August 19, 2018 – From the Desk of the Pastor

Dear Parishioners of Our Lady of Mercy:

Fr. Marty JacintoGreetings in the name of Our Lord Jesus Christ!

I hope you are enjoying these last few days of summer. Some of you may be back from a well-deserved rest and relaxation time and some are still going away. Either way, we have to thank God always for all that we have and what are enjoying doing with. All that we have are from His many and abundant blessings. We surely “taste and see the goodness of the Lord,” as our responsorial psalm says in this weekend’s Liturgy of the Word. Let us not stop giving Him thanks for as long as we live.

As you may have read it in last weekend’s bulletin, we started announcing some of the upcoming events in our parish, in particular the Feast Day of Our Lady of Mercy. Besides the Feast Day, concert and dinner-dance, we also have a new logo. Lawrence, the designer of our logo, introduced himself and gave us a little story about it. I want to thank him in the name of the whole community for such great work. May God bless him with what he needs as he continue to living and working in the path intended for him.

As we move along as a vibrant church, worshipping and praising God in this building, I would like to remind all of you of what I have been vocal about… the cleaning up of the ceiling. I need your help to contribute to this. Please consider.

Other than that, kindly check out this bulletin for other events and announcements we have in our parish.

Thank you and God bless you all!

+Father Marty

Calling All Expectant Mothers

Calling all moms who are expecting babies, please know that we have a team who takes care of celebrating your joy
through a “Gathering To Rejoice!” We have a scheduled event for that every month.

The OLM Baptismal Team is here to rejoice with you for the precious gift of your child and also will assist you towards baptism and beyond.

Please let us know by stopping by or calling the parish office at 201-434-7500. We will be very happy to be with you!

Please Pray for the Sick

Paul Calefati, Elaine Staltari, Othelia G. Laurena, Jean Karycinski, Erlinda Jacinto, Leonora Loyola, Enrique “Eric” Bautista, Lilian Kryczkowski, Ellen Iorio, Jessica Pavone, Ian Malesiewski, Ruben Catipon, Angela Salvador, Clarita Salvador, Vincent Mastria, Maria Svaligma, Craig Rutkowski, James Seaman, Manuel J. Juson, MD, Gina Marquez, Daniel Tamayo Santos, Marie Ronzitti, Lucia Vanderburg, Betty Scerbo, Philip Scerbo, Alejandra Ancheta, Cindy Popolo, Antonio Roldan, Esperanza Galarza, Susan Ranola Rivera, John Broderick, Joanne Diaz, Ligaya Tan, Dolores Steinhauser, Eugenio Cacananta, Austin Macalintal, Eduviges Ledesma, Carolyn Taliaferro, Nonong Dava, John Gaito, Elsa Concepcion, Ricardo Vales, Virginia T. Mercurio, James Leung, Sophia Gonzalez, Edgardo Cruz, Eugene Manlongat, Sandra M. Escoto, Marcelita S. Fusco, Genedina B. Mohan, Luke Dee, Rosario Bernabe, Renato Caguioa, Raquel Yapp, Roberto Yapp, Armando Gloria, Grace Arceo, Ivan Jesus Romero, Waddy Ancheta, Zosima Ulba, Natale “Sonny’ Infurna, Mario Banaag, Bob Saludo, Robert Andres, Dennis C. Reyes, Ninette Limpo, Minh Nguyen, Emmanuel Evangelista, Florentino Chanco, Nenita Purificacion, Benny Purificacion, Lourdes Madlangbayan-Tiamsic, Jonel Teves, Jose Clemente, Jr., Romeo Vibar, Herminio Macalino, Guding Buhay, Bruno Serafin, Cecille Herrera, Joel Rivera, Gerry Price, Charles Paloma, Ann Rutkowski.

Register Yourself in The Parish

To be a registered parishioner means that you really belong to the parish family. You enjoy all the benefits of being a family member. Those who are not registered are invited and encourage to do so. A Registration Form is available at the vestibule of the Church, in the Parish Office and Online.