The Parish Of St. Pio Of Pietrelcina


The Parish ofSt. Pio of Pietrelcina103 Washington Avenue, Lavallette, NJ 08735Phone: 732-793-7291 Fax: 732-793-8204Web: www.stpioparish.comOffice Hours: Monday through Thursday 9:00 AM to 2:00 PME-mail: office@stpioparish.comMay 30, 2021 Solemnity of the Most Holy TrinityOur Parish is Served by:Rev. Fr. Joseph Hlubik, Pastor, x302Rev. Fr. Joy Chacko, Parochial VicarAssisting Priests:Rev. Fr. Frederick KochanRev. Monsignor Philip FranceschiniDeacon Emeritus, John H. Hanna, x320Pastoral and Support StaffMarta Barkhausen, Pastoral Associate& Business Manager, x322John Paglione, Pastoral Assistant forCatechesis & Liturgy. 732-899-1398, x5Caroline Woodrow, Director of SacredMusic, x315Parish Secretaries:Connie Barraco, x316Laura Glynn, x321Pat Kevish, x301Tim Drake, Facilities ManagerBart Coleman & Vito GagliardiTrusteesNick Zaccaria, Finance Chair

MAY 30, 2021Saturday5:00pmMay 29William Cummings r/b Etzold F amilyVincent Tavorminar/b Laura & Greg BiersterSundayMay 308:00amA Special IntentionFor the People of the Parish10:00amRuth Delayo r/b J oe & AdeleDon Gillmore r/b Maureen & F amilyMonday8:30amTuesdayMay 31Eileen West r/b Dianne HaydenJune 18:30amClare & Michael LaPlacer/b Connie BarracoWednesday8:30amJune 2Ruth Delayo r/b Connie BarracoMichael & Clare LaPlace r/b Christine D.ThursdayA time to die Anthony Crisafulli, Ann MacMaster, Allen Kowtko, Kathleen Helmstetter Ferrara,Charles Cerami, Annette Kurinovich, Dr. Rita Coleman, Vincent Tavormina, Raymond Maragni, JoanMandella, Patricia Golembeski, Clare & MichaelLaPlace, Ruth Delayo, Albert Berdel, Joan Ferrary,Catherine Bogdan, Anna DeSousa, Judith MrozekJune 38:30amHelen & Victor Puznieskir/b Dianne HaydenFriday8:30amJune 4Kathy McGuth r/b John & Patti BasileCalalado Messina r/b Karen ParrilloSaturdayA time to be healed.,Fr. Douglas Freer, Dawn Carmosino, Jill Rager, Marci Haxall, Pat Moran, Maggie Smith, The Filippini Religious Teachers inRome & Ethiopia, Jim Carlson, Louis Amendola,Sr., Rosemarie Amendola, Ernesto DeLuccia, MarieWoodrow, Sharon Kline, Mary Anne Grandinetti,Emil Stefanacci, Jr., Chris Durso, Fred Barbeito,Katherine Barnett, For those who have receivedPrayer Blankets, and For all the sick of the Parish(Names will remain on the healing prayer list for4 weeks; please call the parish office if you wishto extend).Our Heroes Please pray for all ourparishioners and friends who areserving in the Military, as well as ourPolice, Firefighters, First Responders,and all who are put in harm’s way forour protection.June 55:00pmGarry Giammarinor/b Laura DinnocenzioAnna Marie Novak r/b Antonette DanielsSunday7:30amJune 6For the Souls in Purgatory8:30am10:30amFEAST DAYS FOR THIS WEEKMay 31The Visitation of theBlessed Vigin MaryJune 1St. JustinJune 2St. Marcellinus & St. PeterFor the People of the ParishConcetta & John Zaccaria r/b NickJune 3St. Charles Lwanga & CompanionsRuth Delayo r/b Al & MickieJune 5St. Boniface

Solemnity of the Most Holy TrinityDear Parishioners:Beginning the first Sunday inJune (June 6th) and ending theweekend of September 12th, weare going to expand our SummerSunday Morning Mass schedule at both Parishes toinclude an extra Sunday Morning Mass. The timesof Mass at both parishes will be at 7:30am, 8:30amand 10:30am. The 7:30am will be a quiet Mass (thatis without music) and should last for about ½ hour.This will be for those who want to get an early startto the day and to accommodate our summer vacation crowd.The Summer Saturday Evening Masses at each parish will stay the same as they currently are; SacredHeart at 4:00pm and St. Pio at 5:00pm.Confessions at each parish will be at 3:00pm at Sacred Heart and 4:00pm at St. Pio’s.Hopefully by the end of the summer, we will benearing the end of the Pandemic and things will besomewhat back to normal again.Fr. Joe St Pio Parish welcomes the family ofJohn and Christine Miskointo its faith community.May God bless and protectour military. Please remember and pray for all thathave given their lives for ourcountry.The parish office will be closed on Monday, May31st in celebration of Memorial Day.Where can you be ofService to the Lord?x Join a Liturgical Ministry Lector , Euchar istic Minister, Altar Server: Call Joyce Kobylarzat 973-714-6797.x Become an Usher: Call Chr is Gr andinetti at908-910-6214.x Help Count the Collection: . Call the Par ishBusiness Manager, Marta at 732-793-7291x322.x Join the Annual Raffle Team: Call J ackMcCormack at 732-830-4787.x Help Launder the Small Altar Linens onceevery 2 months. Call Adele Merkle at 732-8305242.JUNE IS ELDER ABUSE MONTHElder abuse comes in many forms!Sacred Heart Church will partner withManasquan Bank directors of compliance andfraud prevention units to deliver a presentation onthe impact of this growing crime on our seniorpopulation.Sacred Heart ChurchTHURSDAY, JUNE 17thMsgr. Casey Hall 11:00 amAccording to the best available estimates, between 1 and 2 million Americans, age 65 or olderhave been injured, exploited, mistreated,scammed or taken advantage of, sometimes bystrangers and sometimes by someone they havetrusted or depended on! While anyone can be avictim of crime such as identity theft, embezzlement, and fraudulent schemes, certain elderlyindividuals may be particularly vulnerable.Please join us for this informative session.No fee or registration necessary.

MAY 30, 2021St. Joseph by the Sea Retreat House,So. Mantoloking, is looking for a parttime cook as soon as possible. For information please call 732-892-8494. Askfor Sr. Brunilda Ramos, M.P.F., Executive Director. Thank you.If you would like to liftyour spirits and learn alittle more about yourfaith and your wellbeing think about attending the St Pio ParishFaith Sharing Group.The group meets once a week on Wednesdays after morning Mass. We spend about one and onehalf hours discussing the readings for the nestSunday and what they mean to us personally. Wewould welcome both men and women to join thegroup. Do something for yourself and your faithlife and join us for the first meeting on June 2ndand every Wednesday thereafter. Please contactDeacon John if you are interested or would likemore information. God Bless!St. Pio’s Annual Summer AllCash 50-50 RaffleOur raffle is now under way. Tickets for all registered parishioners have already been mailed out.Additionally, members of the raffle committee willbe handing out “Raffles To Go” packets at theChurch doors after Mass on this weekend and next.Please stop and take a packet home and help support this important fundraiser. Thank you.The Altar flowers for the week ofMay 29/30, were given in lovingmemory of Don Gillmore, requestedby Colleen, Krissy and Lauren.The Altar Bread and Wine, offered atthe Masses in the month of May, havebeen given in loving memory of DonGillmore, requested by Colleen,Krissy, and Lauren.Contributions Week- This Pastend of May 23, 2021 WeekSame weekLast YearAt Church 3,884 2,890Online 1,565 1,155Total 5,449 4,045Please consider givingOnline with our safe, secureParish Giving program. It isvery easy to sign up, justscan the QR code (use thecamera on your phone) orvisit the parish website.Respect Life Prayer:“Jesus, Mary, and Joseph,I love you very much. I beg you to spare the life ofthe unborn baby that I have spiritually adoptedwho is in danger of abortion.”Baby’s Due Date: July, 2021GOD OF LOVE AND LIFEFATHER, SON and HOLY SPIRIT“And if children, then heirs, heirs ofGod and joint heirs with Christ, if only we sufferwith him so that we may be glorified with him.”Roman 8:17“In the past, religious faith always had a respectedplace in our nation’s life. Now it’s treated with derision. For believers that’s new, very unpleasant and abig temptation to cowardice. But if we claim to befollowers of Jesus Christ, we can’t avoid the cross.Catholic identity comes with a price tag in personalwitness that can be painful.” Archbishop ChaputAre you willing to suffer in order to be glorified withhim in eternal life?

Solemnity of the Most Holy TrinityANNOUNCEMENT OF THENEW JERSEY BISHOPSReinstating the General Obligation to AttendMassAt this time, due to the observance of publicsafety protocols and the increase in the availability of vaccines, we have begun a return tosome sense of normalcy in various sectors ofour society.Therefore, we the Catholic Bishops of New Jersey, are lifting the dispensation of the Sundayand Holy Days Mass obligation beginning onSaturday, June 5, 2021, and Sunday, June 6,2021, Solemnity of the Most Holy Body andBlood of Christ. We welcome the Christian faithful to return to the regular participation in theSunday Eucharist, the source and summit of ourCatholic faith (cf. Code of Canon Law canon1247 and Catechism of the Catholic Church, n.2180).This obligation does not apply to those who areill; those who have reason to believe that theywere recently exposed to the coronavirus or another serious or contagious illness; those whoare confined to their home, a hospital, or nursingfacility; or those with serious underlying healthconditions. One should consult the local pastorif questions arise about the obligation to attendMass (canon 87).WE ALL LOVEAGARAGE SALEThe K of C Ladies Auxiliary will be participating inthe Lavallette Townwide Garage Sale on Saturday,June 5th from 9:00am to 3:00pm. ALL PROCEEDSWILL BE DONATED TO LOCAL CHARITIES!!You can HELP US by donating your unwanted itemsthat are in good condition. Drop off is at 8am onJune 5th at St. Pio’s Church parking lot (1100 Rt.35N, Lavallette). Then stay and do some shopping!Any unsold items will be donated to local charities.THANK YOU! Questions? Call J oyce Kobylar zat 973-714-6797. Prayer to St. Michael theArchangelSaint Michael the Archangel,defend us in battle. Be our protection against the wickednessand snares of the devil. MayGod rebuke him we humblypray; and do Thou, O Prince of the Heavenly Host,by the Power of God, cast into hell Satan and all theevil spirits, who prowl through the world seeking theruin of souls. Amen. FROM OUR PARISH NURSESContinued from last week .BRAIN FOOD YOU ACTUALLY NEEDFinally, safety protocols (such as wearingmasks, social distancing, etc.) and liturgical directives in each New Jersey Diocese remains inplace until modified or revoked by the respectiveDiocesan Bishop.From Fr. Joe:As you know things are changing rapidly day today and we are waiting for decisions from ourBishop regarding face masks and social distancing.The brain controls everything the body does, and a healthy dietis a foundation of brain health. The main ingredients for abrain-healthy diet include fruits and vegetables, Omega-3’s,complex carbohydrates, healthy fats, protein, and lots of water.We’ve created a guide below with recommendations on how toeat the right foods that support your brain and help keep it performing at its best.#4-Breakfast is the Most Important MealEating a healthy breakfast fuels up your brain for the day. Anideal breakfast meal will include protein and fiber to help keepyou full throughout the morning. Avoid breakfast foods likesugary cereal by only keeping the healthiest breakfast groceriesin the house.

MAY 30, 2021PARISH INFORMATIONAnointing of the SickThis sacrament is given for those facing serious illness or surgery, and for those of advanced years. If you ora family member is planning to enter the hospital, please see one of the priests following Mass if you wouldlike to receive this sacrament or call the parish office for an appointment.Baptisms and MarriagesPlease visit St. Pio’s web site for information and call theparish office to schedule. www.stpioparish.comReligious Education for Children or R.C.I.A. for AdultsCall John Paglione at 732-899-1398, x5SPECIAL COVID GUIDELINES:RECEIVING COMMUNION WITH A MASK ONPlease remember not to remove your mask until after the priest or Eucharistic Minister puts the Sacred Hostin your hand. Then step aside, lift your mask, consume the Host, and then immediately cover your face backwith the mask. Also, Holy Communion will be distributed in the hand. Anyone receiving on the tongueplease wait until all have received and then go to the end of the line of the priest distributing Communion.Sponsorship Certificate/ Letters of EligibilityGodparents and sponsors, together with the parents must be willing to help the baptized grow in love forChrist and neighbor. By word and example, the godparents will encourage the candidate to live the Christian life and fulfill faithfully the obligations connected with it. (cf. Code of Canon Law, c. 872-874).A sponsor must:x x x x be at least 16 years of age.have received the Sacraments of Baptism, Holy Eucharist & Confirmation.if married, must have been married in the Catholic Church.attend Mass faithfully participating in the life and support of the Church, receiving theEucharist, and leading a life according to the teachings of the Church.x be registered at the Parish of St. Pio of Pietrelcina for at least six (6) months prior to therequest.Please note, if you received all your sacraments at St. Pio of Pietrelcina years ago but now live elsewhere,you are a member of the parish in whose territory you reside. This is where the sponsor certificate must beobtained.**Children of parishioners over 21 years of age should register independently.**

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