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INFORMATION UPDATE

GOOD NEWS: The Diocese offers "Faith @ Home" for you and your family to pray this Holy Week, please click on the link to the right.

SAD NEWS: There are many scams happening at this time, Fr. Bill WILL NEVER EMAIL YOU FOR MONEY EVER. Do not fall for a scam claiming to be from St. Denis Parish, Fr. Bill, or the Diocese; always call and talk to Fr. Bill on the phone if you have any questions. (I am asking for you to please mail in your donations or use our secure on-line giving, please.) And, unfortunately, no Palm has been delivered to us this year.

MESSAGE FROM FR. BILL
My Brothers and Sisters, the Lord be with you. Please know I offer mass each day for you and your families and pray for all.

As we continue during this pandemic, I draw your attention to four places I ask you to connect with:

  1. This, our parish, Website as we keep updating information.
  2. The on-line bulletin, with link on the upper-right side of this page.
  3. Our Facebook page, with link on the left side of this page.
  4. The Diocese of Trenton website with live-streaming of Holy Week liturgies with our bishop.

For a list of streamed or recorded Masses available online, or television stations airing the Sunday Mass, click the image below.
Regular updates will be posted on dioceseoftrenton.org/coronavirus

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Look for our Easter Basket blessings in the right column, for you to have at home, and check out the information on Formed too.  Please know of the masses and prayers of Fr. Joe and Fr. Lew as well the prayers of Deacon Gary and Deacon George for you and for all.  To not be together and to not receive Communion is the biggest sacrifice a Catholic can make, and we are being asked to make this sacrifice. We are asked to stay at home and we know that we can pray at home in solidarity with each other. In your prayers, I ask you to please join together in Spiritual Communion each day:

My Jesus, I believe that You are present in the Most Holy Sacrament.
I love You above all things, and I desire to receive You into my soul.
Since I cannot at this moment receive You sacramentally,
come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You. Never permit me to be separated from You. Amen.

Our Bishop reminds us of the great quote: remembering that “nothing can separate us from the love of God that comes to us in Christ Jesus our Lord (Romans 8:39).”

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL FOOD PANTRY UPDATE:
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE: CURBSIDE PICK-UP OF PREPACKAGED FOOD WITH APPROPRIATE SOCIAL DISTANCING.
Questions or special food needs?
Please call our hotline number at 732-223-1383
Please note adjusted pantry hours:
Tuesdays: 1PM – 3PM and
3rd and 4th Saturdays from 10AM – 12noon
At this time, donations may be dropped off curbside by the pantry during regular pantry hours or on the front porch of the rectory, under the overhang.
Items requested for food pantry donation:
Depleted: ketchup, mayonnaise, box milk (like Parmalat), canned green beans, crackers (like Ritz or saltines), Spam, canned chicken, pancake syrup, pancake mix, cookies, sugar, small bottles of vegetable oil, hot chocolate, regular tea, microwave popcorn
Very Low: canned pasta meals, microwavable pasta meals and mac & cheese cups, microwaveable meals (like Hormel), canned vegetables (corn, carrots, peas), grape jelly, dish liquid, paper towels
PLEASE NOTE: THE FOOD PANTRY IS MORE THAN “OVERSTOCKED” WITH EASTER CANDY!
Thank you for your thoughtfulness!

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