the Livestream logo (<-see left) to watch
recently recorded Masses & select parish events.
not take some time aside this Lent to nourish your soul?
year's Lenten mission
will take place on
March 9, 10 and 11 (at
7:30pm in the Church).
preacher, Fr. John
Collins, has conducted more than 200
missions in the past decade and is often seen on the streets of NYC
video series 'You Don't Know Jack'. Below is a clip from his
near St. Patrick's Cathedral.
God a Second Thought', will help you discover your own personal faith
learn the importance of taking that story beyond the walls of the
church. Each evening will focus on a
- March 9 - 'What
10 - 'Why
Prayers Don't Work'
11 - 'Ten
Kinds of People We Don't Have to Love
mission one, two
or all three nights - bring a friend or two! Refreshments will be
provided at the Mission's close each evening. Please
note that the
material presented each night is primarily directed
to adults. Questions? Please
contact Annette Gallagher at
201-612-4660 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cornerstone VI is March 20-21. For more information, please
contact Jody Guariglia at
about giving one Saturday to God this Lent?
information below about the Women's and Men's Commissions
taking place at Seton Hall University this March. Both days
prayerful, spirit-filled and life changing! The day includes
breakfast and lunch and opportunities for the sacrament of
Mass will be celebrated by Archbishop John J. Myers. Ticket
is $25/adults, $20/seniors, $15/students. To register, call
or visit the websites below.
Your Mother” - Saturday,
dynamic line-up of speakers, including Immaculée Ilibagiza,
New York Times best-selling
author and Rwandan genocide survivor, who will share her inspirational
faith, hope and forgiveness. Please
register at www.rcan.org/womcom.
men, “Be Not Afraid...He is With Us” - Saturday,
presentations and discussion groups
as well as testimonials! Please register at www.rcanmenscommission.org
MERCY SUNDAY IS APRIL 12 - CLICK HERE FOR ADDITIONAL
of Christian Initiation of Adults
keep in your prayers the following persons as they continue
in prayer, and study to seek initiation into the Catholic Christian
community. Meetings are held in the Ministry Center on Wednesday
evenings from 7:30-9:30pm.
Diana, Apryl Helder and Prescott Scofield) will celebrate the Rite of
on Saturday, February 21 at 5:30pm.
Brown, Owen Davitt, Sergio Galvez, Matthew Guariglia, Brandon Lanski,
Rivara and Victoria Rivara) celebrated the Continuing Call to
the weekend of February 14-15.
is the process of
initiation into the Catholic Church. We invite you, or someone you
grow in faith and to be part of our Catholic community.
RCIA process will continue with additional sessions in 2015
on Wednesday evenings. If
interested, please contact Fr. Thomas Blind at
201-445-3703 x303 or email@example.com.
The RCIA process is for:
(18 & older) who are interested in becoming Catholic, including
those who are not baptized and those who are baptized in another
Catholics who are in need of receiving First Communion or Confirmation.
is also for Catholics who have not been attending church and want to
renew their faith; get reacquainted with the church.
Click here for a
reflection on today's readings.
for a daily three minute retreat.
Click here for a daily
reflection from Sacred Space (Irish Jesuits).
for daily Mass from EWTN.
BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP
are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted.’
parishes of St. Catharine, St. Gabriel and Our Lady of Mt. Carmel
are jointly sponsoring a Bereavement Support Group which will meet on
mornings in the spring at St. Gabriel in Saddle River. You need not be
parishioner to attend. The group will meet from 9:30-11am in the Kavin
and run for eight weeks beginning on April 10th and ending on May 29th.
intent of these meetings is to support one another during
the beginning stages of the grief process. Only those people who are
going through grief or have experienced loss can relate.
Being a part of a grief group is a way
helping others which can contribute to our own healing. In this group,
stress confidentiality and mutual support. There are no "shoulds" in
We let others who have gone through the grief process help us
deal with our grief. We learn to lean into our pain. It cannot be
cannot go around it, over it, or under it. We need to go through it; we
be good to ourselves, putting balance into our lives through prayer,
resting, relaxation and work. Grief takes time. Unrealistic
the healing process.
is required; walk-ins are not accepted. Contact Annette at
firstname.lastname@example.org OR 201-612-4660 OR Sr. Esther at
email@example.com OR 201-327-5663 x11.
the heart of every
caregiver is a knowing that we are all connected. As I do for you, I do
me.” ~ Tia Walker
If you are
a caregiver and would like to learn more about
resources to help you and your loved one as well as to find support
in a faith-based environment, this is the group for you. Please come to
next Caregiver Support Group on Thursday, March 5 from
in the Ministry Center Meeting Room. If you have any
questions, or if you are unable to leave your loved one alone to
call Mary Alice Coghlan at 201-652-4305.
Ministry Network (parishes of St. Catharine’s and St.
Anne’s) invites all
unemployed/underemployed men & women to join their ministry which
support through prayer & helpful guidance in the job search
If you have any questions or would like to participate in the
please call: Ed Grzesiak 201-321-5144, Eamon Jennings 917-841-2558,
Lederer 201-286-9354, Lou Cuomo 201-657-3838, or Steve Zmuda
We continue to seek possible employment opportunities. If you
know of a
job opening and/or the hiring manager’s name in a company, please
email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
or drop them off to the rectory marked "St. Cajetan Opportunities"
and we will forward them on to the group.
Thur., March 5 - St. Catharine’s Ministry Center Mtg.
floor) – 7-9pm
Sat., March 7 - St. Anne's Faith Center, Fair Lawn (rectory, lower