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Seventeenth Sunday Ordinary Time by 73E1jI3D


									                                           MARY, MOTHER OF GOD CHURCH

Seventeenth Sunday Ordinary Time                                                                 

                                                                      FIRST FRIDAY – August 3
                                                                       8:15 Rosetta Giuliano, request of Cathy Daniels
                                                                             Ronald Corey, request of Maryann Pepsin
                                                                      12:00 Bianca Pena, request of Mary Sanfilippo
                                                                             Sr. Rita Lane, request of Mary/Ron Finnegan

                                                                      FIRST SATURDAY – August 4, St. John Vianney
                                                                       8:15 Concetta Ferrigno, request of Anna Giglio
                                                                             Paul Bradley, request of the Enny Family

Jesus said, "Have the people recline." Now there was a great                      Candles ~ July 29 – August 4
deal of grass in that place. So the men reclined, about five
thousand in number. When they had had their fill, he said to          CHAPEL SANCTUARY CANDLE
his disciples, "Gather the fragments left over, so that nothing       In Loving Memory of Karl and Daniel Deigert,
will be wasted."                             - John 6:10, 12           request of Wife/Mother.

                                                                      ADORATION CHAPEL CANDLES
                                                                      Special Intention for Donna Tama, request of Ellen and
                                                                      In Loving Memory of Edna Seeley, request of The Adorers.
               8:15 a.m. and 12:00 p.m.                               NEXT WEEKEND
                   Monday to Friday
            6:30 a.m. Communion Service 
                                                                                  Eighteenth Sunday
MONDAY – July 30, St. Peter Chrysologus, Bishop
  8:15 Anna Kneipp, request of Richard/Kathleen Moore                             in Ordinary Time
       Ronald Corey, request of Eleanor McCann
12:00 Alicia Moody, request of the Muscenti Family                    SATURDAY VIGIL MASS (August 4)
       Eleanor Ruth May, r/o M/M Laurence Reilly/Family                5:00 PM       Deceased Members of the Hemberger
                                                                             Family, request of Marge/Bill Hemberger
TUESDAY – July 31, St. Ignatius of Loyola, Priest                            Dorothy Dougher, request of Son and Wife
 8:15 Robert Theall, request of Family
      John Dicks, request of Daugther                                           MARY, MOTHER OF GOD CHURCH
12:00 Antonio Spalliero, r/o wife, Domenica                                                                      August 5, 2012
      Marc Cino, request of Family                                      7:30 Deceased members of the Daniels/Salmon Families,
                                                                              request of Catherine Daniels
WEDNESDAY – August 1, St. Alphonsus Liquori
                                                                        9:00 For the members enrolled into the Monthly
 8:15 Joseph Gulotta, request of Maureen/John Toth
                                                                              Memorial Mass
      Rose Kelly, request of Marie Senno
                                                                       10:30 Billy Ackerman, request of Barbara/Katie
12:00 Thomas Corcoran, request of Lorraine Furlong
                                                                              St. Mary Parishioners
      Ronald Corey, request of the Coberg, Holbert,
                                                                      12:00 Peggy Simmons, request of the Crowe Family
      Huderwitz Families
                                                                        5:00 PM       Albert Cozzati, request of Ault/Hollaway
THURSDAY – Aug. 2, St. Eusebius of Vercelli, St. Peter                        Families
                                            Julian Eymard
 8:15 Josephine Camba, request of Lotori Family                                       Parish Bulletin Board
      Edward Glinka, request of Erin/Michael Mazzolla                 Next Weekend. . . .
12:00 Peggy and Dennis O’Connor, r/o the Moore Family                                 Missionary Co-Op Appeal
      Rose Galligan, request of Mary Ann/Joey Ariana
                                             MIDDLETOWN, N J

                                         Jesus is Lord!
                                      Veni, Sancte Spiritus!

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
In my recent homilies, you have heard me preach about the upcoming “Year of Faith” and “the New
Evangelization.” Last week in my Pastor’s Notes, I wrote about the “Year of Faith;” this week I would like to
write about “the New Evangelization.”
The New Evangelization calls each of us to deepen our faith, believe in the Gospel message and go forth to
proclaim the Gospel. The focus of the New Evangelization calls all Catholics to be evangelized and then go
forth to evangelize. In a special way, the New Evangelization is focused on 're-proposing' the Gospel to those
who have experienced a crisis of faith. Pope Benedict XVI called for the re-proposing of the Gospel "to those
regions awaiting the first evangelization and to those regions where the roots of Christianity are deep but
who have experienced a serious crisis of faith due to secularization." The New Evangelization invites each
Catholic to renew their relationship with Jesus Christ and His Church.
The New Evangelization offers hope. Jesus grants all people rest and comfort from the world's burdens, (Mt.
11:28) by offering us the hope of salvation and eternal life. Through the “re-proposing” of the Gospel, the
Church seeks to comfort all those who are burdened. The New Evangelization offers the gifts of faith, hope,
love and new life in Christ.
The Church in the United States can be likened to the mustard seed. The Church has been present in the
Americas since the first missionaries arrived in the 15th Century. Over the past five centuries, the Church's
foundation has sprung up and taken root in the U.S., spreading her branches and offering shade to the weary.
This can be seen simply by looking at the work of Catholic Charities on behalf of the poor, the network of
Catholic schools offering education to millions, and the commitment of U.S. Catholics to the Church's social
justice teachings. However, there is still work to do.
The 2008 Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate (CARA) study “Sacraments Today: Belief and Practice
Among U.S. Catholics,” provides a glimpse into the beliefs, practices and attitudes of U.S. Catholics. According
to the study, only 23% of U.S. Catholics regularly attend Mass once a week, while 77% self-identify as proud
to be Catholic. These statistics also reflect the numbers in the Diocese of Trenton and our very own parish.
These statistics point to the need for the New Evangelization.

The seed of the Church is present, but the message of Jesus Christ needs to be re-sown and watered for those
who have already heard Christ's call, but who have not been fully evangelized or catechized. Truly, the seed
of Christ's message has taken root and yielded much fruit in past seasons. In the spirit of the New
Evangelization, I again invite all parishioners to commit to “just one hour a week” in Eucharistic Adoration.
Your weekly “holy hour” will yield even greater harvests for Christ in the future so that all people can dwell
in the shade.

Have a Blessed Week!                       In Jesus and Mary,
                                             Father Jeff Kegley
                                     SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

            “To everything there is a season                            and a time to every purpose under heaven.”

. . .a time to be born. . . . Mackenzie Elizabeth Murdoch, Elena Elisa Spitalieri, Vanessa Charnee Cipriani,
                               and Christian Augusto Lugo

. . . .a time to love. . . . . . . .. . . . Elizabeth Fletcher and Daniel Werner

. . .a time to heal. . . . . . . .                             Lord of Life, you desire wholeness for your people. Be
with those who ask for help. Please bring health, healing and hope to those in our community who are sick especially,
Matthew Szotak, Sr., Lori Seggio, Pat Teehan, Betty Osborne, Sister Sharon, Rose Kuleshewsky, and we ask You, Lord,
to watch over those who are hungry, the homeless, for all those facing unemployment, for the victims and their
families in the Aurora, Colorado shootings, 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, for those that suffer from
depression, 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)… Dorothy Rizzo                       Stephanie Hardman, Betty D’Angelis (np), Gina Brien (np), Joseph Accurso,
                              (former parishioner),
        Sr., Karen Schmidt (np), Russell Meyer, and Margaret Convery;
        (3)… Carolyn Corey (np), Eleanor Bartelotti (np), Jimmy Stanislawczyk (our maintenance man), Mary Catherine
        Genoriki (infant), Helen Bossinger, Camille McQuillan, and Eileen Theall,

        (4)… Johanna Dixon (np), Rick Rizoli (np), Janet Van Natten DiStasio (np), and Elizabeth Donnelly (np-14 yr old),
        (5)… Angela Catania, Karin Egger (np), Betty Martingano, Kevin Rogers (np), Tony Frazee, Sr. (np), Sandra Lorena
Ospina (np), William Dolan III, Shirley and Robert Griffiths (np), Judy Dini, Addie Calandriello, Kevin McGowan, Craig
Bahrs, Bonnie Osborne, Shannon Glich, Justin Gabriel, Joseph Wehner, Patricia Teehan, Henry Ballasty, Roberta
‘Bobbie’ Lonergan, Mac and Terry Lyden, Rita Young, Gary and Lorrie Hermann (Parents of Sister Sharon), Eileen D’Alvia,
Tracy Spece (np), Morgan, Colin Bibaud (child), Vincent Fumo (np), Kevin Kret (St. Leo’s), Terry McGhee (St. Ann’s), Anne
Liddy, and Noel Anderson.
              Intentions will be listed for five weeks and then removed, unless the requestor calls to extend it.

. . .a time to be Born to Eternal Life…. Sally Ride (first woman astronaut in space), Florence Peters, Phyllis Finn, Valerie
Eschbach 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,
                PFC Michael Leist, Afghanistan ~ Staff Sergeant Craig Kubolka II, Army Ranger, 7th Deployment to the
                Middle East ~ Greg Charpek, U. S. Coast Guard, ~ A.J. Knudsen, U. S. Army ~ Chief Ryan Gerdon, U. S.
Navy, Africa ~ Daniel Dunne, U.S. Navy ~ H.M. Ashley Thompson, U.S. Navy, ~ Lt. Col. Kevin Meisler, Army Reserve ~
Captain Josh Pershing, U. S. Air Force, 3rd tour-Iraq ~ Master Gunnery Sgt. C. T. Gregoire, Marines ~ 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; Nicole (deployed to Qatar) and Justin Westmoreland, Air Force ~
Lance Cpl. Jonathan Bagnato, Andrew Leroy, 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.”
                                                      JULY 29, 2012

                             Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults

               NOW is the HOUR                                             for YOU to Encourage

               Anyone of the following to enroll in the RCIA NOW!

                         Those baptized i n another Christi an Traditi on,
                          OR, those who have been baptized Catholic,
                           but have not completed the Sacraments of
                                 Euchari st and/or Confirmation.

                       To enroll in the R CIA Process, call 732 - 671-0071.
                                   Sr. Gloria will return your call.

                                                                                Intercession for Life
                      Thank You!                                           Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
        Stewardship of Treasure                                         For those who care for the sick and suffering;
                                                                  that their words and actions will always reflect the dignity
                                                                                and worth of those they serve,
Week of July 21-22, 2012:                                                           We pray to the LORD:
                       T O T A L        $22,603.00                               Intercession for
Candle Offering…………………………$                  305.00
                                                                                Vocation Awareness

                  Thank You!                                         That the preaching of the Word, the offering of the
                                                                  Sacrifice of the Mass and administration of the sacraments
  God bless you for your continued support!                        will attract new servant-leaders, priests, to celebrate the
                                                                                   Good News in the world;
                                                                                    We pray to the LORD:

Each year about this time, our parish participates in the
Missionary Cooperative Plan in which we invite a
missionary representative to speak to our parishioners on
behalf of the community he/she represents. Next week, Fr.
Richard Reece of the Foreign Missions of the Oblates of St.
Francis de Sales, will join us asking for your prayers and
monetary donations to continue the work of the Oblates.
                                         JULY 29, 2012

                                  Union of Prayer

Hezekiah was a God-fearing king who brought about reformation among the Israelites. His son,
Manasseh, however, was an evil ruler who, although he watched his father walk with God and live
according to God’s Word, chose to ignore God.

Manasseh worshiped false gods, even to the point of sacrificing his sons by fire in order to praise
Moloch. He practiced much evil – including witchcraft and sorcery – and led Israel astray, thereby
provoking God’s anger. The king, along with the people, paid a high price for their rebellion.

Why do I relate this story? Because I believe, it illustrates the Lord’s intolerance of a nation’s
disregard toward Him. Consider our country. We, too, have become a nation that pushes God aside
– one that has turned away from the only true God and embraces idols. Oh, we don’t worship
statues of stone, but we worship money, sports ability, fame, reputation, to name a few.

Our wonderful country, the United States of America, was founded on biblical principals with the
intent to guarantee freedom of worship. But over time, we have removed the Lord from many
aspects of our public life. Prayer in schools, for instance, was deemed unconstitutional. A mother
can murder the baby in her womb and we call it “Freedom of Choice!” What was once a “Nation
under God” has turned into a country that tolerates a growing number of sins and yet belittles
absolute truth.

When a nation turns its back on the Lord, His judgment is inevitable unless the people repent and
return to His loving and merciful arms.

            Intention for the month of August:

                   Pray that the Lord will draw our country back to Himself and that the truth of
                   the gospel will once more spread throughout our land..

                                                                                  +Deacon Charlie

                            SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

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

            “There is a boy here who has five barley loaves and two fish;
                       but what good are these for so many?”
                                                                                                 -John 6:9

The miracle of the Loaves and Fishes is the only one of Our Lord’s miracles, which
is recorded six times in the Gospel. It carries two important messages.
       First, no matter how little we have, we always have enough to share.
 Second, Christ can take our humble gifts and do great things with them if we are
                               just willing to let Him.

                            From our Twinning Ministry ~

        As you saw last week, The Village of Chucilla completed construction of its church. We also
        had an opportunity to visit Santa Maria, another Community that had just started building
              their own church even though it is located a very short distance from Chucilla.
        The priority to build a church is very much part of their culture and not something that is
               easy for us to understand when they appear to have so many other needs.
          We spent some time discussing their needs and then our brothers and sisters provided
             some cake and soda to celebrate our visit. –David Legg, for the Twinning Team

                                     SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

                       St. Mary’s Faith Community Nursing Ministry

                        How to Protect Kids from Whooping Cough

       Whooping cough was once a terrible menace to U. S. children, with hundreds of thousands
of cases reported annually. Then a vaccine drove cases down, and the illness became thought of
as rare and even antiquated. But it never totally disappeared, and now there’s been a spike in

      With nearly 18,000 cases so far this year, health officials say this is shaping up to be the
worst national epidemic in more than 50 years for the highly contagious disease.

      Worrisome numbers have been reported in more than a dozen years. Cases in New York
State have tripled since last year.

                                   What’s a parent to do? Some advice ~

FIRST STEP: Make sure your child is up-to-date on vaccinations against whooping cough, or
pertussis. There are 5 doses, with the first shot at 2 months, and the last between 4 and 6 years.
A booster shot is recommended around 11 or 12. It’s part of routine childhood shots that also
protect against diphtheria and tetanus.

PROTECT YOURSELF: Adults who are around kids should get a whooping cough booster shot
so that they don’t spread it to young children, who are the most vulnerable to whooping cough.
Nine young children have died so far this year. The booster for teens and adults, approved in
2005, was combined with the tetanus booster that adults are supposed to get every 10 years or so.

VACCINE NOT PERFECT: No vaccine is 100% effective, and its ability to fend off infections
wanes as years pass. But even diminished vaccine protection is better than nothing, and usually
people who are vaccinated have milder cases. In this current epidemic, experts are investigating
whether the childhood shots and the booster offer less lasting protection than previously

WATCH FOR SYMPTOMS:             The illness typically starts with cold-like symptoms that can
include a runny nose, congestion, low-grade fever and a mild cough. Infants may have a pause in
breathing, called apnea. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advises parents to see a
doctor if they or their children develop prolonged or severe coughing fits, vomiting and

       The name comes from the sound children make as they gasp for breath. The disease is
spread through coughing or sneezing. Whooping cough is treated with antibiotics. The earlier
the better!

                                                                                                           Eileen Theall, R. N.

                                          The Eucharist and Adoration. . . . .Create silence within yourself, for God is the
                                          friend of silence. He is always waiting for us in silence – to speak to us and to
                                          listen to us. “In the silence of our hearts, God speaks of His love; with our
                                          silence, we allow Jesus to love us.” (Mother Teresa of Calcutta)
                               SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

Registration for Grade 1 and RE-Registration for Grades 2-8 are now being held. If you have not registered for
the 2012-2013 School Year – the Application Form can be downloaded on-line at the Parish Website, After completing the form, please bring it to the Parish PREP Office located with the
Parish Offices – in Mary, Mother of God Church. Summer hours for the PREP Office are Monday thru Friday,
9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. If you need any information or assistance, please call the Prep Office, 732-671-8550.


St. Mary Parish Parents:

       Mater Dei Prep is offering two athletic camps during the month of August.
       1) Boys Basketball Camp is open to all boys in Grades 5 through 8. The Camp begins Monday, August 6th
          and runs through Thursday, August 9th. The camp takes place in Memorial Hall and starts at 5:00 p.m.
          and ends at 8:00 p.m. Cost for the camp is $25.

       2) Boys Track and Field Camp is open to all boys in Grades 5 through 8. The Camp begins Tuesday,
                           August 7th and runs through Thursday, August 9th. The camp takes place on the
                           Mater Dei Prep track and starts at 6:00 p.m. and ends at 8:00 p.m. Cost for the camp
                           is $25.

                            Please contact the Campus Athletic Director, Dennis Tobin at 732-671-9100 if you
                            have any questions.

                              St. Mary’s Athletic Association

                                       FALL SOCCER 2012
Fall Soccer is open to boys and girls ages 4-14. Games are on Saturdays
September 8 through October 27, 2012 at Harmony School fields. $77 for 1
child; $117 for 2 or more children in the same family. $20 late fee added after
August 11th. To register go to:

             Jesus reminds us. . . .‘Love one another as I have loved you’
                                 SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

                                      Mary Mother of God
                                 Spiritual Adoption Apostolate


       Everyone loves the beauty and innocence of a baby. As an expression of that love, we will begin an adoption
program on August 11/12, 2012. You will have the opportunity to “spiritually” adopt a child who is newly conceived
that month.

       Not all newly conceived babies are allowed to be born. In fact, more than 4,000 babies lose their lives to
abortion each day. It is these babies that you are being asked to “adopt”.

         You may “adopt” a child individually or as a family by signing up during the weekend of August 11/12. You
will be asked to name the child for whom you will be praying, thereby giving the baby the humanity he or she deserves.

       You will be asked to pray a 10-second prayer each day for your unborn child and for all unborn children – for
the power of prayer is great!

       A monthly report describing your baby’s development from conception to birth will be printed in the bulletin.

       There are millions of unborn babies desperately in need of your prayers. Won’t you please “spiritually” adopt
one and share the love for life that God has given you?

This program has been approved for us in the Diocese by the Respect Life Ministries of the Diocese of Trenton.

                                                 God bless all of you,
                                                                            Mother of God Respect Life Committee

Parishioners from St. Mary’s Parish have helped support our community blood supply for decades! With
almost 100 donors presenting, Tuesday’s blood drive contributed 81 units of blood to our Center!
Thank you to all the donors, to those who tried to donate blood and to those who were able to “give the gift of

You heard our need for blood and you came! You are all LIFE SAVERS! You have helped so many who are
just not able to help themselves. . . .and on behalf of all of those patients….Thank You!

The Blood Donors from St. Mary’s have put St. Mary’s Parish in the TOP 3 Churches for “Largest
Collections and Most Consistent in Blood Collections.” Please accept the value in holding this honor.

We truly thank all the people who participated in Tuesday’s drive. Please put your hands together to thank
all the donors and all the volunteers who led a wonderful drive!

Let’s continue to all help each other save lives – until next year – February 12, 2013! Enjoy your summer!
                                                  -Holly Thompson, Area Manager, Central Jersey Blood Center

                                       SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

             ExtraOrdinary Ministers of Holy Communion Workshop

                                   There will be a sign-up and instructional meeting for parishioners willing to
                                   serve at Sunday Mass as an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion
                                    on Tuesday, August 7th at 7:30 p.m. in Mary, Mother of God Church.

                                   For more information: Call: 732-671-0071 or Email:

    2012 Lebanese Heritage Days
Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Catholic Church,
Fourth & Ferry Streets, Easton, Pennsylvania will
be celebrating their 35th Annual Festival on
Saturday, August 4th and Sunday, August 5th.
                                                                           August 25, 2012 – 5:00 p.m. Mass
Saturday, 5:00 p.m. to Midnight and Sunday 11:00                            St. James Church, Pennington
a.m. – 10:00 p.m. Admission is free; rain or shine.
                                                                      Msgr. Walsh’s Installation Ceremony as Pastor of St.
On the menu: delicious Lebanese food and pastries,                    James Church, Pennington, N J will be held on
live music and dancing! Children activities and also                  Saturday, August 25, 5:00 p.m. Msgr. extends an open
a ‘Market Place’.                                                     invitation to all who would like to attend.
For more information you can email: or visit their website:                                                        September 8, 2012 – 5:00 p.m. Mass
                                                                            Mary Mother of God Church
                                                                      Bishop David O’Connell will be our guest to install
                        For Rent                                      Father Jeff Kegley as the 16th Pastor of the Parish of
One of our parishioners has two bedrooms in her home that             Saint Mary. The installation will take place at the 5:00
she would like to rent to a St. Mary’s parishioner. If this is        p.m. Mass on Saturday, September 8th, the Nativity of
something you may be interested in --- please call                    the Blessed Virgin Mary. All are invited to attend.

                Vendors Wanted                                         Our Poor Boxes are The Bread Boxes
                                                                                  for the Poor
Vendors wanted for the First Annual Middletown St. Jude
Walkathon to be held on Saturday, October 13, from 10:00              Our St. Vincent de Paul Society has set up poor boxes
a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Mater Dei Prep track and fields on               beneath the Statue of the Good Shepherd in the Narthex of
Cherry Tree Farm Road. You would need to bring your                   Mary, Mother of God Church.
own table and the cost is $35. Please call Therese at 908-                    Please don’t forget about us as you enter or leave
461-4369                      or                     email            Church.                                    God Bless you, and Thank You
     ________________________________________________________               for your response

                                                                        Members of St. Vincent de Paul Society

                                   SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

                                         St. Mary’s Travel Group

                          All trips …. Contact Fran Timpanaro, 732-708-0430

Monday, August 13th
Broadway’s Newest Disney Musical “Newsies” - This musical is packed with fun and
show tunes you will sing all the way home, high energy and family friendly. Any Disney
musical is a hit. Up for 20 Awards – eight of which are the Tony’s. $141.00 per person,
includes transportation, show ticket, gratuity, 7:30 show time; planning on leaving Mater Dei Prep parking
lot at 4:30 p.m. Let me know how many tickets you will need asap.

February 3rd to 9th, 2013
All-inclusive trip to Montego Bay, Jamaica - Great price that you will need to hold with a deposit of
$350.00. Holding only 30 spots. Great time to get away from the cold weather. Price will be $1,550.00 per
person, double occupancy. More details on single and triple occupancies to follow. Includes transportation
to and from airport, airfare with United (was Continental); hotel/all inclusive, tips, tax and insurance.
Resort only six miles away from airport. Holiday Inn / Sun Spree Resort Hotel & Spa.
Dead Line to hold you a spot 8/29/12

March 15 to March 20, 2013
Enjoy New Orleans!
Experience the Altars of St. Joseph on St. Joseph’s Day! See the St. Patrick’s Day Parade like never before.
Air, Air Tax and Land $1,999.00 per person sharing double room. Round trip flights, transportation by
luxury motor coach in New Orleans, Hotel accommodations based on twin bedded rooms, 5 nights, full
breakfast (6), French Quarter, New Orleans City tour, St. Joseph Altar, St Louis Cathedral, St Patrick’s Day
Parade, Food and Beverage Museum, Italian American Cultural Center, Ferry to Algiers Point and stroll
quaint historic streets. For more details please call Fran Timpanaro at 732 708 0430.

                                       Claddagh na nGael . . . .
                                Is proud to announce that Patricia Murphy ADCRG will be
                                offering Irish Dance instruction to children of all ages.
                                Classes will be held at the Knights of Columbus on Fair Haven
                                Road in Fair Haven, NJ. starting Friday, September 14th.
                                For information, Patricia may be reached at 732-531-7309 or

                            The Sisters of Mercy ~ Annual Golf Classic

-will take place on Monday, September 17th, at the Navesink Country Club in Middletown. “Fore” all the details
on this most worthwhile event, which benefits the retired and infirmed Sisters, please call Linda Cavallo at 908-756-0994,
ext. 4006 or email –

                              SEVENTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

From our PREP Office. . . .

Dear Parishioners of Saint Mary’s,

       Miss Joyce Veress is the daughter of one of our Catechists. Now, Joyce is battling cancer and we
wanted to let you know that there is a way that you can help show your support to Joyce. We know that
here at St. Mary’s, we can always count on everyone to come out and do whatever they can.

                 on Saturday, August 4, 2012
                    5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
             The Washington Engine Fire Company
                     176 Jackson Street

                 Suggested donation: $8.00/person

 Donations can also be made out to: “Firefighters Helping Firefighters”
              In the check memo: fbo Joyce Veress (fbo= for benefit of)
        Send to: M. E. Haley Hose, 4 Cross Road, Matawan, New Jersey 07747
                         Thank you, and May God Bless You,
                             Sister Sharon Santos, f.c.l.g.

                                     END OF BULLETIN

CHURCH NAME:             Mary, Mother of God Church

CHURCH CITY:             Middletown, N J

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                         PHONE NUMBER:                      732-671-0071

                         FAX NUMBER:                        732-671-6125

                         EDITOR/ CONTACT:                   Joan Kaminski


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