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Our Lady of Peace Parish New Providence, New Jersey

April 8, 2012

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Masses for the Week


Saturday, April 7thHoly Saturday 8:30 p.m. Vigil Mass for Easter Sunday, April 8thEaster Sunday Masses will be celebrated at 7:30 a.m., 9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 12 :00 p.m. for the People of the Parish Monday, April 9th 7:00 a.m. David Lyon, req. Mildred McSherry 12:10 p.m. Martin Dragos, req. his wife Helen Tuesday, April 10th 7:00 a.m. Ellen DeFluri, req. Rosemarie Lafiosca 12:10 p.m. Umberto Panicco, req. Tracey Vieira Wednesday, April 11th 7:00 a.m. Joseph and Christine Radman, req. Rosemarie Lafiosca 12:10 p.m. Richard J. Petroski, req. Eileen Sloane Thursday, April 12th 7:00 a.m. Ramonita Rosado, req. The Nowicki Family 12:10 p.m. Deceased Members of the Smith, Connelly, Papaleo Families, req. Dolores Mansfield Friday, April 13th 7:00 a.m. Walter Ellis, req. his wife Margaret 12:10 p.m. Richard J. Petroski, req. Kathy and Mike Gelormini Saturday, April 14th 8:30 a.m. Weekly Memorial Mass 5:00 p.m. Sr. Ann Miller, req. The Zack Family Sunday, April 15th - Second Sunday of Easter

Calendar of Parish Activities Week of April 8, 2012


Sunday, April 8thEaster Sunday Rectory Offices Closed Today 10:00 a.m. Easter Egg Hunt (on the grassy area between the church and The Academy) Monday, April 9th The Academy of OLP closed this week 7:30 p.m. Rosary and Novena, Church 7:30 p.m. SCC Ladies Group, Parish Library 7:30 p.m. SCC Mens Group, Rectory Dining Room 7:30 p.m. Rosary Altar Society General Meeting, Entire Parish Hall / Kitchen Tuesday, April 10th 7:30 p.m. Adult Choir Practice, Church Wednesday, April 11th o Religious Education Classes Today 6:308:45 p.m. New Gifts Pricing, Counting Room Thursday, April 12th 9:30 a.m.3:30 p.m. Rosary Altar Society Day of Renewal at Saint Josephs Shrine, Stirling 1:002:00 p.m. Holy Hour for Reparation, Church o Religious Education Classes Today 7:30 p.m. Baptism Conference, Parish Hall B Friday, April 13th o Scheduled Parish Activities Today Saturday, April 14th 9:00 a.m.12 noon Clothing Collection for the Market Street, Mission, Cafeteria 10:00 a.m.3:00 p.m. High School Youth Ministry Service Project, Entire Parish Hall 12:303:30 p.m. New Gifts Pricing, Counting Room 6:00 p.m. Rosary Altar Society Bake Sale, Parish Hall Second Collection during the 5:00 p.m. Mass for the Catholic Home Mission Appeal Sunday, April 15th Second Collection during each Sunday Masses for the Catholic Home Mission Appeal Rosary Altar Society Bake Sale following each of the Sunday Masses in the Parish Hall 2:00 p.m. Baptisms, Church 7:009:00 p.m. AftershockHigh School Youth Ministry, Entire Parish Hall / Gym

Divine Mercy Sunday


7:30 a.m. Nicholas Carone, req. Maria Ricciardi 9:00 a.m. Daniel Mare, req. Loretta and Angelo Ferrara and family 10:30 a.m. Dan LoPresto, req. The Doran Family 12:00 p.m. Hannah McCormack., req. Anne Fahey

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Relatives and Friends Who eed Our Prayers


Please pray especially for the following people who have recently been added to our prayer list: Maria Atanase Bob Honkins Marty Ammenwerth Anna Mondelli Maria Boldera Robert Keating Molleen Secours Josephine Carter Frances Larsen Christopher Siebelts Rosemarie Lafiosca Catherine Sommo three special intentions Let us also pray for the men and women who are serving in our military in particular those who are from our parish: PFC. Joseph Robert Pecca - Korea COL Paul J. McAneny, Air ForceKuwait 2LT. Charlie Law, Army - Iraq PFC icholas Hudspith, ArmyKuwait Lance CPL. Christopher Sodano, Marines - Afghanistan SSG Joseph Cornall, ArmyKuwait
CPL. Gerald Squirlock Jr., has returned safely from Afghanistan. His family are very grateful for your prayers.

Also, please remember our dearly departed relatives and friends who have passed away recently. May they rest in peace. Please remember that there is a special intention book located in the Baptistery of the church. Your intention can be written in it and prayed for during the Masses that are said at Our Lady of Peace.

Scripture Reading for the Week of April 8th


Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of the Lord Acts 10:34a, 37-43; Col 3:1-4 or 1 Cor 5:6b-8; Jn 20:1-9 or Mk 16:1-7 or, at an afternoon or evening mass: Lk 24:13-35 Monday Acts 2:14, 22-33; Mt 28:8-15 Tuesday Acts 2:36-41; Jn 20:11-18 Wednesday Acts 3:1-10; Lk 24:13-35 Thursday Acts 3:11-26; Lk 24:35-48 Friday Acts 4:1-12; Jn 21:1-14 Saturday Acts 4:13-21; Mk 16:9-15

A Prayer for Religious Liberty


Blessed are you God and we praise you for the gift of freedom. This day, we pray especially for government leaders the men and women elected or appointed as the stewards of our rights and the overseers of our needs. Grant them true discernment so that they may never stray from the duties with which we citizens have entrusted themto uphold our religious freedom and care for our well-being. Give us the power to touch with your truth everything and everyone we meet. We ask this through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Adopted from the USCCB Liturgy Guide

Mass Intention Book Will Open

On Monday, April 16, 2012 at 8:30 a.m., our Mass Holy Hour for Divine Mercy Sunday Intention Book for 2013 will open. You are welcome to come to the Rectory Office to arrange 3 Masses for On Sunday, April 15 at 3:00 p.m. there will be a your loved ones. You are then welcome to come again Holy Hour for Divine Mercy Sunday at the Church of next month to select 3 additional Mass and so on. the Little Flower, 310 Plainfield Ave., Berkeley Altar Memorials for 2013 will also be available. Heights. All are welcome!

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WHISPERS I THE LOGGIA Quote of the DayTuesday, March 27, 2012

Altar Memorials
for the Month of April, 2012
Sanctuary Candle is in memory of

Saint Augustine reminds us that the City of Man and the City of God Jean Mizzoni intermingle. We have obligations to each. But our final home and our Altar Candles are in memory of real citizenship are not in this world. Politics is important, but its never Walter Ellis the main focus or purpose of a Christian life. If we do not know and love Jesus Christ, and commit our lives to him, and act on what we claim to Altar Wines are in memory of believe, everything else is empty. But if we do, so much else is possiAllan Young bleincluding the conversion of the world around us. The only question that finally matters to any of us is the one Jesus posed to his apostles: Altar Memorials are still available for Who do you say I am? (Mk 8:29). Everything depends on the answer. some months in 2012. Faith leads in one direction, the lack of it in another. But the issue is Please speak to the receptionist in the faithalways and everywhere, whether were scholars or doctors or Rectory Office if you would like to arpriests or lawyers or mechanics. Do we really believe in Jesus Christ, or range for an Altar Memorial in memory dont we? And if we do, what are we going to do about it? A genuinely catholic life should feed the soul as well as the mind; should of a deceased loved one. offer a vision of men and women made whole by the love of God, the Country Fair Ride Tickets knowledge of creation, and the reality of things unseen, should enable us Are ow On Sale! to see the beauty of the world in the light of eternity; and should help us recapture the nobility of the human story and the dignity of the human Our Country Fair will be held on person. Pope Benedict XVI Wednesday, May 16th through Satur-

Marriage Anniversary Masses

day, May 19th. Pre-Fair Ride Tickets are the most

The Archdiocese will celebrate Anniversary Masses commemorating special economical way to purchase tickets for years for couples. the Fair. A sheet of 30 tickets costs On Sunday, April 29, 2012, couples celebrating 50 years of marriage are in- $20. They are now available at the vited to the Cathedral for Mass with the Archbishop at 3:00 p.m. (The dead- Rectory Office and also following the line to register is April 18th) Sunday Masses beginning Saturday, On Sunday, June 3, 2012 couples celebrating 25 and 5 years of marriage or April 14th. more are invited to the Cathedral at 3:00 p.m. for Mass with the Archbishop. What to do with (The deadline to register is May 23rd). Contact Joanne at the Rectory to register. Unwanted Gifts?

We Have the Answer Help is needed to price donations for the New The Country Fair will be held on Gifts Table for our Country Fair.. Please join the Pricing Committee at the Rectory from 6:308:45 on Wednesday evenings April 4th, 18th and 25th May 16th through the 19th this year. and from 12:303:30 p.m. on Saturday April 14th and 21st. You do not We are asking for your donations of
Pricers eeded
have to come to every session.

The Re-employment Seminar


The fourth session in the seminar will be held on Monday, April 9, 2012 at 7:30 p.m. at the New Providence United Methodist church.

new unused gifts and household items for our Country Fair ew Gifts Table. Please bring your unneeded treasures to the rectory between now and the Country Fair.

You will be lightening your clutThe topic will be Death By DocumentThe Marketing Resume. The presenter will be Lloyd L. Feinstein, author and consultant. For details, please ter and helping your parish at the same time! call 908-464-5525.

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Food Pantry Thank You!


Thank you for all the kindness and generosity that you have shown in your support of our Food Pantry. May you and your families be blessed abundantly especially during this Easter season.

Parish-Wide Lenten Project Ends April 8th


As a young boy walked the beach at dawn, he noticed an old man ahead of him picking up starfish and tossing them into the sea. Catching up with the man, the boy asked why he was doing this. The old man explained to the boy that the stranded starfish would die if left in the morning sun. But the beach goes on for miles and there are millions of starfish, exclaimed the boy. How can your effort make any difference? The old man looked at the starfish in his hand and then threw it safely into the waves. He turned to the boy and said, It made a difference to that one. Last year we partnered with Food for the Poor to make a difference for the Filias family in Grand Boulage, Haiti. Our parish collected over $4,200, providing them with a new home and other necessities. We can make a difference for another destitute family in Haiti this year. We need your help to reach or exceed our goal of $4,200! Please convert all cash donations to a check made payable to Our Lady of Peace no later than April 8, 2012. Thank you for making a difference!

Rosary Altar Society ews


The next general meeting of the Our Lady of Peace Rosary Altar Society will be held on Monday, April 9th at 7:30 p.m. in our Parish Hall. Our guest speaker will be Cathy Maloney. Cathy is an ovarian cancer survivor and will share her story. She wants to promote awareness of this terrible disease and she will bring literature to share with the ladies attending the meeting. We strongly urge all the women of the parish to attend this meeting as well as encourage their daughters and friends to come and hear what Cathy has to share.

Rosary Altar Society Bake Sale


following each of the Sunday Masses Saturday, April 14th and Sunday April 15th in the Parish Hall. Bakers are requested to bring their treats to the Parish Hall on Saturday, April 9th from 3:30 to 3:20 p.m. Please label all baked items.

Coach Frank Allocco Inducted


into Sports Faith Internationals Sports Faith Hall of Fame as 2012 Coach of the Year.
Award Presented by Chicago Bears Patrick McCaskey and De La Salles Bob Ladouceur
Frank Allocco, Head Basketball Coach at De La Salle High School in Concord, California, has received Sports Faith Internationals highest honor, and was inducted into its Sports Faith Hall of fame as 2012 Coach of the Year. Coach Allocco is the Directory of the popular Excel Basketball Camps and is a graduate of New Providence High School and of The Academy of Our Lady of Peace in New Providence, New Jersey. Each year, this award is presented to an outstanding coach who is an exemplary role model. The ceremony took place on February 26, 2012 at the Chicago Bears Halas Hall as part of the 5th Annual Sports Faith Hall of Fame Celebration. Other 2012 inductees include: Tom Benson, Owner and President of the NFL, New Orleans Saints; Mike McCoy, eleven-year NFL veteran and University of Notre Dame Consensus All American; Dr. Audrey Zavodsky record-breaking professional race car driver and honorary USAF Thunderbird: Durrell Miller, Major League Baseball Vice President and former California Angel: Fighting Illini Chaplain Msgr. Gregory K. Ketcham, who also serves as Chaplain of the St. Johns Newman Center. It is an honor to be inducted into the Sports Faith International Hall of Fame, said Coach Allocco, who is in his 15th year as head coach at the school, which is sponsored by the De La Salle Christian Brothers and whose motto is Les Hommes de Foi. (Men of Faith). I am humbled by this award and appreciate the recognition by a group that is passionate about our Catholic faith. However, I believe that in any great teaching, parenting, or coaching endeavor, it is never about the mentor, it is always about the students. I am grateful for the thousands of children that I have coached in CYO high school, and in my Excel Basketball Camps. They have enriched my life and continue to be my greatest teachers.

Election 2012 A War of Ideologies


Which Vision of America Will We Leave to Our Children and Grandchildren
Presented by Nick Rago

Join us on Thursday Evening, April 19, 2012 at 7:30 PM Our Lady of Peace Parish Hall Hosted by Knights of Columbus Summit Council 783
Serving the Parishes of St. Teresa Our Lady of Peace Little Flower

What is happening in America? Our First Amendment Rights of Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Religion are under attack. Our childrens futures have been mortgaged by unconscionable spending. The Constitution, as well as centuries of Judeo-Christian traditions and mores, have been cast aside in the name of political correctness by a progressive secularism that is eroding the very foundations of our republic. Members of both political parties have abdicated their roles as stewards of the American Dream. The salvation of this nation, a nation founded under a Divine Providence to forever be a beacon of hope for the rest of the world, rests squarely on the shoulders of you, the citizens of this country. If we truly believe that government derives its just powers from the consent of the governed then we must accept the responsibility to engage ourselves in the political issues facing us as a nation.

The legitimate separation of Church and State cannot be taken to mean that the Church must be silent on certain issues, nor that the State may choose not to engage, or be engaged by, the voices of committed believers in determining the values which will shape the future of the nation. Pope Benedict XVI "Responsible citizenship is a virtue, and participation in political life is a moral obligation." USCCB We have been taught, Render to Caesar the things that are Caesars, and to God the things that are Gods. But when Caesar condones the murder of innocent children, when Caesar strips the citizens of every vestige of self respect, condemning generation after generation to believe that only Caesar can care for them, depriving them of the very human dignity that comes with self reliance and personal responsibility, and takes their very freedom in return for his largesse, and when Caesar calls for people of faith to abandon their consciences and bow down at the altar of bureaucratic secularism, then it is time when we as a people of faith, when we as citizens, must rise up and proclaim No, Caesar, this will not stand! Nick Rago

PROJECT PILLOWCASE is a Girl Scout Gold Award project that teaches the members of our community how to sew and uses this skill to create pillowcases to cheer up the patients in local hospitals. At our first sewing session, we made 75 pillowcases and donated them to the patients of Overlook Hospital in Summit. Please join us or donate fabric and help to make a positive impact on our community. All donations can be brought to the rectory or to 53 Yarmouth Drive in New Providence.
Our Second Sewing Session will be on

Tuesday, April 10th from 12-3 pm at Fabricland on Rt. 22.


You may come and go as you please, but please consider joining us, even if you have no experience!

Email me at projectpillowcase@gmail.com, visit our website at http://www.wix.com/projectpillowcase/project-pillowcase, or visit our Facebook page for more information!

OLP Fair Dates: Wednesday, May 16th Thursday, May 17th Friday, May 18th Saturday, May 19th

6pm 10pm 6pm 10pm 6pm 11pm 1pm - 11pm

Looking for: CRAFTERS/CONSULTANTS/SELLERS OF NEW ITEMS If you fall into one of the categories above the Our Lady of Peace Country Fair is looking for you! It is $125 for all four days and you get one six-foot table or one double table for $175 inside the gymnasium. Looking for: SPONSORS/BUSINESS OWNERS What a great way to advertise your business or service. Would you be interested in sponsoring a wheel? To help us defray the costs of permits and prizes. We have a professional sign made that measures 11 x 17 inches and states the name of the business, address and phone number. The sign will hang for all 4 days of the fair. We also give you extra advertising by listing it in our bulletin after the fair. If interested please give us a call at (908) 464-1591 ask for Debbie or Jimmy.

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