St. Anthony of Padua
The Year of the Priest436 Port Reading Avenue ● Port Reading, NJ 07064
Phone: 732-634-1403 ● Fax: 732-602-0119
Parish Office Hours: Monday & Thursday – 8:30 AM – 12:45 PM & 1:30 – 3:30 PM & 6:30 – 9:00 PM
Tuesday 9:30 AM – 12:45 pm & 1:30 – 3:30PM ● Wednesday 8:30 AM – 12:45 PM & 1:30 – 3:30 PM
There are no Strangers at St. Anthony’s – Only Friends We Haven’t Met
FATHER WILLIAM J. SMITH, K.C.H.S., PASTOR
FATHER MICHAEL GROMADZKI, PAROCHIAL VICAR
MICKEY COPPOLA, DEACON
MICHAEL BRUCATO, DEACON
THE HOLY EUCHARIST SUMMER SCHEDULE DEVOTIONS
Saturday, Evening: 5:00 PM Liturgy of the Hours – Prayed before Daily Mass
Sunday, 8:00 AM, 10:30 AM, & 5:00 PM Novena to Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal
Daily: Monday & Thursday: 7:00 PM Every Monday evening following the 7:00 PM Mass.
Tuesday & Friday: 7:30 AM Novena to Saint Anthony of Padua
First Saturday of the Month Only: 9:00 AM Every Thursday evening following the 7:00 PM Mass.
Wednesday Communion Service: 7:30 AM
Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Following 7:30 AM Mass on the First Friday of the month.
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION Devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary
Monday Evening: 6:30 PM
Following 9:00 AM Mass on the First Saturday of the month.
Saturday: 4:15 PM, or upon request.
SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM
Baptisms are celebrated on the 2nd Sunday of each month (except
In keeping with the spirit of the Gospel of Christ, our
during Lent.) Parents and Godparents are required to attend the parish through its membership, reaches out in the name of
Baptism Preparation Session. The sessions are held quarterly. Christ in various ministries to help our sisters and brothers.
Sessions are Oct. 23, 2009 7:00 PM and Jan. 16, 2010, 9:00 AM. If you would be interested in becoming involved in some
way, please call the Parish Office, 732-634-1403
SACRAMENT OF MARRIAGE
Arrangements should be made with the Pastor at least one year PARISH REGISTRATION
in advance, which is Common Policy of the Diocese of If you would like to become a member of St. Anthony Parish
Metuchen. Either the bride or groom must be a member of the Family call the Parish Office to make arrangements for
PASTORAL CARE OF THE SICK E-MAIL ADDRESSES
The Bishop’s office has assigned full time Chaplains to the info_StAnthony@verizon.net
various hospitals of our Diocese to minister to the sick. Please email@example.com
notify the Parish Office when a parishioner is in the hospital. If religioused_StAnthony@verizon.net
possible, Father will visit the individual. If you are homebound bulletin_StAnthony@verizon.net
and would like someone to bring you Holy Communion, please youthministry_StAnthony@verizon.net
call the Parish Office. studyhall_StAnthony@verizon.net
WORLD MISSION SUNDAY October 18, 2009
Prayer for World Mission Sunday
Monday, October 19 .. St. John de Brébeuf & Isaac Jogues
and their companions
7:00PM Columbino Galassi
req. by Parish Family of St. Anthony of Padua
Tuesday, October 20th ........................... St. Paul of the Cross
7:30AM Sophie Rokoszak
req. by Irene & Bill Daley
St. Therese of Lisieux
Wednesday, October 21st
7:30AM Communion Service Patroness of the Missions Prayer
Thursday, October 22nd
7:00PM In reparation for the sins of abortion Little Therese of the Child Jesus,
& grace of conversion of hearts
please pick for a rose from the
Friday, October 23rd .......................... St. John of Capistrano
7:30AM John Surik heavenly gardens and send it to me as
req. by The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Port Reading Fire Co. #1 a message of love.
Saturday, October 24th ...................St. Anthony Mary Claret
5:00PM Michele Visicaro – Celenza (3rd Anniversary)
req. by Holly & John Pagliuca
Little Flower of Jesus, ask God today to
Sunday, October 25th ....... 30th Sunday of Ordinary Time
8:00AM St. Anthony Parish Family grant the favors I now place with
10:30AM Charles Ballance (7th Anniversary) confidence in your hands.
req. by his wife, Joan & family
5:00PM Paul DeSantis (51st Wedding Anniversary)
req. by wife, Jackie
St. Therese, help me always to believe
as you did in God's great love for me,
so that I might imitate your
"Little Way" each day.
SCRIPTURES OF THE WEEK
Monday: Romans 4:20-25
Tuesday: Romans 5:12, 15b, 17-19, 20b-21 Let us join with The Holy Father,
Luke 12:35-38 Pope Benedict XVI in his prayers for October
Wednesday: Romans 6:12-18
Thursday: Romans 6:19-23 General Intention: That Sunday may be lived …………….
Luke 12:49-53 as the day when Christians gather to celebrate the
Friday: Romans 7:18-25a resurrection of the Lord by participating in the Eucharist.
Mission Intention: That the entire People of God, to whom
Saturday: Romans 8:1-11
Christ entrusted the mandate to go and preach the Gospel to
Luke 13:1-9 every creature, may eagerly assume their own missionary
Sunday: Jeremiah 31:7-9 responsibility and consider it the highest service they can
Hebrews 5:1-6 offer humanity.
From the Desk of
Fr. William Smith, K.C.H. S.
Last Sunday there was an article in the newspaper about what churches are doing to prevent the spread of the flu
since the flu season is present. The following notice was sent from Bishop Paul G. Bootkoski as well as his letter
dated April 29, 2009.
In Light of the recent health concerns that have arisen about the
potential spread of “swine flu,” it is important to recall Bishop
Bootkoski’s previous instruction about liturgical practices and the risk
of contagion at Mass.
If you are sick (and this hold true at all times not just flu season) you
should refrain from drinking the Precious Blood from the chalice,
receiving the Body of Christ on the tongue and exchanging the Sign of
Peace by shaking hands. It is the responsibility of the individual to
make this judgment. These practices should never be suspended
unilaterally by the priest celebrant or across the board for an entire
parish. Of course the wisest courts of action, out of consideration for
our fellow parishioners, is to stay home when we are sick.
In the event that an epidemic is declared by the health officials
responsible for making such a decision, the bishop will judge which
liturgical practices should be suspended throughout the diocese and
issue instructions accordingly.
Stewardship: VOTIVE CANDLES
God’s Plan for Giving Candles burn constantly as a form of prayer and adoration.
The candles burning this weekend are dedicated…
Collection: October 11, 2009 $5,684.50
Collection: October 12, 2008 $5,890.50 TABERNACLE
In Loving Memory of George Wincek
req. by his wife, Stella
All discipleship involves mission. The bishops’ In Loving Memory of Pat Silagyi
pastoral letter on stewardship reminds us, req. by her daughters
“Every member of the Church is called to
evangelize, and the practice of authentic For My Children A., C., J. & R.
Christian stewardship inevitably leads to req. by JA
In Loving Memory of Gordon & Ann Ur
req. by their family
2009 Bishop’s Annual Appeal In Loving Memory of Anne Covino
req. by Mary & Frank Melillo
Because We Are Church
FROM THE PASTOR’S DESK…
CROSS OF SAN DOMIANO
God’s Blessings for Erin & Casey D’Amato
This week I mailed a follow-up letter to parishioners who req. by Aunt Adrienne & Uncle Richie
have yet to respond to Bishop Bootkoski’s request to
support the 2009 Bishop’s Annual Appeal. If this letter God’s Blessings for Daniele D’Orsi - Caynor
arrived after you made your gift, please accept my req. by Adrienne & Richie
apologies and my thanks for your generosity. Otherwise, I
ask that you prayerfully consider making a gift to the 2009
Bishop’s Appeal. Thank you.
PRAY FOR OUR FAMILY MEMBERS Altar Flowers
& FRIENDS SERVING OUR COUNTRY The flowers are designed by Walsheck’s Flowers of
THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. Woodbridge. If you would like flowers for the altar for
your special intention please call the Parish office. The
Cpl. James Aleszcszyk Sgt. Victor Balint flowers this weekend...
Paul Mudrak LCpl. Drew Novy
Pfc. Michael Barany GySgt. John E. Oberhuber In Loving Memory of George Wincek
LCpl. Anthony Barcellona Pfc. Bryan Palmer req. by his wife,
Pfc. Bowe Bergadahl, P.O.W. Brian Ragas Stella
Pfc. Dashaun Brown LCpl. Daniel Ray
Pfc. Anthony Brucato 1Lt. Jeffrey Regep
1Lt. Cedric Claros Sgt. Stephen Rivera
In Loving Memory of Margaret & Louis Loizzi
LCpl. Daniel Collins Henry Rodriguez
req. by their daughter,
Sgt. Michael Cote Vincent Rodriguez
2Lt. Ryan Daly Ssgt. James M. Rowan
Frank Decicco Pfc. Amy Sabatino
Pfc. Nicholas Donovan Pv2 Chas Salotti
Spc. Timothy Donovan Pfc. William Schneider
LCpl. Richard Jacques Daniel Taylor
Capt. Brian Kibitlewski Capt. Lynn Tustin
EM Justin Kitchen 2Lt. Amy Updike
LCpl. Keith McClay LCpl. Brian Williams
“Lord change my heart”
Sgt. Earl McCracken
In a memorable speech challenging his
fellow House members to ban the practice of
Partial Birth Abortion, Rep. Henry Hyde
asserted: “God put us in the world to do noble things, to
love and cherish our fellow human beings, not to destroy The Parish Family of St. Anthony of Padua welcomes
them. Today we must choose sides.” NRL News, 12/07
Andrew Michael Santeramo
Child of Michael & Adrienne (McCabe) Santeramo
who received the Sacrament of Baptism,
Remember In Your Prayers…… a sacrament of promise and welcome
Our brave soldiers & their families, the
sick and homebound of our parish October 11, 2009
family, especially: Patti Corrente, Cindy Csordos, Debbie
Curry, Bill Daley, James DeFillippo, John Dehmor, Irene DeJoy, We thank their parents for choosing life.
Danielle D’Orsi-Caynor, Sophie Ferioli, Thomas Gilmour, Viola
Gromadzki, Don Harmon, John Kazlauskas, Lynn Killmurray,
Harold Kindlick, Raymond Kreusch, Sr., Dominic LoBianco,
John Marcela, Sharon Marsh, Paul Maynard, Rita Maynard,
Nora Mazey, Stella Medvetz, Kathy Ombres, Victor Pagan,
Anthony Palinsky, Lindsey Rich, Gloria Sabol-Kologi, Anna
Kowalewski, Tara Rizzo, Manolo Romero, Joseph Sacco, Sr.,
Joseph Salvetti, Jennie Santoro, Helen Seguine, Mary Simeone, THE WOMEN’S GROUP OF
Sister Maryellen, Bud Sullivan, Olivia Rae Vargas, Connie
ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA CHURCH
Vining, Tillie Yacovino, Anthony Zuccaro.
INVITES ALL OF THE WOMEN OF OUR
MAKE AN AUTUMN CRAFT
FOR THE RESIDENTS OF
ST. JOSEPH’S ASSISTED
Year of the Priest
When: Saturday, November 7, 2009
Immediately following the 9:00AM Mass
Oct. 19 Msgr. Robert J. Zamorski Where: Fr. Milos Hall,
Rev. Sebastian D. Kaithackal, CMI St. Anthony of Padua Church
Oct. 20 Rev. Lazaro Perez 436 Port Reading Ave., Port Reading, NJ
Rev. Pawel Dolinski, SDS
Oct. 21 Rev. Robert V. Meyers
Msgr. William J. Capik As always, light breakfast will be available
Oct. 22 Rev. Vincent P. Chen free of charge!
Msgr. John B. Szymanski
Oct. 23 Rev. R. Kevin Crowley
Rev. Sean W. Kenney
Oct. 24 Rev. Giovanni Saffirio, IMC
Rev. Kenneth D. Brighenti
Oct. 25 Rev. Kenneth Murphy PLEASE JOIN US ON
Rev. Alphonsus Kariuki, IMC SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2009-10-12
ALL SOUL’S DAY
Monday, November 2nd, is the Feast of All Souls. The Church traditionally
sets this day aside to pray for the souls of all the faithful departed that they
may experience the fullness of God.
The special All Souls Day Commemoration Mass will be celebrated at St.
Anthony of Padua on Monday, November 2nd at 7:30pm to remember
the members of our parish who have died over the past year. Family
members have been invited to join us in this special celebration.
I am expanding the opportunity of those we remember in the
Commemoration Mass. If a member of your family has passed away since
November 2, 2008 and you would like to have your family member
remembered and you would like to participate in the Commemoration
Mass, please call the parish office at 732-634-1403 by Wednesday,
October 28th. You will receive a special flower that will be brought to the
altar when the deceased’s name is called out.
In conjunction with the celebration for All Soul’s Day memorial posters are
available for you to put pictures or remembrances that are placed in the
church. If you would like a memorial poster to decorate you may pick one
up at the parish office or at the table in the narthex. The memorial poster
needs to be returned to the parish office by Wednesday, October 28th.
I hope you can join us on the Feast of All Souls!
Be assured of our continued prayers and love!
St. Anthony of Padua Church
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
Father Milos Hall
All you can Eat Buffet…
Spaghetti, Meatballs, Sausage,
Salad, Bread, Coffee, Tea & Dessert
Take Out Will be Available
Tickets on sale at parish office &
will be available at the door.
Children (6-12) $5.00
5 & under Free
If you would like to help with the dinner or if you can donate a dessert,
please call the parish office.
All desserts can be dropped off on Monday, November 2nd or
Tuesday, November 3rd. Thank you.
“The Spark That Ignited the Holocaust”
Seventy-one years ago, on November 9–10, 1938, the Nazis staged vicious pogroms—state sanctioned, anti-Jewish riots—
against the Jewish community of Germany. These came to be known as Kristallnacht (now commonly translated as “Night of
Broken Glass”), a reference to the untold numbers of broken windows of synagogues, Jewish-owned stores, community
centers, and homes plundered and destroyed during the pogroms. Encouraged by the Nazi regime, the rioters burned or
destroyed 267 synagogues, vandalized or looted 7,500 Jewish businesses, and killed at least 91 Jewish people. They also
damaged many Jewish cemeteries, hospitals, schools, and homes as police and fire brigades stood aside. Kristallnacht was a
turning point in history. The pogroms marked an intensification of Nazi anti-Jewish policy that would culminate in the
Holocaust—the systematic, state-sponsored murder of Jews.
All are Welcome for
An Evening of Reflection
Father Michael Gromadzki
Mr. Josef Korngruen
Monday, November 16, 2009 - 7:00pm
St. Anthony of Padua Church
436 Port Reading Avenue Port Reading
Refreshments & fellowship following in Father Milos Hall
For more information, please call 732-634-1403
St. Anthony of Padua will sponsor their annual used clothing drive. Our parish
will receive money for every pound we collect. Our spring drive raised over
HERE IS HOW IT WORKS...
We will be collecting the following....
• WEARABLE & USEABLE CLOTHING
(MEN’S WOMEN’S, CHILDRENS)
• SHOES, BELTS, HANDBAGS
• LINENS (BEDDING, CURTAINS, TOWELS)
• STUFFED ANIMALS
PLEASE PLACE ALL ITEMS IN TIGHTLY TIED
PLASTIC GARBAGE BAGS READY FOR PICK UP.
DROP OFF DATES:
You may drop off bags at the Parish Office (during Office Hours)
or on the weekends after Mass
BEGINNING OCTOBER 28TH – SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8TH
ALL BAGS WILL BE PICKED UP AT ST. ANTHONY’S ON
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2009
WHAT HAPPENS TO THE COLLECTED CLOTHING?
A&E Clothing Corporation has been involved in school & church fundraising since
1997 in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania & Connecticut. Organizations such as
Franklin High (Somerset), Mater Dei (New Monmouth), St. Joseph Church, (West
Milford) have participated. The clothing is weighed in their warehouse then sorted and
shipped to Africa, Central America, South America, India and Poland.
If you need any additional information please call the parish office 732-634-1403.
ALTAR SERVERS SUNDAY, October 18th
Saturday 10/24/09 Team #7 M. Buonomo, E. Gurney
5:00PM D. Armenti
Sunday 10/25/09 SUNDAY, October 25th
8:00AM J. Pagliuca Team #1 C. & E. Dunn, P. & R. Sierminski
10:30AM M. Lerro
5:00PM N. Koszalka, T. Urbanski
Homebound Ministers 10/24//09- 10/25/09 St. Anthony’s & Murder On Cue Mystery Co.
L. Adamson, S. Gadomski Proudly Presents:
5:00PM C. Coppola, J. McGuinness, H. Pagliuca,
J. Sciandra Who whacked Tony Loprano?
Who could have done such a thing? Could it be his crew boss
Sunday 10/25/09 Paulie Peanuts? His right hand man Slivio? Or how about his
8:00AM L. Casey, G. Sutphen, C. Trotto, R. Walter non-grieving wife Carmella or the ever innocent rival Mob Boss,
10:30AM M. Ambrose, T. Ambrose, M. Russo, B. Siswo Vito Carbone?
5:00PM C. Cacace, F. Cacace, S. Ringwood
In order to find out who done it, you will have to join the
LECTORS “Familia” and the wacky cast of suspects, in a wild night
Saturday 10/24/09 of Dean Martin sing-a-longs, Mystery, Murder, and
5:00PM A. Olah, S. Olah Mayhem! Guest will have the opportunity to win clue
Sunday 10/25/09 sheets by answering fun Gangster Movie Trivia!
8:00AM J. Rebecca
10:30AM Family Mass [5th Grade] Sat., Oct. 24th 6:30PM
5:00PM M. Oddo Cost: $35 per person
Tables of 10 can be reserved.
Catering by HOMETOWN DELI
DON’T MISS OUT! CALL THE GANG!
SUNDAY, October 18th ..........................................7:00PM
Bingo Team #7 Captains: M. Oddo
Caller – A. Kurucz Proceeds go to St. Anthony of Padua
Team #6 F. Fiorito
For ticket information please call 732-634-1419 and leave
MONDAY, October 19th ......................................12:30PM
a message. Someone will get back to you.
Bingo Team #1 Captain– J. Carpenito
Caller – J. Drahos
Kitchen – J. Lerro & F. Fiorito
SUNDAY, October 25th .....................................7:00PM
Bingo Team #8 Captain – S. Olah
Caller – R. Rolon Youth Ministry Updates
Kitchen Team #7 Captain – J. Lerro
MONDAY, October 26th .................................... 12:30PM Oct. 25 5:00PM World Youth Day / Meeting
Bingo Team #4 Co-Captains–L. Brenner, J. Minucci Nov. 11 7:00PM Advisors Meeting
Caller – V. Mihalek Nov. 15 6:00PM Meeting
Kitchen – J. Lerro & F. Fiorito Nov. 21 9:00AM Rake-n-Run
at St. Anthony of Padua at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel
Monday, October 19th Friday, October 23rd
Bingo 12:30PM Fr. Milos Hall Bingo (doors open 5:00PM) 7:30PM Parish Hall
Study Hall 2:15PM Fr. Milos Hall (located next to the church)
Religious Ed. (gr.7 & 8) 5:15PM School #9 Holy Family Prayer Group
Pastoral Council 7:30PM Rectory Mtg. Rm. Meeting 7:30PM church Basement
Tuesday, October 20th
Study Hall 2:15PM Fr. Milos Hall Please come to any of our weekly prayer group meetings
Children’s Choir 4:15PM Church and / or each first Friday of the month for our First Friday Mass
Contemporary Choir 7:00PM Church & Novena (Sacred Heart of Jesus) and blessing of all the birthday
celebrants for the month. We begin at 8:00PM
Boy Scouts 7:00PM Rectory Mtg. Rm.
Cub Scouts 7:00PM Fr. Milos Hall
Wednesday, October 21st Our 5th grade students and families
Seniors Meeting 11:00AM Fr. Milos Hall will be participating in this month’s
R.C.I.A. – IV-A 11:30AM Chapel FAMILY MASS on October 25th at
Study Hall 2:15PM Fr. Milos Hall the 10:30 Mass. Their class will be held at the usual time
R.C.I.A. – IV-B 7:00PM Chapel but in Fr. Milos Hall at church. All other classes will be
Adult Choir 7:00PM Church held at School #9.
Thursday, October 22nd
Study Hall 2:15PM Fr. Milos Hall Confirmation 2009
AA 8:00PM Fr. Milos Hall The time is just flying by, before you know it, the day will be
here. Don’t wait to order your class picture ($15) and / or
Friday, October 23rd Video ($35).
Study Hall 2:15PM Fr. Milos Hall
Baptism Prep. Session 7:00PM Fr. Milos Hall Reminder: Practices for Confirmation are at 4:00PM at Our
Saturday, October 24th Lady of Mt. Carmel in Woodbridge on Wednesday and
Boy Scouts 9:00AM CAR WASH Thursday, November 11th & 12th. Your sponsors do not have
Murder Mystery Dinner 6:30PM Fr. Milos Hall to attend the practices; they will receive their instructions
when we meet at 4:45PM just prior to the start of the Mass.
Sunday, October 25th
Religious Ed (gr.1-6) 9:00AM School #9
“ Grade 5’s class 9:00AM Fr. Milos Hall
R.C.I.A IV A & B 9:00AM Chapel AFTER SCHOOL STUDY HALL PROGRAM
2nd Grade Parent Mtg. 9:15AM School #9 OPEN TO STUDENTS GRADES 1 – 8
God’s Little Helpers 10:30AM Fr. Milos Hall Sponsored by St. Anthony of Padua
Family Mass (Gr. 5) 10:30AM
World Youth Day Mass 5:00PM Now available for School breaks and
Bingo 7:00PM Fr. Milos Hall non-national holidays!
For information contact:Frank Cacace at 732-754-8401
JOIN US ON A TRIP TO
TANGER & ROCKVALE OUTLETS
PORT READING LANCASTER, PA.
BOY SCOUT TROUP #31 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6th
OCTOBER 24th Bus departs Knights of Columbus Parking Lot: 7:00AM
9:00AM – 1:00PM Dinner at Shady Maple Smorgasbord, Lancaster: 4:00PM
at Approximate return to Knights of Columbus: 8:30PM
ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA CHURCH Cost: $45.00 (includes dinner)
Please call Claire Miloscia 732-969-0270
sponsored by Don Bosco Columbiettes
4th DEGREE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
ANNUAL SPAGHETTI DINNER ALL YOU CAN EAT Spaghetti Dinner
Middlesex Knights of Columbus Hall Children Affected by Cancer
On the corner of Amboy Avenue & Main Street
Woodbridge, NJ 07095
Salad Spaghetti Meatballs Sausage
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18th, 2009 Cake Ice Cream Coffee Tea
1:00 PM – 6:00 PM
When: Friday, October 23rd
Adults: $6.00 Seniors: $5.00 Time: 4:00pm – 8:00pm
Children (10 & under): $3.00 Where: Hungarian American Citizens Club
95 Port Reading Ave., Woodbridge
Cost: Adults - $8.00
Children – 6 – 11 yrs. old - $4.00
MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER (5 years old and younger – FREE)
It takes much effort just to make ends met in
our world today. Do you wish you could talk
For more information please contact
about something besides all the stresses in
Prodigal Foundation, Inc. , 73 Main St., Woodbridge, NJ
A Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend gives you the
time and tools to revitalize romance, deepen
communication, and norish the spirituality in your ANNUAL “HOLIDAY HELP” PROGRAM
marriage. The next Worldwide Marriage Encounter You are cordially invited to join Haven Hospice and the
Weekend will be held October 23rd – 25th. Costello-Greiner and Costello-Koyen Funeral Homes for
this year’s “Holiday Help” program which offers support
Phone 1-888-827-NJME for registration and information. and suggestions to get through the upcoming holidays for
Or visit: www.wwmecentralnj.org for more information. those who have experienced a recent loss of a loved one.
Refreshments will be served following the presentation.
DATE: Wednesday, November 18th
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Family
cordially invites you to join them on a PLACE: Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel
Journey of Faith to the HOLY LAND & Conference Center
515 Rt. #1 South, Iselin
Feb. 24th – Mar. 5th, 2010 (formerly the Woodbridge Sheraton)
$1899.00 – (Double Occupancy)
Plus airport tax & fuel surcharge Please RSPV by November 12th
to the Costello Funeral Home at 732-634-0264
Join us on this wonderful Holy Land Pilgrimage to Jerusalem,
Bethlehem, Nazareth and Galilee. The fee of $1,899 + airport
tax and fuel surcharges of approximately $348 includes airline HOLY FAMILY PARISH
ticket, first class hotels, breakfasts and dinners, sightseeing in Holy Family Parish Annual Flea Market,
the cities indicated and other stops in the ministry of Jesus. Oct. 24th 8:00AM – 2:00PM. Vendors
We’ll have an English-speaking tour guide and a Spiritual
Wanted. For information call 732-541-5736.
Director to celebrate daily Mass. Act now to reserve a space.
For details pick up a flyer from the narthex table or contact All You Can Eat PASTA DINNER & COMEDY
Cherie Gumapac at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish Office (on NIGHT November 7th at 6:00pm. Adults $22.00,
Tues/Wed. & Thurs) at 732-634-1438, her cell phone 732- Seniors and children 12 – 18 years $18 (No children
485-6006 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org. under 12 please)