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  • Our Lady's Special Year - 2019


    As you may have seen from the banner in the church main vestibule, we are about to start a year of special devotion to Our Lady, specifically "Our Lady of Guadalupe," Patroness of the Americas. Bishop Checchio will consecrate the Diocese on December 12, 2019 to Our Lady of Guadalupe and this year is one of spiritual renewal and preparation for that event.

    There will be a number of activities the LIFT ministry will be conducting during the year (stay tuned here for more info as these happen). The first of these is the launch of passing the Guadalupe "Prayer Kit" on January 25th and 26th. A number of families have signed up to receive the Prayer Kit in their home for a week to pray with other families in the Diocese during the week they have the kit; then to pass it on to another family.

    If you have not already signed up to join your fellow parishioners to receive the Prayer Kit, you can do so on lists that are in each vestibule.

    We all know the kinds of good things that have to happen in the Church these days and prayer through Mary is a most powerful way to ask Our Lord to mend the broken and bring peace to our lives. Make it a priority to learn more about Our Lady of Guadalupe. She brought astonishing miracles to the Americas when she appeared and we pray for her help today. 

  • Saddle Up for Fun!


    OK, so after the holidays, it's likely that Visa (and not Santa) will be coming to town and you might be a little short on funds for a Wyoming or Colorado getaway. Problem solved! Come to our FIRST ANNUAL Country Western Hoedown! Saturday, January 26 from 6 to 10pm in Desmond Hall. Amazing food, fun and dancing. Tickets are on sale after Masses. Click here to download the full PDF for details.

  • Celebrate Holy Name Month


    The month of January is traditionally dedicated to the Holy Name of Jesus. After the Blessed Virgin Mary conceived by the Holy Spirit, the angel Gabriel appeared to St. Joseph and told him that the Child’s name should be called Jesus, meaning “God Saves.”

    According to Jewish law, on the 8th day after his birth a male child was to be circumcised, receive his name, and become a full member of God’s covenant people. According to the old Roman liturgical calendar, the Feast of the Circumcision of Jesus was celebrated on January 1st, eight days after Christmas, the same day that He was given His sacred name.

    Currently we celebrate the Solemnity of the Mother of God on January 1st and honor the Holy Name of Jesus on January 3rd. For Catholics, Jesus’ sacred name is the object of a special devotion symbolized by the monogram “IHS,” (sometimes called a Christogram), which is the first three letters of the Greek spelling of His name.

    January 20th is the 8:00AM Holy Name Mass. Consider attending and celebrating God's love for us. Parish coffee follows and it is a great time to enjoy the company of your fellow Holy Name members and parishioners. Hope to see you then.

    Consider becoming a part of our Holy Name Society. It is a wonderful way to express your love for Christ and help bring His kindness and love to our parish family. To join, call the parish office at 732-566-9334.

  • A Fine Christmas Youth Choir!

    Once again our children sang at Christmas Masses and it was a real treat. Choir members got VIP treatment to sample the Holy Name's famous "Cookies with Santa" event!). Pictured here (with Santa's helpers, Carolyn & Guy Smoljan and Linda McGovern with choir director Pat Keaveney at the left) are singers:
    Alex Roldan
    Marie Roldan
    Veronica Roldan
    Cole Spiro
    Hailey Spiro
    Carli Hughes
    Angelica Gascon  (missing from this picture and presumed off helping the cookie chefs!)

    Thanks and blessings for a wonderful 2019 to these great kids and their families. 

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  • Getting Confirmed


    The Adult Confirmation Process at Most Holy Redeemer provides aspiring Confirmation Candidates, 16 and older, with an opportunity to refresh their Faith life while exploring the meaning and importance of being Confirmed in the Holy Spirit as full practicing Catholics.

    If you wish to learn more about this fulfilling and exciting process, contact Co-Directors Pat Corbitt or Deacon Keith Berg at the Parish Office at 732-566-9334 or email us directly at: mhradultfaith@gmail.com.

    Parents or Guardians with teenage children under the age of 16 and who want to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation should call the Parish Religious Education Program at 732-566-5630 or email us at: mhrccd@yahoo.com for information about getting their child enrolled to study for and receive this beautiful Sacrament.

  • Becoming A Catholic

    The parish "RCIA" process to become a Catholic is an exciting and fulfilling journey of faith: "From the awareness of Faith's stirrings and curiosity within one's heart...

    • through all those stages of asking and seeking,
    • through beginning involvement with Roman Catholic people,
    • through hearing the Gospel proclaimed and by faithful reflection and prayer on this Word of God,
    • through study and discussion about the Catholic experience,
    • through doubts and hesitations,
    • through discernment of God's call,
    • through the steps of commitment,
    • through the Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, Confirmation, and Eucharist)
    • to a life of Faith, Love, and Justice lived in communion with Catholics throughout the world.

    If you one of the growing number of good people who are experiecing the call to become a Catholic, answer the call and make the move to join the other wonderful folks in our RCIA program. 

    For more information or to discuss your interest in becoming a Catholic through our parish RCIA program, contact Co-Directors Pat Corbitt or Deacon Keith Berg at the Parish Office at 732-566-9334 or email us directly at:
    mhradultfaith@gmail.com. We will be glad to help you understand how this this warm and exciting program program can work in your life.