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St. Aloysius Parish Mission Statement

St. Aloysius Parish is a Roman Catholic community dedicated to celebrating the life and word of Jesus Christ.

All are welcome to deepen their spiritual and personal lives through active participation in weekly Liturgy, the

celebration of the Sacraments, Parish ministries and community activities. Acknowledging our incompleteness

and our need for God’s grace, we commit ourselves, through Baptism, to responding to God’s call to become and

grow as disciples of Jesus Christ in our time. Jesus Christ is at the center of all of our lives.

Saint Aloysius Church

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June 26, 2016



the Week

SATURDAY, JUNE 25 Vigil: (Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time)

5:30 pm-Michael A. Inglesino by Judy & Mike Ingelsino

SUNDAY, JUNE 26 (Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time)

7:30 am-Parish Family

9:00 am-Paul Somoracki by Barbara Gannon

10:30 am-Caroline & Charlie Van De Mark by Mom &


12:00 noon-Grace Suppa by Daughters

5:00 pm-Philip Aster by Francine & Amanda Aster

7:00 pm-Barbara Scurko by Pierce Family

MONDAY, JUNE 27 (Weekday)

6:45 am-Living Members of DaSilva Family by Mother

8:00 am-Joe Garvey by Wife

12:00 noon-Anna Federieo by Gaetano Pace and Family TUESDAY, JUNE 28 (Saint Irenaeus, Bishop and Martyr)

6:45 am-Jim & Mary McHugh by Frank & Dina Sciacca &


8:00 am-Thomas Gazzola by Mary Comer

12:00 noon-Nancy Jarvis by Lois Caruso WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29 (Saints Peter and Paul, Apostles)

6:45 am-Giuseppe Bubbico by Christina Canonaco

8:00 am-Beatrice Borbone by Rosanne Pallino

12:00 noon-Frank & Ann Glasl by Rosemarie McGovern THURSDAY, JUNE 30 (Weekday)

6:45 am-Mary Rizzuli by Francine Aster

8:00 am-Ryan Shaw by Mary & John Harner

12:00 noon-Joseph & Mary Mulhall by Family

FRIDAY, JULY 1 (Weekday)

6:45 am-Marguerite Rotella by Francine Aster

8:00 am-Lucy Testa by Viola Carbone

SATURDAY, JULY 2 (Weekday)

6:45 am-Bill Duffy by Eleanor & Cathy

8:00 am-Parish Memorial Mass

5:30 pm-Joseph Del Guercio, Jr. by Mom & Dad

SUNDAY, JULY 3 (Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time)

7:30 am-Parish Family

9:00 am-Mary McFadden by Family

10:30 am-Emil Addesa by Family

12:00 noon-Edward Drury by Marjule

5:00 pm-Philip Aster by Francine & Amanda Aster

7:00 pm-Regina Mergner by Joan Kennedy

Memorial Mass Joseph C. DeVincentis, Margaret Hauptvogel,

Dolores McCarthy, Msgr. Benjamin A. Piazza,

Betty Pimblott, William & Mary Pimblott, Katherine Stucy.

THIS WEEK THE SANCTUARY LIGHT IS: In Memory of Gary Petrolle by Tony & Jelsa Belotta.


CABRINI, SAINT KATERI TEKAKWITHA: 1. Special Intention for Peace and Mercy.

ST. JUDE, ST. ALOYSIUS, ST. PATRICK: 1. Special Intention for Victims of Violence in the World.


Mondays 12:30 pm to 8:00 pm

Come and spend some time with our Lord.

Novena - Monday evenings

at 7:30 pm

Our last 12 Noon Mass will

be Thursday June 30th.

Noon Mass will resume

on September 6th.

Votive Lights for Sanctuary and Shrines

Arrangements may be made in person

at the Rectory, Mon. to Fri., 9:00 to 5:00.

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June 26, 2016

The Ministry of Prayer “To everything there is a season,

and a time for every purpose

under heaven.” (Ecclesiastes 3:11)

“.…A time to be healed….” Sick list: Sister Mary Thomas Aussem, Bob Beck, Haley Bergin, Mary Binsfeld, John Bryer, Lorraine Callanan, Cosmo Canestri, Jeanette Chrissafis, Mary Comer, Jane Conover, Bill Cook, Anne Cordasco, Faith Costabile, Castano, Meghan Crane, Diane Cusic, Joseph Cusic, Gary Davila, Lorraine Delezenski, Frank Desiderio, Sophie Donahue, Ray Dowling, June Dwyer, John Dzitko, Sr., Galen Edie, Nick Edie, Renee Exelbert, Nick Fano, George Fey, Ted Fisher, Rich Foster, Albert K. Fox, Carol Lee Gade, Joanne Galinis, Brian Ganton, Sr., Michael A. Giglio, Sr., Jennifer Gilman, Maria Giovine, Alex Grizzetti, Ambrose Grizzetti, Sharon Grosso, Lucy Harris, Cihan Hazer, Barbara Hellstern, Hilda Hencinski, John Hubach, Karen Jones, Betty Kapchus, Jimmy Karpinski, Kelly Kearney, Shannon Kelly, Rev. K. Kowalski (Kazimierz), Alana Lally, Dolores Latesta, Molly Linde, Gary Madera, Barbara Maran, Brian Martin, Donald Moglia, Cynthia Morelli, Pat Mullany, Andy Napolitano, John Natale, Sadie Newsome, Charles O’Connell, Diane O’Connor, Lucy Patania, Louise Peterson, Catherine Petrallia, Genevieve Pfeiffer, Peter Pirrello, Lori Pratt, Judy Prebyzerski, Heather Puff, Donald Quinn, Richard Quinn, Maria Reynoso, Mary Ann Ronga, Bonnie Rowan, Marie Rowe, Mildred Ruth, Anthony Sannito, Norbert Sax, Rosemary Scott, Giovanni Sereno, Salvatore Sereno, Veronica Serio, Thomas F. Sheelen, Louis Signoretto, Marie Stickelberger, Billy Taylor, Danny Taylor, Marie Toohey, James Tressito, Janice Lynn Tressito, Joseph Tressito, Bernadette Twomey, Paula Ummarino, Thomas Warning, Cassandra Warshowsky, Lenard Wojtala.

“.…A time to die….” Deceased: Arturo Del Vecchio, Avi Edelson, Florence Mastrianno.

“.…A time to love….” Newly Married: Carl F. Begonia & Ingrid Carolina Garcia.

“..A time for war & a time for peace..”

For national and world leaders and for

those in the armed services, especially Michael W. Beier, Thomas L. Comer, Brian Feddeler, Jason Garrison, Jared Hoholic, Michael C. Howley, Joseph

Robert Hyer, Katherine Comer Irish, Michael McHugh, Beckie Piela, Michael Piela, Rose Poyourow, Stasia

Rogacki, Stephen Rogacki, Anthony Salerno, David G.

Testa, Joseph Venutolo, Peter C. Wojtal. Amen Take this list home with you and use it in your daily prayers.

Collection for weekend of June 18th & 19th

First Collection: $ 9,493.00

Archdiocesan Assessment: $ 2,927.00

to Saint Aloysius Fr. Juan Jose Esteban † † † † † † † † † † † † †

We recently welcomed to St. Aloysius Parish:

The Ayuso Family, Richard and Elizabeth

Badolato, and Doug Lauerman.

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Dear Parishioners of St. Aloysius Parish,

I truly enjoyed the celebration of my 50th ordination of the Priesthood and fifty years of service at St. Aloysius on Sunday, June 5, 2016.

It was a most humbling experience to be surrounded by so many of my parishioners, friends and family at the Mass and reception. I realize everyone could not attend and I appreciate your kind words.

I thank everyone for their generosity in coordinating all the arrangements, volunteering your services and your cards and generous gifts which have been donated to Trinity Academy.

I tried to thank everyone personally but some addresses I just could not locate. I am happy to tell you that you contributed over $5,000.00 to the students of Trinity Academy. I assure you that this will be of big help to the school.

Please be assured of my gratitude, love, best wishes and prayers to Msgr. Michael Desmond and the entire parish for joining with me in celebration.


Rev. Msgr. Michael E. Kelly

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June 26, 2016

Dear Parishioner,

In today’s second reading from his letter to the Galatians,

Saint Paul writes:

For freedom Christ set us free;

so stand firm and do not submit again to the yoke of


For you were called for freedom, brothers and sisters.

But do not use this freedom

as an opportunity for the flesh;

rather, serve one another through love.

For the whole law is fulfilled in one statement,

namely, You shall love your neighbor as yourself.

How blessed we are to be able to enjoy this freedom

through Christ. Yet circ*mstances in our society make this

difficult for many people. This year, the United States

Conference of Catholic Bishops has dedicated June 21 to

July 4 as “Fortnight for Freedom: 2016 – Witnesses to

Freedom.” Please read these excerpts from Our First, Most

Cherished Liberty: A Statement on Religious Liberty from

the USCCB’s Ad Hoc Committee on Religious Liberty.

We are Catholics. We are Americans. We are proud to be

both, grateful for the gift of faith which is ours as Christian

disciples, and grateful for the gift of liberty which is ours as

American citizens. To be Catholic and American should

mean not having to choose one over the other. Our

allegiances are distinct, but they need not be contradictory,

and should instead be complementary. That is the teaching

of our Catholic faith, which obliges us to work together

with fellow citizens for the common good of all who live in

this land. That is the vision of our founding and our

Constitution, which guarantees citizens of all religious

faiths the right to contribute to our common life together.

We need, therefore, to speak frankly with each other when

our freedoms are threatened. Now is such a time. As

Catholic bishops and American citizens, we address an

urgent summons to our fellow Catholics and fellow

Americans to be on guard, for religious liberty is under

attack, both at home and abroad.

Religious liberty is not only about our ability to go to Mass

on Sunday or pray the Rosary at home. It is about whether

we can make our contribution to the common good of all

Americans. Can we do the good works our faith calls us to

do, without having to compromise that very same faith?

Without religious liberty properly understood, all

Americans suffer, deprived of the essential contribution in

education, health care, feeding the hungry, civil rights, and

social services that religious Americans make every day,

both here at home and overseas.

What is at stake is whether America will continue to have a

free, creative, and robust civil society—or whether the state

alone will determine who gets to contribute to the

Sunday, June 26

9:00 am CLOW

1:30 pm Baptisms

Monday, June 27

9:00 am to Noon Vacation Bible Camp Gym

12:30 - 8 pm Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament

7:30 pm Novena

Tuesday, June 28

9:00 am to Noon Vacation Bible Camp Gym

Wednesday, June 29

9:00 am to Noon Vacation Bible Camp

7:30 pm Spanish Prayer Group CH Gym

Thursday, June 30 9:00 am to Noon Vacation Bible Camp Gym

7:00 pm St. Al’s Book Club PC

Friday, July 1

9:00 am to Noon Vacation Bible Camp Gym

Saturday, July 2

1:00 - 2:00 pm Confessions in church; and

confessions after 5:30 pm Mass in church

common good, and how they get to do it. Religious

believers are part of American civil society, which includes

neighbors helping each other, community associations,

fraternal service clubs, sports leagues, and youth groups.

All these Americans make their contribution to our common

life, and they do not need the permission of the government

to do so. Restrictions on religious liberty are an attack on

civil society and the American genius for voluntary


This is not a Catholic issue. This is not a Jewish issue. This

is not an Orthodox, Mormon, or Muslim issue. It is an

American issue.

Let us dedicate our prayers this week to promoting religious

freedom, strengthening those around the country and

around the world working for this freedom and bringing

comfort and hope to those suffering from religious


In Christian Service,

Jacqueline Alworth

Pastoral Associate for Faith Formation

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We would like to invite you to become part of the

LIVING ROSARY. This activity was started at Saint Aloysius Parish a number of years ago as a means of joining our prayers together to pray for peace in our country and for all our special intentions. It is also in response to people’s needs for greater spiritual growth. At this time we have several teams of 5 members each participating in our living rosary. It is a power house of prayer!

This activity may be taken on by anyone. Families can participate, the home bound can become part of the Living Rosary; persons on their way to work can

join also. There are no meetings to attend.

What is necessary to become part of the Living Rosary is a commitment to say one decade of the Rosary each day. You then become a member of a team who together says the entire rosary each day. It is said for the intentions of those members comprising the Living Rosary and for the specific and special intentions of our parish. It can be done at home, in the car, on the train, and any time of your day.

The Rosary has been used for centuries for world peace, against the heresy of the times, during the Nazi occupation of Poland and at many other times. This is a simple devotion, parish oriented, that demands little of its members and produces great spiritual results.

If you are interested in becoming a member of the LIVING ROSARY. Please fill out the form below and put it in the collection basket, drop it off at the rectory or the parish center, or call Sister Justine at 973-226-0209 x 6 or e-mail me at [emailprotected]. We will then contact you to coordinate the groups and mysteries of the Rosary.

I am interested in becoming a member of the Living


Name ________________________________________



June 26, 2016

Mission Appeal: June 25th and 26th

My dear brothers and sisters, this weekend we

are happy to welcome Sister Lisa Valentini, MSC

– a Missionary Sister of the Most Sacred Heart

of Jesus – who has come to share with us here at

St. Aloysius Parish about the Mission endeavors

of her Sisters. Sister Lisa’s Congregation was

founded as a Missionary Order in the year 1900

– and at the moment there are 735 MSC Sisters

serving Our Lord by spreading the Good News in

22 Countries around the world. Sister Lisa has

been a missionary for over 30 years – and is very

happy to be able to share with us about the

ministry of her sisters and about her own

missionary experiences in Perú, Mexico, Haiti and

the Dominican Republic. Today’s 2nd collection

will give us a unique and blessed opportunity to

be a part of the work of the MSC Sisters. I

know you will be very generous – because you

always are. Thank you and God bless you.

Twice a year, the prayer list for the SICK in the bulletin will begin anew. If you wish to have a loved one prayed for, please call the rectory before July 11th. All names will be removed after that time unless a new request is made. Thank you.

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Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)



Has expressed an interest in becoming Catholic?

Has a child over the age of seven who has not been


Was baptized Catholic as a child, but has not

celebrated the Sacraments of Confirmation or


We offer an opportunity to come together in a small

group to learn more about your faith.

Sessions focus on the teachings and experience of

Church and prepare individuals to celebrate the

Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, and Eucharist

during the Easter season. You are welcome to

participate in the process with your questions, your

insights and your faith story in a warm, accepting

setting. For information, please contact Sister Alice.

(973-226-0209 X30; [emailprotected])


Saturday Evening: 5:30 pm Sunday: 7:30, 9:00, 10:30 am,

12:00 noon, 5 pm (Spanish) & 7 pm

Weekdays: 6:45 am, 8:00 am, 12:00 noon

Saturdays & Summer Weekdays: 6:45 & 8:00 am

Miraculous Medal Novena: Monday, 7:30 pm

Eucharistic Adoration: Monday, 12:30 pm – 7:30 pm


Rev. Msgr. Michael J. Desmond – Pastor

Rev. Edinson E. Ramirez - Parochial Vicar

Rev. Juan Jose Esteban - Parochial Vicar

Rev. Msgr. Michael E. Kelly – Weekend Assistant

Jackie Alworth & Ed Karpinski - Pastoral Associates for

Faith Formation

Sr. Justine Pinto, O.P. – Pastoral Associate

Sr. Alice Uhl, O.P. – RCIA Coordinator

Joseph J. Wozniak – Organist /Music Director

Linda Graves - Trustee

Dr. Carmine LoMonaco – Trustee

Brian Bambrick - Parish Pastoral Council Pres.

James (Rick) Cahill– Chair, Finance Council

Rectory: 219 Bloomfield Ave, Caldwell NJ 07006

Tel: 973-226-0221 Fax: 973-226-2204


Email: [emailprotected]

Parish Center: 253 Bloomfield Ave, Caldwell NJ

Religious Education & Parish Center Phone Number:

973-226-0209; Fax: 973-226-0923

Jackie Alworth, Rel. Ed. PreK-6th - Ext. 35

Ed Karpinski, Rel. Ed. 7th/8th grade – Ext. 29

Religious Ed Email: [emailprotected]

Social Concerns, Sr. Justine Pinto , O.P. - Ext. 37

RCIA, Sr. Alice Uhl, O.P. – Ext. 30

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Respect Life Crisis/Information

(All calls and emails are confidential)

Crisis Pregnancy Helpline/ 1-888-4 OPTIONS

Post Abortion Healing/ 1-877-HOPE 4 ME

(Rachel’s Vineyard Hotline) Birthright/ 1-800-550-4900

St. Aloysius Book Club Meets on Thursdays at 7 pm

on the first floor of the Parish

Center. The book selection:

June 30th “My Name is Lucy

Barton” by Elizabeth Strout.

July Meeting Cancelled.

As always, Happy Reading.

All are invited for good

conversation & good company.

The Knights are back! Caldwell Council 2561 will be installing its new officers on Tuesday, July 12th at a special 7:30 pm Mass at Saint Aloysius. Grand Knight Gary Bionde and his new team are putting together a busy year of activities focusing on charity, unity and fraternity.

There will be a reception in the Parish Center immediately afterwards. All men in the parish are welcome to join us on July 12th to learn more about what it takes to be a Knight and the Knights’ role in the Church. Our regular meetings are the first Tuesday of every month at 7:30 pm in the Saint Aloysius Parish Center.

June 26, 2016

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