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May 15, 2011 OUR LADY OF PEACE CHURCH Page 1

Wednesday, May 18th


Masses of the Week 7:00 a.m. Albert Salzano, req. Rosemarie Lafiosca
Saturday, May 14th 12:10 p.m. Catherine and Joseph Maggi, req. the family
8:30 a.m. Weekly Memorial Mass Thursday, May 19th
11:00 a.m. Mass and Anointing of the Sick and 7:00 a.m. Pauline Abood, req. The Moir Family
Elderly 12:10 p.m. Patrick Michael Smith, req. Mary and Jack
5:00 p.m. Frank and Virginia Orrei, req. The Smith
DiSturco Family Friday, May 20th
th
Sunday, May 15 7:00 a.m. Richard Martratt, req. The Mea Family
Fourth Sunday of Easter 12:10 p.m. Gaetano and Giovanna Centamore, req.
7:30 a.m. Sherrie DeAlverez Murphy, req. her their daughter Maria
family
Saturday, May 21st
9:00 a.m. Dolores Loder-White, req. The Connolly 8:30 a.m. Weekly Memorial Mass
Family
5:00 p.m. Jean Mizzoni, req. Josephine and Dominick
10:30 a.m. Vincent Cerrato, req. The Fezza Family Rosato
12:00 p.m. Anthony Fezza, req. The Contardo
Sunday, May 22nd
Family
Fifth Sunday after Easter
Monday, May 16th
7:30 a.m. Jean Mizzoni, req. Marjorie Buttery
7:00 a.m. For the People of the Parish and all their
intentions 9:00 a.m. Anthony Fezza, req. The OLP Catechetical
Staff
12:10 p.m. John Ricciardi, req. his wife and
children 10:30 a.m. Louise Fattizzi, req. Valerie and Luciano
Ricciardi
Tuesday, May 17th
12:00 p.m. Keith Walsh, req. Mary Clare and Robert
7:00 a.m. Leonard Bakker, req. Susanne Walsh
Vogt
12:10 p.m. Eileen Gilliland, req. Terry Dill

Meet Our )ew Deacons


Following last week’s bulletin announcement about Our Lady of Peace’s new deacons, here is some background informa-
tion on Ken DiPaola and Charlie Boucher.
Ken is originally from Brooklyn and moved to New Providence 28 years ago when he and his wife Susan were married.
They have a daughter, Samantha who is currently studying for her Masters Degree at Franciscan University in Steubenville,
Ohio.
Ken has an MBA and worked for 27 years on Wall Street in the Investor Relations business. Eight years ago, he changed
careers and now works for the Archdiocese of Newark where he is the director of development focusing on marketing the
Archbishop’s Annual Appeal, Stewardship and advising parishes seeking to start capital campaigns.

Charlie and Francine have been married for 36 years and are longtime residents of Summit. Francine is a graduate of the
Academy of Our Lady of Peace and is currently a senior managing lawyer at Prudential. Both attended Union Catholic
High School, where they first met. He served in the US Army, earned an MBA from Columbia, and recently retired from
a career in information technology. He worked for the NY Times, Chase, Salomon, and Morgan Stanley, and was the
chief information officer for Standard & Poor’s and for the US Securities & Exchange Commission. Charlie’s ministries
have included Minister of the Eucharist to the homebound and at Overlook hospital, being a member of the RCIA and
Baptism teams, and as a Lector. He was an eagle scout and earned the Ad Altare Dei award.
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Relatives and Friends Scriptural Readings


Who )eed Our Prayers
Please pray especially for the following people who have
for the Week of May 15th
recently been added to our prayer list: Fourth Sunday of Easter
Marion Pencinger, Jason C., Sr. Mary LaReina Acts 2:14a, 36-41; 1 Pt 2:20b-25; Jn 10:1-10
Kelly, Brigida Espinal, Annette Fiorilli, Marian Cole- Monday
man, Pam Stewart, Julia Redling, Anthony Gheselli, Acts 11:1-18; Jn 10:11-18
Maryann Hughes, Tom Hoban, Mrs.Chesnok and Tuesday
eight special intentions. Acts 11:19-26; Jn 10:22-30
Let us also pray for the men and women who are serving Wednesday
in our military in particular those who are from our parish: Acts 12:24-13:5a; Jn 12:44-50
PFC. Joseph Robert Pecca - Korea Thursday
Acts 13:13-25; Jn 13:16-20
2LT. Kyle R. Lee, Army - Iraq
Friday
2LT. Charlie Law, Army - Iraq
Acts 13:26-33; Jn 14:1-6
CPL. Gerald Squirlock Jr., Army – Afghanistan
Saturday
Lance CPL. Christopher Sodano, Marines - Afghanistan Acts 13:44-52; Jn 14:7-14
Also, please remember our dearly departed relatives and
friends who have passed away recently especially
Mary Vogt and Giovanni Angiuoni We are Looking for Sandwiches
May they rest in peace.
Please Help!
Please remember that there is a special intention
book located in the Baptistery of the church. Your in-
On Tuesday, May 17th, we will deliver sandwiches made
tention can be written in it and prayed for during the
at home by Our Lady of Peace parishioners to St. Joseph’s
Masses that are said at Our Lady of Peace. Social Service Center. The sandwiches will be used in vari-
ous community outreach programs.
Here is how you can help:
New OLP Flagpole Garden Buy a loaf of any kind of bread.
Turn the loaf of bread into sandwiches by using your
Groundbreaking is starting soon but we need choice of sandwich fillings (e.g., any type of cold
your help. Scouts will be available on May 21st and cuts, peanut butter & jelly, etc. You can put a little
nd mustard or butter on the bread but no mayo,
22 masses to accept donations. If you wish to give please!).
physical assistance please contact Joe Kelly. All Put each sandwich into a baggie.
support is greatly appreciated. Return the wrapped sandwiches to the loaf wrapper and
For questions contact: Dkelly46@comcast.net close it up.
(908)-508-0993 Tape a piece of paper to the loaf wrapper telling the
kind of sandwiches you have made
Bring the sandwiches to Our Lady of Peace on the
Tuesday morning:
From 7:00 a.m. to 8:45 a.m., sandwiches can be left
in the vestibule of the church on the side closest
to the Rectory.
From 9:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., sandwiches should be
brought to the lobby of the Parish Hall.
At 9:30 a.m., we leave to deliver sandwiches.
Thank you!
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Tuesday, May 17th


Calendar of Parish Activities Country Fair set up continues!
The Week of May 15, 2011 7:30 p.m. Adult Choir practice, church

th
Wednesday, May 18th
Sunday, May 15 6:00 – 10:00 p.m. Country Fair begins, church
Second Collection during each Sunday Mass grounds
for Communicating God’s Word Thursday, May 19th
1:00 – 2:00 p.m. Holy Hour of Reparation to the Sacred
High School Youth Group Heart of Jesus, Church
Trip to Great Adventure 6:00 – 10:00 p.m. Country Fair, church grounds
9:00 a.m. Family Liturgy, church Friday, May 20th
10:00 – 11:45 a.m. Rel. Ed Family Based Wrap Up Meet-
6:00 – 11:00 p.m. Country Fair, church grounds
ing, PH
10:00 a.m. R.C.I.A., Parish Library Saturday, May 21st
2:00 p.m. Baptisms, church 1:00 – 11:00 p.m. Country Fair, church grounds

Monday, May 16th Sunday, May 22nd


7:30 p.m. The Rosary followed by the Novena, 10:00 a.m. R.C.I.A., Parish Library
church Following the 12 noon Mass, a reception for our
Country Fair set up begins! newly ordained deacons, church grounds

Quotes from the General Instruction


of the Roman Missal
May 15, 2011 - Part 1 of 7

On November 27, 2011, the English speaking Church in the USA will begin using a new translation of the prayers
used at Mass (The Roman Missal). A series of quotes explaining the parts of the Mass from the General Instruc-
tion of the Roman Missal (GIRM) will be posted here. These explanations are meant to help the reader participate
more fully in the Sunday Mass. Please check here weekly.

The Importance and Dignity of the Eucharistic Celebration


The celebration of Mass, as the action of Christ and the People of God…is the center of the whole Christian life for
the Church both universal and local, as well as for each of the faithful…It is therefore of the greatest importance
that the celebration of the Mass…be so arranged that the sacred ministers and the faithful taking part in it…may
derive from it more abundantly those fruits for the sake of which Christ the Lord instituted the Eucharistic Sacri-
fice of his Body and Blood…
This will best be accomplished if…the entire celebration is planned in such a way that it leads to a conscious, ac-
tive, and full participation of the faithful both in body and in mind, a participation burning with faith, hope, and
charity, of the sort which is desired by the Church and demanded by the very nature of the celebration, and to
which the Christian people have a right and duty by reason of their Baptism. (GIRM 16, 17, 18)
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From The
Catechetical Office
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION REGISTRATION
Registration for fall sessions now in progress
The Catechetical Office is located in the Rectory -Office Hours: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm daily.
Other hours by appointment 908-464-8156 olpcatoff@aol.com
Registration forms and Parent Handbooks are on the tables in the back of the church and in the slots by the rectory reception desk.
All Catholic children attending public schools should attend religious education classes so that they may be well grounded in our faith
and be prepared for the sacraments. You may either mail your completed forms to the Catechetical Office or drop them off at our
Office located in the rectory. When you register before June 15 you qualify for the “early bird” tuition rate.
First Grade Don’t delay registering your young one. Our First Reconciliation and Eucharist preparation begins in grade one. Chil-
dren generally receive First Reconciliation in the second grade and First Communion in the third grade after they have experienced
full preparation during those three years.
Kindergarten Sessions Our Lady of Peace parish also offers religious education for kindergarten aged children at a reduced fee.
Kindergarten classes are not ‘required’ but parents often want their children to begin classes at this age. Please call the Catechetical
Office at 908-464-8156 for information.
FAITH-FILLED ADULTS
One of the most rewarding things you can do is share your faith with the MAKE ME STRONG IN SPIRIT
young people of our parish as a catechist who teaches in our Religious Make me strong in spirit, Lord,
Education Program. Although many of our catechists are returning in the
fall, there are available openings in the grades and times below: Courageous in action,

Thursdays, 3:30 – 4:45 pm: Grade 5 or 6 Gentle of heart.

Please check your heart to see if God is calling you to the catechetical Let me act in wisdom,
ministry, and then phone the Catechetical Office at 908-464-8156 so we Conquer my fear and doubt,
can give you all the info you need.
Discover my own hidden gifts.
Catechists are not necessarily professional teachers; they are just
‘ordinary’ faith-filled adults who love our Catholic faith and enjoy inter- Meet others with compassion,
acting with children and young people. We will help you with the tools Be a source of healing energies,
you need, including curriculum, lesson planning, and training.
And face each day with hope and joy. Amen.
Our goal is to keep class sizes small (between 8 & 10 students per class.)
--Abby Willoroot
Your help will enable us to meet this goal.

News from
Prayer: Finding the Heart’s True Home
The Parish Library by Richard J. Foster

“Widely considered the best modern work ever written on Christian prayer, this life-changing book explores the three spiritual
“movements” of prayer, offering a sensitive, warm and compelling primer that helps us understand, experience, and practice
the many forms of prayer. Foster defines the prayer process, clears up common misconceptions, and shows the way into
prayers of contemplation, healing, blessing, forgiveness, rest, and more.” I found this book to be enjoyable and educational. I
recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the purpose and process of prayer. Review by Barbara
This book can be found in Category #23 -Inspiration. The library, located in the rectory basement, is open when the rectory is open.
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Marriage Anniversary Masses


The Archdiocese will celebrate anniversary
Masses commemorating special years for couples.
On June 5, 2011 couples celebrating 50 years of
marriage or more are invited to the Cathedral at
3:00 p.m. for Mass with the Archbishop (the regis-
Annual Country Fair tration deadline is Friday, May 27th). On June 12,
2011, couples celebrating 25 years and 5 years of
May 18th, 19th, 20th & 21st marriage are invited to the Cathedral for Mass with
the Archbishop at 3:00 p.m. (the registration dead-
Bakers We )eed Your Help! line is Friday, June 3rd).
Volunteers are still needed to bake cupcakes, cook- Please contact Joanne at the rectory office to
ies, brownies, pies, cakes or your own specialty treats register.
during our Country Fair. Please label what your
baked item is and if it contains nuts. You can bring Manorcare, New Providence
your baked items directly to the gym during the Fair. is looking for Volunteers!
Thank you in advance for your efforts and creativity!
What we are looking for…
+ dedicated individuals who want to make a differ-
Ride Tickets )ow on Sale ence in our residents lives.

Country Fair Rides are now on sale at the Rectory + people who truly care and like to be around seniors
Office. A sheet of 30 tickets costs $20. This is the + select jobs: delivering and reading mail, leading
best price of the season. (Once the Country Fair activity programs, assisting with wheelchair transport
opens, the best price when purchasing in bulk will be to/from programs, assist on trips, shop for Bingo
$1.00 each). items, share a personal talent, assist with church ser-
vices 2x’s per month, assist with the Barber and hair-
dresser, visit residents in their rooms who do not have
Please Return Your much outside or family support
+ Assist with manicures, and makeovers, special
50/50 Raffle Tickets events, entertainment, taking residents out for a walk,
We want to thank those who have already pur- playing outdoor games etc.
chased and returned Country Fair 50/50 Raffle Tick- For requirements beyond a caring heart - please
ets. If you are planning to buy your tickets, please contact David Spatola, Director of Activities, will
return them as soon as possible to the rectory office. need to interview you to see if you are the right fit…
50/50 Raffle Tickets can be purchased at the rec- Mr. Spatola can be reached at 908-464-8600
tory office before the Fair opens then at the Raffle (Manorcare is located at 144 Gales Dr., NP)
Tickets booth on the Fair grounds once the Fair begins.
Archbishop’s Annual Appeal
Your gift to the Archbishop’s Annual Appeal is
Food Pantry Items of the Week a part of your personal commitment to Christian
Stewardship:
Our supplies of assorted Chef Boyardee and
Giving thanks to God by returning a portion of the
Dinty Moore canned meals ,tuna fish and blessings God has given you.
toothbrushes are very low. Your donations to our
Food Pantry are truly appreciated. Won’t you please take a moment to fill out a
pledge card? Your gift is a concrete example of be-
Thank you very much! ing a good steward of God’s gifts.
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2011

Mark these dates on your calendar:


Wednesday, May 18th 6:00 p.m. –10:00 p.m.
Thursday, May 19th 6:00 p.m. –10:00 p.m.
Friday, May 20th 6:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.
Saturday, May 21st 1:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.
It’s time for our annual Country Fair. What better way to get involved than to help
at the Fair? This is the largest fund raising event held at OLP. The success of the
Fair depends on you! All we ask is for you to donate a few hours of your time and
have lots of fun while doing it. We would like to get as many people involved as
possible. We need your help!

PLEASE VOLUNTEER TODAY!!!


Help with clean up Saturday night May 21st at 11:00 p.m. ______
(Volunteer areas needed during fair hours are listed on the reverse side of
this sheet)
Name: __________________________
Phone: __________________________
Email: _______________________________________________

Please leave this form at the rectory or drop it in the collection basket or
mail it to: Debbie Johnston 12 W. 4th St, New Providence, NJ 07974

Come join the Fun!


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2011
Country Fair Volunteer Sign-up Sheet
ADULTS ONLY!
Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

Country Store:

Fifty/Fifty:
Sell Tickets Hourly

Inside Raffle:
Sell Chances

Munchies & More:


Sell Food Items
************** ************** ************** **************
Kiddie Tent:

Ride Booths:
Sell Tickets
1:00 - 3: 30pm
6:00 - 8:00pm 6:00 - 8: 00pm 6:00 - 8: 30pm
Wheels of Chance 3:30 - 6:00pm
And Trailer Workers:
Circle your time 6:00 - 8: 30pm
Preference. 8:00 - 10:00pm 8:00 - 10:00pm 8:30 - 11:00pm
8:30 - 11:00pm

Mom’s Kitchen

Work Where needed

If someone has already called you to work, there is no need to fill out this form. But if you haven’t
received a call or have not yet signed up to work, please check the boxes for the days and areas that you can
help. Then print your full name, phone number and email address on the reverse side. Please return this form
to the rectory as soon as possible.
Thank you for the many hours that you, our parishioners, school parents and friends, have volunteered for
at the Country Fair in past years and we hope to see you working at the Fair again this year.

**Children under 18 who would like to volunteer or need service hours MUST contact
Jim or Debbie Johnston at 908-464-1591.**
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June Youth Club News


Middle School Youth Club (7th and 8th grade)
2010-2011 Activities have ended. 2011-2012 Registration forms are now
available for youth club. Forms can be found in the rectory mail slot. Please
submit forms by Wednesday, June 15, 2011.
Junior Youth Club (5th and 6th grade)
Saturday, June 4th End of Year Party 4th – 6th Grade
7:00 – 9:00 p.m. “Make Your Own Sundae”, Kickball
2011-2012 Registration forms are now available in the rectory. Please submit
forms by Wednesday, June 15, 2011.

Thank you to everyone that donated items to HCR Manor Care. It is greatly
appreciated!! Additional items continue to be collected
at the Rectory Office.

AN INVITATION TO ALL 4TH GRADERS!!!


COME AND CHECK OUT OUR LADY OF PEACE
JUNIOR YOUTH CLUB

WHO: ANY OLP 5TH OR 6TH GRADER – WE ALSO WELCOME FRIENDS


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WHEN: USUALLY ON A SATURDAY EVENING FROM 7-9 P.M.
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