A United and Diverse Roman Catholic Parish

in the Diocese of Trenton and served by the Franciscan Friars Conventual

Sunday, January 29, 2023

FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

Link for Sunday Readings: Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time | USCCB
Second Collection is for Building Repairs

Saturday, January 28, 2023

4:00 pm      Sunday Vigil Mass (Fr. George)
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Seaside Heights

4:30 pm   Sunday Vigil Family Mass (Fr. Michael)
Saint Catharine of Siena Church, Seaside Park

 

Sunday, January 29, 2023

8:00 am       Sunday Morning Mass (Fr. Michael) with Livestream
Saint Catharine of Siena Church, Seaside Park

9:30 am      Sunday Morning Mass (Fr. Noel)  
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Seaside Heights

11:00 am       Sunday Morning (Fr. Michael)
Saint Catharine of Siena Church, Seaside Park

 7:00 pm       Misa en Español (Fr. Michael)
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Seaside Heights

Saturday Afternoon

Sacrament of Reconciliation with Individual Confession
1:00 pm at Saint Catharine of Siena Church (Fr. Michael)
3:00 pm at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church (Fr. George)

Weekday Masses

Monday, Wednesday, Friday
8:00 am at Saint Catharine of Siena Church

 

Tuesday, Thursday and First Saturday
8:00 am at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church

POPE FRANCIS’ VIDEO TO EDUCATORS

For educators – The Pope Video 1 – January 2023 – YouTube

In The Pope Video for January, brought to you by the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network, Francis proposes that educators “add new content to their teaching: fraternity.” He invites them to “become community builders” and prays that they may be “be credible witnesses, teaching fraternity rather than confrontation.” Indeed, the Pope remarks, educators do much more than teach mathematics, geography, or history: “Educators are witnesses who not only impart their mental knowledge, but also their convictions, their commitment to life.” “I would like to propose that educators add new content to their teaching: fraternity. Education is an act of love that illuminates the path for us to recover a sense of fraternity, so we will not ignore those who are most vulnerable. Educators are witnesses who not only impart their mental knowledge, but also their convictions, their commitment to life. They know how to handle the three languages well: that of the head, that of the heart, and that of the hands, all in harmony. And hence the joy in communicating. And they will be heeded much more attentively and will become community builders. Why? Because they’re sowing this testimony. Let us pray that educators may be credible witnesses, teaching fraternity rather than confrontation and helping especially the youngest and most vulnerable above all.”

 

 

 

 

 

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