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  • Our Lady's Special Year - 2019


    As you may have seen from the banner in the church main vestibule, we have already started a year of special devotion to Our Lady, specifically "Our Lady of Guadalupe," Patroness of the Americas.


    Later this year, Bishop Checchio will consecrate the Diocese on December 12, 2019 to Our Lady of Guadalupe. So this year is one of spiritual renewal and preparation for that event.

    There will be a number of activities the LIFT ministry will be conducting during the year (stay tuned here for more info as these happen). The first of these is the passing of the Guadalupe "Prayer Kit," now underway at Masses on Saturday and Sunday. A number of families have signed up to receive the Prayer Kit in their home for a week to pray with other families in the Diocese during the week they have the kit; then to pass it on to another family.

    If you have not already signed up to join your fellow parishioners to receive the Guadalupe  Prayer Kit for one week in your home, you can do so on lists that are in each vestibule.

    We all know the kinds of good things that have to happen in the Church these days and prayer through Mary is a most powerful way to ask Our Lord to mend the broken and bring peace to our lives. Make it a priority to learn more about Our Lady of Guadalupe. She brought astonishing miracles to the Americas when she appeared and we pray for her help today. 

  • Becoming A Catholic

    The parish "RCIA" process to become a Catholic is an exciting and fulfilling journey of faith: "From the awareness of Faith's stirrings and curiosity within one's heart...

    • through all those stages of asking and seeking,
    • through beginning involvement with Roman Catholic people,
    • through hearing the Gospel proclaimed and by faithful reflection and prayer on this Word of God,
    • through study and discussion about the Catholic experience,
    • through doubts and hesitations,
    • through discernment of God's call,
    • through the steps of commitment,
    • through the Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, Confirmation, and Eucharist)
    • to a life of Faith, Love, and Justice lived in communion with Catholics throughout the world.

    If you one of the growing number of good people who are experiecing the call to become a Catholic, answer the call and make the move to join the other wonderful folks in our RCIA program. 

    For more information or to discuss your interest in becoming a Catholic through our parish RCIA program, contact Co-Directors Pat Corbitt or Deacon Keith Berg at the Parish Office at 732-566-9334 or email us directly at:
    mhradultfaith@gmail.com. We will be glad to help you understand how this this warm and exciting program program can work in your life.

  • Getting Confirmed


    The Adult Confirmation Process at Most Holy Redeemer provides aspiring Confirmation Candidates, 16 and older, with an opportunity to refresh their Faith life while exploring the meaning and importance of being Confirmed in the Holy Spirit as full practicing Catholics.

    If you wish to learn more about this fulfilling and exciting process, contact Co-Directors Pat Corbitt or Deacon Keith Berg at the Parish Office at 732-566-9334 or email us directly at: mhradultfaith@gmail.com.

    Parents or Guardians with teenage children under the age of 16 and who want to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation should call the Parish Religious Education Program at 732-566-5630 or email us at: mhrccd@yahoo.com for information about getting their child enrolled to study for and receive this beautiful Sacrament.

  • Daily Mass Readings

  • BEWARE OF FRAUD!

    Dear Parishioners...
    We are posting this notice to make sure you are aware of a serious matter that has been brought to our attention. We are aware that there have been several recent attempts to IMPERSONATE Most Holy Redeemer over email. These communications often promise funding and investments to encourage people to respond with their personal information and purchasing gift cards.

    PLEASE KNOW WE WOULD NEVER ASK FOR PERSONAL INFORMATION such as a social security, account numbers, passwords and the like! YOU SHOULD NOT RESPOND TO ANY SUCH EMAILS and REPORT IT TO THE LINKS BELOW.

    DO NOT OPEN ANY ATTACHMENTS OR OPEN ANY LINKS from within these kinds of emails. They are a FRAUD!

    For additional info and to report fraudulent emails, please visit these sites:

    http://www.us-cert.gov/
    http://www.consumer.ftc.gov/
    https:www.ic3.gov/
     

  • WANT TO SING TO THE LORD? Here's Your Chance!

    From the days of the Old Testament God's people would enthusiastically sing to their Lord.

    Today, the parish MUSIC MINISTRY is looking for NEW MEMBERS to join in raising their voices to God at the Sunday 10:00AM and 11:30AM Masses.

    To learn more about joining our singers just stop by after Mass and talk to Tom Daly or Rick Hayes after the 10AM MAss, or come up the organ or speak to a choir member after the 11:30AM Mass. ALL AGES AND VOICES ARE WELCOME. Any anyone who plays an instrument is invited too!

    You can call the parish officec for more info at 732-566-9334 or email us at mhr1987@aol.com. Let this be the year you step up and help us thank God for all his blessings through song!