• ALL ARE WELCOME!

Whatever your present status in the Catholic Church, whatever your current family or marital situation, whatever your past or present religious affiliation, whatever your personal history, age, background, race or color, you are invited, welcomed, accepted, loved and respected at the Parish Family of Christ the Redeemer.

There are no strangers at Christ the Redeemer, Only Friends We Haven’t Met.

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Staff Changes

Christ the Redeemer Parish is pleased to welcome our two NEW administrative assistants.

Mrs. Sue Hanna is a recent convert to our faith.  Her administrative background includes a variety of office skills as well as design and technology.  She will be handling the parish bulletin and website as well as developing our use of other social media.

Mrs. Sharon Murphy is a parishioner and mother.  She also has general administrative skills.  She will be managing the Sacred Heart Cemetery, the parish registry, and all events and building scheduling.  

We are sad to say farewell to Len and Melissa Rusciani and wish them every blessing! Please don't be stangers!

 

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Office Hours

Monday - Friday
9:00 am - 4:30 pm

Mass Times

Saturday
4:30 pm - Assumption

Sunday
8:00 am - St. Anthony
9:00 am - Assumption
10:00 am - Sacred Heart
11:00 am - Assumption
5:30 pm - Assumption

Monday - Friday
8:00 am - Assumption

Reconciliation
Saturday at 3:45 or by appointment

Staff

St. Lucy's Chapel

OPEN FOR PRAYER

Monday through Thursday

8:30am to 4:30pm

 

 

EUCHARISTIC ADORATION

Friday

8:30am to 8 pm

Novena in Honor of Christ the Redeemer

CLICK THE LINK BELOW  FOR THE

Novena to Christ the Redeemer

 

Christ the Redeemer Trip to Austria & Germany, Including OBERAMMEGAU

CHRIST THE REDEEMER TRIP TO AUSTRIA & GERMANY, INCLUDING OBERAMMERGAU: MAY 17 - 26, 2020

INFORMATION SESSION: WED., JUNE 20TH - 7:00 PM, FAITH FORMATION CENTER

ONLY HAPPENS ONCE IN A DECADE -  RESERVE YOUR PLACE NOW - SPACE IS LIMITED

Deposit of $400 per person due by July 24th, (plus $319 optional per person for trip insurance)

Cost of trip: $3549 per person based on double occupancy. Land only. Airfare additional, TBD. Single supplement $899 per person. Valid passport required for travel.

Reservation forms in parish office. Call Gail Licata for further info/to reserve (609) 314-1032

THE HISTORY:

THE PLAGUE:

The Oberammergau Passion Play dates back to the seventeenth century. In 1633, the Black Plague, also known as the bubonic plague, rampaged through Europe, killing thousands. For months the small village of Oberammergau managed to keep the dreaded disease at bay, mainly because of its remote location in the Bavarian Alps. Unfortunately, the epidemic struck the nearby town of Ettal. The people of Oberammergau, however, controlled the spread of the disease by keeping close watch and preventing strangers from entering their village. Alas, late one evening, a villager who had been away, homesick for his family, stole back into the town and unknowingly brought the plague to his people. Within a few months 8 villagers had died.

THE PROMISE:

When the bubonic plague hit their village, they vowed that if God spared them from the plague, they would produce a play thereafter for all time every 10 years depicting the life and death of Jesus. In 1634 the townspeople first performed their Passion Play at Pentecost over the graves of plague victims. Eventually their children and descendants adopted the vows. To this day, the villagers of Oberammergau are keeping their promise virtually unbroken.

THE MOST FAMOUS PLAY IN HISTORY:

The longest running play in history, the Passion Play is a five-hour musical drama that follows the last five days of Jesus' life from the time He entered Jerusalem through His crucifixion and resurrection.

The 2020 performance includes spoken dramatic text and opera-style singing backed by a full orchestra and chorus. Interspersed throughout is the narrated tableaux vivants ("living pictures") with motionless actors depicting scenes from Old Testament that is as a bridge between the Old and New Testaments.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marian Pilgrimage (Bus Trip) to DC Basilica

MARIAN PILGRIMAGE - BASILICA OF THE NATIONAL SHRINE

OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION - WASHINGTON, D.C.

Biennial Diocesan Trip with BISHOP DENNIS SULLIVAN

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2018!!

All Day Bus Trip - Full Comfort Transportation

Includes:

Procession of parishes with banners and HOLY MASS WITH BISHOP SULLIVAN

Personal time for confession, prayer, exploring the shrine and visiting the shops.

*Cost per person $50; $20 deposit to hold spot; Individuals bring brown bag lunches.

CONTACT: SUE AT PARISH OFFICE

(856) 767-0719 TO SIGN UP - DEADLINE 7/15/18

*Possibility of self-pay buffet dinner stop on way home will be determined as 

pilgrimage draws nearer.

 

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