Parish News/Events

Summer… a time to bask in the sun and bask in the Word of God in a more relaxed pace.  Join in one or all of the following opportunities.  Each offering will be held twice, so choose which time works best for you – 11am or 7pm, see the description for location.  Bring your Bible!

Monday, 19 July: “Overview of the Bible”- join Fr. Bill at the St. Denis Cafeteria for a sort of “Bible 101” look at the Bible.  We all know how important the Word of God is to us, and it can be intimidating: all those books/letters, types of writings, history, geography.  “Dip your feet” with an overview and talk about some main points to consider when opening your Bible. 

Monday, 26 July: “Joseph in the Bible” – join Fr. Bill at the St. Denis Cafeteria for a look at St. Joseph in the Bible as we take a look at a prayerful reflection entitled “The 7 Sorrows and Joys of St. Joseph”.  Not just Bible study, but also a spiritual reflection and points to ponder during this “Year of St. Joseph”.

Tuesday, 3 August: “Canticles and Prayer: Part 1” – in this installment of our Lutheran/Catholic Dialogue, join Pastor Mary Farnham at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Hall for a beautiful and enriching look at two Canticles from the Bible- The Canticle of Mary (Magnificat) and The Canticle of Simeon (Nunc Dimitis).  We will look at them in their context of the Bible and their use in liturgical/personal prayer.

Tuesday, 24 August: “Canticles and Prayer: Part 2” – in this installment of our Lutheran/Catholic Dialogue, join Fr. Bill at the St. Denis Cafeteria for a further look at two other Canticles from the Bible – The Canticle of Zechariah (Benedictus) and The Canticle of the Three Young Men in the Fiery Furnace (Benedicite Dominum). We will look at them in their context of the Bible and their use in liturgical/personal prayer.


The Grandparents’ Guild continues to be dedicated to the passing on of our Catholic faith to our grandchildren through our example of devotion to the Church. Please join us as we resume our meetings on July 18th following the 9:30 am Mass. We will meet in the cafeteria of the St. Denis School building. Come and share our best practices of modeling a Christian way of life as we support one another on our journey to becoming the best versions of ourselves as grandparents. It doesn’t matter if you are a seasoned grandparent or a 1st timer. Everyone is welcomed as we pursue our vocations as grandparents!


The Men’s Group invites all men of the parish to join with them (along with wives/fiances) to stay after the 4:30 pm Mass on July 17th as we honor of St. Joseph and offer prayer of consecrating oneself to St. Joseph and his example of being a faithful man of God, protector of Jesus and Mary, patron saint of the Universal Church and workers, and so much more. In this year of St. Joseph, we are called to rediscover the important part that this Head of the Holy Family has in Salvation history and our present reality as the Church in the world today. After the Mass and consecration, there will be a dinner in the cafeteria and a chance to learn more about the Men’s Group and have some great food and conversation.


If you are experiencing the loss of someone in your life we welcome you to join with others who are bereaved to share in your loss. Through mutual sharing with guidance, this series will offer support, prayer and work on answering questions about loss, grief, coping and potential for renewal of self and hope.  Join us on: Thursdays   Morning Sessions: 10am-11 am at the St. Denis School  Multi Purpose room.  Contact Eileen Ziesmer at (732) 223-0287/This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to let us know you plan to attend or with any questions! We will be gathering with all social distancing safety precautions.



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