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  • Faith Formation
  • Parish Calendar
  • In The Spirit Gifts
  • Clergy Schedule
    Clergy Schedule - May 7 - 8, 2016
    5:00am - Fr. John Tarantino;Deacon Roger Lacouture
    7:30am -  Fr. George Dudak; Deacon Rich Reck
    9:30am -  Fr. John Tarantino; Deacon Rich Reck
    1:00amFr. John Tarantino

    Thursday, May 5, the Ascension of the Lord is a holy day. Masses are 9:00am and 7:30pm

  • Sixth Sunday of Easter
    come holy spirit carole powell“It is the decision of the Holy Spirit and of us…”( Acts 15:28)

    We could probably name a dozen organizations that once were once powerful but are now only a memory. However, there is one organization that has endured over time. The Church, despite challenges, persecutions, scandals, social changes, and political turmoil continues to exist for over two thousand years.

    In this Sunday’s Gospel (Jn 14:23-29) Jesus promises to remain with his Church. On the night of his Last Supper he says, “I am going away and I will come back to you.” Jesus promises to send an Advocate who will remind the disciples of everything that Jesus taught them and bring them peace.

    We see the action of the Spirit powerfully at work in our First Reading (Acts 15:1-2, 22-29). The Christian community peacefully resolved an issue that could have torn it apart. The issue; must Gentile believers in Jesus follow the customs and rituals of the first believers in Christ, the Jewish people?

    Through the action of the Holy Spirit both sides come to an agreement that respected the feelings of the Jewish believers, and acknowledges that the Gospel brings a new freedom, a new way of relating to God.

    The same is true today. We don’t have to resort to the time-worn cliché, “What would Jesus do?” We need only open ourselves to the Spirit of the Risen Lord!

    Through the Holy Spirit, the Lord continues to be with his us, his Church. Because he is no longer bound by space and time, Jesus is even more powerfully present to his followers than he was when he walked with them. Then and now, his Spirit fills the world and touches all those who believe in him.

    As our celebration of the Easter season nears an end, the liturgy reminds us that Jesus remains with us through the Holy Spirit, who teaches us everything we need to know, reminds us of all that Jesus taught, and brings us peace.

  • The Pope's Page
    Francis twitter

    What is the Jubilee Year of Mercy? 

    “Behind every suicide attack there is an element of human imbalance; I do not know if this can be considered mental imbalance, but human. There is something that does not function in this person. He is not balanced in terms of the meaning of his life, of his own life and that of others. He gives his life, but he does not do so in the right way. Many people work — missionaries, for example — giving their own lives, but constructively. This, instead, is self-destruction in order to destroy.”
    — Interview with journalists aboard papal plane from Sri Lanka to Philippines, Jan. 15, 2015

    Poet and Prophet
    Laypeople are creating a blueprint for the church's success
    Will Pope Francis dump the just war doctrine?
    Looking Back In Gratitude

  • Resurrection Parish Concert Series
  • Vacation Bible School 2016
  • “Sunday Sisters in Faith”
    sisters in faith flyer“Sunday Sisters in Faith” -- a new women’s ministry group beginning in February.  You will be nourished through faith learning and sharing, friendship, food, and fun! We will get together eight times February thru May Sunday evenings from 7-9pm at the parish. See attached flyer for details.  There is a sign-up sheet in the parish Narthex.  You can also contact Lorraine Scandariato to sign up and for additional information at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..   sisters 3                        "Not sisters by blood but sisters by heart.”

  • Tour to the Holy Land in 2017
    Interfaith Furnishings, which provides furniture for the needy, is urgently in need of furniture donations — especially kitchen tables and chairs, small dressers, small sofas, love seats, coffee tables, and end tables.  The living quarters for which we provide furniture are small and oversized furniture often does not fit. We also need mattresses and box springs - single, full and on some occasions queen size.  We ask that all donations are clean and in good physical condition.  Our next pickup is Saturday, May 21.  You may enter your donation on our web site, www.interfaithfurnishings.org, or call Mary Jo Welch, 973 361 1666.
  • New Parishioners
    If you are new to Resurrection Parish or have been coming to Mass for a while, we ask that you stop by and speak with Fr. Tarantino,  about becoming part of our parish family. Registration forms can be found in the Narthex; and can be filled out and put in the collection box - or you can download the registration here.

  • Virtual Tour
  • Returning Catholics
    If you are a Catholic who has been away from regular Mass attendance, please know you are most welcome to join us at any of our worship services and parish functions.  Should you like more information about our parish or should you simply want to talk about coming back home, contact our administrator Fr. John Tarantino, or Deacon Ray, Director of Ministries at 973 895-4224.  Or if you prefer, drop us a line at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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1:30 pm - 4:00 pm

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Mass Schedule

Weekend Masses
5:00 PM

7:30 AM
9:30 AM
11:00 AM

Weekday Masses:
Monday - Friday
9:00 AM

4:00pm - 4:30pm

Holy Day Masses:
As Announced.

Novena To Holy Family:
After Tuesday 9:00 A.M. Mass

Eucharistic Adoration
Mon., Wed., Fri.:
7:45 - 8:45 A.M.

7:45AM to 1:00PM

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April 1
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November 4
December 2