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  • Holy Rosary Church

    Served By: Very Rev. Jerzy (Jurek) R. Zasłona, Pastor

    Christina Szpala, Parish Secretary

    Anne Romain, Dir. Of Religious Education

    Nicholas J. Grillo, Music Director/Organist

    Edward J. Cevetello, Trustee

    Joseph Parisi, Trustee

    Mass Schedule: Weekdays: 8:30 am (Chapel) Saturday: 8:30am & 5:00pm (Vigil) Sunday: 8:30am Italian 10:00am English 11:00am English (Live Streamed)

    Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament In The Chapel

    Monday: 9am-1pm Wednesday: 9am-Noon, Thursday: 9am-2:30pm

    Friday & Saturday: 9am - 2pm Confessions: Saturday 4:00 pm

    Or By Appointment

    Holy Rosary Church - 344 Sixth Street Jersey City, New Jersey 07302 Telephone: (201) 795-0120 Fax: (201) 795-3230

    Instagram @holyrosarychurchnj Facebook: holyrosarychurchjc Website & E-Giving: Email: [email protected] www.holyrosarychurch.com Parking Available at 6th & Brunswick Streets Ven m o: h olyrosarych u rch jc (Saturday Evening & Sunday Only)

    "Celebrating 135 Years as the First Italian Parish in the State of New Jersey" Established in 1885

    May 31, 2020

    Parish Office Hours:

    Closed Until Further Notice

    Pentecost Sunday

    http://facebook.com/holyrosarychurchjc

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    Memorials for the Week of May 31st, 2020 Gift In Memory of... Requested by...

    Sacramental Host Available

    Sacramental

    Wine

    Mildred & Peter Placito

    Sandra Valanzola

    Altar Candles Available

    Sanctuary Lamp Available

    Sanctuary Lamp Available

    Sanctuary Lamp Available

    Blessed Mother

    Memorial Candle

    Available

    Sacred Heart Memorial

    Candle Available

    St. Francis Outdoor Memorial

    Candle

    Available

    Padre Pio Outdoor Memorial

    Candle

    Available

    Our Lady of Fatima

    Outdoor Memorial

    Candle

    Available

    Blessed Mother Grotto

    Memorial Candle

    Available

    Feeding The

    Hungry Ministry

    Donations

    Beverly Scrudato

    The Barbera Family

    Saturday, May 30th 8:30am In Thanksgiving to St. Michael (Anne Romain) 5:00pm +Margaret & John Daleo (Daleo Family)

    Sunday, May 31st (Pentecost Sunday) 9:00am +Michela Lombardi and The Lombardi Family (Lombardi Family) 11:00am +James Capo (Joseph Capo) +John & Olympia Gierla (Sandra Valanzola) +Michael Parisi (Dee Rennar & Linda Black) +Anthony Fortunato, Jr. (Sandra Valanzola) +Gloria Hanson (Linda Black) +Dolores Valanzola (Sandra Valanzola) +Joseph “Joe” Barra (Katie Criqui, Tracy Weldon and Jodi Repensky) +Agueda Rivera Martinez (Nidia Colon) The People of Holy Rosary Parish Monday, June 1st 8:30am +Angelo Botiglone (M/M Gennaro Meffe)

    Tuesday, June 2nd (SS. Marcellinus & Peter) 8:30am + Lorenzo Sista (Rosalie Nicodemo)

    Wednesday, June 3rd (St. Charles Lwanga & Companions, Martyrs) 8:30am + Agatha Thissen (Joseph Hong-Ting & Daniel Katz, Jr.)

    Thursday, June 4th 8:30am In Thanksgiving to St. Michael (Anne Romain) Friday, June 5th (St. Boniface, Bishop & Martyr) 8:30am +Angelo Coppola (Antonietta Coppola)

    Saturday, June 6th (St. Norbert, Bishop) 8:30am +Rev. Jorge Ortiz-Garay (Fr. Jurek) 5:00pm +Maria Vacca (Nick Vacca & Family)

    Sunday, June 7th (The Most Holy Trinity) 9:00am +Antonio, Giovannino, Gesualdo & Guiseppe Trotta (Frances Trotta) 11:00am In Veneration of Gesu Nazareno & In Memory of Mary Mari (Frank Mari)

    All Mass Intentions that we are not able to celebrate through our live stream are being celebrated by another priest here in our parish. No Intentions have been missed nor forgotten, we will continue this way until public celebration of Mass resumes.

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    This Week at Holy Rosary

    Beginning on Monday, June 1st we will enter into Phase Two of the Re-Opening of the Church”. All of the directives of Phase One remain in force.

    We will continue to live stream Mass at

    8:30am Monday through Saturday and on Sunday at 11:00am.

    (https://m.facebook.com/holyrosarychurchjc/) Beginning on Monday, June 1st : -Public celebration of daily Mass (Monday through Saturday at 8:30am) is permitted with 10 people. (No public celebration of Sunday Mass) -Funeral Masses are permitted (with 10 people) On Sunday the Church will continue to be open from 12pm-2pm. Monday through Friday, beginning on Monday, June 1st the Church will be open for your personal prayer time between 9am and 3pm. On Saturday the Church will remain closed to allow time for deep cleaning.

    Confessions will continue to be heard on Sunday from 2:00pm-3:00pm in the Church. One person at a time will be admitted to the Church. Line will form in the garden (practicing social distancing) and entrance will be from the side door to the Church during this time.

    -Face coverings must be worn at all times in the Church. -Individuals and families must maintain social distancing (six feet) between each person while in the Church. -Please sit only in pews designated with blue tape. -Please use trash receptacles to dispose of masks, gloves and tissues. -Please do not touch statues. -Restrooms will be closed. Until we are advised by the Archdiocese that it is ok to open parish facilities, the parish office will remain closed. You can still call or email us. We will answer all calls and emails as quickly as possible.

    Please pray for the sick of our Parish Family and Their Caregivers...

    Petrina Amatuzzo, Virginia Anello, Carmela Baker,

    Evan Michelle Blackwell, Joanne Bukowski, Ralph Carimando, Kali Castro,

    Jose Castro, David Castrovinci, Bob Cecchini, Michael Colasurdo, Carol Coleman,

    Millie Daghli, Dorothy Danzi, Mason Dill, Camille DiPlacido, Robert Donato,

    Louise Dougherty, Christine Duarte, Paul Fazioli, JoAnne Galletta, Jonathan Hopkins,

    Barbara Jucknewich, Vincent Jucknewich, Kelly Lease, Rachel Madera, Ryan Magnotta,

    Myrietta Marquez, Bill Matthews, Gerry Meffe, Maria Meyer, Betty Mojica,

    Arcadia Mojica, Joe Murry, Alan Nakayama, Dana Pellagatti, Ana Pereira, Anthony Piazza, Jr.,

    Sr. Dominic Piscotta, Miguel Ramirez, Vittoria Romaniello, Joanne Romano,

    Doris Salik, Joseph Salvaggio Carmela Savino, Gaetano Savino, Betty Scudese, Irene Taggart,

    Joseph Taggart, Riccardo Tardelli, Kathy Tavares, Yolanda Vaca, Marc Ward, Richard Williams,

    and Melinda Wilp.

    Send Us Your Photos

    If you would like to have your photo in the Church during this time, please send us

    your photo.

    Our COVID-19 Memorial Wall is set up. If you have lost a family member or friend to the coronavirus, and would like to have them memorialized in our Church, please send

    us their photo. If you would like to light a candle before the

    memorial wall, please send your $10 donation (per candle) and we will light the candle for you.

    Please be sure to tell us if your photo is for the pew or the memorial. Send your photo(s) to

    [email protected]

    https://m.facebook.com/holyrosarychurchjc/

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    ARCHDIOCESE OF NEWARK

    What to Expect When Public Mass Resumes (edited) May 11, 2020

    As painful as the decision was to suspend all public Masses in the Archdiocese of Newark, during the Covid 19 pandemic, the process was straight-forward and necessary for the common good. As we see numbers flatten and decrease, we are beginning to sense the situation improving. In the interest of the common good, we do not want to contribute to a second wave that could disrupt our liturgical life. As health restrictions are eased and we are able to start gathering together again, it is important for everyone to accept that things will not immediately go back to life before the Corona virus. Health experts and civic leaders are currently determining new guidelines and restrictions for the next weeks and months, and at the same time the Archdiocese of Newark is planning for how public worship will be celebrated with respect to any new regulations. We know the desire to return to your parishes, participate in the liturgy, and receive the Eucharist is incredibly strong, but we ask that everyone approach this reopening with a patient, loving and charitable mindset. The specific details of when public Mass will resume and how it will be celebrated are still being determined, but the return will occur through a three-phase gradual process. Each phase will be rolled out with specific dates and directives to follow determined by Archdiocesan leaders.

    Phase 1. Churches will first be opened for personal prayer only. Individuals and famili