Parish of the Visitation 

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Welcome to our website!

WEEKDAY MASSES

 Tuesday ...................................................7:00 PM

 

WEEKEND MASSES

 Sunday ....................................................9:00 AM

  

Candle Offering:

The cost of having a lamp lit is $20 for the week.


Altar Flowers

Main Altar is now $50 each and the charge for flowers placed at the statues is now $25.


Please contact the Parish Office for availabilities. Thank you!

WEEKDAY MASSES

Monday thru Saturday...............................7:00 AM

Monday ...................................................12:10 PM followed by St Jude Novena

Friday  .(In Spanish).................................7:00 PM

followed by Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament


WEEKEND MASSES

Saturday ................4:00 PM, 5:30 PM  (in English)

Saturday............................... 7:00 PM (in Spanish)

Sunday .................................8:30 AM, 10:00 AM,

.............................................11:30 AM & 6:00 PM

 

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament Tuesday (except Holy Day vigils & August)

From 5:30 to 6:45 p.m. @ St. Mary’s

During Lent: Tuesdays 12:45 to 6:45 p.m. 

WEEKEND MASSES

Saturday ....................................................5:30 PM 


See our Weekly Bulletin for latest updates in our Parish.

Visit the USCCB Website to listen to the Daily Readings or read the Readings 

Annual Parish “Barbecue” Picnic
Save the Date

Sunday, September 10, 2017… plans are under way to carry on the tradition of our Annual Parish
Family Picnic. We have secured the services of Qcrew BBQ Catering to provide the food for this event and the theme is “Texas Barbecue” with a new and varied menu. Please save the date and plan to attend The Joseph Ciorciari Memorial Picnic which will be held on the grounds at St. Theresa of the Infant Jesus Church in Edison.

Once again, entertainer Lovey Williams returns with musical treats for the children and Gabe Bay and the Senior Moments will be back with their country and doo wop sounds. Plans also include raffles, door prizes and games for the kiddies.

Tickets will be available for purchase in August. Cost: Adults $20; seniors $19 and children age 10 years and under are free.

Reflections from Pope Francis


"Work, in fact, directly concerns the human person, his life, his freedom and his happiness. The primary value of work is the good of the human person since it fulfills him as such, with his inner talents and his intellectual, creative and physical abilities. Hence the scope of work is not only profit and economics; its purpose above all regards man and his dignity … This dignity is wounded where work is lacking! Anyone who is unemployed or underemployed is likely, in fact, to be placed on the margins of society, becoming a victim of social exclusion. ”


We don't give because we have an abudance of resources and can afford it; we give because of a desire to share what we have with others out of love and gratitude.

Spreading the Word

 

Each talent not developed is bud that never opens to reveal its beauty and fragrance. I stand accountable  for developing the talents I have been given. How do I return to the Lord the uniqueness that is me through my compassion?  My artistic gifts? My organizational ability?