“The Church is holy, not just because all are welcome. The Church is holy because all belong.” Timothy M. Matovina, - Pope Francis
Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
We live in a violent world. If we choose to, we can view it on the nightly news. There are people who encourage more violence and there are others, the peace-makers who plead for nonviolence and peace. In today's First Reading, Hab 1:2-3; 2:2-4, Habakkuk, a prophet, received a vision. Like us, he pleaded with God to intervene and bring an end to the violence. God’s answer was to reassure Habakkuk that God’s peaceable reign will be fulfilled but the prophet must be patient.
Clergy Schedule - Oct. 1-2, 2018 5:00am - Fr. John Tarantino; Deacon Roger Lacouture 7:30am - Fr. George Dudak; Deacon Rich Reck 9:30am - Fr. John Tarantino; Deacon Rich Reck 11:00am - Fr. John DeMattia; Deacon Ray Latour 12:30pm - John Tarantino
HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW JESUS?
The better we understand Jesus, the better we understand ourselves. But who was Jesus, this itinerant preacher whom many called the Messiah? In Priest, Prophet, King, you’ll discover Jesus as the Anointed One–the ultimate priest, prophet, and king foreshadowed throughout the Hebrew Scriptures. Using biblical insights and engaging stories, Bishop Barron affirms that we see Jesus most clearly through the lens of the Old Testament. Through this deeply biblical program, you will better understand Jesus, become more familiar with Scripture, and realize your own priestly, prophetic, and kingly mission, received when you are baptized “into Christ.”
The SEARCH followup is open to all past, present and future SEARCHERS! Join your peers (and bring a friend!) listen to an awesome talk, share in a discussion with your friends, listen to music and munch on snacks! Anyone in HS is welcome to join us!
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.
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.
Interfaith Furnishings is in great need of kitchen tables with chairs and sofas. Please look over items that you may be ready to replace or eliminate in your home. We also take many other pieces of furniture but right now these are our biggest need. Go to our website: http://www.interfaithfurnishings.org/ and put in items you may be ready to discard. There are many needy families who will be most grateful. Our next pickup is October 15, and the one after that is November 19. Interfaith Furnishings provides home furnishings for those in need by accepting furniture donations from the community at large. We are a non-profit service, located in Randolph, New Jersey, and we serve Morris County exclusively.
651 Millbrook Avenue
Randolph, New Jersey 07869
Office Hours Monday to Thursday 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Friday 9:30 am - 1:00 pm
Weekend Masses Saturday 5:00 PM
Sunday 7:30 AM 9:30 AM 11:00 AM
Weekday Masses: Monday - Friday 9:00 AM
Reconciliation: Saturday 4:00pm - 4:30pm
Holy Day Masses: As Announced.
Novena To Holy Family: After Tuesday 9:00 A.M. Mass