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									                                      MARY, MOTHER OF GOD CHURCH

    Mary, the Holy Mother of God




                                                                FIRST FRIDAY – January 6, 2012, St. Andre Bessette
                                                                 8:15 Father John T. Muthig, Former Associate
                                                                       Deceased Members of the Lambert Family, request
                                                                       of Tess Jordan
                                                                12:00 Deceased Members of the Speth/O’Leary Families,
                                                                       request of Agnes/Dennis O’Leary
                                                                       Souls in Purgatory, request of Nuvia
The shepherds went in haste to Bethlehem and found Mary
and Joseph, and the infant lying in the manger. When they       FIRST SATURDAY – January 7, 2012, St. Raymond of
saw this, they made known the message that had been told                                                    Penyafort
them about this child.                    - Luke 2:16-17         8:15 Ann Casey, request of Tara/John Casey
                                                                       Ken Rigby, request of M/M Jack Murphy

                                                                                   NEXT WEEKEND

                                                                       The Epiphany of the Lord
       DAILY ST. MARY CHAPEL MASSES 
              8:15 a.m. and 12:00 p.m.                          SATURDAY VIGIL MASS (January 7)
                                                                5:00 PM John Mazur, request of the Pilgrim Family
                  Monday to Friday                                     Florindo Mezzacappa, request of wife, Dorothy
           6:30 a.m. Communion Service 
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MONDAY – January 2, 2012, Sts. Basil the Great/Gregory                                                     January 8, 2012
                                              Nazianzen           7:30 Vivian Garro, request of M/M Victor Urgo
 8:15 Paul Bradley, request of Gerry/Karin Duffy                        William Mullen, request of Eleanor Kitzhoffer
      Peter Andolfo, request of Carol/George Bailey               9:00 William Vlaranich, r/o Vlacancich/DeMartino
12:00 Marguerite D. Curti, request of Henry/Pat Carroll                 Families
      Joseph Ahlemeyer, request of the Macrae Family                    Veronica Covello, request of Daughters/Families
                                                                 10:30 Marie Smith, request of Family
TUESDAY – January 3, 2012, The Most Holy Name of Jesus                  Deceased Members of the Corbett/Sarsfield
 8:15 Danny Durino, request of Wife                                     Families, request of Mike/Peggy
      Laurence Gordon, request of Karin/Gerry Duffy             12:00 In Thanksgiving for all Blessings, request of Vatsala
12:00 Souls in Purgatory, request of Irma Laush                         Thomas Walsh, request of Wife/Family
      Norbit Geiger, request of the Casino Family                 5:00 PM Giacomo Rizzo-Cascio, r/o Latman/Kaszuba
                                                                        Families
WEDNESDAY – January 4, 2012, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton                    Patricia Berdell, r/o James/AnnMarie McCarthy
 8:15 John Caraian, request of Goddaughter                              St. Mary Parishioners
      George Miltner, request of Karin/Gerry Duffy
12:00 Michael Patrykowski, r/o Alex/Sharon De Sanctis
      Margaret Simmons, r/o Lenny/Denise Iamundo
                                                                                             
THURSDAY – January 5, 2012, St. John Neumann                    SANCTUARY CANDLE
 8:15 Paul Bradley, request of Sansevere Family                 In Thanksgiving, request of Theall and Rosenberg Family.
      Ruth Corsi, request of Martino Family
12:00 Nancy Keenan, request of Family                           ADORATION CHAPEL CANDLES
      Helen Mary Praskai, r/o Steven Graziano/Rod               In Loving Memory of Gaetano Mirabella, request of
      Halbert                                                   Nicholas and Marie Annunziata.
                                                                Special Intention for Jackie Maddock, request of Colleen
                                                                and Jack.
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                                     Dear Parishioners,




                                     Another New Year is ushered in this weekend; it just seems like hours since
                                     we did this last year. I look back over the past year and I thank God for all of
                                     you who have made our Church such a great place to gather, pray and
                                     worship. Yes, we have gone through some changes in the people who lead us
                                     in prayer and in the way we pray but you have continued to be great signs to
                                     one another and to all of us of the presence of the Holy Spirit among us. You
                                     are such great stewards of the community that all of us make up giving of
                                     yourselves in time, talent and treasure to make it be able to continue to grow.
                                     Even in difficult times, as we have been experiencing, you have journeyed
                                     together supporting one another.

                                     We welcome among us Fr. Juan Pablo from Guatemala. He ministers in our
                                     sister-parish in Sololá and we’re happy as he comes to us from one parish that
                                     lives under the patronage of Our Blessed Mother to ours, as we celebrate
                                     Mary’s feast day under her title as Mother of God. Please introduce yourself
                                     to Fr. Juan Pablo during this weekend. As I shared with you last February – it
                                     was a great privilege for me to join his community in Guatemala for a few
                                     days and it certainly is tremendous that he is able to be with us this weekend.
                                     Twinning is all about relationship in God’s Kingdom and for us to be
                                     twinning with our sister-parish in Sololá is of great spiritual benefit to us as
                                     we are empowered by their prayers and encouraged by their faith. May we
                                     pledge this weekend to continue in supportive prayer for each other and
                                     acknowledge how we can grow in relationship with God as we build
                                     connection with one another here in God’s Kingdom on earth.

                                     The Season of winter is with us and it is time to be on the look out for one
                                     another. If someone lives alone near you try to connect with them and if that
                                     person needs help be aware of what signals they might be giving to you.
                                     Encourage people who live alone to wear medical alert buttons on them at all
                                     times especially during the winter. Our spirit of helpfulness to one another in
                                     our neighborhoods is a wonderful gift and a great way for all to be good
                                     steward towards one another. Oft times during the winter just bringing the
                                     mail to the door might be a tremendous gift for someone who otherwise might
                                     be at risk if they try to get to the mailbox.

                                       The Christmas Season continues to the Feast of the Baptism of Our Lord,
                                       which is on January 9th. Try to keep the Nativity Set in our house
                                       prominently displayed through the end of the Season. Our culture is always
                                       anxious to get on to the next season but as Christmas is such a wonderful
piece of our calendar, let us celebrate it through the Feast of Jesus’ Baptism.

God bless all of you as we begin this New Year. May it be a year of healing and peace to all!
                                                    Fr. Mike
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            “To everything there is a season                              and a time to every purpose under heaven.”
                                                                                                                  Ecclesiastes
. . .a time to be born. . . .

. . .a time to love. . . . . . . .. . . . Shannon Holt and Ralph Ventre



. . .a time to heal. . . . . . . .                                     Carol Haldeman (np), Shaelah Pierson (3rd Grader),
Patricia Welsh (np), Katherine Lamb and Mary Lamb, Daniel Flanagan for the family, grandmother and friends of Baby
Bella, and we ask God to watch over those who are hungry, the homeless, our Country, for all those facing
unemployment, for the people, especially the children in third world countries, for those in Nursing Homes and Rehabs,
all health care providers, for those children with cancer and all those who are dying from cancer, for those that suffer
from depression, for all those with eating disorders and incurable diseases of the vital organs, for all those waiting for
organ transplants, for an end to abortion, for all those with incurable autoimmune diseases and for all those who are
afflicted with MS, CF, Lou Gehrig’s disease, for those who suffer from Alzheimer disease and their families.

       (2)… Karissa Duszczak (np, 6 yr.old), Gerry Crouch (np), Vincent Leishman (np), Bonnie Osborne, Frank Gobbo (np),
Bette Maltese (np), Louise LeBeau (np), Tom Corcoran, and Roberta Lonergan;

        (3)… Bill Flanagan (np), Pat McAuliffe (np), Elizabeth Berardi, and Jennifer (np);

        (4)… Pauline DeCarolis (np), Victoria Trelford, Joseph Wehner (np), Nella Tierney, Conor D’Andria (6-yr old, np, head
               injury), Margaret Burke, Joan McTigue, and Henry Ballasty;


        (5)… Mary Ann Troiano, Jessica Liubicich, Brian Maguire, Dawn Devito (np) Denise Gant (np), Wayne Nef, Mac and
Terry Lyden, Michael Dunzello, Patrick Moran, Robert Griffiths (np), Rita Whelan, Angela Brummert, Rita Young, Nancy
Russell (np), Stephanie Hardman Kaminoff (np), Mary Ural (np), Gary and Lorrie Hermann (Parents of Sister Sharon), Eileen
D’Alvia, James Joseph Gentilesco (np), Eileen Pilgrim, Margaret Cascone, Msgr. Leon Kasprzyk, John Acer, Russell
Drone, Rita Romeo (np), Most Rev. John C. Reiss (Bishop Emeritus), Florence J. Smith, Kenneth McGrath, Tracy Spece (np),
Morgan, Ned Ryan, Fr. Bob Tynski, Patricia Seaman (np), Billy Dickenson, Rosemary Markowski (np), Colin Bibaud (child),
Peggy Franznick, Ruth Byrnes, Tyler Smith (PREP Student), Alexandra Confusione (child), Irma Sanchez (np), Patrick Mayer,
Vincent Fumo (np), Kevin Kret (St. Leo’s), Karen Hopkins, Halie Palmer (PREP student), Terry McGhee (St. Ann’s), Daniele
Keigher, Brian Keigher, Anne Liddy, Angela Colaianni (np), Noel Anderson and Ronald Corey, Sr.

. . .a time to be Born to Eternal Life…. Leroy Fix, John Schwarz, Terry Terrific, Rosemary Burns (np), and for
aborted babies and those men and women who died this week in the Service of our Country.

. . .Pray for our servicemen and women at home and abroad, for those serving our Country overseas,
Lt. Col. Kevin Meisler, Army Reserve-4th deployment to Afghanistan ~ Todd M. Cox, U. S. Air Force – Iraq ~ Captain
Josh Pershing, U.S. Air Force, 3rd tour-Iraq ~ Master Gunnery Sgt. C. T. Gregoire, Marines – Afghanistan ~, James G.
Bruncati, U. S. Air Force ~ SFC Wesley Briggs, U.S. Army ~ 2 tour in Iraq, stationed in Egypt; Kiera Connerty, West
Point graduate, Black Hawk helicopter pilot ~ Iraq; Justin and Nicole Westmoreland, Air Force, Lance Cpl. Jonathan
Bagnato, Andrew Leroy, Jeffrey Benffer, Ryan Trachman ~ Marines, and Fr. John Ryan.


                                 “Lord, hold our troops in Your loving hands. Protect them as they protect us. Bless
                                 them and their families for the selfless acts they perform for us in our time of need.
                                 We ask this in the name of Jesus, our Lord and Savior. Amen.”


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                                  Prayer for the New Year

                              “Glory to God in the highest!
                           -and peace to His people on earth!”

  Dear Lord, at the beginning of this New Year, I remember that You are a God of beginnings and
 endings. You created the world, with all its eternal patterns. Winter begins in frost, and ends in
   Spring's thaw. Spring begins in new, green life, ending in Summer's heat. Summer begins in
 sunshine, and ends in Autumn's breezes. And Autumn's color leads to the white of Winter again.
                            As another year ends and begins in our lives,
    help us to remember that You have made a world of cycles. When fortune turns to trials, or
hardship turns to joy, help me take delight in the life I've received from You. Remind me that I will
        one day pass from this world and enter a new life like those who've gone before me.
                                                Amen.



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                            Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults

               May the Light of Our Faith Shine in Words and Actions

                                Faith – the beginning of eternal life

#163 Faith makes us taste in advance the light of the beatific vision, the goal of our journey here
     below. Then we shall see God “face to face,” “as He is.” So faith is already the beginning of
     eternal life.                                               Catechism of the Catholic Churc h



#165 It is then we must turn to the witnesses of faith: To Abraham, to the Virgin Mary. . . . . . . .
                                                                  Catechism of the Catholic Church



#166 Faith is a personal act – the free response of the human person to the initiative of God who
     reveals Himself. But faith is not an isolated act. No one can believe alone. . . . .you have not
     given yourself faith as you have not given yourself life. THE BELIEVER HAS RECEIVED FAITH
     FROM OTHERS AND SHOULD HAND IT ON TO OTHERS. OUR LOVE FOR JESUS AND FOR OUR
     NEIGHBOR IMPELS US TO SPEAK TO OTHERS ABOUT OUR FAITH.
                                                                  Catechism of the Catholic Church

                                                                                                      +Sister Gloria




               Parish Bulletin Board                               Contribution statements
Today. . . .                                                Starting January 1, 2012, if you would like a copy of
          Polar Plunge to benefit THE BARN at               your contribution statement, you can E-Mail your
         Asbury Park – Plunge Time – 1:00 P.M.              request to sbrown@stmarychurchnj.org.
                       See page 10
Next Weekend                                                Please include your name, address and telephone
    POLAR PLUNGE TO BENEFIT OUR SCHOOLS                     number. Your statement will be mailed to you upon
               AT MERRI-MAKERS
                                                            receipt of request.
             PLUNGE TIME – 1:00 P.M.
                                                                                Thank you,
                    See You There!
                                                                                           Sharon Crossnohere,
                                                                                         Business Administrator

                                                            When There Is A Will, There Is . . . . .
                                                            A Record of Your Wishes – Making a will makes you think
We take this opportunity to thank the John F. Pfleger       about the future. It sets down your wishes and plans for
Funeral Home for supplying our parish with calendars        your estate, whatever its size. Without one, state law
for the New Year.                                           dictates who and what your relatives receive. Plus, naming
     ______________________________________________         an executor puts someone you trust in charge.
                                                            A Way to Continue Your Good Works – You can
                                                            establish endowments to support your favorite charities
                                                            knowing the work they do will continue, in part, because of
                                                            you. And, please remember Mary, Mother of God Church.
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                                                        JANUARY 1, 2012

                                                                           Our Poor Boxes are The Bread Boxes
                                                                                      for the Poor
                                                                          Our St. Vincent de Paul Society has set up poor boxes
                                                                          beneath the Statue of the Good Shepherd in the Narthex of
AGENDA:                                                                   Mary, Mother of God Church.
January 1. . . . . . . . . . .No Meeting, - New Year’s Day                        Please don’t forget about us as you enter or leave
January 8. . . . . . . . . . Teaching #3, w/PREP                          Church.
January 15. . . . . . . . . .Preparations for CRS Food Fast               God Bless you, and Thank You
January 21-22. . . . . . . CRS Food Fast                                        for your response
January 29. . . . . . . . . . Planning Meeting for 2nd half of year
                                                                            Members of St. Vincent de Paul Society
         All youth of the Parish, 9th Grade up – are invited to
join the Youth Group; or, come to one of our meetings to see
what we are all about. If you have any questions, please call
our Youth Minister, Mr. Craig Palmer, for additional
information. 732-706-5254.
       ______________________________________
                                                                          The Bereavement Group of the Parish of Saint Mary meets
           Rosary Altar Society                                           twice weekly.
                                                                          Monday evenings at 7:00 p.m. the group ministers to
                                                                          parents who have lost a child. The meetings are held in the
Rosary Altar Corporate Communion Mass will be                             Ministers’ Room off the Narthex in Mary, Mother of God
January 8th at 10:30 a.m. Mass.                                           Church.
                                                                          Wednesday evenings the group ministers to those that may
Our Benediction/meeting will be held January 9th at                       have lost a spouse, parent, close friend, sibling, etc.
7:30 p.m., Saint Mary Chapel, at which time we will
                                                                          Questions? call Eileen or Bob Batz at 732-787-8566.
install new members.
Anyone interested in joining the Rosary Altar Society
or if you have any questions, please contact Debbie                                           NEED HOUSING
Schneider (732) 706-0095 or Janet Moscuzza (732)                          Wanted: One-room studio apartment or one- bedroom
671-7248.                                                                 apartment for widowed mom and teenage daughter.
      ___________________________________                                 Call Kenny at 732-673-4062.


              Seeking Employment
              as a 24-hour Live-in                                                  Employment Opportunity

My name is Emily and I am seeking a position as a 24-                             Part-time ~ Cafeteria Worker Needed
hour live-in.    I have 15 years experience, and                                         Please call 732-787-3647
references will be provided upon request. I speak
English, Slovak and Polish. I will do cooking, light
cleaning, personal hygiene assistance and medication
scheduling. If you have any questions or concerns –
please do not hesitate to call me.
Emily – 732-784-7338.




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NEXT SUNDAY ~ January 8, 2012




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                Nurturing generous disciples to serve
                   as the hands and feet of Christ


         “And Mary kept all these things, reflecting on them in her heart.”
                                                                              Luke 2:19




How lightly Mary held Jesus. She did not clutch Him to her but held Him out for
the world to know. She knew that He did not belong to her alone. From the
moment of His birth she was called upon to share Him with strangers who flocked
to see Him. In the same way, we are also called to hold our blessings lightly, being
willing to share what God has given to us with those whom God may lead to us.
As this New Year begins, let us look to Mary as a grace-filled model of sharing all
that God might ask of us.




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               The 39th March for Life will be on January 23, 2012




                                            Washington, D.C.
Please consider joining members of Saint Mary’s Community on Monday, January 23 rd to participate in the 39th
annual MARCH FOR LIFE. The March begins on the Mall and concludes at the United States Supreme Court
Building (approximately ½ hour walk). It is an extremely exhilarating and prayerful day!
        The MARCH FOR LIFE is the collective effort of grassroots pro-life Americans to assure that our laws
protect the right to life of each human being. I urge you to attend and experience a proactive, holy, and spirit-filled
day. We will attend 6:00 a.m. Mass at St. Mary’s Chapel and depart by bus immediately afterwards. We anticipate
returning by 10:00 p.m.
        The cost for transportation to Washington is $15.00 per person ($60.00 maximum per family). There are a
limited number of seats available. Please call John Lovasz – 732-787-2794 for reservations and further
information.



                                                                  Calling ALL Mater Dei
       ____________________________________                          Class of ’72 Alumni!
            FINANCIAL AID NIGHT                                                 ~~~~~~~~~~~
                January 25th
                                                              Mark your 2012 calendars now for our 40th Reunion on
Mater Dei Prep will sponsor a Financial Aid Night             Saturday, April 28th, at the Sheraton Eatontown. For
presented by Rider University on Wednesday, January           further information, please contact Ellen Poole,
25, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. in the Mater Dei Prep Commons.          eppoole@comcast.net         or      Mike     Colman,
                                                              michaelfcolman@gmail.com. Updates will be posted
     ________________________________________                 on the high school website and sent to alumni with
                                                              current address information; so spread the good news
                                                              to classmates who may be out of touch. Cheers!
                                                                   _____________________________________




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                                               Sons of Ireland
                                              Polar Plunge 2012
                       Asbury Park Convention Hall, 5th Avenue Beach, Asbury Park
                              TODAY --- Sunday, January 1, 2012 – 12:00 P.M.



The Sons of Ireland is a non-profit association dedicated to the principles of brotherhood, charity
and community service. The group was founded in 2002 with the specific intent of supporting
worthy charities and causes in Monmouth County, New Jersey.

                                              2012 Beneficiaries

                             The Barn for the Poorest of the Poor
  Over 100 volunteers collect surplus food from supermarkets, organize the donations and deliver it to Mother Teresa’s
soup kitchens, local areas of need in Monmouth County and to other organizations daily that provide help for the poorest
                                                   of the poor among us.
        The other groups that will benefit from this year’s plunge are Lt. Dennis Zilinski Foundation, Big Brothers,
                             Big Sisters of Monmouth County, The Ashley Lauren Foundation

                   IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO PLEDGE TO THIS YEAR’S SOI POLAR BEAR PLUNGE VISIT
                                          WWW.SONSOFIRELAND.ORG




I offer my sincerest thanks to all who serve in our Music Ministry. Your dedication to service in our ministry and the
friendship we all share is a beautiful blessing. You are very much appreciated.

During this Christmas Season we will sing the Gloria for Christmastime #285 in the Word and Song
Hymnal/Missalette. It will be very familiar to us as the Refrain is the same as the Refrain to Angels We Have
Heard on High. We will introduce the Gloria from the Glendalough Mass when we begin Ordinary Time in January
of 2012.

There will not be any rehearsals this week.

                                     HAPPY, HEALTHY, NEW YEAR TO ALL!

                                                    Blessings and Peace,
                                                                                                     ♫♫Doris Ramme

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                            St. Mary’s Travel Group Presents Trips for 2012




                              For questions and for reservation on all trips contact
                                        Fran Timpanaro, 732-708-0430

                              All buses leave from the Mater Dei Prep parking lot
                                            (unless otherwise noted)
January in Atlantic City
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
        Get out of the cold and enjoy a fun day at Resorts Casino (trying someplace new). Cost $27 – Day includes $25 slot
play, $10 food voucher, transportation and bus driver’s gratuity. Bus leaves at 9:30 a.m. and return home close to 7:00 p.m.

St. Mary’s Travel Group goes to Broadway
Sunday, February 26th
         “Godspell” This beloved classic returns to Broadway. Godspell is a timeless tale of friendship, loyalty and love
that has touched the hearts of countless theater-goers all over the world. Remember “Day by Day?” Hear it again! All seats
need to be reserved by December 26, 2011. $110 includes Orchestra seat, transportation, and driver’s gratuity. Bus leaves at
11:00 a.m., show time 2:30 p.m. which leaves time to have a nice lunch or shop.

Philadelphia Flower Show
Monday, March 5th
        Enjoy a day of spring in March. The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society will present “Hawaii Islands of Aloha”.
From towering waterfalls and waves of orchids, to glowing volcanoes and serene sunsets the 2012 Flower Show is an
immersion of dramatic landscapes and tranquil spirit of Hawaii. You will be carried away to a floral hula fest, romantic beach
wedding, tropical ranch house surfers retreat and a rocky garden of the gods. $58 includes admission ticket, transportation
and driver’s gratuity. Bus leaves at 8:30 a.m.

“Sight and Sound” ~~~ Where the Bible Comes to Life ~~~ “Be the First to Experience this Brand New Show.”
Thursday, April 12th
         “Jonah” The popular biblical story of disobedience and betrayal coupled with God’s gracious mercy and love.
You will explore the extreme elements Jonah encounters when he runs away. Cost $105 includes an enjoyable buffet lunch,
time to shop, admission ticket, transportation and driver’s gratuity. This is sure to be a fun-full-day. Bus leaves at 8:30 a.m.

                              After you have reserved your seat – all checks are made out to
                                St. Mary’s Travel Group and mailed to Fran Timpanaro
                                       48 Starr Ct., Atlantic Highlands, NJ 07716




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               St. Mary’s Parish Faith Community Nursing Ministry


                                           Beat Bronchitis



1/ Avoid the #1 Culprit - Smoking

      Folks who light up are 10 times more likely to develop bronchitis than nonsmokers, and even secondhand
smoke is shown to irritate airways, worsening chest infections.


2/ Slow Your Breathing to Ease Discomfort

        People with chronic bronchitis tend to breathe too fast, worsening symptoms. To slow breathing and feel
better fast, use a technique that Mayo Clinic researchers call “pursed – lip breathing.” Take a deep breath then
slowly breathe out through your mouth while pursing your lips (as if you’re about to give someone a kiss). Repeat
10 times.


3/ Turn on a Humidifier to Relieve Coughing

       Warm moist air helps loosen mucus in your bronchial tubes and stops coughs, say Mayo researchers.


                                   Do You Need To See A Doctor?

The American Academy of Family Physicians recommends checking in with your doctor if . . .

                     * You have a fever of 101F or higher

                     * You cough up blood

                     * You have trouble breathing only when you lie down

                     * Your cough lasts more than one month.

                                                                                              Eileen Theall, R. N.




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                        Mary, Mother of God Church
 The following loved ones have been enrolled in the St. Mary Monthly Memorial
Mass Society and will share in a Special Mass to be celebrated on the First Sunday
           of each month, at the 9:00 a.m., beginning January 1,2012.
                                    
                                                                     
Matilde Altinger,                             Kenneth Kress,
        R/o Hugh/Colleen McGuire                      R/o the Argentino Family
Margaret Boyle,                                       R/o Mater Dei Prep
        R/o Michael Carr                      Tessie Dretel,
Raymond Brooks,                                       R/o Betty Thornton
        R/o Bing Cheo                         Charles Kroekel,
Sean C. Cox,                                          R/o St. Mary School Faculty and Staff
        R/o the Norton Family                         R/o Marsh/Sutton Families
Joseph Cunneen,                                       R/o the Rectory Staff
        R/o Elizabeth Ritter                          R/o the Merse Family
Josephine De Lauro,                           Daniel Lean,
        R/o Tom/Maureen Marshall                      R/o the Pfirrman Family
Frances Delaney,                              Mary La Porta,
        R/o Erik and Jami Nugent                      R/o Lucy Giannone
Alfonso DiFilippo,                            Thomas Loughney,
        R/o the Foti Family                           R/o Tom Reilly & Friends from Irish
        R/o the Flashner Family                       Night
Josephine Dillon,                             Richard Margsca,
        R/o Kelly/Jeffrey/Kayla Fiore                 R/o Tom/Elaine Mc Colgan
        R/o M/M Thomas Ashe                   Mike Mastro,
Angela Dipeitro,                                      R/o the Molicki Family
        R/o Ellen Mulligan                    Lauren McCarthy Bloomstein,
Virginia DiTose,                                      R/o Lon Medina
        R/o Josephine/Tom Busacco             Carol Ann Milea,
Zoila Ferraro,                                        R/o Rosa/Sal Stagnitta/Family
        R/o Janet/Tim/Norma Randolph          Florence Moore,
Joseph Folio,                                         R/o Harry Sievers
        R/o Joseph O’Brien                    Grace Morris,
Andrew Gagliano,                                      R/o Martin Family
        R/o Bernadette Massey                 Lois Palmieri,
Joseph Gemellaro,                                     R/o the Molicki Family
        R/o Anita Verdiglione                         R/o the Lamar Family
        R/o Jill Misiak                       Edward Patrick,
Thomas Giannone,                                      R/o Veronica/Carmine Pagano
        R/o Lucy Giannone                     Rocco Petri,
Carol Hamowitz,                                       R/o the O’Toole’s
        R/o Melissa/Michael Bunnell           Angela Helen Della Pietro,
Thomas Kelley,                                        R/o De Rugerilis Family
        R/o Michael Gass                              R/o Rebecca Bertinato Family
Kenneth Kress,                                        R/o Prehart Family
        R/o A Friend                          Tina Pironte-Ragnone,
        R/o A Friend                                  R/o Linnea Ransier
        R/o Don/Anna Kehoe                    Sarah Reilly,
        R/o Christina Kehoe                           R/o Theresa/George Carrig
        R/o the Dawson Family                                    - Continued
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George Renno,
          R/o Lucy Giannone
Rose Renno,
          R/o Lucy Giannone
Joey Rizzuto,
          R/o Andrea/Robert Barone
Bernardo Rotondo,
          R/o Eleanor McCann
Susan Serraino,
          R/o Frank/Virginia Serronico
Kenneth Shaffer,
          R/o Peggy Neiman/Meg Latham
Palma Siciliano,                                   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
          R/o Stephen/Mary Kelleher                ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Nancy Spinale,
          R/o James Balasare and Family
          R/o Peter/Dawn Chiaramonte
Sarah Spinelli,
          R/o Tina Marie Chiarello Lamar
          R/o Debra Campisi Caristi
John Stanislawczyk,
          R/o Marsh/Sutton Families
          R/o the Bradley Family
Jill Sullivan,
          R/o John/Aileen Lang
Pasquale Tarantino,
          R/o the Molicki Family
Marie Tomaino,
          R/o M/M Baldali
Dr. Alice Tyndall,
          R/o Stephen/Mary Kelleher
Jeannie Verdichizzi,                                    Spiritual Direction
          R/o the Ralph Iuele Family
Carmen and Vincent Verdiglione,
                                                Spiritual Direction encourages you to explore
          R/o Anita Verdiglione
Tom Vitale,                                     a closer relationship with God.
          R/o Carole/Tony Del Vecchio           Meeting with a spiritual director can help you
Philip Walsh,                                   recognize God’s presence and grace in your
          R/o Janet Gaffney                     joys, hopes, struggles and losses.
Bernice Wilt,
          R/o Eleanor/Russ Wilcox               For information, please call Mary Reidy –
                                                732-739-4090.

    May these and all the souls of the
 faithful departed through the mercy of
      God, Rest in Peace. Amen.
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                 MARY, THE HOLY MOTHER OF GOD


          Saint Mary Elementary School P.T.A.

  Wishes to extend their gratitude to the parishioners




           of Saint Mary Parish for your continued

                    support of our School.

May God bless you this Christmas and throughout the New Year.


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       MARY, THE HOLY MOTHER OF GOD




    If you look for Me
                    at Christmas
 You won’t need a special star -----
  I’m no longer just in Bethlehem,
   I’m right there where you are.
    You may not be aware of Me
      amid the celebrations -----
You’ll have to look beyond the stores
        and all the decorations.
      But if you take a moment
    from your list of things to do
and listen to your heart, you’ll find
      I’m waiting there for you.
 You’re the one I want to be with,
   you’re the reason that I came,
 And you’ll find Me in the stillness
   as I’m whispering your name.

                 Love,
                    Jesus




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