Inclement Weather Policy
For the safety of all involved, parishioners and personnel, we announce that during times of inclement weather involving snow and ice, the first service of the day will be held at 9:00am. Weekday Lauds and 7:30am Mass on Sunday will not be celebrated on days of inclement weather.
On Friday, January 18th, the 46th annual March for Life will take place in Washington DC. Our parish has again joined with St.Charles Borromeo and Sacred Heart to provide transportation for our parishioners. Please join parishioners at St. Charles Borromeo for 6:30 am Mass and then board the bus for the March, returning to Cinnaminson about 8:30pm. Lunch - brown bag on your own, Dinner - bring food from home or buy fast food at the rest stop. Bring water bottles, dress warmly, and plan for security checkpoints. Please contact John Loftus 856-701-3985 Jloftus51@comcast.net or Peg Campbell 856-296-4440 Peg.email@example.com for more information or to reserve your seat on the bus. On Tuesday, January 22, the annual Mass for Life will be celebrated by Bishop O’Connell in St. Mary of the Assumption Cathedral, Trenton at 9:30 am. The Mass for Life precedes the annual NJ Rally for Life outside Trenton’s State House Annex, which is set to begin at 11 am.
Join thousands of Catholics nationwide in the annual pro-life novena, 9 Days for Life, Monday, January 14 – Tuesday, January 22. Pray for the respect of all human life with daily intentions, brief reflections, and more. Download a free mobile app, or sign up to receive the novena through daily emails or text message. (A printable version is also available online.) Sign up at www.9daysforlife.com!
Do you know a Caregiver?
Jesus gave us a new commandment: “love one another as I have loved you..." (Jn 13:34). On the night before the Last Supper Jesus washed the feet of his disciples, a lesson for them and for us in caring for and loving each other. Caregivers put this commandment into action every hour of every day. The demand on the caregiver for loving patience and dedication is extreme. St. Francis de Sales suggests that, "the measure of love is to love without measure. May God continue to bless all caregivers in their daily challenges and strengthen their capacity to care for their loved one – “with love without measure.”
How does the caregiver do all that is necessary and still find time for their personal well being - spiritual, emotional, and physical health?
When requested, a parishioner will visit the caregiver and their loved one, bringing Holy Communion, prayer, and spiritual support, as well as news of parish life, and perhaps a little laughter.
For more information please call Jim Cassidy or Jane McCorkell : 856-235-2374
New monthly collection - Baby Items Needed
1st Way of Burlington Co. will be collecting a variety of items for those moms that have chosen life for their babies. There will be a play pen set up in the vestibule of the church to collect the donations. This collection will take place on the 4th Sunday of every month - the next collection will be on January 26/27. We especially need Enfamil formula, diapers especially size 5 and 6, wipes, shampoos, and newborn clothing. Thank you for helping those whom have chosen Life!!!
"Do whatever He tells you" - John 2:5