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Rev. Lawrence J. Fama, Pastor Rev. Msgr. Peter J. Zaccardo, Pastor Emeritus Rev. Kevin Schott, Parochial Vicar Rev. Jonathan Yabiliyok, In Residence Deacon Anthony A. Balestrieri Deacon Joseph L. Mantineo Angela Connelly, Director of Religious Education Steven H. Taylor, Music Director Thomas Viola, Youth Minister Sr. Barbara Takacs, M.P.F. Principal St. Peter Academy (Co-Sponsored School)
Our Mass Schedule
Saturday - 8:30 AM and 5:00 PM Sunday - 8:00,10:00 AM and 12:00 Noon
Family Mass (With Children’s Liturgy of the Word) at 10:00 AM
- Our Mission We, the Catholic Community of Our Lady Queen of Peace, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, are called to live and proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We Praise God while sharing His Joy and Truth through Word, Worship, Community Service, and Stewardship. We share our gifts of Time, Talent, and Treasure in a tapestry of diverse cultures as we gather together to celebrate our Roman Catholic Faith. Serving our Lord God through the Liturgy and Eucharist, our ministries welcome all into our parish Family.
Daily - Monday-Friday 8:30 AM Holy days - See Bulletin for Mass Schedule
Saturday - 1:00 PM or by appointment Social Services Help Line 1-800-CCS-7413
Website: http://www.olqp.org/ Email: email@example.com
Rectory 201-845-9566 Fax: 201-845-3742
Religious Education 201-845-9545
St. Peter Academy 201-261-3468 http://www.spare.org/
Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time October 17, 2010
I lift up my eyes toward the mountains; whence shall help come to me? My help is from the LORD, who made heaven and earth. — Psalm 121:1-2 READINGS FOR THE WEEK Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday: Friday: Saturday: Sunday: 2 Tm 4:10-17b; Lk 10:1-9 Eph 2:12-22; Lk 12:35-38 Eph 3:2-12; Lk 12:39-48 Eph 3:14-21; Lk 12:49-53 Eph 4:1-6; Lk 12:54-59 Eph 4:7-16; Lk 13:1-9 Sir 35:12-14, 16-18; Ps 34; 2 Tm 4:6-8, 16-18; Lk 18:9-14
Our Stewardship of Treasure for 10/10/10 amounted to $5,558.00 / Our Children’s Collection = $37.00 Repairs and Maintenance is $2,636.00
Please remember to place Our Lady Queen of Peace Parish in your Will. Those who generously did this in the past have helped us to stay out of a heavy debt.
OCT. 2010 SUNDAY
OLQP CALENDAR / firstname.lastname@example.org 10/17 Soup Kitchen Ministry - Eva’s 8:00am Rosary Society Mass / Parish Communion Breakfast 8:30am Religious Ed. Classes (S) 10:00am Lit. of the Word for Children Family Choir (CH) 12:00n Adult Choir (CH) 7:30pm Maywood & Music Rehearsal (A) 9:30am Bible Study - Deacon Joe (S) 6:30pm Religious Ed-Grade 1 Parents 7:30pm Bible Study - Deacon Joe (S) Novena (CH) 9:30am Legion of Mary (LR) 7:15pm RCIA / RCIC (LR) 7:30pm Maywood & Music Rehearsal (A) 7:30pm Adult Catechism Class (S) Alive in the Spirit (LR) 6:30-8p Family Choir & Adult Choir (CH) 7:00pm Prayer Shawl Meeting (LR) 7:30pm BINGO (A) 6:00pm Tricky Tray 8:30am Religious Ed. Classes (S) 10:00am Assumption College for Sisters Choir (CH) Lit. of the Word for Children 7:30pm Maywood & Music Rehearsal (A)
(A) Auditorium / (CH) Church / (C) Convent / (LR) Lower Rectory / (S) School
JOIN US! - Tickets are on sale now for a fun night!
Friday, October 22nd. Tickets are on sale at the rectory or call Joyce at (201) 880-5011 or Monica at (201) 315-0553. SAVE THE DATE - DECEMBER 12, 2010 ONE DAY ONLY 10:00am – 5:00pm 27 Vendors will offer a wide selection of Beautiful Homemade Gifts SPONSORED BY ARTISAN EXPOS & brought to you by The Rosary Society
WEDNESDAY 10/20 THURSDAY 10/21
Immaculate Conception Novena
Once again we will soon be having our Immaculate Conception Novena. For nine consecutive Mondays we will gather in church to pray the Miraculous Medal Novena. This year spiritual reflections will be given on the various titles of Our Lady found in the Litany of Loreto. Our Novena began on Monday, October 11th at 7:30 P.M. and will continue each Monday at 7:30 until November 7th .
STEWARDSHIP: Why do we put off doing good until tomorrow? Why do we wait to be wealthy before giving? Is not the gift of ourselves better than money, and is there any time when we could not offer a tear or a smile to someone who is suffering? Cannot a word from us strengthen someone in distress? Cannot an act of pure love coming from our depths brighten a sad life?
Elisabeth Leseur Elisabeth Leseur († 1914) was a French married laywoman whose cause for canonization is underway. PARISH EVENTS
FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY
10/22 10/23 10/24
Important!! Please Note!! October, Month of the Holy Rosary
In recognition of October as the month of the Holy Rosary, members of the Holy Rosary and Altar Society will be leading parishioners who attend the Saturday Evening Mass in a recitation of the Rosary. The Recitation will begin promptly at 4:30 PM in the church and will end in time for the beginning of the 5 PM Mass. Rosaries will be distributed to those who do not have any. The five Glorious Mysteries will be cited, and the Rosary will be said for the intentions of our Holy Father, Pope Benedict. This will be done only at the 5 PM Saturday Night Masses in October!
October 17, 2010 Dear Parish Family, Today is the 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time. The activities in our parish are in full swing. Yesterday we celebrated our Annual Anointing of the Sick Mass. The Mass is, in my opinion, one of the most important and beautiful of the entire year. It is the faithful hearing the Lord’s invitation “Come to me all who are weary and find life burdensome. I will refresh you.” It is an opportunity for the parish in a special way to reach out to all who are weighed down by health issues or advanced years. The Anointing Mass is rich in symbolism, ritual, and history. The Laying on of Hands and the Anointing with Oil goes back to the time of Christ and the Apostles. The Sacrament is a powerful one and often misunderstood. It is a Sacrament of healing and strength. It is a Sacrament that offers serenity and peace especially for those who will undergo surgery. I thank all who helped to organize this special liturgy. I take this opportunity to say thank you to the Ministers of Holy Communion who regularly bring the Eucharist to the homebound of our parish. Their work “behind the scenes” helps the Church be present to those who are unable to come to church. I thank the First Responders (EMT’s, First Aid Squad members) who were present at this Mass and luncheon. Speaking of lunch, I thank Justine Garcia, the members of the Hospitality Committee, and the young people of our Religious Education Program for their help in organizing and serving our guests at the luncheon following the Mass. At the 8 AM Mass today the members of our Rosary Society will gather and then, following Mass, will proceed to Biaggio’s in Paramus for their Annual Parish Communion Breakfast. Sr. Barbara Takacs, M.P.F., Principal of St. Peter’s Academy, will be the guest speaker. Sr. Barbara, who resides in our convent, has been the principal at St. Peter’s for 25 years. I thank the members of the Rosary Society for their dedication and service to our parish. Every time there is an event in our parish the Rosarians are there offering their time and talent. Our Rosary Society is one of the largest in the Archdiocese. If you would like to be a member please call the Rectory. On October 24th the Assumption College for Sisters will join us at the 10 am Mass. The college, located in Mendham, is a liberal arts college for Women Religious from around the world. The events that I have mentioned here are possible because of people like you. It is everyone working together , sharing their time and talent that makes these and so many other activities possible. If you are not involved in one of the growing number of activities in our
parish, please ask yourself, “What can I do?”, “How can I share my time and talent with my sisters and brothers in Christ?” Then please answer the invitation and get involved. I thank you for your Stewardship of Time, Talent, and Treasure and for all that you do for the life of our parish. Love, Fr. Larry 60TH ANNIVERSARY NEWS
Mark This Year's Calendar - November 7, 2010
Our 60th Anniversary celebration will begin with Mass at 3 pm on Sunday, November 7th. Bishop John Flesey, D.D., will be the main celebrant and homilist, along with clergy who have served here in the past. All parishioners are invited. Following the Mass we will proceed to the Hasbrouck Heights Hilton for fun, fellowship, good food, and great dancing with a live band. The reception begins with a cocktail hour from 5 to 6, and then dinner and dancing from 6 to 9. The cost of tickets for the reception is $85, and there are about 30 left. These will be available on a first come, first served basis. You may obtain a ticket by calling (201) 845-9566. After the weekend Masses on November 13th and 14th, there will be a 60th Anniversary exhibit in the auditorium. Admission is free to all parishioners. There will be an opportunity to purchase the 60th Anniversary journal and a souvenir magnet, along with the chance to win some great prizes. Although we have some prizes already, we are still looking for additional items. If you would like to donate something (such as a weekend getaway, spa treatment, tickets to a sporting event, theater, or concert, restaurant certificates, etc.) please contact Susan at the parish center (201) 845-9566.
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PRAYER FOR PEACE - Mary, Queen of Peace, save us all, who have so much trust in you from wars, hatred, and oppression. Make us all learn to live in peace, and educate ourselves for peace, do what is demanded by justice and respect the rights of every person, so that peace may be firmly established. Amen Pope John Paul We invite all our Parish Community to write a note / letter to our soldiers overseas. We pray that they may be safe. Keep Paul Bezak, Carolyn Rocco, and all the soldiers in your prayers.
LCPO Paul Bezak 2/6 WPNS CO, 81st PLT UNIT 73170 FPO-AE 09510-3170 Carolyn Rocco 24 EFIS APO AF 09309
St. Celine Feast Day : October 21st
Dates Oct. 17th through Oct. 24th, 2010
Sunday - Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time Oct. 17th 8:00 am Marge Deitrick 10:00 am George F. Rullo 12:00 pm Mary E. Aughinbaugh (6th Anniv.) Monday - St. Luke, Evangelist Oct. 18th 8:30 am People of the Parish Tuesday - St. John De Brebeuf & St. Issac Jogues, Priests and Martyrs, and their Companions, Martyrs Oct. 19th Oct. 20th Thursday Oct. 21st Friday Oct. 22nd 8:30 am Oct. 23rd 8:30 am 5:00 pm Oct. 24th 8:00 am Bud Rauch Living & Deceased Members of the Pretara Family Rose DiMaria Saturday - St. John of Capistrano, Priest; BVM 8:30 am Joseph Walsh 8:30 am 8:30 am Dec. Members of Villani Family Harry Hartman Wednesday - St. Paul of the Cross, Priest
We have very few details about the life of this saint who is best known as the mother of St. Remigius, Bishop of Rheims at the time of the conversion of the people of Gaul under Clovis. St. Celine miraculously gave birth to St. Remigius when she was already at an advanced age. Immediately after giving birth, about 438, she also gave sight to the hermit Montanus who had three times foretold the birth of the saintly Bishop. After a holy life filled with good works and assiduous prayer, this saintly woman attained the rewards of heaven about the year 458. She was buried near Lyons, probably at Cerny, where she had lived. Unfortunately her relics were destroyed during the French Revolution.
A few members of the parish have inquired in regard to having non-gluten hosts made available to them. Happily we now have them. For those who wish to receive Holy Communion with this Altar bread, we ask the following: 1. that you contact the rectory and advise us which Mass you will be attending. 2. that you see the priest that is having the Mass at least 10 minutes before hand. 3. that you sit near the front of the church so you can be the first person to receive from the celebrant. 4. if you have called the rectory to let us know that you have this special need but are unable to attend the Mass you have stated, let us know that you will not be present.
Sunday - Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time Ethel J. Parodi (3rd Anniversary) 10:00 am Stan Szymanski (5th Anniversary) 12:00 pm Maria Endrigo
All Souls Novena of Masses
Tuesday, Nov. 2nd begins our All Souls Novena of Masses. Please place the offering envelopes with the names of your loved ones in the box in the back of the church or you may place it in the weekly collection basket or drop it off at the rectory. Envelopes are available in the back of the church. PLEASE REMEMBER IN YOUR PRAYERS:
Altar Bread & Altar Wine in Memory of Samuel Monaco by his Family Additional Altar Bread, Wine and Candles in Memory of Anthony Amoruso by Edith McCormick Note: Please remember the Altar Bread, Wine and Candles can be memorialized by calling the Rectory. 201-845-9566
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Lloyd Bartels, William Bergmann, Ruth Bonday, Jackie Byrne, Helen Dunleavy, Gudrun Hagele, Ed LaTourette, Marcia Laughery, Tom Loizzi, Misty Mantineo, Jonathan Mechan, Betsy Merz, Jim Minihan, Virginia Mary Minihan, Steven Monahan, Marilyn Montemarano, Elizabeth Morrell, Christine Napoli, Julius Nemes, Doris Neumann, Thomas Niemczyk, Thomas O'Neill Florence Paolella, Kathy Puzziferri, Christopher Quigley, Fran Ruffino, Diane Salsman, Paul Sanchez, Keaton Sarro, Lois Schutz, Brenda Schwarz, Bernice Stavola, Mariano Terdoslavich, Ralph Troisi, Barbara Tropia, Domenica Trovini, Dr. Robert Valgento, and Giovanni Alberto Villegas.
NEW MASS TRANSLATION-Please go to our website
www.olqp.org to view the upcoming changes in the wording of several parts of the Mass. These translations will help the English speaking Church to be closer to the original text and will begin on November 27, 2011.
In addition to EWTN Channel 135 there is TelecareTV on Channel 137 (IO/Cablevision). The channel has Mass, devotions, and various speakers. http://www.telecaretv.org/
MASS INTENTIONS / INFORMATION
If you have a family member who is in a nursing home or rehabilitation center, please notify the Rectory so we can arrange to visit them.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION - firstname.lastname@example.org
RESPECT LIFE COMMITTEE
Abortion is not healthcare because killing is not healing.
For more info: www.prolifealliance.com or email@example.com.
PARENTS ARE THE FIRST TEACHERS OF THEIR CHILD.
We are in need of substitute teachers to help out in an emergency. Our catechists rarely call out, but they are parents too and might need to tend to their own children when they are ill. We usually know in advance and will provide a lesson for you. Please call Angela at the Religious Education Office (201-845-9545). Upcoming Events for Parents Grade 1 Parents’ Meeting – Tomorrow, October 18th 7pm in the auditorium (Parents only) Grade 2 Parents’ Meeting – Sacrament Preparation – Monday, October 25th 7pm in the auditorium (Parents only) Confirmation Candidates All 8th graders are to attend their first Retreat next Saturday, October 23rd from 12noon – 5pm in the auditorium. You will then attend the 5pm Mass. You are also reminded to sign the Mass book in the lobby of the church every week when you attend Mass.
Bergen County High Schools - Open Houses 2010-2011 Immaculate Conception HS, Lodi www.ichslodi.com Queen of Peace HS, North Arlington www.qphs.org Bergen Catholic HS, Oradell www.bergencatholic.org Don Bosco Preparatory HS, Ramsey Www.donboscoprep.com Oct. 17, 12-2pm Oct. 17, 11am Oct. 26, 7-9pm Oct. 31,1-3pm
Any woman who is pregnant and in need can get help. She never has to feel that abortion is the only option and can find assistance at the following numbers:
New Jersey law allows a mother who cannot keep a recently born baby to leave the baby at a hospital or a police station, no questions asked.
For information call 877-839-2339. Post Abortion Healing / 1-877-HOPE 4 ME / rachelsvineyard.org Crisis Pregnancy Helpline/1-888-4-OPTIONS Birthright/1-800-550-4900 or 201-845-4646
RESPECT LIFE UPDATES The New Jersey Right to Life has endorsed Michael Agosta, candidate for Congress in the 9th District, due to his support of pro life issues. Please remember to vote on Tuesday, November 2nd. It is your right and duty as an American and as a Roman Catholic to help bring New Jersey back to Life. For more details, go to www.njrtl.org. A federal bill sponsored by NJ Congressman Chris Smith and co-sponsored by 150 plus Bipartisan House Members is a comprehensive abortion funding ban which will also apply to the new national health care program Pres. Obama signed into law. The success of this bill rests upon electing prolife people into the Senate and Congress. Please vote to end abortions in this country. A LIFE AT CONCEPTION ACT is currently being discussed in Washington, DC. If passed, it would remove the judicial roadblock to protecting life by legislatively defining when life begins. It is S.346 in the Senate and H.881 in the House of Representatives. Please call or write your representatives and urge their support. If not now, when? The babies need your help now. Thank you. 40 DAYS FOR LIFE - This year, 40 days for Life began on Sept. 22nd and will end on Oct. 31st. Join thousands of people around the country for this peaceful and prayerful 24/7 vigil. Our 40 Days for Life will be held across the street from the abortion mill on Zabriskie St., Hackensack. For more info-Ray Escalon: (201) 264-0145 Prayerful WALK for LIFE - Saturday, October 23, 2010 10 AM to 12 Noon / Join the Walk / Bringing together supporters “Embracing the Sanctity of Life” Assemble at 10 AM at St. Philip the Apostle, 488 Saddle River Rd., Saddle Brook, NJ. for Opening Ceremony & Invocation (park behind church) WALK to commence at 11 AM / to Sacred Heart Church, Rochelle & Terrace Ave., Rochelle Park, NJ. Concluding with a Mass. Beverages and cookies shall be served following Mass. *Plan to attend the 1.2 mile walk on your own two feet or join the motorcade*. Shuttle service for drivers shall be available to the parking lot at St. Philip the Apostle. For more information contact: Richard Onorevole at 201-796-1765 / BigRickO@aol.com
After 60 years, Our Lady Queen of Peace has its own t-shirt!
Shirts are navy blue with white print. They are available in Children’s sizes (S, M, L) & Adult sizes (S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL) at $12 each. Please detach this form and drop it off at the rectory, see Steve Taylor after Mass, or drop it in the collection basket during Mass. You must pay when you hand in the order form. TODAY, OCTOBER 17TH, is the end date for t-shirt orders. Name:_______________________________________ Phone: _______________________________________ Number of shirts: ________ @ $12 each Sizes of shirts:_________________________________ Total: ________________________
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firstname.lastname@example.org YOUTH NEWS / October 2010 973-986-8520
Youth Group Meeting (S) *Please meet Tom at Gym Door* Confirmation Mini-Retreat (A) *Required for Confirmation Class* Youth Group Meeting (S) *Please meet Tom at Gym Door* 7PM 7PM
*COME ON DOWN*
EVERY THURSDAY EVENING AT 7:30 PM! DOORS OPEN AT 5:30 PM!
Now Offering Electronic Bingo!
We appreciate the support that you have shown in the past at various functions. We hope that you will continue your support. We play a few different games aside from the regular BINGO games. SMOKE FREE! If we work together, we can make BINGO the successful FUND RAISER it could be. So, PLEASE, come on down and bring a friend (or two, or three or more!!!) You'll be glad you did! It's a fun night!
“The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. There is no law against such things.” (Galatians 5:22-23)
***If any Parishioner would like assistance with his or her Ministry by students of the Religious Education Department, please obtain and fill out a “Service Hour Form.” Forms are located in the Rectory Office, and available on our Parish Website for download; please submit all forms to Tom Viola at least 1 month before the date of the event.***
**Please Look for OLQP Youth Ministry Facebook Page (see website) ** www.olqp.org
Make money for the parish by searching the internet!
Just go to www.goodsearch.com and be sure to enter Our Lady Queen of Peace, Maywood, NJ as the charity you want to support. And, be sure to spread the word! $180 has been raised thus far!
Upcoming Service Opportunity Dates:
All Confirmation Candidates are required to complete 20 service hours during the 2010-2011 school term. Contact Tom Viola, Youth Minister at OLQP.email@example.com to sign up as soon as possible. 10/22 12/10 12/12 Tricky Tray Gift Runners 6pm - 10pm 6:30-8:30pm 11/05 Christmas Giving Tree Tag Making
PAVING THE WAY - Thank you to all who have contributed to our parking lot fund! After the super 50/50 proceeds our fund is up to $40,600. We are still short of the goal of $104,500 & welcome donations. Your generosity will be greatly appreciated. Bereavement Counseling - It is said that death ends
a life, but it does not end a relationship. There is great truth in this statement. However, the loss of a loved one can bring great pain. Our Lady Queen of Peace’s Bereavement Ministry will begin its Fall session in a few weeks. If you wish to join our small group or would like information, please contact Deacon Joe at: 201-8459566 or email him at: JLMantineo@aol.com.
Ministries Appreciation Dinner New! Christmas Craft Boutique ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
If you need service hours for your high school, please contact the Religious Education Office at 201-845-9545. We can use your help as teacher aides on Sunday mornings throughout the year. Other times are available during the year also.
MINISTRIES Our Parish Ministry Book is available on our website.
Please go to www.olqp.org & see all the ministries that are offered.
Deacon Joe’s Bible Study (Normally on Monday) Meets mornings & evenings. New members are welcome at any time. For information on days, times, and locations, call Deacon Joe at (201) 845-9566. Catechism Class: Over the summer several members of the parish had been gathering to walk through the Catechism of the Catholic Church. It has continued to this day. We meet on Wednesday evening in the school from 7:30 to 8:30 PM. If interested, come join us! St. Peter Academy’s Family Fun Night
St. Peter Academy 431 Fifth Ave., River Edge, NJ Friday, October 29, 2010 / 7-11pm (enter through Gym) Admission $10 (activities & food extra) *Family & friends will enjoy arts & crafts tables, Bounce House, rock climbing, basketball, sweet treats, food & musical fun for everyone. Join us for our Halloween Spooktacular!!
GOD'S HANDS ARE WORKING THROUGH OUR PRAYER SHAWL MINISTRY. If you are adding someone to our Parish sick list, please consider the healing power of these beautiful shawls. They are prayed over by the Prayer Shawl Ministry and blessed by our Pastor. If you know of someone you think is in need of a Prayer Shawl, you may write to: The Prayer Shawl Ministry, c/o Janice Marich, 834 Spring Valley Road, Maywood, NJ 07607. Tell us about the person and make sure you include their name, address, and phone number. I would also like to invite anyone who is interested to join our group in this prayerful ministry, which is very rewarding. God Bless! Janice
*International Sisters to Our Lady Queen of Peace Parish.
Come and hear of the profound experiences and the wonderful music of the Sisters who will visit our parish at the 10 AM Mass on Sunday, October 24th. The Sisters, from countries including Africa and Vietnam are pursuing studies at Assumption College for Sisters, Mendham, NJ. The Sisters are here as part of a scholarship program that educates professed Sisters from the developing world. They are provided with an opportunity for higher education that they cannot afford in their homelands due to the economic or social barriers that many women encounter. Upon completing their studies, the Sisters return to their homelands as educated leaders in the areas of education, health care and pastoral work. Currently, there are approximately 50 students at the college, representing 8 countries and over 15 religious communities. Please come and welcome the Sisters next Sunday and learn how you can support the unique mission of Assumption College for Sisters. For more information please visit www.acs350.org or contact Sister Joseph Spring, SCC, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Knights of Columbus - Our Lady Queen of Peace - Council No. 3426 105 Grove Avenue, Maywood, New Jersey 07607 Council Leaders:
Grand Knight: Deputy Grand Knight: Chancellor: Financial Secretary: Recorder: Chaplain: Treasurer: Advocate: Joe Vendola Tom Buzzerio Dennis Flemming Gerald Angiolelli Bill Colacurcio Deacon Joe Mantineo Frank Morrone Kevin Wissell Lecturer: Kevin Wissell Warden: Matt Lantz Trustee 1st year: Bob Gaydos Trustee 2nd year: Frank Morrone Trustee 3rd year: Jeff Spendley Inside Guard: Gus Aversa Inside Guard: John Schanchi Outside Guard: Tom Harrington
Monthly Meeting Schedule: 2nd Wednesday of each month General 8:00pm followed by Columbian Club 4th Wednesday of each month General Meeting 8:00pm The meetings in October are on the 13th and 27th of the month at the council hall located at 105 Grove in Maywood Remember in your prayers PGK Lloyd Bartels, and Brother Dennis Fleming DON’T MISS THESE UPCOMING EVENTS: 5th Sunday 10 o’clock Mass for all deceased members - 10/31 And after Mass Breakfast for congregation in church auditorium Food Drive 10/16 thru 11/14 Drop off non-perishable items at vestibule of Our Lady Queen Church Comedy Night 1/22/11 ***Please note that our hall is available for Rent*** For details contact Brothers Bill Colacurcio or Steve Dougherty (201) 845-9888 If you wish to transfer to our Council or become a member contact: Gerald Angiolelli: (201) 489-6808 or Gus Aversa: (201) 845-6409 We encourage everyone to pray the Rosary daily!! USPS HONORS MOTHER TERESA
On September 5th the Postmaster General dedicated a stamp commemorating the life of Mother Teresa at a ceremony at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. The U.S. Postal Service said, “The stamp program recognizes Mother Teresa for her work as a humanitarian. She was a Nobel Peace Prize recipient, she was an honorary U.S. citizen. Her work on behalf of the poor is being recognized. And this honor is being bestowed on her, and it is well deserved.”
Please patronize our advertisers, and when you do, let them know you saw their ads in our parish bulletin! Why should I register in the parish? - All members of the parish should be formally registered as members of the parish. However, you MUST be formally registered if you wish to arrange a Baptism, a Confirmation, or a Wedding in the parish Church. You MUST also be formally registered if you wish to register in the Parish School or the Religious Education (CCD) Program. You MUST be a registered member of the parish for at least three months before you can obtain a Sponsor Certificate or schedule a Baptism or a Wedding.
PARISH MEMBERSHIP: New Parishioners are requested to register in the Parish as soon as possible. Please notify the Parish office of any changes in address and phone number.
Name ___________________________________ Address _________________________________ Town ___________________________________ Phone # _________________________________
Check ______ I wish to receive a registration form ______ I have a change of address ______ I am moving out of the parish
Please cut out and return to the Parish Rectory or place in the basket.