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THE CHURCH OF THE SACRED HEART Oldest Catholic Parish in New Jersey, Established in 1814 343 South Broad Street Trenton, New Jersey 08608 Phone: (609) 393-2801 Fax: (609) 989-8997 www.trentonsacredheart.org ALL ARE WELCOME Whatever your present status in the Catholic Church, whatever your current family or marital situation, whatever your past or present religious affiliation, whatever your personal history, age, background, or race, whatever your own self-image or esteem, you are invited, welcomed, accepted, loved and respected at the Church of the Sacred Heart. STAFF FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME PASTOR and COORDINATOR OF THE HOUSE FOR PRIESTLY FORMATION JANUARY 29, 2012 Rev. Dennis A. Apoldite, Ext. 102 First Reading: Deuteronomy 18:15-20 email@example.com Moses explains to the people that a prophet will DEACON come from among them, and that they should listen Rev. Mr. Neiser Cardenas to this prophet’s words, for God has told him of this prophet. God also tells Moses that anyone who PARISH SECRETARY and COORDINATOR OF pretends to speak in his words, or speaks in the RELIGIOUS EDUCATION name of other gods shall die. Mrs. Linda Teresky, Ext. 101 firstname.lastname@example.org Second Reading: I Corinthians 7:32-35 Paul tells the Corinthians how an unmarried man or PARISH RECEPTIONIST woman is able to devote themselves fully to God Ms. Helen Smith, Ext. 109 without concern for the needs of a spouse. Paul email@example.com explains that God wants to help them promote good DIRECTOR OF MUSIC and devote themselves more fully to God. Kelly Hall (609) 558-1966 Gospel: Mark 1:21-28 TRUSTEES As Jesus was teaching, a man with an unclean Mrs. Maribeth Hardiman spirit came to the synagogue and asked if Jesus Mr. Michael Franko had come to destroy them. Jesus ordered the spirit out of the man, who shrieked violently as the spirit OFFICE HOURS departed. The people were amazed at the authority Monday to Friday 10:00 am to 3:00 pm he had over the spirit. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ BAPTISM LITURGY SCHEDULE Please call the Parish Office at least one month in Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday advance. Baptisms will be held on the first and 12:10 Noon ~ third Sunday of the month at 12:15. Weekend Schedule MARRIAGE Saturday Evening 5:15 PM Please call the Parish Priest at least one year in Sunday Morning 9:00 and 11:15 advance to set up initial meeting and to confirm a For each Holy Day please reference the bulletin wedding date and time. RECONCILIATION ANOINTING OF THE SICK Saturday afternoon ~ 4:30 to 5:00 Please call the Priest’s residence any time. Every Friday following the 12:10 Liturgy COMMUNION TO THE HOMEBOUND And by appointment Please call the Parish Office to schedule home visit MASS INTENTION FOR THE WEEK REMEMBER IN PRAYER Saturday – January 28 OUR SICK 5:15pm Judge & O’Brien Families r/o Family Dorothy Montecalvo, Robert Dunn, John Caruso, Eva People of the Parish Dilts, Bill Harrington, Jack Callery, Doris Horan, Dorothy Sunday – January 29 Emicke, Feliciano Family, Diana Rodriguez, Giovanna 9:00am Veronica Shurgala r/o Marut Family Munoz, Jorge Bautista, Jacqueline Murray, Aurea Jesse Sanders r/o Betty Holland & Dan George Rivera, Sue Dize, Ellen Meskill, Rosa Herrera, Mauricio 11:15am David Liedtka r/o Friends Rodriguez, Robert Kee, Jimmy Morales, Elizabeth Ellen Liedtka r/o Friends Czap, Elba Gonzalez, Kerry Mumola Kelly, Dawn Kungl, Monday – January 30 Catherine Horn, Cole Andrew Dellacorte, Laura Webb, 12:10am Gino Filipponi r/o Friends Edward Adams, Betty Cooley and our friends at South Ellen Dudas r/o Jane Davis Village: Gregorio Torres, Hope Lederman, Georgina Tuesday – January 31 Youngblood, Dorothy Howell, Bud Glover, Florence 12:10pm Mary Ann Born r/o Friends Glover, Florence Harney, Margaret Helton, Wayne Smith, Special Intention r/o Marie Loveless Rose Curilo, Angie DeBraccio, Tirado Family, Helen Wednesday – February 1 Mulford, Concepcion Reyes, Jr. 12:10pm Antonia Steckel r/o Thomas Steckel & Family OUR DECEASED William F. Cracker, Jr. r/o Dorothy & Carl Joseph Horan, Therese Joseph, Izzy Tagliaferri, Jill Thursday – February 2 – No Mass Kremzier Robertson, Stephen Barreca, Mark Bellan, Friday – February 3 Clarence Caratella, Eleanor Wiles, and our friends at 12:10pm Barber Family South Village – Emily McQuire, Rosalie Davies, Ken Diana Amoroso r/o Dorothy & Carl Cubberly, Lucia Massimi, America Atili, Robert Czyzyk, Saturday – February 4 Fernando Figueroa, Jim Metaliano, Janet Moran 5:15pm William F. O’Brien r/o wife, Lynn OUR MILITARY Lorraine Welsh r/o Michael Milazzo Sunday – February 5 Airman Michael Kinest, US Air Force 9:00am Veronica Shurgala r/o Family Sergeant Peter Bruchez, USMC Lucille Fisher r/o Family Captain Joseph E. Marut III, US Army 11:15am People of the Parish PFC Thomas Evans, US Army Sgt. C.J. McKenna, US Army Saturday, January 28 – 5:15PM Seaman Nathalie Ramos, US Navy Altar Server: Brighid Quinn, Caroline Royal Airman, Emanuel Figueroa, US Air Force Eucharistic Minister: Chris & Bob Hoyer, Craig & Airman, Joshua Blaney, US Air Force Kathleen Ronning, Mary Komjathy First Lieutenant Brian S. Williams, USMC Lector: Michelle Jablonski Presider: Fr. Dennis First Lieutenant Derrick Syed, US Army Sunday, January 29 – 9:00AM Staff Sergeant Raymond Housal, US Army Sergeant Altar Server: Olivia Mangan, Kaitlyn Warner Robert Colella, 1st Class, US Army E. Minister: Holly Mangan, Gary Frank, Brian & Carmel Sergeant Gared Housal, US Army McEvilly, Clare Frank Sergeant Ryan Mc Sorley, USMC Lector: Bill Hennig Presider: Fr. Dennis Lance Corporal Mathew Wolfe, USMC Sunday, January 29 – 11:15AM Lance Corporal William Sinnett, USMC Altar Server: Ryan Allaire, Noah Andujar Lance Corporal Christopher Poinsett, USMC E. Minister: Ann Barbadore, Jose` Diaz, Mary Ann Benz, Lance Corporal Ryan Sharkey, USMC Kieran Todd, Scott Sandford Private First Class Jay Waalkens, US Army Lector: Lucy Folger Presider: Fr. Dennis Private First Class Matthew Conyers, US Army Saturday, February 4 – 5:15PM 25TH Infantry Division – Alpha Company 127 Altar Server: Loughery DeMille Sergeant Alberto Rosario, US Army Eucharistic Minister: Anne DeMille, Sam & Karen Sergeant Ivan Cosme, US Air Force Farruggio, Tom Glover, Teddi Hines Airman Aimee Figueroa, US Air Force Lector: Richard Artis Presider: Fr. Dennis Sergeant Brett R. Flavin, USMC Sunday, February 5 – 9:00AM Hospital Corpsman, Thomas J. Douglas, US Navy Altar Server: Catherine & Daniel Silvernail, Natalia Sczepanski Sergeant Peter F. Miller, Jr. US Army E. Minister: O. Johnson Nagbe, Jack & Carol 1st Lieutenant Matthew Bartomeo, USAF McDonough, John McKenna, Maria Salamandra Major Michael Suter, US Army Lector: Katherine Fugate Presider: Fr. Dennis Sunday, February 5 – 11:15AM COLLECTION Altar Server: Ethan & Madeleine Rizzuto The collection for last weekend amounted to Eucharistic Minister: Maria Milazzo, Edwin Morgan, $6,963.00. Thank you for your continued Michael Rhodes, Helen Smith, Carmella Staub support and generosity. Lector: Sue Fugate Presider: Fr. Dennis CHRISTMAS ~ THANK YOU ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION The poinsettias have been taken away and the We will again celebrate wedding anniversaries nativity set is packed away and so the during the month of February and celebrate a Christmas Season has come to an end, except special Liturgy on Saturday evening, February for the final Thank you to so many wonderful 11, 2011 at 5:15. All couples who are people of Sacred Heart. I offer my gratitude to celebrating their 1st, 5th, 10th anniversary or any all of you for making this time of year a time of multiple of 5 during this year of 2012, are joy and celebration. In particular, I am thankful invited to renew their marriage vows at the to those who coordinated this year’s Giving Liturgy. You are also invited to join us in Msgr. Tree Project, including the set up and Toomey Hall for wine and cheese following the distribution of gifts. Over 400 gifts were given Mass. Please contact the Parish Office before to those in need. Over 650 bags of food were February 9th so that certificates and distributed as well as gifts to the children from preparations can be made. Santa. Thanks to all who made that possible. My gratitude to those who decorated our CONTRIBUTION STATEMENTS church and grounds so beautifully and to all Those interested in receiving a tax statement those who participated in our Liturgies: our documenting donations made in 2011, please Seminarians, Kelly Hall, Anthony Mancino and contact the Parish Office weekdays between our Choir, the Ushers, Servers, Extraordinary 10:00am and 3:00pm at 393-2801 Ext. 109 or Ministers of Holy Communion and Lectors. To email firstname.lastname@example.org. those who contributed to the flower collection, I PARISH REGISTRATION am grateful for your generosity. I offer my Thank you to all who have taken the time to fill sincere and prayerful gratitude to all of you for out the registration forms that were sent in the making this year’s Christmas Season a season November parish mailing. You should have to remember. Your Christmas gift to the received a blank registration form in the mail in Church amounted to $41,433.00. I am very the November mailing. If you did not receive grateful to you for always being so supportive one, please take a registration form from the of our parish. On a more personal note, the vestibule of the church and send it in. You seminarians and I offer our thanks to those may also put the form in the collection basket. who sent Christmas greetings, fruit baskets, The registration form is our only means of and cookies and other special remembrances certifying anyone as a member of our parish so to us during the Christmas season. May God’s if you haven’t registered, please fill a form out blessing be with you and your families also. Thank you. throughout the New Year. Fr. Dennis CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK BLESSING OF THROATS JAN. 29-FEB. 5 In honor of the Feast of St. Blaise, February 3rd The theme for this year’s Catholic Schools a blessing of throats will take place after all Week is “Faith. Academics. Service.” Masses next weekend, February 4th & 5th. Catholic high and elementary schools throughout the Diocese will be having Open 2012 BISHOP’S ANNUAL APPEAL Houses and other special events this week. The Bishop’s Annual Appeal Pledge Weekend Please visit http://trentonmonitor.nj for listings. took place last weekend. If you were away and did not have time to make a pledge, please OPEN HOUSE take a pledge card from the table in the On January 31st from 6 - 8 pm, Trenton vestibule and return it to us as soon as Catholic Academy invites you to join them for possible. Our parish goal is $27,665.00. their Catholic Schools Week Open House for Together as a parish family let us show our high school students. Come see TCA where support of this year’s Appeal with our FAITH is deep-rooted in Christ, ACADEMICS generosity and prayer. are the rule and SERVICE is a way of life. For more information call 609-586-3705, ext. 119. Our History New Jersey’s first Catholic Church, dedicated to St. John the Baptist on June 12, 1814, and was built at Market and Lamberton Streets in Trenton. A small simple brick building 30 feet wide by 50 feet deep, St John’s drew a congregation of 30 families from both sides of the Delaware River, who continued to depend on traveling Philadelphia priests until 1837 when Rev. Daniel Magorien, was appointed the first resident pastor. Fourteen years later, Irish immigrants fleeing the potato famine, had begun to swell the ranks of a congregation of German, French and Irish origin. The cornerstone for a new, much larger St. John’s Church was laid that year at Broad and Centre Streets. Completed and dedicated on August 27, 1848, the new church was classical in design, built of stucco brick with a three-story bell tower. The growth of the parish of St. John was so rapid that wing was added in 1856. On Sunday night, September 30, 1883, fire destroyed St. John’s Church, leaving only the exterior walls, belfry with its bell and cupola standing. Undaunted, Pastor Rev. Thaddeus Hogan inspired his congregation of St. John’s Parish and plans were drawn up for a new church building slated to be dedicated to the Sacred Heart. On August 3rd, 1884 Bishop Jeremiah Shanahan of Harrisburg laid the cornerstone for a new church. On June 12th, 1885 the surviving St. John’s bell, rang out again to signal the partial completion of the new church as Mass was celebrated for the first time in the basement chapel. The basement chapel was designed to seat 1,300, although the pews hadn’t arrived and parishioners stood. Sacred Heart was dedicated on June 30th, 1889 by the Most Rev. Michael S. O’Farrell, first Bishop of Trenton. On the north side of the church a rectory was built and on the south side a Catholic club house was built, both matching in design of the new Church of the Sacred Heart. The Catholic Club where gentlemen could be molded according to the highest standards was dear to the heart of Msgr. Hogan and he achieved his ambition so successfully that it was a cultural center for the men of Trenton for many years. Romanesque Revival in style, Sacred Heart Church was designed by Patrick Charles Keely (1816-1896), himself an Irish immigrant. He was 19th century America’s most prominent and prolific Catholic architect - the designer of many cathedrals in Boston, Hartford, Buffalo, Albany and Chicago, as well as some 150 churches, including ones in New Brunswick, Jersey City, Mount Holly and Newark. In 1918, Msgr. Hogan’s successor, Rev. Peter J. Hart built a modern school and convent adjacent to the rectory. On June 17, 1966 Msgr. Leonard R. Toomey was appointed the thirteenth pastor of the Church of the Sacred Heart (formerly known as St. John). In 1972 the stores, houses and a tavern adjacent to the Catholic Club were purchased from the City of Trenton through an Urban Renewal Program and transformed into a landscaped parking yard for the parish, thus completing the current Parish Campus. Still attracting parishioners from surrounding areas of New Jersey and Pennsylvania, the Church of the Sacred Heart continues its mission to be a source of help and education, a place of vibrant worship, and he security of being a solid Catholic Christian community for all who come. Having been listed on the National Historic Registry for the United States Department of Parks and Wildlife, The Church of the Sacred Heart, moves into the new millennium anticipating the 200th celebration of the Parish in 2014.
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