Our Live Masses will be celebrated this Saturday at 5:00 pm.
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Please be advised that church will start to open for PRAYER only.

Masses will continue to be live streamed virtually on Saturdays at 5 pm.

Confession with Father Michael is available through appointment only- please contact the Rectory at (201) 440-2798

Phase One Hours

Monday-Saturday 9 am-3 pm  (Use main glass door)
Sunday’s 7 am-1 pm  (Use side door by ramp)
Face Masks are required to enter the church and gloves or hand cloths must be worn or used to open the doors.
Please note: We are not open for masses… just open for prayer.
Once inside church, please practice social distancing rules.
Be well and stay heathy. ✝️



May 20, 2020
Dear Friends of the Archdiocese,
I want to take a moment to thank all of our priests, staffs and parishioners serving on the frontlines of this pandemic, particularly our first responders, law enforcement officers, nurses, doctors, teachers, volunteers, chaplains, and so many more – who witness courageously to Christ’s command – “love one another as I have loved you.” In one way or another, perhaps, more aptly, in many ways and another, they have striven to continue the mission of Christ and his Church and truly lived the Christian call to faith, hope and charity.
As an Archdiocese, we strive to care for and serve all the People of God and, in a special way, the needs of the poor and vulnerable, boldly proclaiming the Gospel, and forming the next generation of Catholics through our programs and ministries. Although a little more hidden, distanced, and in new ways these last few weeks – we continue to shine Christ’s light and ensure that all who come to us still have their physical and spiritual needs met. All our people have worked hard together, using former and new ways to bring the sacraments to the faithful, food to the hungry, assistance to those in need. Using their time, talent and treasure to continue the mission of Jesus Christ, I’ve heard countless stories of disciples offering “five loaves and two fish” so that the Lord might “feed” thousands.
I express my profound and heartfelt thank you if you have already made a gift to the 2020 Annual Appeal. Your generosity allows the Church of Newark to continue “feeding” all God’s children. Your gift will have a direct impact on the lives of all those we serve. If you have not yet made a gift, may I ask you to please take a moment to pray about it, and kindly consider how you can support the mission of our local Church. Now more than ever, your help is needed to sustain our parishes and ministries.
With gratitude and imploring God’s abundant blessings on you, I remain
In Christ,
Rev. Msgr. Thomas P. Nydegger
Vicar General

Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark



My dear brothers and sisters in Christ,
Happy and joyful Easter to you all! I know with what is going on in the world right now you are probably thinking how can I say Happy and Joyful Easter? Well, it is because that is exactly what I am feeling this Easter. Matter of fact I think I am feeling it more this year then I have for many years! Don’t get me wrong of course I would rather the church be filled with people rather than celebrating mass for a camera, I would rather the church be filled with flowers for the Easter celebration and in the evening I would rather go to a restaurant with my family for a nice Easter dinner as we had planned. However, I come to realize that for years I have taken Easter for granted, I have forgotten to really think about what Easter is all about. This year will all the “normal” things I would do on Easter not happening it left me time to think about what Easter is really all about. It is about Christ rising from the dead and thus opening the gates of Heaven for all of us, it is about Christ leading us to our own resurrection and life eternal! A life that will last forever, a life that is filled with that does not have pain, suffering, sickness or VIRUSES! A life filled with joy, peace, happiness and love which has not limits and never will end!

Mass Intentions

MONDAY, MAY 4, 2020

            8:30    For the People of the Parish

 TUESDAY, MAY 5, 2020

            8:30    Vincenzo Asala by the Asala Family


            8:30    Annv. John Uzzalino by the Family

 THURSDAY, MAY 7, 2020

            8:30    Michael Policastro by the Family

 FRIDAY, MAY 8, 2020

            8:30    Joseph & Dennis Panagia by Mr. & Mrs. William Panagia

 SATURDAY, MAY 9, 2020

            8:30    Deceased Members of the Vasak & Braun Families

                             By the Turk & Vasak Families

            5:00 pm    Antonia Tursi by Nancy Romano

 SUNDAY, MAY 10, 2020

            8:00    Michael & Clelia DeLucia by the Asala Family

          10:00     Esther & Julius Mosca by Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Schinn

         12:00     For the People of the Parish

MONDAY, MAY 11, 2020

            8:30    Annv. Guido Padula by Gina DiCristofaro

TUESDAY, MAY 12, 2020 

            8:30    Josephine & Michael Perone by Mr. & Mrs. Phil Iacono

 WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 2020

            8:30    Andrew Napotina by Velona Napotina

 THURSDAY, MAY 14, 2020

            8:30    For the People of the Parish

 FRIDAY, MAY 15, 2020

            8:30    Joan Polis by Fr. Michael

 SATURDAY, MAY 16, 2020

            8:30    Deceased Members of the Witkowski Family

                             By Trudy Witkowski

      5:00 pm    Americo Varrichio by Mr. & Mrs. Mike Nasta

 SUNDAY, MAY 17, 2020 

            8:00    For the People of the Parish

         10:00     Annv. Armand Palazzi by the Family

         12:00     Falco Family by the Family

Please pray for: Kellie Salata, Kelly Chinchar, Jessica, Carol Mangino, Gloria, Daniel Breslin, Stanley, Helen Traina, Joseph Marrone, Bill Marshall, Anthony, Michael, Joseph, Christine Morrison, Jessica Esopo, David McShera, Theresa McPeak, Walter Eckel, William, Steve, Pat, Audra, Philip, Dan Marshall, Frank Bennick, Larry Purcell, Bernadette, Francis Reilly, James Weiss, Chrissy Martin, Anne Trainor, Don Trainor, Rosemary Malangone, Elizabeth Malangone and Maricel Dino.

It is the best way to ensure our parish receives the support needed for our operating expenses and ministries? eGiving through Parish Giving! We are excited to introduce “Enhanced Stewardship through Electronic Funds Transfer” for your weekly offertory. No more envelopes or last-minute check writing! Electronic giving is safe and easy for you and good stewardship for the parish. Please enroll today by visiting www.icchackensack.com. and click on the logo that is on top of the website. Increased enrollment with Parish Giving will help stabilize our parish finances. There are brochures in the pews or visit Parish Giving at www.parishgiving.org

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