Diocese of Paterson - Clifton, NJ

Web Name: Diocese of Paterson - Clifton, NJ

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https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/5303/slideshows/homeCustom1440x600/1464f17d3bee243ec0107909df0a83f212289bb7.4.jpg https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/5303/slideshows/homeCustom1440x600/Migrant%20Ministry%20Mass%20St.%20Joseph%20Newton%201.jpg Diocesan Migrant Ministry https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/5303/slideshows/homeCustom1440x600/Filipino%20Mass%20for%20martyred%20saints.jpg https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/5303/slideshows/homeCustom1440x600/Sisters%20of%20Charity%20of%20St.%20Elizabeths%20160th%20anniversary%202.jpg https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/5303/slideshows/homeCustom1440x600/St.%20Michael%20Paterson.jpg St. Michael the Archangel Parish https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/5303/slideshows/homeCustom1440x600/05%20%20%20DOP1833_2020_BAA_Poster_2_E_v1_073120.jpg The Sisters of Charity of St. Elizabeth marked the 160th anniversary of the founding of their order with a Mass at the Motherhouse in Convent Station in Holy Family Chapel Sept. 26. Bishop Kevin Sweeney celebrated the anniversary Mass with Sisters of Charity attending following CDC guidelines by wearing masks and social distancing. Bishop Kevin Sweeney celebrated Mass marking the World Day of Migrants and Refugees Sept. 27 at St. Joseph Parish in Lincoln Park. Every Sunday at 7 p.m., St. Joseph Parish celebrates Mass in Spanish for the migrant community. The Diocesan Migrant Ministry serves this community through pastoral work and social work. Bishop Kevin Sweeney celebrated Mass at St. Michael the Archangel Church in Paterson Sept. 27 to honor the parish’s patron, St. Michael, whose feast day is Sept. 29 along with St. Gabriel and St. Raphael, the archangels. On Sept. 21, 16 Spanish-speaking leaders and ministers from around the Diocese received their Leadership Cer­tificate in Hispanic Ministry with Speciali­zation in Evangelization. It was a three-year program, which was a collaboration between St. Paul Inside the Walls in Madison and St. Elizabeth’s University’s DePaul Center for Spirituality and Ministry in Con­vent Station. Bishop Sweeney, with Helen Streubert, president of St. Elizabeth University, presented the certificates in the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Paterson. Honoring the lives of two martyrs — St. Lorenzo Ruiz and St. Pedro Calungsod — from the Philippines, Filipinos from around the Diocese gathered for the annual Diocesan celebration of the Filipino Martyr Mass, which has become a tradition. The Mass was held in the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Paterson Sept. 26. Bishop Kevin Sweeney was the principal celebrant of the Mass, which was concelebrated by several priests of the Diocese, including Filipino-born priests. The Diocesan Commission for Catholic Filipino Ministries (DCCFM) coordinated the Mass. Bishop Kevin Sweeney helped the Shrine of St. Joseph in Stirling break ground on its much-anticipated St. Joseph Shrine Pilgrim Chapel on Sept. 15. It will provide a focal point of devotion for pilgrims for prayer to Jesus through the adoptive father of Jesus and contemplation of his role in Salvation history. With expected completion this spring, the 1,500-square-foot wooden chapel will feature as its centerpiece a large luminescent “Life of St. Joseph” mosaic of Joseph holding the Christ Child. A few new faces that are greeting students returning to religious education classrooms this fall at St. Luke Parish in Long Valley represent a spiritual blast from the distant past: striking portraits of 12 saints, including some Apostles, that are giving these young people silent — yet timeless — witness to the Gospel. Emily Meehan, 18, a St. Luke parishioner, and a team of her talented friends, painted these 12 portraits in the traditional style of religious icons over the summer to complete her service project for her Gold Award — the highest honor a girl can earn in the Girl Scouts. Each month Frank Tinari edits his newsletter, “Family and Pro-Life News Briefs for Catholics” to spread awareness on the most important life issues facing the nation. His newsletter is in parish bulletins throughout the Paterson Diocese and state and on the Diocese’s website. It is also sent via email to those who request it. It features news briefs from several news sources and organizations that focus on life issues whether it be about abortion, euthanasia, embryonic stem cell research and more. The newsletter also touches upon family life issues such as natural family planning and strengthening marriage. In our nation, there is “a new orthodoxy that is actively hostile to religion,” warned U.S. Attorney General William Barr when he spoke through a pre-recorded video at the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast (NCPB) on Sept. 23 during which he accepted its Christifideles Laici Award. Named for Pope St. John Paul II’s 1988 exhortation on the lay vocation, the award honors lay Catholics who promote the New Evangelization and the Church’s mission in their life and work. Our Lady of Mount Carmel (OLMC) Parish in Swartswood welcomed Bishop Sweeney who made a pastoral visit there and celebrated Mass marking the 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time on Sept. 20. Marking World Day of Migrants and Refugees, which will be celebrated Sept. 27 world-wide, Bishop Kevin Sweeney celebrated Mass at St. Joseph Church in Newton with the migrant community Sept. 20. Bishop Kevin Sweeney made a pastoral visit to Our Lady of the Lake Parish in Mount Arlington Sept. 19 where he celebrated the vigil Mass for the 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time. Inclusion of a reference to “reproductive rights” in a United Nations resolution on combating the coronavirus has the Vatican up in arms. Archbishop Gabriele Caccia, the Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the United Nations, called the resolution “deeply concerning and divisive” in remarks he made Sept. 11 after the UN General Assembly in New York endorsed the resolution, entitled “Comprehensive and coordinated response to the COVID-19 pandemic.” Msgr. James T. Mahoney will retire Sept. 30 after 47 years of active ministry, including the past 16 years serving as Vicar General and Moderator of the Curia. Msgr. Mahoney leaves behind a wealth of experience, insight and hard work that will continue to benefit the Diocese — both on the Chancery Office and parish levels — for years to come. Every year, the U.S. Bishops designate the first Sunday in October as Respect Life Sunday with the entire month of October dedicated to Respect Life issues. This year, the celebration of Respect Life Sunday will be observed on Oct. 4. Under the theme, “Live the Gospel of Life, to Imitate Christ and Follow in His Footsteps,” there are several resources available and events for parishes and the faithful to participate in during Respect Life Month to remind all that Catholics believe all life is precious from conception to natural death. Bishop Sweeney has appointed Msgr. T. Mark Condon as diocesan Vicar General and Moderator of the Curia effective Thursday, Oct. 1, taking over this key leadership post from Msgr. James T. Mahoney, who retires the day before, Sept. 30, after 47 years of active ministry as a diocesan priest, which includes serving since 2005 as Vicar General and Moderator of the Curia. The Bishop made the announcement today, Sept. 24, at the Chancery Office in Clifton. By Cindy Wooden Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Calling all people of goodwill... VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Bringing the Vatican official in charge of translations with him, Pope... Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time Reading 1 IS 5:1-7Responsorial Psalm PS 80:9, 12, 13-14, 15-16, 19-20Reading 2 PHIL 4:6-9 Gospel MT 21:33-43 Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin has said there is no connection between the timing of the return of Australian Cardinal George Pell to Rome and the recent resignation of Italian... The U.S. and the Vatican butted heads over China on Thursday as the Holy See chafed at U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s public call to take a harsher stance against Chinese restrictions on... After a tumultuous year due to the coronavirus pandemic, eight U.S. candidates for the priesthood were ordained deacons at the Vatican. The Vatican's financial situation must be a glass house that displays transparency and honesty, letting Catholics know where its revenues come from and go, said the head of the... U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Vatican officials discussed their differences over China on Thursday, the Vatican said, a day after tensions over the Holy See’s outreach to Beijing spilled... Privilege does not mean that you didn’t work hard in your life to achieve your goals; privilege just means that your demographic factors did not make those goals harder to achieve. One of my favorite things about Jesus is His consistency. His character is never in question. He lives His whole life following after the Father, there is no question of His faithfulness. If you have, or currently have these questions in your mind and heart, where life right now feels quite overwhelming and nothing makes sense, please know that your questioning is valid and even has a... I now understand that this was an invitation to grow in holiness and a call to shine alongside Him. Disciplining me so that I can mature in spirit and truth, God permitted that I experience conflict... Through their courage and docility, they changed the world one small yes at a time. That’s the beauty of this Love: it meets us exactly where we are and only asks us to take one more step. Jesus... Here are just a few tips that might help you keep dating a little less complex and a little more simple... Launched last March as churches were required to close due to social distancing guidelines, the Diocese of Paterson official Facebook page has helped many connect with news of the Paterson Diocese amid the coronavirus pandemic. The faithful are invited to “like” or follow the page to stay in touch with many events happening around the Diocese. read more

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The Diocese of Paterson is a diocese of the Latin Rite of the Roman Catholic Church. The RCDOP includes three counties in northern New Jersey: Passaic, Morris, and Sussex.

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