The Church of
St. Pius the Tenth
300 Lacey Road, Forked River, New Jersey 08731
Sunday Mass Schedule:
Saturday: 4:00pm Sunday: 8:00am, 10:00am & 12:00pm
Daily Mass Schedule:
Church of St. Pius X
All are Welcome
PASTOR MINISTRIES & ORGANIZATIONS
Rev. Richard Basznianin
ALTAR SERVERS– Carlene Sramaty
WEEKEND ASSISTANTS BEREAVEMENT-
Msgr. Charles C. Cassidy Companions on the Journey- Paula Little
Rev. Thomas Brennan Funeral Mass Preparation– Office Staff
Rev. Paul Iovino Journey through Grief- Paula Little
DEACONS Rainbows - Paula Little
Deacon James T. Heller (Retired) BIBLE STUDY- Deacon Earl Lombardo
Deacon Earl Lombardo COUNTERS– Barbara & Bonny D’Amato
Deacon Michael Maione DECORATING COMMITTEE-Theresa Gili
Deacon Anthony Martucci EVENING BIBLE STUDY-Maria Stork
OF THE EUCHARIST- Deacon Mike Maione
Deacon Anthony Martucci
SCHEDULING OF EXTRA-ORDINARY MINISTERS OF
THE EUCHARIST- Office Staff
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATOR FAITH SHARING- Deacon Earl Lombardo
Mrs. Anne Brennan GOD’S FAITHFUL DISCIPLES- Lisa Forbes & Deidre
COORDINATOR OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Mitchelli
Mrs. Patricia Colando GOD’S LITTLE ANGELS– Lisa Forbes
HOSPITALITY– Kim LeCras & Sandra Zuzola
COORDINATOR OF YOUTH MINISTRY
INTERFAITH HEALTH SERVICES- Ginny Plesnarski
Mrs. Jeanne Easton
LECTORS– Deacon Michael Maione
PARISH TRUSTEES SCHEDULING OF LECTORS– Office Staff
Mr. John Harper MEN’S DISCIPLESHIP GROUP– Tim Trettel
Mrs. Maria Stork MUSIC MINISTRY:
PARISH OFFICE Adult & Children’s Choir- Joe Dalton- Music Director
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am- 4:30pm Praise Band- Joe Casilli
Phone: 609-693-5107 Fax: 609-693-6829
PARISH NURSING- Pat Martucci
PRE CANA– Michael & Maria Shuflat
Web Address: www.churchofstpiusx.net RCIA– Mary LaBruna
RESPECT LIFE- Carol Petrucelli
SAMARITAN CORNER ROSARY ALTAR SOCIETY– Theresa Gili
RELIGIOUS ARTICLE SHOP- Ann Marie Janicek
9:00am-4:00pm Phone 693-6105 RETREATS- Women- Eleanor Brett Men’s– Tom Craft
SAMARITANS– Domenic Frangella
TOUCH OF AN ANGEL SEW & SEWS- Joanne Brass
RELIGIOUS ARTICLES SHOP USHERS– Joe Gili
Store Hours are: Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm VOLUNTEERS– Kim Le Cras
Saturday- 3:30- 4:00pm & 5:00pm-5:30pm
Sunday- 9:00am-10:00am & 11:00am-12:00pm OTHER ORGANIZATIONS
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CENTER CATHOLIC WOMEN OF ZION– Eileen Lombardo
CURSILLO-ULTREYA- Pat Martucci
Monday 8:30am- 4:30pm KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS–
Tuesday & Wednesday 2:30pm - 8:30pm Grand Knight– Frank Cocciolillo
Thursday 8:30am– 4:30pm Ladies Auxiliary- Barbara Bowen
Friday - Closed Phone: 609-693-0368
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
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February 12, 2012
The Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time
DAILY MASS SCHEDULE FOR THE BUILT TO NEED ONE ANOTHER
WEEK OF FEBRUARY 13, 2011
Have you ever gone to a really scary horror movie?
Monday, Feb. 13 2012 People say that they go to horror films because they
8:00am For the Living and Deceased Members love to shriek and get a thrill from seeing monsters
of St. Pius X Church and feeling their skin crawl. But you would feel real-
Tuesday, Jan. Feb.14, 2012 time horror if you lived in Jesus’ time, and saw a lep-
8:00am Josephine Xuereb– by daughter Betty er coming near.
Wednesday, Feb. 15 2012 Lepers were required to leave their homes, and be
8:00am Mary Claire Visinski– Birthday Remem- exiled to the hills or the caves, usually until their
brance– by Mom & Dad death. Jesus knew very well what healing would
Thursday, Feb. 16, 2012 mean. The real miracle may have been that now the
8:00am Metta & Nardone Families– by Phil & man could return from exile in the leper caves, and
Ann Metta be reunited with his mother, his wife and children,
Friday, Feb. 17, 2012 his church community. Jesus always brings people
8:00am Joseph Hari, Jr.– by mother Rose back from isolation.
Saturday, Feb. 18, 2012
8:00am James Piana– by Raymond & Camille We see again how Jesus was not controlled by the
Gudzak religious laws which said “Do not touch lepers.” Je-
Next Weekend sus actually reached out and touched the leper; he
Saturday, Feb. 18 2012 tried always to “bring release to the captives… and
4:00pm Salvatore Nick & Abbagail Alexa Nick– to set free those who are oppressed.”
by Nick & Potor Families
Nancy Rudolph– by Sharon Henninger St. Paul says, “Never do anything offensive to any-
Keith Walker– by John & Anne Brennan one,” yet we know we treat insiders and outsiders
Paul Roabe– by Charles Urso differently. The simple question for us is, “How do
Sunday, Feb.19, 2012 we relate to the outsiders each day?” Do we offer
8:00am Harold Brass– Birthday Remembrance- any degree of charity or patience to the “different
by wife Joanne Brass ones”? Do we glare, look forbidding, or refuse to
Anna, Mauro & Frank Giovatto– by have eye contact?
Kathleen Marotta– by Louis & Marlene If people seem like an annoyance in our lives, we
Nicalaro need to picture Jesus touching us, as he touched
10:00am Joseph Chirichella– by Carolyn & Frank the leper, freeing us from our disease of disgust…
Poplowski and setting us free to BE the healing of Christ to oth-
William Keenan– by Vastano Family ers. We should be the first example of love and in-
Charles Scalzo– by Mr. & Mrs. Joseph clusion that anyone meets!
Matthew Ensor– by Mr. & Mrs. Joseph He could have lived over us
12:00pm Gertrude Cappuccino– Birthday Re- Or away from us.
membrance- by Children But he didn’t.
Victor Preziotte– by Janet & Joe Manger
Nicholas V. Pezza– by Janet & Joe He lived among us.
Manger He became a friend of the sinner
Ed Marmo– by Adrienne Scanlon
And a brother to the poor.
Church of St. Pius X
A Stewardship Parish
PARISH STEWARDSHIP REPORT SACRAMENT AND OTHER GUIDELINES
Your Stewardship in Treasure for the was: The Sacrament of Baptism is celebrated on the
First Collection: $ 14,793.00 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month at 1:15pm in
Second Collection: $ 6,436.00 the Church. Baptismal Preparation classes are
SUNDAY MASS SCHEDULE required for parents of the child. Godparents
Saturday: 4:00pm, Sunday: 8:00am, 10:00am &
must be practicing Catholics who have received the Sac-
raments of Baptisms, Holy Communion and Confirma-
DAILY MASS SCHEDULE
tion, and if married, married within the laws of the
Church. Please make arrangements by calling the main
office at 693-5107 and ask for Deacon Tony.
Confessions are heard every Saturday from 3:00pm-
3:30pm. Weddings -
DIVINE MERCY CHAPLET According to Diocesan policy, weddings should be ar-
The Chaplet is recited every Thursday at 3:00pm dur- ranged at least 1 year before the intended
ing Eucharistic Adoration and on Saturday following date. Prior to making any wedding plans and
the 4:00pm Mass in the Chapel. arrangements, the bride or groom need to be
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION active registered members in the parish for at
Adoration is held every Thursday following daily Mass least three months. Please call the office to
until Benediction at 7:00pm in the Chapel. schedule an appointment.
MINISTRY TO THE SICK
Call the office to arrange for a Priest or Eucharistic Registration -
Minister. Those wishing to register should contact or visit the Rec-
MORNING PRAYER tory office. Registration in our Parish and regular use of
Morning Prayer is held every morning (except the envelope system is necessary for anyone wishing to
Sunday) in the church at 7:30am prior to daily Mass. receive eligibility certificates or letters of recommenda-
NOVENA PRAYERS tion. Please call the office if you are unsure of your regis-
The Miraculous Medal Novena is recited every tration status.
Saturday following the 8:00am Mass.
Shop Rite Gift Card Program-
Before going shopping, did you purchase your Shop Rite
DIVINE MERCY SCHEDULE gift cards? Cards come in $25, $50 & $100 denomina-
tions. Shop Rite cards can be purchased, Monday through
Feb. 17– Feb. 24– still available Friday in the main office and in the Narthex following all
Feb. 24– Mar. 2– still available weekend Masses.
If you are interested in this opportunity for the spiritu- Masses, Memorials-
al renewal of families and the reception of graces We have Masses, healing Masses, and memorials availa-
promised by Our Lord to all who venerate His Im- ble. The donation is $10.00. Also available Novena
age, please call the Parish Office at 693-5107. Masses for 9 first Fridays and the donation is $15.00.
Weekly, monthly and yearly votive candles-
ADULT ALTAR SERVERS Candles can be obtained by completing the coupon and
returning it to the main office with payment. Please call
We are looking for volunteers to the office if you have any questions.
help with Adult Altar Serving. *CANDLE REQUEST FORM CAN BE FOUND ON
Adult Altar Servers are needed for PAGE 6 OF THE BULLETIN.
Daily Mass and for Funerals.
Training provided. If you are a lady Flowers at the Altar, Chapel & Blessed Mother -
or gentleman who would be inter- Flowers can be ordered for a donation of
ested in helping our Church, $35.00. They can be in remembrance of a
please consider being an Adult Altar Server. Call loved one or to celebrate Anniversaries and
Anne at the office at 693-5107. Birthdays.
WEEKLY CALENDAR SCRIPTURE READINGS
FOR THE WEEK OF FEBRUARY 12, 2012
Monday, Feb. 13, 2012
9:00am- Walking Program– PH
Sunday– Lv. 13:1-2, 44-46; 1 Cor. 10:31-
11:30am- Social Club– PH
11:1; Mk. 1:40-45
7:00pm- Companions on the Journey– MR Monday– Jas. 1:1-11; Mk. 8:11-13
Tuesday, Feb 14, 2012 Tuesday– Jas. 1:12-18; 8:14-21
10:00am- Sew and Sews– MR Wednesday– Jas. 1:19-27; Mk. 8:22-26
12:00pm- Samaritans– PH Thursday– Jas. 2:1-9; Mk. 8:27-33
2:00pm- Journey through Grief– MR Friday– Jas. 2;14-24, 26; Mk. 8:34-9:1
6:15pm- Children’s Choir- Chapel Saturday– Jas. 3:1-10; Mk. 9:2-13
7:30pm- Adult Choir– Chapel
Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2012
9:00am- Walking Program– PH
9:00am- Faith Sharing– MR
10:30am- Bible Study– MR
6:30pm- RCIA Teen– CR
7:00pm- Praise Band– Church
7:30pm- Men’s Group– MR MEMORIALS FOR THE WEEK OF
Thursday, Feb. 16, 2012
8:30am- Adoration– Chapel FEBRUARY 12, 2012
4:30pm- Rainbows– CR Sanctuary Light– Desiree’ Jullich– Birthday Remem-
6:30pm- Jr. and H.S. Youth Group– PH brance– by Mom, Dad, Brianna
7:00pm- Benediction– Chapel Altar Candle–Church- Charlotte Mault– by Debbie
7:30pm- Cursillo Ultreya– MR Schoerner
Friday, Feb. 17, 2012 Wine & Host– Church– Ryan Wurum– by Niels &
8:30pm- Respect Life– MR Jane Sperling
9:00am- Hall Walking– PH Flowers– Church– In Memory of Joseph Casio– by
Saturday, Feb. 18, 2012 Deacon Mike & Pat Maione
Sunday, Feb. 19, 2012
MR- Meeting Room PH- Parish Hall
CR-Conference Room CCD
COLLECTION COUNTERS SCHEDULE
Team 4 will be counting on February 13, 2012
MONTHLY BLOOD PRESSURE SCREENING
4:00pm- Mass on 2nd Saturday.
8:00am- Mass on 2nd Sunday. FEB. 22, SCHEDULE
10:00am & 12:00pm- Mass on the 3rd Sunday.
8:00am MASS with ashes
CALENDAR OF UPCOMING EVENTS
12:00pm SERVICE with ashes
Feb. 24- Fish Fry (Every Friday During Lent)
Mar. 17- St. Patrick & St. Joseph Dinner 4:00pm SERVICE with ashes
Please note that if you want something printed in the
Bulletin, you must submit it in writing, or email 5:00pm SERVICE with ashes
Sandra at st.pius105 @Verizon.net, at least 2
weeks prior to the actual Bulletin deadline. All 7:30pm MASS with ashes
submissions must be approved by the Office and we
reserve the right to edit or amend any submission. If
you have any questions, please call Sandra at the
Office at 693-5107.
***RELIGIOUS EDUCATION NEWS***
First Reconciliation will be
held on Tuesday, Feb. 14
and Wednesday, Feb. 15
at 5:30pm for all second
graders and Special Sacra-
Patron Saint of Love, Friendship, Happily Married ment 2 students.
and Engaged Couples, Bee Keepers, Young People, Parents should remain with
Travelers, Terni, Italy. their child throughout the
service. Parents, please help your child prepare for
this very special sacrament by reviewing the appro-
Try this recipe for your favorite Valentine. priate prayers and procedures.
MOLTEN WHITE CHOCOLATE CUPCAKES
Ingredients: There are no classes on Wednesday, Feb. 22.
x 1 cup 60% cocoa baking chocolate chips This is Ash Wednesday. Parents are asked to bring
their children to one of the services this day in ob-
x 14 tablespoons butter servance of the beginning of Lent.
x 3 whole eggs
x 1 egg yolk
x 1-1/2 cups powdered (confectioner’s) sugar
x 1/2 cup flour RE-REGISTRATION INFORMATION
x 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
Registration forms for next year will be sent home at
x 1/2 teaspoon ground espresso coffee
the end of February. All forms will be distributed by
x 1/2 cup white chocolate baking chips your child’s teacher. They will not be mailed. For
families with more than one child in the program,
forms will be sent home with the youngest child.
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Line cupcake tins with Any questions you can call Religious Ed directly at
baking cups. Stir 60% cocoa chips and 10 tablespoons 693-0368. Thank you.
butter in heavy medium saucepan over low heat until
melted. Cool slightly and set aside.
2. Stir white chocolate chips and remaining butter in MY PRAYER
heavy medium saucepan over low heat until melted.
Drain off extra butter fat; cool and set aside.
Good morning, Lord,
3. Whisk eggs and egg yolk in large bowl to blend. Add I’m asking that You will walk with me
sugar, then chocolate mixture and flour. Add vanilla throughout the day, and show me
and ground espresso. Mix until thoroughly blended. what You want me to see.
4. Pour mixture into baking cups half-way. Drop 1/2
tablespoon white chocolate into center of mixture. Show me who needs compassion…
Top with remaining batter. A sympathetic ear…
5. Bake for 10 minutes; remove from oven and invert A bit of understanding,
over small dessert plate. Eliminating fear.
Dust with confectioner’s powder and serve immediately.
Forgetting self, I’ll follow
The path You choose for me,
In an epistle, the apostle Paul wrote to the Corinthians, And share Your many blessings
he defines love. With everyone I see.
Agape– Christian Love, unselfish, unconditional love.
Philia– Platonic Love or the love between friends. Help me be an example
Storge– Familial Love, especially between parents & from dawn ‘til set of sun…
children. Then may I hear You whisper,
Eros– Love that accompanies physical attraction. “My child...a day well done.”
BISHOPS APPEAL SPOTLIGHT ON
Your contribution to the Bishop’s Appeal allows our LECTORS
diocese to continue to serve as a resource to the
parishes and other organizations in their efforts to
provide service, evangelization and outreach to peo- We would like to Spotlight our
ple throughout the four counties of the Diocese of Lectors. Our Lectors are the peo-
Trenton. Each week we will highlight one of the ple who profess the word of God
many ways your contribution helps. by doing the Readings at Mass.
Our Lectors are headed by Dea-
Here is an example of one of the ministries made
con Mike Maione and we would like to thank them all
possible through your generous support.
for doing such an outstanding job! If you would like
SIMON’S SOUP KITCHEN: to become a lector, call the office and leave a mes-
Simon’s Soup Kitchen operates in Seaside Heights, sage for Deacon Mike.
NJ. The kitchen serves meals Tuesday and Friday
nights during the months of October through April to CATHOLIC MEN FOR JESUS CHRIST
anyone in need of a meal and a friendly smile. Si- 15TH ANNUAL MEN’S CONFERENCE
mon’s Soup Kitchen is sponsored by the Knights of
Columbus Council 8415. Since the start of Simon’s Sat. Feb. 25 at St. Raphael-Holy
Soup Kitchen over 45,00 meals have been served. Angels Parish, 3500 Broad St, Ham-
Many of our clientele live in Seaside Heights and the ilton, NJ.
surrounding area throughout the year and work in The theme of this year’s conference
the community during the summer months, and is “Champion of Faith.” Mass will be
sometimes need a little extra support during the win- with Bishop David M. O”Connell, and
ter. will feature speakers author, Patrick
Madrid, news commentator, Fr. Jonathan Morris and
former Major League baseball player Darrell Miller.
COLLECTION FOR THE CHURCH IN CENTRAL
AND EASTERN EUROPE A young men’s breakout will be offered for young
men from 8th grade to college age.
The Conference will run from 9:00am to 3:00pm.
This week we will take up the
Cost is $25 in advance, $30 at door, $10 for stu-
Collection for the Church in
dents. Coffee and lunch provided.
Central and Eastern Europe.
This collection supports Catholic
Or online at www.catholicmenforjesuschrist.org.
organizations that provide food,
Call Deacon Tony at the office at 693-5107 if you
shelter, medical care, catech-
are planning to attend. We will meet and leave at
esis, and companionship for the
7:45am from St. Pius X parking lot.
lonely in a region still struggling in the aftermath of
atheistic Soviet rule. Your donations help restore the
MASS OF DIVINE MERCY
strength of the Church in the region.
ST. MARY’S CHURCH, BARNEGAT, NJ
Collection Envelopes can be found on the wall in the
back of the Narthex.
The Divine Mercy Healing Ministry
of N.J. is sponsoring an Evening
CANDLE REQUEST DATE_______ Mass with Healing Prayer with 1st
Name to be placed on candle Class Relics of St. Padre Pio, St.
Faustina and Blessed Francis Xavi-
______________________________________ er Seelos C. Ss. R. on Mon.. Feb.
Candle for the Week donation $5.00 ______ 27 at 6:30pm.
Candle for the Month donation $25.00 _____ Celebrant: Monsignor Kenard J. Tuzeneu. Concele-
Candle for the Year donation $250.00______ brated with father Tom Ganely, Divine Mercy Heal-
Saint you wish candle lit by_______________ ing Ministry of NJ.
Name of person requesting candle The Divine Mercy Healing Team will be available for
anyone in need of additional, individual prayer. For
additional information please contact Daisy Ricciardi
Phone number_________________________ at 732-803-2539 or DRicciardi50@gmail.com.
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GET TO KNOW OUR DEACONS DEACON TONY
He was ordained a Deacon in the Diocese of Tren-
DEACON EARL LOMBARDO: ton in 1897.
He was born in Lawrence Twp., New Jersey and is He taught English and Social Studies at Snyder High
the son of Dominic & Santina Lombardo. He is one School, Jersey City for three years before moving to
of six children. Lakewood. He then taught in Howell until retiring in
His love of sports, especially baseball, earned him a 1997 to work full time as a Pastoral Associate at St.
four year scholarship to Rider College and his B.A. Mary of the Lake.
in History. He was drafted by the Chicago Cubs in He and Pat moved to Forked River in 2002.
1966 and by Uncle Sam. In 1969, after two years in In addition to serving as a full time Deacon he now
the Army as Drill Sergeant, he married and returned serves as Pastoral Associate here at St. Pius X
to baseball for two more seasons. Church.
Deacon Earl and Eileen have three adult children
and three beautiful grandchildren. They settled in Currently in the Diaconate Program
Barnegat in 1973 and became parishioners of St. Philip T. Craft:
Mary’s, where he became a lector, Eucharistic Min- He is the oldest of seven children, born to Thomas
ister and CCD teacher. and Margaret Craft. He has been married to his wife
In 1986 he entered the Diaconate Program, and was Cynthia for 28 years and has three children.
ordained a Permanent Deacon for the Diocese of He grew up in Edison and was Baptized, Confirmed
Trenton in 1989. He continued to serve at St. Mary’s and Married at St. Matthew’s Church in Edison. He
for over 18 years. Now equally happy to serving attended Brookdale College for Automotive Technol-
here at St. Pius X. Deacon Earl will celebrate his ogy. He has lived in Lacey Township and been a
23rd anniversary as a Deacon in May. member of St. Pius X for sixteen years. All his life
his family has been called to the service of the
DEACON MICHAEL MAIONE: Church in one form or another. He is very excited
He was born in East Orange, but grew up in Newark, and humbled to be able to serve the Diocese of
where he attended West Side High School. Trenton and the people of St. Pius X.
After graduation, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy and He would like to thank Fr. Richard, the Deacons and
served form 1954 to 1958 aboard the Destroyer the people of St. Pius X for their prayers and sup-
U.S.S. McGowan. port.
In 1956, he married Pat and together they raised five
sons, that have seven grandchildren and two great Joseph Gili:
grandchildren. He was born in Orange, to Joseph and Mary Lou
His career was in management, he worked as a Gili. He graduated from Our Lady of the Valley High
Store Mgr. for Shop-Rite, Pathmark, and A& P, until School and William Paterson University.
1980. in 1980, he took over his dad’s business Growing up he was blessed with a strong Catholic
which he managed until 1988 when he lost the busi- foundation form his parents and surrounding family.
ness to a fire. He was hired that same year by Msgr. His Uncle, Fr. Dante, is a priest at St. Lucy’s in New-
John Hourihan to be Business Manager of St. John’s ark, but the most influential person has been his
Parish in Newark, from which he retired in 2005. grandmother. She taught him about the love Jesus
On June 5, 1999, he was ordained a Permanent has for us and how much His mother wants to bring
Deacon by Cardinal Theodore McCarrick at the Ca- us to him.
thedral Basilica of the sacred Heart in Newark and He has been married to the love of his life Theresa
assigned to Our Lady of the Lake Parish in Verona. for 31 years and together they have five wonderful
In 2005, he and Pat retired to Barnegat. Thanks to children.
Fr. Richard, they joined St. Pius X Parish, where The diaconate is a calling from the Holy Spirit. He
they both serve proudly. would like to acknowledge the tremendous support,
prayers he has received from all the Priests, Dea-
DEACON ANTHONY MARTUCCI: cons, Office Staff and the great people of our parish
He was born and raised in Jersey City. He is the old- that he has gotten to know over the past 16 years.
est of three sons born to Mildred and Tony.
He attended Catholic Schools from Kindergarten
through College. He married his wife Pat in 1966, Please pray for all our Deacons and for Phil and
and together they have four sons and one daughter. Joe, as they complete the Diaconate Program.
PATRIOTIC PRAYER COLUMN
PLEASE PRAY FOR THE SICK OF OUR PARISH
The names of the people on the prayer list have Please continue to pray for world
been put in the ‘PRAYER BOWL’ and placed by peace, all service men and women, es-
the Altar. During the Mass when the prayer inten- pecially those on our prayer list.
tions are read, we will pray for the sick of our Par- Remember… Robert Joseph Coll, PFC
ish and their caregivers. A prayer request form can John Fitzsimons, 82nd Airborne, 1st Lt.
be made out to add new people to the prayer list. Joseph Gagliardi, USMC, Chief Matthew Guckin,
The name of the person to be prayed for will be Sgt.Peter Komorowski, Sr. Chief Anthony
listed in the bulletin and the person’s name will be Larangeira, MM2, Gy. Sgt. Anthony Lovering,
put in the ‘PRAYER BOWL’. After the name of your USMC, PO1 James Mc Dade, Staff Sgt. Kevin
loved one as been placed in the bowl it will no Mottershead, Capt. John Sandor, AM1, 1st Class
longer appear in the bulletin. It will remain in the Petty Officer Jacque Sullivan, Captain Michael Tar-
‘PRAYER BOWL’ for one month. For someone ricone, 1st Lt. Joseph Trainor, USMC, Matthew
needing prayers for more than one month or to add Varites, USCG, Michael Varites, USMC, Petty Of-
someone to the list, please contact Hazel at the ficer 1st Class Kim Christy, US Navy, USMC, Kev-
office at 693-5107. Please pray for Mary Malagna, in Schroeder, Gy-Sgt. Ronald E. Bohlayer, SPC
Leonard Budd, Jake M., Annemarie Hedden and Christopher Krutzsch, SFC Daniel A. Braun, LCpl.
members of our parish in need of physical, emo- Joseph Rupp, USMC, 2nd Lt. Mark Trainor, USMC
tional and spiritual healing. and HM2(SW/DV) Shawn R. Kearney US Navy
Diving Medical Technician, U.S. Navy BM Nickolas
PRAYER REQUEST Pavase and Lt. Justin James Nork, USN., Pfc.
NAME————————————— Michael J Hyle, Jr. 1st BN 38th Inf., Pfc. Anthony
PERSON REQUESTING PRAYER———————— Malagoli, USN AS3-CVN70 Edward A. Kerr, Jay-
son Hennelly, E-5 Anthony Crincoli, Sgt. Michael
DATE———————— Whitford, E-3 US Army Matthew M. D’ Antonio,
WOULD YOU LIKE NAME IN BULLETIN?———- Robert Zilavetz, West Point Class of 2014, Michael
Zilavetz, US Navy Master of Arms, Sgt. Kevin Mi-
chael Mc Kim, Army, US Navy Lt. Commander
PRAYER FOR EMOTIONAL HEALING Daniel Cimmino, US Army PFC Kenneth E. Stew-
art, Ensign Michael Adamski, US Navy.
Holy Mary, loving mother and heavenly guide, be
present to me now and let me know your compas- FOR THE REPOSE OF THE SOULS
sion and kindness. Pray for me to your Divine Son,
that I may experience calmness, tranquility and We pray for Dorothy Rasczyk, Martin Grogan and
peace in all my emotions. the deceased members of our parish and their
A MARRIAGE PRAYER
Help us to remember when
we first met and the strong
love that grew between us.
To work that love into
practical things so nothing
can divide us.
We ask for words both kind ETERNAL REST GRANT UNTO THEM,
and loving, and for hearts O LORD,
always ready AND LET PERPETUAL LIGHT SHINE UPON
to ask forgiveness THEM.
as well as to forgive.
MAY THE SOULS OF THE FAITHFUL DE-
PARTED THROUGH THE MERCY OF GOD,
We put our marriage
into Your hands. REST IN PEACE.
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DR. THOMAS C. McGILLICK
2 Hollywood Blvd. • Forked River Lou Ann B. Van Liew, DMD
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Endoscopic & Orthopedic Surgury FAX: 609-242-3330
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HIMBER & STORK, P.C. Attorneys-At-Law
630 W. Lacey Rd., Forked River, NJ
Serving the community for over 20 years Forked River
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Ronald L. Bennardo, Attorney At Law
332 Route 9 South, Forked River
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130 U.S. Route 9 North
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RPM AUTO SALES USA, LOCATED IN BAYVILLE, INVENTORIES Charles J. Riggs, N.J. Lic. No. 1743
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Personal Emergency Response System
Professional Dog Grooming
609-693-3385 Nash Academy of Animal Arts
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352 Atlantic City Blvd.
Beachwood, NJ 08722
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House Appointments Available 440 Rt. 9 South
639 Lacey Rd., Forked River
Forked River, NJ 08731 (609) 693-6613
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