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Saint Luke’s 1864 2021 Parish Office 201-444-0272 Fax 201-652-7044 CCD Office 201-447-2779 On the Web www.churchofstluke.org Facebook St. Lukes Church - RC MISSION STATEMENT To reach out in love to all Gods people by living the healing ministry of Jesus Christ and St. Luke as a caring faith community fed by the Eucharist and led by the Holy Spirit. Rev. James M. Manos --------------------------- Pastor John McKeon ------------------------------------ Deacon Rev. Eugene Gniewyk ------------------- In Residence Msgr. Thomas J. McDade -------------- In Residence Sr. Lois Jablonski, S.S.J. --------- Pastoral Associate Sr. Eileen Ivory, O.P. ------------- Pastoral Associate Elizabeth Maxwell ------- Director of Music Ministry Christine Ferreri -- Director of Religious Education Paul Petersen --------------------- Pastoral Associate Katherine Greenwood ------ Pastoral Assoc, Liturgy Barbara Weiss --------------------- Business Manager Ed Flemming----------------------- Property Manager Donna Cerone -------------- Cemetery Administrator Patrick Logue ------------------------- Safety Manager Peter Mastandrea ---------------------- Parish Trustee Maureen Menakis ---------------------- Parish Trustee Ed Hayes ----------------- Pastoral Council President St. Luke s Is Served By... October 10, 2021 Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time Confessions Saturdays from 1:00-2:00 pm Mass Schedule Saturday 5:00 pm Sunday 8:00 am 10:00 am 12:00 pm Daily M-F 9:00 am 340 N. FRANKLIN TURNPIKE • HO-HO-KUS, NJ 07423

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Parish Office 201-444-0272
MISSION STATEMENT
by living the healing
ministry of Jesus Christ
community fed
led by the Holy Spirit.
Rev. James M. Manos --------------------------- Pastor John McKeon ------------------------------------ Deacon Rev. Eugene Gniewyk ------------------- In Residence Msgr. Thomas J. McDade -------------- In Residence Sr. Lois Jablonski, S.S.J. --------- Pastoral Associate Sr. Eileen Ivory, O.P. ------------- Pastoral Associate Elizabeth Maxwell ------- Director of Music Ministry Christine Ferreri -- Director of Religious Education Paul Petersen --------------------- Pastoral Associate
Katherine Greenwood ------ Pastoral Assoc, Liturgy Barbara Weiss --------------------- Business Manager Ed Flemming----------------------- Property Manager Donna Cerone -------------- Cemetery Administrator Patrick Logue ------------------------- Safety Manager Peter Mastandrea ---------------------- Parish Trustee Maureen Menakis ---------------------- Parish Trustee Ed Hayes ----------------- Pastoral Council President
St. Luke’s Is Served By...
October 10, 2021
Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Confessions Saturdays from 1:00-2:00 pm
Mass Schedule Saturday 5:00 pm Sunday 8:00 am 10:00 am 12:00 pm Daily M-F 9:00 am
340 N. FRANKLIN TURNPIKE • HO-HO-KUS, NJ 07423
Page 2 Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Mass Intentions for the Week of October 10
Saturday, October 9
5:00 pm Manfred Knoop John & Ruth Pizzarelli Maria Luisa Alcazar Gonzalez Kathy D’Amico Elizabeth Logue
Sunday, October 10 Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time
8:00 am Mary Hayes 10:00 am Deceased Members of the Rodriguez & Hourcadette Families 12:00 pm Eileen Dolan
Monday, October 11 Columbus Day
9:00 am Sirena Cosentino
Saturday, October 16
5:00 pm Julie Leach Elizabeth Logue Helen Magee Dan O’Leary
Sunday, October 17 Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time
8:00 am Mary P Kelly 10:00 am Dolores Quigley 12:00 pm Carmelanne Dilkes
Stewardship of Treasure
The collection amount for the weekend of October 2/3 amounted to $7,605. We are so very grateful for your ongoing stewardship, kindness & generosity.
With gratitude for their service,
let us keep those who serve in our military
in our prayers including
We remember those who are ill, and those who are in need of prayer especially Richard Saporito, Msgr Robert Slipe, Joe Scarry, Peggy Elwood, Adam DeAngelis, Veronica Lackey, Mercedes Garcia, Cole McKeon, Tim O’Hare, Stacey Veros, Curtis Daniels, Charles Lavin, Eric LaPorte, healthcare workers, funeral home personnel, first responders, and all those who have recently died.
Nicholas Oravetz, US Navy Capt William Mulkeen, US Army
Major Sean Fox, USAF Capt David Gatti, US Army
Lance Cpl Patrick Gordon, USMC Major Frank Toomey, US Army Arnauld Tarbangdo, US Marines
Nicole Cunneely, US Navy James Ryan, US Navy IT3
1st Lt Christopher Forst, USAF Airman Christopher Ward, USAF
Colin Lynch, US Navy Staff Sgt Brandon Ritter, USAF 1st Lt Conrad Polys, US Marines
Brendan Jimenez, US Coast Guard MSG James Leonard, NJ Natl Guard
Capt Brendan Cahill, US Army SPC Logan Costello, US Army
Page 3 Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time
October Gives Us a Unique Beauty
October is resplendent with the beauty of nature. The fall gives us an invigorating lift. We seem to feel “fully alive” looking forward to a new beginning filled with energy. Would you be willing to channel some of that energy to help those less fortunate by sorting through your home for the following: clothing, small appliances, shoes, tools, linens, sheets, towels, stuffed animals, novels and children’s books? The Catholic Charities Donation Bins are located in the north parking lot. Thank you.
Senior Lucan News
The St Luke Senior Lucans will be having their next meeting on Thursday, October 14. The meeting will take place IN THE GYM
at 10 am, following 9 am Mass. Members attending should park in the rectory lot, walk thru the cloister between the rectory and church, and use the door (one small flight down) to the gym, or use the elevator, if necessary. Refreshments will be served.
Third Saturday Mass for Recovery and Healing
All are welcome to Church of St Mary in Closter for the Third Saturday Recovery and Healing Mass on Saturday, October 16th at 12:00 noon. This special Mass speaks to those affected by the use and abuse of drugs and/or alcohol and for those who love them. Current religious gathering protocol will be strictly followed. For those unable to attend in person, we do offer virtual participation through Zoom:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83481399346
This monthly Mass is offered for the support, healing and recovery of those afflicted or affected by a substance use disorder. For information please contact The Father Jim McKenna Memorial Fund at 201.281.6247 or visit our website at https://fatherjimmckenna.org/.
A FRESH PERSPECTIVE ON THE SUNDAY READINGS HIS WORD TODAY
by Rev. William J. Reilly Most Holy Name Catholic Church, Garfield, NJ
Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time October 10, 2021