Parish of the Visitation 

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WEEKDAY MASSES

 

Tuesday & Friday ....................................7:00 PM

 

WEEKEND MASSES

 

Sunday .................................9:00 AM & 12:00 PM

 

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament

Friday....................................7:30 to 8:30 PM

   

WEEKDAY MASSES

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

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

 

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 SacramentTuesday (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 

 

Parish of the Visitation, 

St Mary of Mount Virgin Church


Join the Pilgrimage to Blue Army Shrine and please feel free to take your other family members and friends who will receive the blessing for the 99th Anniversary of the Fourth Apparition of the Blessed Mother. 


Please check and see the http://wafusa.org/event/99th-anniversary-of-the-fourth-apparition/ for more information.



Invites you to join us to the

First Saturday Mass and Rosary for the

2016 Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy Celebration!


Holy Rosary, Litany and Divine Mercy Chaplet.


August 6 will follow after the 7AM Mass 


September 3 will start at 10AM by Monsignor Joseph Celano

with Holy Mass, Special Talk and Reconciliation.


See you at St Mary of Mount Virgin Church

190 Sandford Street,  New Brunswick, NJ, 08901

FIVE FIRST SATURDAYS DEVOTION


In conjunction with this Jubilee Year of Mercy, the Parish of the Visitation in New Brunswick, NJ. along with the Associates of St. Lucy Filippini, St. Anne’s Society, and Rosary Groups I and II will sponsor a special devotion dedicated to Mary, the Mother of Mercy on the First Saturday of five consecutive months beginning Saturday, May 7, 2016 and continuing through Saturday, September 3, 2016.


The devotions on May 7, July 2 and August 6 will commence after the 7 AM Mass.


The second devotion on Saturday on June 4th will begin at 9:15 AM with a Novena and Healing Mass followed by a special talk by Sr. Mary Elizabeth Lloyd, MPF. The last Saturday devotion on September 3rd will begin at 10 AM with a Novena followed by Eucharistic Celebration and the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Also, a special talk will be given by Msgr. Joseph G. Celano who was chosen by Pope Francis to be one of the Missionaries of Mercy for the Diocese of Metuchen. We invite all to accept this cordial invitation to participate in this special devotional service to be held at St. Mary of Mount Virgin Church, 190 Sandford Street, New Brunswick, NJ.


For more information and details, check our website www.parishofthevisitation.org, or contact Rhodora Santos at smmv_nb@hotmail.com

or call our Parish Office at (732) 545-5090. See you there!

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. ”


Jubilee Year of Mercy


The Jubilee Year of Mercy begins on December 8, 2015, the fiftieth anniversary of the closing of the Second Vatican Council.


For details see www.usccb.org for Living Mercy in the Jubilee Year.


Pope Francis' Year of Mercy Prayer.


Moments of Mercy

Beginning in December, each month our Moments of Mercy will offer brief reflections on mercy and concrete suggestions of how we can live out the mercy that God offers us all.  These are perfect for busy days since they help us to slow down for just a few minutes and think about the gifts God has blessed us with and how we can share them.

Thank you to those who has returned their pledge.  We continue to request for prayers for the Parish and the construction workers.   Work continues on the Rectory/Chapel:

  • Exterior stone is complete.
  • Stucco work has now begun.
  • Plumbing and electrical work has also begun.


For details and updates, please see Honoring Our Past.

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?