Fourth Sunday of Lent
March 18, 2012
Parish Ofﬁce Churches:
809 Park Ave, St. John: 809 Park Ave, Collingswood
Collingswood, NJ 08108 Holy Saviour: 50 Emerald Ave, Westmont
Fax: 856-858-2796 Mass Schedule
Website: www.blessedteresanj.org Saturday: 5:00 PM Holy Saviour
Ofﬁce Hours Sunday: 8:00 AM Holy Saviour
Monday-Friday 8:30AM -4:45PM 10:00 AM Holy Saviour
Closed between 12-1PM for lunch. (Mass celebrated in American Sign Language)
9:30 AM: St. John
Faith Formation Ofﬁce 856-858-4737 11:00 AM: St. John
6:00PM: St. John
Good Shepherd Regional Mon-Fri: 9:00 AM St. John
www.goodshepherdcollingswood.org Saturday 4-4:30 PM Holy Saviour Church
Welcome to Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Parish!
e are pleased to have you share in this Baptisms: celebrated every second and fourth Sunday
celebration of the Eucharist. If you do of the month at 12:30 PM in St. John’s Church. We also
not have a parish home, we invite you encourage parents to have their children baptized during
to become part of our parish family and 5PM or 11 AM Mass. Contact the Parish Ofﬁce to make
become fully involved in our life of prayer, education, arrangements. Parents are to attend a Preparation Class
service and community. before the Baptism. Classes are on the last Thursday of
every other month at 7:30 PM in the McLaughlin Hall.
Registration: We invite all parishioners to register with the
Parish. Registration helps us to serve you when issuing letters
in connection with sponsorship of Baptism, Conﬁrmation or Anointing of the Sick: In case of serious illness or advanced
Matrimony, and also for letters of reference. Kindly notify age please call the priests. For hospital cases, contact the
the rectory if your address changes. hospital Chaplain. Notify the ofﬁce as well so a priest may
Marriage: Those who are preparing for marriage should
contact the Parish Ofﬁce to speak with a priest approximately Pastoral Care: Please call the parish ofﬁce to have
one year before the wedding. Communion brought to an ill or homebound family member.
‘The fruit of silence is prayer, the fruit of prayer is faith, the fruit of faith is love,
the fruit of love is service, the fruit of service is peace.’ Blessed Teresa of Calcutta
Fourth Sunday of Lent - March 18, 2012
BLESSED TERESA Electronic Giving
OF CALCUTTA PARISH Through a partnership with Parish Giving, parishioners at
Staff BTC are able to make their offerings on line. There are
Rev. John Bohrer Administrator many advantages to this contribution method – it’s simple,
Rev. Dominic Mtenga Ngayaku In Residence secure, convenient, and “green”!
Rev. Albert Harshaw In Residence Its easy to enroll in Electronic Giving. Just go to
James Rocks Permanent Deacon our website www.blessedteresanj.org & follow the Parish
Sr. Claire Mc Nichol, S.S.J. Pastoral Associate Giving Logo. By contributing electronically, the parish will
Patricia Lipperini Faith Formation Director have the benefit of stable monthly contributions and achieve
Marge Gunning Director of Music a significant reduction in administrative costs. Keep in mind
Cheryl Venafra Administrative Assistant that you can always use your credit card to receive rewards.
Arlene Williams Administrative Assistant
Anna Callaghan Bookkeeper If you still need assistance contact our bookkeeper, Anna
Don Bowker Maintenance Callaghan on Mondays or Wednesdays at 856-858-0298,
Dave Venella Maintenance Ext. 15.
Kate Slosar ` Deaf Ministry
Sr. Bonnie McMenamin, S.S.J. Deaf Ministry Director Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Parish Tithing
Collection 3/11: $12,700
Good Shepherd Regional School Thank you for your continued generosity to our collec-
Donald Garecht School Principal tion which covers our parish operating expenses.
Ellen Bowker School Secretary
Diane Gallagher Advancement Director
The Third Sunday of Lent
Today we celebrate the first scrutiny in
House of Charity - Bishop’s Annual Appeal preparation for the baptism of the catechu-
This weekend, March. 3 & 4 will be the opening weekend of mens who are to be admitted to the sacra-
the House of Charity. We have already received $46,225, ments of Christian initiation at the Easter
36 1/2% of our goal of $126,300 from 166 family contribu- Vigil. The Gospel presents Jesus’ encoun-
tions. When a parish reaches it goal 10% is returned to the ter with the Samarian woman at the well.
parish for local charitable needs. Last year we reached about Because Jesus describes faith as a spring of
85% of our goal. Please consider what sacrificial gift you will water welling up to eternal life, the baptismal image of water
make to help continue the mission of the Church here in the is prominent throughout today’s scriptures and other prayers.
Diocese of Camden. As we begin this liturgy, let us implore the Lord to fulfill his
promise to pour clean water upon us to cleanse us from all our
impurities and renew within us his spirit of holiness.
Blessed Teresa of Calcutta The Beautiful Gift of Light
2012 Easter Services The Sanctuary Light burns seven days a week,
every week of the year before the Blessed Sacra-
Regional Penance Service ment. If you would like this candle to burn in
Wednesday, March 28 - 7:30 PM St. John Church memory of a loved one, e.g. a birthday, anniver-
sary of death, wedding anniversary, or any spe-
Confessions cial occasion, please call our parish office. The
Monday, April 2, 4-5 PM Holy Saviour Church name of the person to be remembered and the
7-8 PM, St. John Church donor will be published weekly in our bulletin. The suggest-
Holy Thursday, April 5 ed offering is $25.00.
7:00 PM (SJ) Mass of the Lord’s Supper
ST. JOSEPH’S DAY
Good Friday, April 6
The Sisters of St. Joseph will be present at
3:00 PM (SJ) Liturgy and Holy Communion
the 9am Mass on March 19th. Each year on
7:00 PM (HS) Taize/Prayer Around the Cross
the feast of St. Joseph the sisters renew their
Holy Saturday, April 7 vows of chastity, poverty and obedience as a
8:00 PM (SJ) Easter Vigil reminder of their consecration as women
religious. When possible the sisters share
Easter Sunday Masses, April 8 this renewal of vows at Mass. The four Sis-
8:00 AM (HS), 9:30 AM (SJ) ters of St. Joseph living at Holy Saviour Convent are grateful
11:00 AM (SJ) & 12:30 PM (SJ) to share the renewal of their vows with the parish community.
Fourth Sunday of Lent - March 18, 2012
Lectors/Extraordinary Ministers/Altar Servers
March 24-25, 2012
Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Times
5:00 Charlton Bergbauer, Pearce, Truran, SUNDAY, MARCH 18, 2012
Whitman Planich, Sandone 8:00 AM Parishioners of Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Parish
8:00 Gilligan Kernan, Mehmet, 9:30 AM George Maier, Jr. req His Family
CBlumenstein MBlumenstein, Howitz Gilda Woods req Frank Fiore
9:30 McClintock Shea, Wills, Coutinho, 11:00 AM Ben Waryga req His wife Rita
Lamberto P&MDunn, Rinier 6:00 PM Jennie Samela Salvino eq Tom &Jill Salvino
11:00 Wiener S&KRauch, KEsposito, Haigh,
Evangelista Wackerlie, RHensler MONDAY, MARCH 19, 2012
6:00 Patterson Post, Heulings, 7:00 AM The Parishioners of Blessed Teresa of Calcutta
Buehler Alfano, Kurkian 9:00 AM Joseph & Josephine Ferrante req Anne Ferrante
5:00 Locantore, Locantore 8:00 Cona, Tiberi TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 2012
9:30 Dunn, Lamberto 11:00 Cerceo, Evangelista 7:00 AM (HS) Lois Dwyer req Paul & Jacqui Gilligan
6:00 Volunteer 9:00 AM (SJ) Jane Kolongowski req Kevin Gargin
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 2012
7:00 AM (HS) Walter Burnes req The McCormicks
Prayers Of The Parish 9:00 AM (SJ) Rita McGuigan req The Family
Pray the Rosary - Please consider joining other parishioners
in praying the Rosary. We have many needs for which to THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 2012
pray, especially our families and those who are sick. 7:00 AM (HS) The Parishioners of Blessed Teresa of Calcutta
9:00 AM (SJ) Walter Burnes req Mr. & Mrs. James Casimir
The Rosary is prayed:
FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 2012
Every Monday at 7 PM at Holy Saviour Church. 7:00 AM (HS) The Parishioners of Blessed Teresa of Calcutta
Mon., Wed. & Fri. after 9:00 AM Mass at St. John’s. 9:00 AM (SJ) The Parishioners of Blessed Teresa of Calcutta
Morning Prayer: Tuesdays & Thursdays
at St. John’s after the 9:00 AM Mass SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 2012
5:00 PM Keith Campbell req Russ & Ellen
Eucharistic Adoration - All day Eucharistic Adoration will SUNDAY, MARCH 25, 2012
take place on Mondays from 10:00 AM till 7:00 PM at our 8:00 AM John & Marian Mullins req The Family
Holy Saviour site. The Rosary will be recited from 7:00 till 9:30 AM Thomas Skalko req The Gargin Familiy
8:00 PM. Feel free to stop in for some quite time before the Joan Klevenz req The Family
Blessed Sacrament. Invite a friend to join you. 11:00 AM Kathryn Parker req Kathleen Mulcahey
6:00 PM Walter Burnes req The Forchione Family
Mass Intentions - There are Mass intentions available for
weekday Masses and weekends for 2012. More than one in- Our Armed Forces Prayer List
tention will be scheduled per mass. Please contact the parish Please keep these loved ones currently serving in
Office to the schedule a Mass. The suggested donation for our Armed Forces in your prayers: Brian Colli-
Mass is $15 for an announced Mass and $10 for an unan- gon, John Flanagan, Col. Mark Migaleddi, Lucas
nounced Mass. Leadem, OSN/USN, Prv 1st Class Steven Hartnett, Jonathan
Frazier USCG, Ryan Frazier USCG, Sgt. Christopher Cafaro,
Low Gluten Communion Hosts - For those with gluten in- US Army, Austin Hall, 1st Class, Air Force, Gregory
tolerance--we are happy to offer you a low gluten altar bread. Schaeffer, Jr. US Army, PVT Brandon Cates, Major John J.
Please contact the rectory if you would like to receive com- Billings, US Army, AOAA Joseph B. Shaw, Jr., USN, Eddie
munion with the low gluten bread. Orr, US Army, Antonia Gennetta, US Army, Tom Hamilton,
US Army, Tommy Carey. We ask anyone who has someone
Sacristan Ministry serving in the Armed Forces to call the rectory at 858-4737.
Sacristans are being trained for each of our Masses. A sacris- BEEF AND BEER
tan sets up the vessels, linens and books for Mass. This min- For Sandy (Bowker) Peterof-Daughter of Ellen & Don Bowk-
istry assists the priest as he prepares for Mass. If you are in- er on Sat., March 24 from 6-10PM at Good Shepherd
terested in being trained as sacristan please contact S. Claire – School Cafeteria. There will be Basket Raffles, 50/50, door
email@example.com prize, DJ, Catered (BYOB welcome). Ticket Donations, $30
Single, $50 Couple. All donations accepted—Monetary or
NOTE: There will be no Baptisms during Lent. items for raffle baskets. Call Sindy Hoban 609-969-1235,
Lisanne Quaranta 856-858-3688, Ellen Bowker 856-685-9021
Fourth Sunday of Lent - March 18, 2012
Stations of the Cross
Friday March 23 Elementary & Jr. High
Everyone’s Way of The Cross
Led by BTC Men’s Club Faith Formation
at 7PM in St. John’s Church Classes schedule:
Sundays 9:30-10:45 AM: Grades K-8
Scripture Sharing Classes on March 18. 25
Scripture Sharing is a wonderful way to enter into the beauty Tuesdays 3:30-4:45 PM: Grades K-5
of our Sacred Scripture and to discover how God’s word is Classes on March 20, 27
speaking to your life. We meet on Thursday mornings at Tuesdays 7-8:30 PM: Grades 6-8
10AM in the Parish Center to read, reflect and discuss the Classes on March 20, 27
coming Sunday readings. We have good conversation and
good coffee too! All are welcome. Come when you can!
7th Grade: March 21
Parish Library 7PM in the school cafeteria
Blessed Teresa of Calcutta has a lending library for books on 2nd Grade: Saturday March 24: 10-12PM
prayer, spirituality, bible studies, church history and many In the school cafeteria
other fine topics relating to our Catholic life. It is open every 8th Grade: Sunday March 25 2-7PM
Sunday morning and every weekday morning after mass, with In the school cafeteria
self serve take out. If you would like to volunteer to help re-
organize the library, please call 858-4737.
Children’s Living Stations
New Altar Server Training
We invite all those 4th grade and older to become an altar Practices:
server here at Blessed Teresa. We will have four training Wednesdays: March 21, 28 from 3:30-4:45
sessions: in St. John’s Church.
Thursdays March 22 & 29 *************************************************
Thursdays April 19 & 26
The first session will be in St. John’s Church. A Weekly Hour of Prayer
Call Mrs. Lipperini for a registration form. 858-4737.
Praying for our Needs
Reserve your seat at our We all know the burden of needs we hold in our hearts. We
Parish Seder Meal long for physical or emotional healing for our families or
friends, resolution of a financial or employment crisis, safe
environments for our children, a world of peace for everyone.
Sunday April 1 at 4PM During Lent, our parish will carve out a space for prayer each
Good Shepherd Cafeteria Wednesday from 6-7PM in St. John’s Church. During this
Call 858-4737 for reservations Holy Hour, we will have exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
and silent prayer. We invite you to stop by and experience
by March 28. the peace of God’s holy presence.
Cost is $10 for adults
and children over 10.
♦ There will be a brief planning meeting I am a debtor exceedingly to God, who granted me
for anyone interested in helping with the such great grace that many peoples through me
Seder. The meeting will be on should be regenerated to God and afterwards
Tuesday March 27, 7:30 PM confirmed, and the clergy should everywhere be
ordained from them for a people newly come to belief.
in the school cafeteria. St. Patrick
Fourth Sunday of Lent - March 18, 2012
Parish Ministries To everything there is a season and a time for every
purpose under heaven…
“Taking the five loaves and the two fish, and “…a time to be born…”
looking up to heaven, Jesus said the blessing over them, broke
them, and gave them to the disciples to set before the crowd” “…a time to be healed…”
Luke 9:16 Marie Anderson, Maureen Anderson, Vincenzo Angelucci, Michael
Arizzi, Nancy Barone, Pearl Barry, Rita Briggs, Rosemarie Celino,
Lent and fish always seem to go together. But did you
Carol Cerasi, John Colangelo, Lillian Deal, Nicholas DeLaurentis,
know that the American Heart Association recommends eating Rose DeMelio, Paul Dickel, Jennie DiGiandomenico, Helen
a serving of fish (Particularly fatty fish) at least two times a Downs, Thomas Durkins, Danny Ebert, Rose Gianetti, Dorothy
week throughout the year. That is because fish is a good source Goldstein, Mary Grande, Tina Guerriero, Marion Joan Holmes,
of Omega-3 fatty acids that benefit the heart of healthy men Sister Eucharista Johnson,
and women. Dietary Omega-3 decreases triglyceride levels, Catherine Joseph, Philip Kennerly, Mary & Sue Krein, James
slows artery plaque formation, & lowers blood pressure Landsness, Christopher Lang, Tom Leonard, Michael Liss, Joseph
(slightly). So when shopping for your Friday fish, think fatty & Elsie Lyons, Thomas Madden, Jackie Maddison, Sophia Manci-
fish like salmon, herring, anchovies, freshwater or lake trout, nelli, Christine Marshall, Terry Martinez, Ethan Mattaliano, Betsy
McVeigh, LaVella Miller, Marie Miller, Paulie Minimi,
sardines, and Pollock which are high in omega-3 fatty acids and
Peg Moran, Kim Morris, Jaycee Park, Kathy Parry, John Perrina,
low in mercury levels & enjoy fish baked or grilled, not fried. Denise Peters, Vera Robinson, Eve & Henry Roth, Rebecca
Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Malvern Retreat, May 17th Sanders, John Scattergood, Christopher Schafer, Joe Scibilia, Karen
Scola, Thomas Shannon, Madalaine Anniyah Siner, Lisa Siner,
Come to Malvern and deepen your relationship with Jesus and
Madalaine Smart, Brogan Patrick Strauss, Ed Tayoun, Edward
His Mother Mary! The retreat will be on Ascension Thurs- Tobin, Michael Travis, Joe Trongone, Alex Vance, Margaret
day, May 17, 2012 from 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM. The cost is $50 Vasile, Bill Walton, Tyler Walton, Sal Wise, Theresa Wood and all
which includes Bus, Coffee/Danish and Hot Lunch. The day parishioners who are in nursing homes.
includes Mass, Reconciliation, Conferences, Rosary, Beautiful
Grounds and Shrines. The retreat is open to all (a deposit of “…a time to die…”
$25 is required). For more information please contact Brigid Victoria Crognale
Kernan 854-1959 or Pat Houghkirk 858-9327. Lawrence H. O’Brien
New Visions Luncheon Sat., March 24 -Volunteers Needed!
The Social Justice Ministry will once again be holding a “…and a time of peace…” Ecclesiastes 3:11
luncheon for the New Visions Day Shelter in Camden. This
shelter provides breakfast and lunch and a warm place to stay
during the day for those in Camden who need this assistance.
We are asking for volunteers from our parish to make the Dear Parishioners:
food for this event. There are sign up sheets in the back of each Our Recy Cool Club’s recycle pro-
church starting this weekend and pans to use to make the food. gram is going very well at school.
The menu is prepared so all we ask is that you check off the We have already collected 549
food that you will be making and we will collect this food on pounds of paper and cardboard.
Thursday, March 22nd at 6 PM at the Holy Saviour Cam-
pus in McDaid Hall. Monetary donations are also welcomed Now it’s time to begin work in another area. Our goal is to
to help purchase paper, products, table cloths, etc to be used accelerate our ink cartridge collection which will earn money
during the luncheon. Checks can be made out to BTC Parish for the Recy Cool Club and reuse old ink cartridges. Did you
with a note that it is for the New Visions luncheon. If you have know that for every ink cartridge turned in to Good Shepherd
questions or would like to serve at the luncheon please call Jim School that we will earn cash? Please drop off your old print-
& Mickey at (856) 858-5484. er ink cartridges at the back of the Church and we’ll do the
Social Justice Ministry
Sunday Afternoon Movie—Modern Day Saints—March Also, please consider your place of employment. Print Again
18th at 2 PM in McLaughlin Hall. The movie will feature the Inc. will come to your work place, pick up the used cartridges
life of Dorothy Day, an early 20th century convert to and pay Good Shepherd. All you have to do is call them at
Catholicism who founded the newspaper Daily Worker. All are 609-634-6408 and tell them the money is for Good Shepherd
invited to enjoy an afternoon of entertainment, discussion and School in Collingswood. That’s a win / win for everyone.
lots of popcorn. For more information contact Mickey & Jim
So help us kick our recycle program into over drive and help
us to reuse your old ink cartridges.
The Jetsetters meeting on March 19th will begin with lunch at
Cole Maher, Joe Yankanich, Dan Walton & Travis Finley
Noon in McDaid Hall. Sister Dorothy will be the guest speak-
er. It will be a lovely way to celebrate St. Joseph Day. 0527—BTC
Fourth Sunday of Lent - March 18, 2012
From the Office of Ministry With the Deaf and Persons
“There are many people who can do big things, but there are
very few people who will do the small things.” Mother Tere-
sa Her Essential Wisdom Can you do something small for
Jesus this week. Remember, when you do something for your
neighbor, you are doing something for Jesus. Lenten Bless-
ings! Dear Faculty & Students of GSS
Thank you so much for your support of my mission trip to
Sign Language Classes: “Lift up Holy Hands” and learn to Tanzania this summer! I cannot describe how excited I was
sign…classes are being offered every Tuesday morning from when my Dad dropped off all of the baby formula at the Cath-
10:00 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. in McDaid Hall. In the evenings olic Center at Rutgers! In the basement, we have a section
on the 1st, 3rd and 4th Tuesday of the month (no class on 2nd devoted to supplies for Tanzania including bikes, school sup-
Tuesday) **Beginner’s sign class: 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.*** 2nd plies, donated computers, and now all of your baby formula! I
Year class 7:00 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. in McDaid Hall or up- kept one box in my dorm room for now so I can remember
your generosity and keep you all in my prayers. It truly means
stairs meeting room...new location! so much to me to have your support!
For info on sign classes, contact: Kate Slosar at I am truly blessed to have received such wonderful and
firstname.lastname@example.org It is never too late to join us! lasting Catholic and academic formation from this school, and
I cannot describe how appreciative I am to all who are so
Up-coming events in the Deaf Community /Persons with devoted to Catholic education, especially those at GSS!!
Disabilities: Thank you again for your generosity, support and prayers!
I am so blessed to be connected with all of you at Good
Shepherd School! Thank you also to the Third Grade class
Every Sunday: Faith Formation Classes for Deaf Children
and Miss Mascio for your collection for my mission.
and their siblings. 8:50 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. If you know of a Together, we are working to serve those who need our hope,
Deaf child or a hearing child of Deaf parents that would like all the way in Africa! Thank you for joining me in this mis-
to join our program, please contact Kate at sion of hope! God bless you and have a blessed Lent,
email@example.com ……Veronica Carolfi ‘06
On the Sundays in March, The children in the Faith For- GSS “Students of the Month”
mation Program of Ministry With the Deaf will be collecting
food for our poor sisters and brothers, as well as, food for our
January & February
“furry friends”...cats and dogs. All donations will be given to
The following students were chosen by their teachers.
agencies that serve in and around the city of Camden. We
These students excel in one or more of the
thank you in advance for your generosity and your good ex-
following categories: marked improvement in
ample to our children.
academics, character, service or spirituality.
Preschool: Julian Young & Abby Clapper
Wednesday, March 21st 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. “People of Elizabeth O’Donnell & Declan Figueroa
Praise” Prayer and Social for persons with disabilities, their K: Sophia Mas & Jaydah Powell
family and caretakers. St. John of God Community Services, 1: Anna Kain & Victoria Bingham
1145 Delsea Drive, Westville Grove, NJ. All are welcome. 2: Anthony Cavone & Mariam Mgrdichian
For more info contact Sister Bonnie Emily McAllister & Cecilia Mendez
Saturday, March 24th: “2nd Annual DeaFest” 9:00 a.m to 3: Cheyenne Bruce & Vick Liu
5:00 p.m. St. John Neumann Center, Piscataway, NJ. For 4: Bailey Chard & Marissa Waters
more info contact Kate. 5: Dan Walton & Stephanie Gabris
6: Shannon McHugh & Elise Chomiczewski
Sunday, March 25th “Faith Fest for Famiiles with Children 7: Noah Haigh & Sammi Calvez
With Special Needs” 10:30 a.m. Mary, Mother of Mercy 8: Nicole Martel-Stamer & Phillip Trieu
Parish, Our Lady of Lourdes, Parish Hall, 500 Greentree Rd., Register NOW for 2012-2013!
Glassboro, NJ. 12:00 noon Inclusion Mass. All are Welcome! Please contact Diane Gallagher 858-1562 or
firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like
Thursday, March 29th “Model Seder Meal” for Persons information on GSS or would like to tour our school.
withDisabilities, their family and caretakers. 6-8 p.m. Registration forms are available on our website
McDaid Hall. For more info, contact Sister Bonnie www.goodshepherdcollingswood,org
In Math, the First Graders will continue to learn about
Monday, March 26th “Music & Movement” 6:00 p.m. to money. The students will be able to identify and count
7:00 p.m. This fun event is for persons with disabilities who groups of pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters.
desire to “feel the rhythm of life” The class will take place on They will also be working on identifying equal groups
six Monday evenings during Feb. March and April. of money. They will be able to create different ways to
There is a small fee for this class. For more info: contact show how to make a dollar. The first grade students will
Joanne Shea at email@example.com solve math stories about money. They will also add and
subtract groups of money.
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