Make Up Sunday Feast of St. Rose
Feast of the Assumption and Blessing of the Waters and Boats
Healing After Abortion
Prayer for Spiritual Communion
Our Trustees Let You Know What To Expect This Weekend
Masses this Weekend!
Welcome Back!
Bishop's Directives for In Church Masses (pdf)
A call to advocacy for Catholic school inclusion in HEROES ACT funding
Fr. Ed's discussion with Dr. Ponton
Fr. Ed's Mother's Day Tradition
Fr. Chris's YouTube
Divine Mercy Chaplet
Divine Mercy Sunday
Office Hours and Frozen Food Pantry
Churches are now Closed to the Public
Message from Fr. Ed
Message from Bishop O'Connell
Pandemic Gratitude (pdf)
Monitor News Brief (pdf)
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Pilgrimage to DC with the Bishop (pdf)
Sam Jarmer Asbury Park Press (pdf)
Children's Choir (pdf)
Youth Choir Information (pdf)
Think Catholic
New Jersey Independent Victims Compensation Program opens June 15
Cornerstone Retreat
Blessing of Your Home
Stewardship Report (pdf)
Adult Sacraments
Children's Liturgy (pdf)
Club Faith (pdf)
Fall Bible Study (pdf)
Pope Francis A Man of his Word
Eucharistic Ministers Needed
Fr. Ed talks about Faith
More info for on-line giving (pdf)
Caregiver Volunteers
Message from the Pope
Pope Francis' TED Talk
Churches are now Closed to the Public

On the advice of public health officials, Bishop David M. O’Connell has mandated the closing of all Churches and chapels in the Diocese of Trenton to the public, effective at noon today, April 1, 2020, until further notice. We encourage you to participate in the livestream Mass that is offered every morning at 9:00 AM, the Saturday Vigil Mass at 5:00 PM and the Sunday morning Mass at 11:30 AM. Stations of the Cross will continue to be livestreamed on Friday at 7:00 PM and Holy Hour on Monday from 4:00 to 5:00 PM. CONFESSIONS WILL NOT BE HEARD. Out of an abundance of caution and for your own health and safety, we ask your cooperation and understanding.

Today is the 15th Anniversary of the death of Saint John Paul II (April 2, 2005). Pope Francis said, "In these difficult times that we are living, I encourage you to trust in Divine Mercy and in Saint John Paul II's intercession." Let us continue to pray for the sick, hospitalized, those who have died, as well as all healthcare professionals, doctors, nurses, scientists, and first responders. Let us implore the intercession of Our Blessed Mother Mary, Mother of Divine Mercy and Health of the Sick, to intercede for us and to bring a quick end to this pandemic. May God bless you and your family. Stay well and Keep Safe. We are praying for you! Saint John Paul II, pray for us! Mary, Mother of Divine Mercy, pray for us! Father Ed and Father Chris