the Livestream logo (<-see left) to watch
recently recorded Masses & select parish events.
schedule goes into effect the weekend of July 4th and will continue for
months of July and August. Saturday Mass remains at 5:30pm.
Masses will be offered at 7:30am, 9am and 11am. Weekday and
morning Mass times are unchanged.
your family calendar for the 8th World Meeting of Families!
Philadelphia is proud to welcome families from around the world at this
event on September 22-27, 2015. Families can look forward to speakers,
celebrations, activities for kids, and prayer, all of which will bring
renewal and transformation for you, your loved ones, and the world.
Visit the official World Meeting of Families website at: WorldMeeting2015.org to
learn more and to sign up for regular updates on how you can
at St. Catharine, we will be hosting our own mini-Synod on Tuesday,
September 22 at 7:30pm in Community Hall. Fr. Tom will moderate
our session as we talk about families in the Church today.
the heart of every
caregiver is a knowing that we are all connected. As I do for you, I do
me.” ~ Tia Walker
If you are
a caregiver and would like to learn more about
resources to help you and your loved one as well as to find support
in a faith-based environment, this is the group for you. Please come to
next Caregiver Support Group on Thursday, July 9 from
11:30am-12:30pm in the Ministry Center Meeting Room. If you
questions, or if you are unable to leave your loved one alone to
call Mary Alice Coghlan at 201-652-4305.
are those who mourn, for they shall
parishes of St. Catharine, St. Gabriel and Our Lady of
Mt. Carmel are
jointly sponsoring a Bereavement Support Group which will meet on
mornings in the summer at St. Catharine. You need not be a
attend. The group will meet from 10-11:30am in the Ministry
and run for eight weeks beginning on July 7 and ending on
of these meetings is to support one another during the beginning
the grief process. Only those people who are presently going
or have experienced loss can relate. Being a part of a grief group
way of helping others which can contribute to our own healing. In
group, we stress confidentiality and mutual support. There are no
"shoulds" in grief. We let others who have gone through the
grief process help us understand and deal with our grief. We learn
into our pain. It cannot be outrun. We cannot go around it, over
under it. We need to go through it; we need to be good to
putting balance into our lives through prayer, reading, resting,
relaxation and work. Grief takes time. Unrealistic expectations
is required; walk-ins are not accepted. Contact Mary Alice Coghlan
email@example.com or 201-652-4305.
Ministry Network (parishes of St. Catharine’s and St.
Anne’s) invites all
unemployed/underemployed men & women to join their ministry which
support through prayer & helpful guidance in the job search
If you have any questions or would like to participate in the
please call: Ed Grzesiak 201-321-5144, Eamon Jennings 917-841-2558,
Lederer 201-286-9354, Lou Cuomo 201-657-3838, or Steve Zmuda
We continue to seek possible employment opportunities. If you
know of a
job opening and/or the hiring manager’s name in a company, please
email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
or drop them off to the rectory marked "St. Cajetan Opportunities"
and we will forward them on to the group.
July 2 - St. Catharine’s Ministry Center Mtg.
floor) – 7-9pm
Sat., July 18 - St. Anne's Faith Center, Fair Lawn (rectory, lower