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In honor of Sts. Joachim and Anne, grandparents of our Lord, our Grandparents Guild is hosting its first “Bring your Grandchildren to Mass” celebration.   Save the Date:  July 28, 11am Mass with celebration to follow in the school cafeteria.  We’ll have a blessing for all grandparents and fun and games for grandchildren and their grandparents.

Originally written anonymously, Revelations of Divine Love is the first known work in Middle English to be written by a woman.  Its author, Julian of Norwich, has been compared to Chaucer for the beauty of her language.  A mystic, Julian recounts two visions (“revelations”) she received, leaving her with an overwhelming trust in God’s mercy and love rather than divine wrath and judgment, unusual for her time.   Julian lived in 14th century England and survived 3 outbreaks of the Black Death.  Though she lived in near solitude as an anchoress (a hermit living in the confines of a church building) she served as a spiritual director.  Her writings are now part of The Classics of Western Spirituality series published by Paulist Press under the title Julian of Norwich: Showings.   Come and see how despite the world’s sufferings and because of God’s love, we share Julian’s faith that “All shall be well, and all manner of things shall be well.” ️ Presenter: Pastor Mary Farnham. Location: Holy Trinity Lutheran Church.  Dates: Tues., Aug. 13, 20, 27, 11:00 am and 7:00 pm (Reading at least the Short Text of the book, about 45 pages, is encouraged but not required! The Long Text, about 175 pages, is worthwhile, too!) On August 27 we’ll view a DVD of the one woman play Julian by J. Janda, performed in Julian’s Shrine and Cell in Norwich, England.  Order the book on your own, ISBN 978-08091-2091-8 or, order thru the parish office - deadline is Thursday July 25.

Back by Popular Demand…The St. Denis Parish SUPER 50/50 RAFFLE   

TICKET- $20     Tickets will be sold at all the Masses through the summer and will be available at the Parish office during regular business hours.    The winning ticket will be drawn 9/9/19 (winner need not be present).  Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call (732) 223-0287 if you would like to help with ticket sales.

BLAZE is the Walking With Purpose program developed for middle-school-age girls. Our mission in Blaze is to speak truth into the hearts of girls who are bombarded by lies about their true worth and beauty. Every week they are introduced to a lie in our culture which is then countered with a biblical truth. The Bible becomes relevant, and girls begin to recognize the difference between the loving, affirming voice of their heavenly Father and the voices that tell them they aren’t good enough. Teaching these young girls how to use the Bible as a tool for spiritual growth encourages daily prayer and strengthens their bond with God and family. (From Blaze: Middle School Girl’s Curriculum Leader’s Guide). Meetings will be held Fridays, 6:30-7:30 pm and will continue 2-3 times per month until May. Email Jennifer Mahoney if you have any questions- This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..



Week Day Masses:    
7:30 am (Mon.-Tues.-Wed.-Fri.) - Saturday: 8:30 am
Saturday Evening: 4:30 pm (fulfills Sunday obligation) - Church
8am, 9:30am, & 11am - Church
10:00 am Beach Chapel
Holy Days: 
Evening before: 7:00 pm & day of: 7:30 am & 7:00 pm - Church

Saturdays, 3:30-4:15 pm in the main church


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