Second Sunday of Easter Sunday of Divine Mercy

Segundo Domingo de Pascua Domingo de la Divina Misericordia

Chaplet of Divine Mercy

 

 

Chaplet of Divine Mercy

April 11, 2021

 

Devotion at 3PM

Outline of the Service

Livestream Liturgies

Christ Appears to the Apostles Behind Closed Doors

Source:    https://www.artbible.info/art/large/162.html
Artist:     Buoninsegna di Duccio(d. 1319)
 
 
 

 
Every month we celebrate Eucharistic Adoration and Devotion to Sacred Heart of Jesus and Immaculate Heart of Mary. You can join us on First Friday and First Saturday of each month in person or pray with us online on our YouTube Channel. 
 
First Friday Devotion - MAY 7, 2021, at 8:30AM
 
 
“I promise you, in the excessive mercy of my Heart that my all powerful love will grant to all those who receive Holy Communion on the first Friday for nine consecutive months, the grace of final repentance; they shall not die in my disgrace nor without receiving the sacraments; my divine Heart shall be their safe refuge in that last moment.”  Our Lord to St. Margaret Mary
 
First Saturday Devotion
MAY 1, 2021, at 8:30AM
 
 
The Five First Saturdays devotion is one of the principal points of the Fatima message. It centers on the urgent need for mankind to offer reparation and expiate for the many injuries that the Immaculate Heart of Mary suffers from the hands of both impious and indifferent men.
 
 
 
Our Lady returns to Lucia 12 years after the apparitions and requests the First Saturday Communion of Reparations for Russia's conversion. This request is for all people.
 
 
 
 

 

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Giving Online

We say thank you so much to all who made generous donation to our parish in this difficult time for everyone. Please, be assured, that our Parish Community will keep you and your family in constant prayers at our daily Rosary.
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125 Years of Service to the Lord

On July 24, 2020, St. Joseph’s celebrated 125 YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE LORD IN ROSELLE!

We are grateful to God that it has been more than 125 years since the cornerstone of the first church has been laid and that the Catholic population of Roselle was given the chance to worship in their own building. We pray, that the coming generations will embrace our beautiful tradition and continue to bring all people to worship our Savior and welcome any stranger with the love of our Lord Jesus Christ in their heart. 

For the brief history of our Parish Community, please click here.

An Easter Hallelujah - Cassandra Star & her sister Callahan

 

Cassandra Star (10) & her big sister Callahan (19) sing this beautiful & meaningful Easter version of Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah. These Easter lyrics were written by Kelley Mooney, the piano track was arranged by Jeff Buckley of Karaoke Studios & the recording by Maverick Judson of MJ Interactive. *especially for her Nana who needs extra love & prayers right now.... this is her favourite song and dedicated to her with love.

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April 11, 2021
Sunday of Divine Mercy

Acts 4:32-35
1 Jn 5:1-6
Jn 20:19-31

GROW: Do you ever have times – at the dinner table or at a gathering of friends – where all seems right with the world? I often hold my breath, conscious of the fragility of those moments, fearful that saying something might jinx things. It’s a little like rooting for a pitcher cruising into the bottom of the ninth with a no-hitter – that feeling that we are on the verge of perfection. Well, as Christians, we are on that verge, although perfection will not come in this life but the next. And so, as fleeting as these human moments feel, and can actually be, we are reminded in today’s psalm: “Give thanks to the Lord for he is good, his love is everlasting … Let those who fear the Lord say, ‘His mercy endures forever.’” As we celebrate this Divine Mercy Sunday, and enter the second week of Easter, let us give thanks for the gift of God’s great mercy, and pray for the grace to be as loving and merciful to others. 

GO: I’m taken by the story of doubting Thomas. For a long time I’ve focused on the “doubting” part of his name, the fact that he demanded to place his fingers in the nail marks and his hand in Jesus’ side. However, when Jesus addresses Thomas, Thomas’ response is immediate and unqualified: “My Lord and my God!” Thomas has recognized the divine nature of Jesus; he sees him not just as the man he has followed, but as God. As Catholics, we may sometimes face questions about how the Church has come to believe and teach certain things. Thomas’ ultimate affirmation encourages us to be steadfast in our faith, and to be patient with any of our own and others’ questions. That is because Christ will come to meet us where we are. As the Incarnation of God’s divine mercy, Jesus Christ is the one who hears our doubts and insecurities, and he answers them: “Here I am. Look at me. Touch me. Feel my presence.” Thomas was not afraid, and we need not fear either. God’s mercy is upon us, “and the victory that conquers the world is our faith.” Let us witness to our faith as Thomas did to his.

PRAY: Today is Divine Mercy Sunday, a day when we are reminded of God’s immense love and mercy for us. Learn more about this day and how to recite the Divine Mercy Chaplet:
https://www.usccb.org/prolife/divine-mercy-sunday.

 

Pope Francis proclaims “Year of St Joseph”

THE YEAR OF ST. JOSEPH

“EACH OF US CAN DISCOVER IN JOSEPH – THE MAN WHO GOES UNNOTICED, A DAILY, DISCREET AND HIDDEN PRESENCE – AN INTERCESSOR, A SUPPORT AND A GUIDE IN TIMES OF TROUBLE.” — Pope Francis, Patris Corde

 

Saint JosephWith the Apostolic Letter “Patris corde” (“With a Father’s Heart”), Pope Francis recalls the 150th anniversary of the declaration of Saint Joseph as Patron of the Universal Church. To mark the occasion, the Holy Father has proclaimed a “Year of Saint Joseph” from December 8, 2020, to December 8, 2021.

 

Saint Joseph is the guardian of the Holy Family, the Church, and laborers everywhere.

At the conclusion of his Letter, Pope Francis adds another prayer to St Joseph, which he encourages all of us to pray together:

Hail, Guardian of the Redeemer,
Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
To you God entrusted his only Son;
in you Mary placed her trust;
with you Christ became man.

Blessed Joseph, to us too,
show yourself a father
and guide us in the path of life.
Obtain for us grace, mercy, and courage,
and defend us from every evil.  Amen.

 

ST. JOSEPH INTERCESSIONS
THE ARCHDIOCESE OF NEWARK

That, during this Year of St. Joseph, we may care for one another the way Joseph cared for Jesus, the Son of God. We pray:

That all fathers may be inspired during this Year of Saint Joseph to imitate him as loving husbands and parents to their families. We pray:

That all refugees may be consoled during this Year of Saint Joseph by the saint who cared for his family when fleeing danger. We pray:

For all who labor to earn their daily bread; may they be strengthened during this Year of Saint Joseph, and may they receive a just wage. We pray:

For all those who quietly minister in the Lord’s vineyard. May they be inspired by Joseph, the silent saint, to work humbly for God. We pray:

For all families, that during this Year of Saint Joseph they may grow together in joy and love, as did Jesus, Mary and Joseph. We pray:

For unborn children and their parents;
For the elderly and the seriously ill;
For those on death row and all victims of violence; may all life be protected through the intercession of Saint Joseph. We pray:

https://www.rcan.org/joseph

2021 Annual Appeal

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The 2021 Annual Appeal will fund essential programs and ministries at the heart of our Catholic mission in our four counties – namely to proclaim the gospel, to pass on the faith to future generations, particularly through the celebration of the sacraments, and to care for the poor and those on the margins. Now more than ever, especially during this health crisis, our ministries and programs need your support.

Will you prayerfully consider making a gift to the 2021 Annual Appeal?

 

To view video in Spanish, click here.

Su respuesta a la Llamada Anual apoya diversos ministerios de la Arquidiócesis de Newark.  Gracias por su apoyo.  
 
 

The pandemic has presented so many of us with unprecedented and difficult challenges. We are so grateful to all the generous individuals who continue to support the mission of our local Church. If you would like to contribute to the 2021 Annual Appeal, please visit rcan.org/sharing to make a gift today. With gratitude for your stewardship, The Office of Development and Stewardship.

 

Welcome

Located at the corner of East Third Avenue and Walnut Street in Roselle, New Jersey the parish was founded in 1895 and has served the people of Roselle and Roselle Park ever since. The parish also has an elementary school, serving the community since 1913, providing classes from Pre-K through the 8th Grade. Our Rectory is located at 157 East Fourth Avenue, behind the church, our school is next to the church on East Third Avenue. We invite you and your family to join us because we are

More Than a Church, We are a Pilgrim People!

If you would like to join the parish please click on the Parish Registration Form box below. Follow the directions to register your family and become a part of the Saint Joseph's Roselle family!

General Info

Church Location
160 East 3rd Avenue
Roselle, New Jersey 07203

Parish Office
157 East 4th Ave.
Roselle, NJ 07203
Tel: 908-241-1250
Fax: 908-241-6311

Office Hours
Monday - Thursday
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Parish email:
[email protected]

Mass Times

Daily (Monday to Saturday) 8:00 AM
Saturday Vigil Masses:
5:00 PM, 7:00 PM in Spanish
Sundays: 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM & 12 Noon
First Friday Adoration - 8:30 AM
First Saturday Devotion - 8:30 AM
Holy Days - As Announced
Reconciliation:
Monday - Friday after 8 AM Mass
Saturday 4:00 - 4:30 PM

Pastoral Staff

Rev. Dr. Krzysztof K. Maslowski, Pastor

Rev. Juan Pablo Esteban, Weekend Assistant

Halina Pieklo, Parish Office Administrator 908-241-1250

Arthur Kazmierczak, Receptionist 908-241-1250

Deborah Biddulph, CCD Coordinator 908-764-5838

Anthony Esposito, RCIA Coordinator 908-241-1250

Salvador Alberto Montalvo, Music Director 908-267-7853

Patricia Cymbaluk, St. Joseph School Principal 908-245-6560

Patricia Cymbaluk, Early Childhood 908-245-0569

Events

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Invitation


We welcome all who join us for worship and invite you to become part of our parish family. We encourage you to full and active
participation in our parish life. New members are asked to register by contacting the parish office. Registration to our parish is necessary for admission to our Religious Education program and reception of the Sacraments of Baptism, First Penance, First Eucharist, Confirmation and Matrimony, and also for anyone needing letters of sponsorship for Baptism or Confirmation. You can download Registration Form right here. 

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Daily Readings

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Liturgical Year

Apr. 11 Second Sunday of Easter (or Sunday of Divine Mercy), Solemnity

"I shall sing forever the Lord's mercy." (Ps 89 [88]) This Sunday is popularly known as Mercy of God Sunday. Between 1930 and 1938 Christ appeared to Sister Faustina, a Sister of Mercy in Poland who initiated the Divine Mercy devotion. She was canonized on April 30, 2000, the Sunday after Easter, the Feast of Divine Mercy. On Good Friday, 1937, Jesus requested that Blessed Faustina make a special novena before the Feast of Mercy, from Good Friday through the following Saturday. Jesus also asked that a picture be painted according to the vision of Himself as the fountain of mercy. He gave her a chaplet to be recited and said that it was appropriate to pray the chaplet at three o'clock each afternoon (the Hour of Great Mercy).

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Apr. 10 Saturday in the Octave of Easter, Solemnity

"Lastly, He showed himself to the Eleven themselves while they were at table. He reproached them for their incredulity and obstinacy.... And He said to them, 'Go out to the whole world; proclaim the Good News to all creation'" (Mark 16: 14-15).

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Apr. 9 Friday in the Octave of Easter, Solemnity

"Children, have you any fish?" They answered him, "No." He said to them, "Cast the net on the right side of the boat, and you will find some." So they cast it, and now they were not able to haul it in, for the quantity of fish. That disciple whom Jesus loved said to Peter, "It is the Lord!"

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Saint of the Day

Saint Stanislaus

Image: Gothic stained glass window from Dominican Monastery in Kraków | photo by Ludwig Schneider.

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Rejoice in the Lord by Cardinal Joseph W. Tobin, C.Ss.R., Archbishop of Newark

Rejoice in the Lord

"Rejoice in the Lord is an instrument of communication for our Archdiocese. The purpose of this newsletter is to strengthen relationships with you and all the people of the Archdiocese. We hope that Rejoice in the Lord will serve as an important means of keeping you informed about important matters of concern to this Archdiocese and, when appropriate, to the Church in the U.S. and throughout the world.

- Cardinal Joseph W. Tobin, C.Ss.R., Archbishop of Newark.


"La Regocíjense en el Señor es un instrumento de comunicación para nuestra Arquidiócesis. El propósito de este boletín es fortalecer las relaciones con usted y todas las personas de la Arquidiócesis. Esperamos que Regocíjense en el Señor sirva como un medio importante para mantenerlos informados sobre asuntos importantes que preocupan a esta Arquidiócesis y, cuando sea apropiado, a la Iglesia en los Estados Unidos y en todo el mundo.

The latest edition of Rejoice in the Lord, Cardinal Tobin’s newsletter to all the faithful in the Archdiocese is now available.

Crisis Magazine

Antigone in a Nutshell

Sophocles is probably the greatest dramatist in the history of civilization, with the obvious exception of Shakespeare. He lived for ninety years, his life spanning almost the entirety of the fifth century B.C., from 496 to 406. During his long life, which seems to have been spent entirely in Athens, he witnessed both the rise […]

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Outside the Box: Resurrection or Reanimation?

The earth shook, and the rocks were split; the tombs also were opened, and many bodies of the saints who had fallen asleep were raised, and coming out of the tombs after his resurrection they went into the holy city and appeared to many.  —Matthew 27:51-53 West was a materialist, believing in no soul and attributing all […]

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What is the teaching of the Church on abortion-tainted vaccines?

Eric Sammons, Editor-in-Chief of Crisis Magazine, discusses the debate within the Catholic world regarding the morality of abortion-tainted vaccines. Related links: Moral Reflections on Vaccines Prepared from Cells Derived from Aborted Human Foetuses (Pontifical Academy for Life, 2005) Dignitas Personae (Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, 2008) Note on the morality of using some […]

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Pick of the Week

The National Catholic Bioethics Center

The National Catholic Bioethics Center

The National Catholic Bioethics Center, established in 1972, conducts research, consultation, publishing and education to promote human dignity in health care and the life sciences, and derives its message directly from the teachings of the Catholic Church. 

The National Catholic Bioethics Center believes the Catholic reverence for human life can help shape societal attitudes and public policy for the benefit of all, particularly for those who are weak and vulnerable.

https://www.ncbcenter.org

PRAY: THE STORY OF PATRICK PEYTON

PRAY: THE STORY OF PATRICK PEYTON​, a documentary film about Father Patrick Peyton C.S.C., the famous Hollywood Rosary priest who was dedicated to inspiring millions of families to pray together and coined the famous phrase, “The family that prays together stays together,” is in select theaters nationwide now. ​PRAY​ is produced by ​Family Theater Productions​, the same Hollywood organization founded by Father Patrick Peyton, and distributed by ​ArtAffects​.

 

Watch the ​PRAY​ trailer: ​https://youtu.be/eS8G3c9CJds​.

Aleteia

6 Ways to focus on mercy this year

Some inspiration and tips to lead a life full of mercy.

6 Ways to focus on mercy this year

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A family guide to the Easter Season

Here's how to turn some ordinary activities into a way of enjoying the Faith.

A family guide to the Easter Season

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How to be merciful on a daily basis

Mercy is more than forgiveness; it's a call to imitate the Lord.

How to be merciful on a daily basis

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Catholic World Report

Ahmad Al Aliwi Al Issa, jihad, and questionable narratives

In the wake of the March 23rd killing of ten people at the King Soopers grocery store in Boulder, Colorado, two Catholic bishops quickly responded with words of solace. They prayed for the victims and [...]

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Feds allege ex-executive embezzled children’s services non-profit for personal spending

Lansing, Mich., Apr 10, 2021 / 16:00 pm America/Denver (CNA). Alleging embezzlement of over $200,000, federal prosecutors have filed charges against John Lynch, a former executive of the historically Catholic Michigan non-profit Holy Cross Children’s [...]

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Australian Cardinal Edward Cassidy, Vatican official and diplomat, dies at 96

Rome Newsroom, Apr 10, 2021 / 08:26 am America/Denver (CNA). Cardinal Edward Idris Cassidy, a longtime Vatican diplomat and official, has died in Newcastle, Australia, at the age of 96. Cassidy was president of the [...]

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ZENIT: The World Seen from Rome

Liturgy Q&A: More on Pro Populo Masses

And Update on This Liturgy Column

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Zenit English Thanks Readers and Supporters

Operations Suspended Today

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Auxiliary Bishop of Owerri in South-East Nigeria Kidnapped

Bishop Moses Chikwe

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Decent Films

A Triduum ritual: <em>The Miracle Maker</em>

Our seasonal movie-watching during Advent, Lent, and the Christmas and Easter seasons varies from year to year, but Triduum is always the same.

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Resurrection

The Bible world of Roma Downey and Mark Burnett’s LightWorkers Media productions sometimes seems not unlike a movie about Shakespeare in which you hear lines like “To be or not to be, that is the question” and “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players,” but everyone seems to have heard them already.

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Raya and the Last Dragon

If Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon seems familiar, that might be because … well, because of echoes of a lot of things, really.

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