Laudato Si which translated means Praise Be to You is the second of Pope Francis’ encyclicals.
The letter is concerned with the world respecting the earth and all its resources.
Click Laudato Si to read.
About two weeks ago I was listening to Cardinal Dolan & David Brooks (columnist for The New York Times and commentator on the PBS NewsHour) on Catholic Radio, regarding the recent release of David's new book, The Road to Character. As the interview unfolded I could not wait to purchase the book & I'd like to invite you for your summer reading, in the shade or on the beach, to place this book on your reading list. It is very intriguing & offers great hope for future generations!!! For a review please click on http://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/217648/the-road-to-character-by-david-brooks/. Happy Reading!!!!! Fr. Leo
Jesus is the Anointed One – the ultimate priest, prophet and king foreshadowed throughout the Hebrew Scriptures. Join us as we deepen our relationship with Jesus Christ through Fr. Robert Barron’s new DVD-based Study Program: Priest, Prophet, King.
Explore the biblical archetypes of priest, prophet and king and see how Jesus is the ultimate fulfillment of each one. Throughout this experience, you will better understand who Jesus really is and also realize your own priestly, prophetic and kingly mission.
To afford the opportunity for as many people to partake in the Priest, Prophet, King study program we will offer the study program in the morning & evening. The evening session will begin on Wednesday, September 30 & each consecutive Wednesday evening through November 11 from 7pm until 8:30pm. The morning session will begin on Friday October 2 & each consecutive Friday through November 13 from 10:30am until 12noon.
Each session will meet in the Church Hall of Immaculate Conception Church. To find out more information, please contact Fr. Leo at the rectory (201-768-1600).
To obtain further information or to register please click here: /documents/2015/6/PPK%20Annoucement.pdf
The next Novena Mass to St. Peregrine will be celebrated on Monday, September 21, @ 7pm and will continue on the 3rd Monday of each Month. Immediately following the mass the Novena prayers will be recited. The anointing of the sick will also be available to anyone immediately following the Novena prayers. For more information on Saint Peregrine please click on the "Anointing of the Sick" tab under "Sacramental Life".