Parsh Community

Welcome New Parishioners

New parishioners should register at the Parish Office. Registration forms may be obtained in the church vestibule or in the Parish Office. Registration is our only means of certifying anyone as a member of our parish. It is also important for testimonial letters regarding sponsorship for the Sacraments. For those who have reached the age of 22 & work full time, please register individually.

 

 

Anointing of the Sick

In case of dangerous illness or accident, call the parish priests at any time. The parish emergency telephone number is 856-753-4161. A communal celebration of the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick is held twice a year as announced.

 

 

Holy Communion to the Sick and Homebound

Our priests will visit parishioners admitted to local hospitals when notified by the family. Because of recent HIPPA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) privacy regulations, the only way priests can know that a particular person is hospitalized is by family notification.

 

 

Ministry to the Homebound

Our parish has a ministry to those who are homebound and their caretakers. If you know of a person who is homebound and would like to receive communion at home, please call the office at 856-767-0719. Anointing of the Infirmed is an opportunity to pray for healing. If you are going for surgery or a test, ask the priest after Mass or call for a home visit.

 

 

To Become a Catholic

Should you or someone in your family be interested in learning more about the Catholic Church, please call the Parish office, 856-767-0719. An adult, who wishes to become a Catholic, normally enters The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults, commonly called RCIA process. The RCIA is a nine-month process with weekly sessions. It includes opportunities for instruction in the faith, faith-sharing by members of the community and fellowship, leading to reception of the Sacraments of Initiation at the Easter Vigil.