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May 22, 2020




  • 260 Conrow Road • P.O. Box 1099 • Delran, New Jersey 08075

    Rev. John C. Garrett Pastor

    Rev. Michael J. O’Connor

    Weekend Assistant

    Deacon William Briggs Deacon Dan Meehan , OFS

    Deacon Jim Cattanea

    Trish Haran Business Manager Mariana Pirri Office Manager

    Rich Scanlon

    Director of Evangelization & Discipleship Formation

    RCIA - Call Parish Office 856-461-6555

    Rosemary Schmierer Music Director

    [email protected]

    Perpetual Adoration 856.461.6555

    Parish Office 856.461.6555

    Monday - Friday 9:00 am until 4:30 pm

    Also, Monday & Tuesday 5:00 to 8:30 pm

    Except Holidays and Holy Days Closed for Lunch 12:30—2:00 pm

    St. Max Library

    Monday & Tuesday 9:00 am to 8:30 pm



    [email protected]

  • Page 2 Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time

    September 7 & 8, 2019

    SATURDAY 5:00 PM (HN) Anne Brocco r/b Roxie Rev. Victor Warkulwiz r/b Perpetual

    Adoration Apostolate SUNDAY 8:00 AM (SC) Alice Clarke r/b Adele Meiluta Antonio & Maria Correia r/b Maria

    Figueiredo 10:00 AM (HN) John McDermott r/b Wife, Dolores

    McDermott Debra Bordoni r/b Chip & Elaine Keller 12:00 PM (SC) For the Parishioners Frank Cerreto r/b Lynn Demirjan

    September 9 - 14, 2019 Monday (HN) Stella Pijanowski r/b Theresa & Eugene Kasperowicz Debra Bordoni r/b Lucy Costa Tuesday (SC) Harold Shinn , Jr. r/b Jean, Lynda & Sandy Robert Bolton r/b Tom & Kathy Caden Wed. (HN) Communion Service Thursday- (SC) Communion Service Friday (HN) Tom Novak r/b Wife & Children Rev. John V. Bowden r/b Trenton Diocese Saturday (SC) Rev. Robert Pearson r/b Trenton Diocese Michelino Colavita r/b Pat Perrino

    September 14 & 15, 2019 SATURDAY 5:00 PM (HN) John M. Taylor r/b Richard & Theresa

    Lacey Jayne Lohbauer r/b Diana &Carmella

    James SUNDAY 8:00 AM (SC) For the Parishioners Alice Clarke r/b Altar Rosary Society 10:00 AM (HN) Brian Mortimer r/b Pat Wilf Nicholas Zacchei r/b The Galletti’s 12:00 PM (SC) Sr. Cabrini Nowosielski r/b Jean Henning Deceased Paez & Capistrano Family r/b

    Capistrano Family

    Extraordinary Ministers & Lectors Next weekend (Sept. 14 & 15 ), TEAM 1 will be serving at the if you are on TEAM 1, please plan on serving!

    Pray for the Deceased Please remember Morris Burton in your prayers. Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord.

    LIFE AT RESURRECTION 9-8 -Fishes & Loaves Masses/SCC -RCIA 11AM/Parish Office 9-9 - SVdP 9AM Mass/HNC -Casey Club 7PM/R6 -AA 8:00 PM/R1 9-10 --Have a great week! 9-11 -Scouts 7PM/office & gym 9-12 -Have a great weekend! 9-13 -Normal Office Hours resume Fridays 9AM to

    4:30PM (closed for lunch 12:30-2:00PM) 9-14 -AA 11AM/R1 9-15 -Religious Ed Class 8:30 AM/PC -RCIA 11AM/Parish Office LAMPS - ST. CASIMIR ***The Lamp of Remembrance is for a Special Intention LAMPS - HOLY NAME ***The Adoration Votive is for a Special Intention.


    September 1, 2019 Collection Total $6,121.00

    August 25, 2019 Online Giving Total - $1,187.00

    Thank you to everyone who has given responsively! We encourage all to support your


    ***sign up for electronic giving on our web site: www.

  • Page 3 September 8, 2019

    From Fr. JC Maximilian’s Desk

    “A Witness to Being an Usher”

    Our Ministries Fair is nearly upon us. After the Masses, next weekend (Sept. 14/15) at Holy Name Church and the following weekend (Sept. 22) at St.

    Casimir Church, representatives from about a dozen organizations here in our parish will be available to tell you what they do, answer your questions, and of course invite you to join them. All of our ministries do very important things to further the Good News of Jesus Christ, and all of them are looking for additional members. They not only provide important services to the parish and our community, but they also provide opportunities to develop Christian friendships. In leading up to our Ministries Fair, I have invited several parishioners to share their witness to how the ministry that they are involved in has deepened their relationship with Jesus. We have had witnesses from a cantor, a lector, and an altar server. This week we will hear from one of our ushers/greeters. Not the stereotype of a group of elderly men standing in the back of the church talking sports until it is time to take up the collection; the ministry of usher/greeter is much more important than that. They are often one of the first people a visitor or a new parishioner meets in the parish. It is important that they feel welcomed. Ushers also help answer people’s questions, maybe provide assistance in finding a seat, and yes, they take up the collection during Mass and hand out the bulletins after Mass. This week we will have a witness by Phil Kasperowicz, an usher at our Noon Mass. Since I was an altar-boy in grade school, I always was involved in some way with serving at Saint Casimir’s Parish. As a youth, I remember helping with the setup of the carnival with my dad and brother. There were always times that something needed to be done and an extra hand was welcomed. My parents always instilled in me to help as much as I could. My brother was a lector and my dad was a member of the Holy Name. As I grew older, I wanted to still be involved in the parish. I started helping to usher when I was asked by Mr. Al Nuckowski. He would tell me, he needed to show me what to do so he could retire. There are quite a few things that need to be done before Mass actually starts. As a member of the 12 o’clock apostles with Tom and Nick, we assist anyone to make their stay for Mass as comfortable as we can. Becoming an usher has given me the opportunity to meet many of the parishioners that I would not have the chance to interact with. In helping others, it gives me a good feeling that I am following the teachings of the Church. Like Father has stated, the Church is not a building, but You and I.

  • Page 4 September 8, 2019

    Resurrection Parish Religious Education Program September 8, 2019 – Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time

    “In every age, O Lord, you have been our refuge.” Psalm 90


    The Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, or the Birth of the Virgin Mary, refers to a Christian feast day celebrating the birth of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Tradition celebrates the event as a liturgical feast in the General Roman Calendar on September 8th, nine months after the solemnity of her Immaculate Conception, celebrated on December 8th.

    Tradition tells us that Mary was born in Nazareth, Israel and her Mother was St. Anne and her Father was St. Joachim (her parents feast day is celebrated on July 26th).

    Joachim and Ann loved God very much, and they were filled with gratitude to God for the gift of a child. They raised Mary as a child of God, teaching her to love and serve God. When the angel Gabriel told Mary that she had been chosen to be the Mother of Jesus, she already had great faith in God. Her strong faith and trust allowed her to say yes to God’s plan for her. We cannot be certain what the future holds for any newborn infant, but we do know that the life of each person has meaning and purpose. When Mary was born, the world did not know who she was. Sometimes others—and maybe even you—don’t see how special you are. Maybe you forget that God is calling you, too, right now, to do what Mary did—to bring Jesus into the world.

    When we celebrate his mother’s birth, we honor Jesus too. Today thank God for the gift of life, and give honor to both Mary and

    Jesus by showing respect and concern for one another—remembering that God has created each person with love and with a call to something very special in life.

    Scripture does not give an account of Mary’s birth. However, the apocryphal Protoevangelium of James fills in the gap. This work has no historical value, but it does reflect the development of Christian piety. According to this account, Anne and Joachim are infertile but prayed for a child. They received the promise of a child who will advance God’s plan of salvation for the world. Such a story, like many biblical counterparts, stresses the special presence of God in Mary’s life from the beginning.

    Saint Augustine connects Mary’s birth with Jesus’ saving work. He tells the earth to rejoice and shine forth in the light of her birth. “She is the flower of the field from whom bloomed the precious lily of the valley. Through her birth the nature inherited from our first parents is changed.” The opening prayer at Mass speaks of the birth of Mary’s Son as the dawn of our salvation, and asks for an increase of peace.

    Rich Scanlon Director of Evangelization & Discipleship Formation

    856-461-6555 or [email protected]

    ***Religious Education Registration for 2019-2020 is open. Forms are in the churches and office. Online is also available. Please register soon so that we can plan for supplies, etc. There is a late fee of $25 now in effect. Classes start on Sep. 15th at 8:30am in the Parish Center. The