Welcome to the Church of Saint Denis Website.     There will be only one Mass celebrated on Thanksgiving Day at 8:30 am.     The Rectory Office will be closed Thursday, 11/26/15 and Friday, 11/27/15 in observance of the holiday.    We wish all our parishioners and friends a very Happy Thanksgiving!

 elcome to St. Denis Church. 
We are a Roman Catholic Community of Faith located in the Diocese of Trenton, New Jersey under the leadership of Bishop David M. O'Connell. 

Please feel free to visit the pages of our Parish Site, learn about who we are as a community of faith and the services our parish provides. If you are thinking about moving to the Manasquan area (Manasquan, Brielle or part of Wall Township), we invite you to make St. Denis your parish home.



Week Day Masses(Monday-Friday)7:30am St. Denis Church
Saturday Daily Mass: 8:30 am
Saturday Evening: 4:30 pm St. Denis Church
8:00 am, 9:30am, & 11:00am St. Denis Church 
10am Our Lady Star of the Sea Beach Chapel
Holy Day Vigil Mass: 7:00 pm St. Denis Church
 Holy Day Masses: 7:30 am & 7:00 pm St. Denis Church

Saturday from 3:15 until 4:00 PM. Church & by appointment.

In a financial crisis and seeking help? Visit our St. Vincent de Paul Society page or call the pantry hotline at (732)223-1383 

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Thank you for your generous and faithful support!
Click here for directions on obtaining your Electronic Giving Tax Credit letter!

Advanced Healthcare Directives
Everyone – even those who are not old or ill – ought to complete an Advanced Directive.  Find more information about  Advanced Directives posted on the NJCC website: 
Find approved Catholic Healthcare Directives here in English and in Spanish


From the first moment of our existence, we are all called to a life of service. For some it is marriage, some may be called to serve others through the single life. For a select few, that call is to serve through a life of consecrated religious or ordained ministry.
Could this last be YOU? Could God be reaching out to you to serve His people as a priest, permanent deacon, religious sister or brother?
Find out more by talking to one of our parish clergy, religious sisters or by contacting the Diocese on the Web at our
Office of Vocations here.

"Why Should I go to Mass?
I'm getting nothing out of it!"

Ever hear someone you love (maybe even yourself) say this? Click here to download and listen to this free excellent podcast "I'm Not Being Fed" by Mr. Jeff Cavins, noted speaker and Catholic Biblical scholar! 
Link provided courtesy of patrickmadrid.com

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