Parish Bulletin

November 10, 2019   Thirty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time



"All live to him" Luke 20:27-38

The Holy Spirit reveals to us the eternal truths of God's enduring love and the abundant life he desires to share with us for all eternity. The promise of Paradise - heavenly bliss and unending life with an all-loving God - is beyond human reckoning. We have only begun to taste the first-fruits! Do you live now in the joy and hope of the life of the age to come?


Mass Intentions


Saturday - Sunday, November 9 - 10, Thirty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time

  4:00 PM   Joan Campbell                                                        r/o Gwen DiSarro

  8:00 AM   Frank Shepherd                                                      r/o Pat & Judy Burdi

10:00 AM   Parish Family


Monday, November 11, 9:00 AM   Robert Harvilla                   r/o Tee & Norman Carlson

Tuesday, November 12, 6:00 PM   Frank Shepherd                   r/o Behme Family

Wednesday, November 13, 9:00 AM   Rose Kohler                  r/o George Kohler

Thursday, November 14, 9:00 AM   Agnes& Jim Morrow       r/o Gloria & John Mizin

Friday, November 15, 9:00 AM   Eucharistic Service


Saturday - Sunday, November 16 - 17, Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

  4:00 PM   Valerie A. Moninghoff                                                 

  8:00 AM   Joe Salema                                                             r/o Salema Family  

10:00 AM   Frank Shepherd                                                      r/o Golden Agers     


Introduction of 2021 Confirmation Candidates - Please pray as our children continue to grow in faith and prepare for Confirmation by living a life that models what it is to be a disciple of Christ: Gavin Armenti, Evan Bonilla, Jackson Bush, Caitlin Dushinka, James Hintenach, Scott Hirsch, Colin Kassai, Briana Kraucheunas, Fabio Latragna, Mario Latragna, Jonathan Nalesnik, Anthony Napolitano, Alexa Sabosik, Taylor Tavernite.


Monday. November 11, Happy Veterans Day!


Monday, November 11, 7:00 PM Mass and installation of the Knights of Columbus new Officers followed by Meeting in the Community Room at Our Lady of Victories Parish in Baptistown.


Thanksgiving Baskets are so much more than just one meal.  We service approximately 50 families in need.  Inside those baskets we have the fixings of a Thanksgiving meal and so much more.  For the baskets, we are in need of turkeys (all sizes), potatoes (150 lbs), carrots (75 lbs), corn bread mix, stuffing, canned yams, canned green beans, mushroom soup, turkey gravy, apples and ready-made pie crusts for the youth group’s apple pie making, rolls, breads and desserts.  All donations are greatly appreciated.  If you are unable to go shopping or are not sure of what to get, a gift card donation can help us purchase turkey or other needs.

Friday, November 22, 5:00 PM in the Parish Center the Youth Group Thanksgiving tradition where we bake homemade apple pies for the food pantry will continue once again this year. Last year we managed to bake 43 apple pies, every food pantry family received a freshly baked apple pie for their Thanksgiving celebration.  We welcome all families and friends to join us in this wonderful evening of laughter and fun.  What a great way to say thanks!  If you can bring some frozen pie crusts, apples and potato peelers. Please come whenever you can. We will be there until we run out of ingredients!  For information or questions contact Joe Brady 973 271 5763. Check out previous PIE events on Face Book – St Edwards Youth Group Milford NJ – Photos – Pies for the Food Pantry Families.

Food Pantry is open on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month from 9 AM to Noon.

Please consider donating items to our Food Pantry.

Gift Cards are available after Masses and in the Parish Office.


Gift Cards are a great way to make money for our Church.  The monies are now being put toward supplying our Helping Hands Ministry which supplies the food pantry with necessary items to help those who cannot afford food, water, hygiene products, baby food, diapers, wipes, elderly care items and such. We also have many other projects in the works such as Thanksgiving Diner Baskets, Easter Dinner Baskets, Blizzard Bags for Meals on Wheels, Delaware Valley High School Community Service Scholarship, Foster Care Bags, and Comfort Bags in conjunction with the Flemington Presbyterian Church. We are able to get over 500 different venders from grocery stores, major retailers, restaurants, entertainment, travel, pet care and home stores. Come by the gift card table to ask about our vendors, but those of you who are computer nerds, check out for the full retail list.  Gift Cards are ordered on Mondays and received Wednesdays; two day turn around.  It’s a great way to give presents to all your family and friends.  Also, if you're think about donating to the food pantry and don't have time to do the shopping, you can donate through gift cards.  Please consider purchasing a gift card for all your shopping needs. 

Next Sunday, November 17, 8:30 – 11:30 AM Breakfast Buffet.


Next Sunday, November 17, 8:30 AM - 1 PM Christmas Craft Fair. Table cost $ 20. For more information, please call / text Pat at 908 229 7626 or email at


Saturday & Sunday, November 23 - 24, Rosary Altar Society Bake Sale.          


Thank You to ALL who sponsored Farewell Breakfast with Harriette and Chick Cosover. Thank you to ALL who participated!

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