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Corner of East Passaic Avenue and Hoover Avenue, Bloom

fi

eld, New Jersey

CHURCH OF SAINT VALENTINE

Sacraments

RECONCILIATION

Before or a er the Mass, or any me on request. During the week, you may make appointments with Fr Andrew Onyemaobi.

BAPTISMS

Parishioners who want Bap sm for their children need to be registered, ac ve members of the Church. The Bap sm will be celebrated at the 10am Sunday Mass. Parents and Godparents are required to a end a mee ng in the Rectory. All Godparents must have received the sacrament of Confirma on.

MATRIMONY

All Catholics should only marry in the Catholic Church. A Catholic marriage requires a me of prepara on of at least one year. Therefore, parishioners should first meet with the priest before making any arrangements of date and me, or booking of the banquet.

ANOINTING OF THE SICK

If someone needs the sacrament of the sick, please call Fr Andrew Onyemaobi at 973-743-0220. Family members are invited to join in the liturgy of the Sacrament of the Sick.

CATECHISM (AT ST. THOMAS THE APOSTLE CHURCH) St Thomas the Apostle and St Valen ne is coopera ng synergis cally in the New Energies sharing of resources for their Cateche cal Program. All Catechism Children of St Valen ne will register with the Religious Educa on Office of St Thomas the Apostle. You can register online at: h ps://www.stachurchbloomfield.com/web/religious-educa on/

Served By

Fr. Andrew N. Onyemaobi --- Administrator Fr. Dennis E. Reiff --- In Residence Joan Luisi --- Secretary Robert Bulkowski --- Maintenance Gary Sabak --- Music Director John Yannuzzi --- Financial Trustee Kevin Amahit --- Financial Trustee Jean Frucci --- Food Pantry Coordinator

Our Mission Statement

Our Parish Family of Saint Valen ne is a local Roman Catholic Church of the Archdiocese of Newark. The celebra ons of the Sacraments, par cularly the Eucha-rist is the source and summit of our faith as a communi-ty of believers in the Kingdom of God present among us, yet ever growing as a reality, as we follow Christ, proclaiming and witnessing to his Gospel in our lives. THEREFORE, we the Parish Community of Saint

Valen-ne, are called to serve God and others, as we grow in the Holy Spirit.

Masses

Saturday Evenings --- 5:30 pm Sundays --- 8:00 am, 10:00 am & 12:00 pm Mondays to Saturdays in the Chapel --- 12:00 pm Holy Days ---Consult the bulle n

Rectory Office Hours --- 9:00 am - 2:00 pm Rectory Telephone --- 973-743-0220 Rectory Fax --- 973-743-2041 Parish Web Site: -- www.stvalen nechurch.com Parish Email: ----stvalen nechurch@yahoo.com

Welcome to our Parish

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Mass Intentions for the Week

Saturday, January 16 5:30 pm Maryann Barlow (From: Ed & Susan Levy)

Sunday, January 17 2nd Sunday Ordinary Time 8:00 am Maryann Barlow

(From: Vincent &Sandra LanFrank) 10:00 am People of the Parish 12:00 pm Maryann Barlow

(From: Vincent & Sandra LanFrank) Monday, January 18

12:00 pm Victor Rabena

(From: Joseph & Analyn Rabena) Tuesday, January 19

12:00 pm Rev. Robert Jacunski (From: Bill Jacunski)

Wednesday, January 20 12:00 pm Maryann Barlow (From: Patrick & Laura Mealia) Thursday, January 21

12:00 pm Victor Rabena (From: Rabena Family)

Friday, January 22

12:00 pm People of the Parish

Saturday, January 23

12:00 pm, Maryann Barlow

(From: Vincent & Sandra LanFrank) 5:30pm Christopher Michael Chalet (From: Jo Ann Chalet Furnari)

Sunday, January 24 3rd Sunday Ordinary Time

8:00am People of the Parish 10:00am Charles P. Bruno (From: Locicero Family) 12:00pm People of the Parish

SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME JANUARY 17, 2021

NEW PARISHIONERS

If you are new in the parish, we would appreciate it if you register. [Please PRINT clearly]

Name Addresss Phone Number E-Mail

[ ] New Registra on [ ] Change of Address [ ] Moving Out of Parish [ ] Want Envelopes [ ] Do Not Want Envelopes Please cut out and drop in the collec on or mail to the Parish Rectory.

The Sanctuary Lamp, the Altar Bread & Wine are offered this week in memory of: Mr. & Mrs. John Luisi (By Joan)

Bread, Wine & Flower DonaƟon

If you would like to sponsor the purchase of altar bread, wine and flowers in memory of a loved one, please contact the Rectory Office.

Calendar of Events

Saturday, January 16

7:00 pm Neo-Catechumenal Eucharist (Chapel) Tuesday, January 19

7:00 pm Neo-Catechumenal Liturgy of the Word (Chapel) Thursday, January 21

7:00 pm

Friday, January 22

8:00 pm St Valen ne Prayer Group (Chapel) Saturday, January 23

1:00 pm Confessions (In Church)

Sunday Collec on (January 10, 2021) --- $4365.00 Religious Re rement ---$105.00 Solemnity of Mary ---$360.00 Immaculate Concep on --- $5.00 Communica ng God’s Word______________$300.00 Assessment ___________________________$13.00

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SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME JANUARY 17, 2021

Reading I

1 Sm 3:3b-10, 19

Samuel was sleeping in the temple of the LORD where the ark of God was. The LORD called to

Samuel, who answered,

Here I am.

Samuel ran to Eli and said,

Here I am. You called me.

I did not call you,

Eli said.

Go back to sleep

So he went back to sleep. Again the LORD

called Samuel, who rose and went to Eli.

Here I am,

he said.

You called me.

But Eli

an-swered,

I did not call you, my son. Go back to sleep.

At that me Samuel was not familiar

with the LORD, because the LORD had not revealed anything to him as yet. The LORD called

Samuel again, for the third me. Ge ng up and going to Eli, he said,

Here I am. You called

me.

Then Eli understood that the LORD was calling the youth. So he said to Samuel,

Go to

sleep, and if you are called, reply, Speak, LORD, for your servant is listening.

When Samuel

went to sleep in his place, the LORD came and revealed his presence, calling out as before,

Samuel, Samuel!

Samuel answered,

Speak, for your servant is listening.

Samuel grew up,

and the LORD was with him, not permi ng any word of his to be without e

ect.

Reading II

1 Cor 6:13c-15a, 17-20

Brothers and sisters: The body is not for immorality, but for the Lord,

and the Lord is for the body; God raised the Lord and will also raise us by his power.

Do you

not know that your bodies are members of Christ? But whoever is joined to the Lord

be-comes one Spirit with him. Avoid immorality. Every other sin a person commits is outside the

body, but the immoral person sins against his own body. Do you not know that your body

is a temple of the Holy Spirit within you, whom you have from God, and that you are not your

own? For you have been purchased at a price. Therefore glorify God in your body.

Gospel

Jn 1:35-42

John was standing with two of his disciples, and as he watched Jesus walk by, he said,

Behold, the Lamb of God.

The two disciples heard what he said and followed Jesus. Jesus

turned and saw them following him and said to them,

What are you looking for?

They said

to him,

Rabbi

which translated means Teacher —

, “

where are you staying?

He said to

them,

Come, and you will see.

So they went and saw where Jesus was staying, and they

stayed with him that day. It was about four in the a ernoon. Andrew, the brother of Simon

Peter, was one of the two who heard John and followed Jesus. He

fi

rst found his own brother

Simon and told him,

We have found the Messiah

which is translated Christ —

.

Then he

brought him to Jesus. Jesus looked at him and said,

You are Simon the son of John; you will

be called Cephas

which is translated Peter.

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SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME JANUARY 17, 2021

EASTER Food Drive

The Food Pantry can do with donations of:

Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Cereal,

Macaroni & Cheese,

Spaghetti Sauce and Jelly.

You may bring your donations to the Vestibule of the Church before Mass or at

the Rectory during ofϐice hours. Thank you for your kind generosity!

From the Administrator

s Desk

The Staff and Priests of Saint Valentine Church

wish all our Parishioners, Relatives and Friends:

New Sunday Mass Schedule

Good News! We are resuming our original

Sun-day Mass Schedule:

Saturday Evening Mass --- 5:30 pm.

Sunday Morning Mass --- 8:00 am.

Sunday Morning Mass --- 10:00 am.

Sunday Noon Mass --- 12:00 pm.

St Valentine

s Fundraising & Special Events

The Valerie Fund has a hospital Amazon wish list. If people would like to order from there it gets delivered straight to them:

https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2M6P6QKI1EUFB? ref=cm_sw_em_r_wl_dp_r9VxK1xSwOnrT

Thank you to St. Valentine Fundraising & Special Events committee. The child you love in Christ is the child you save.

A FRESH PERSPECTIVE ON THE SUNDAY READINGS

HIS WORD TODAY

by Rev. William J. Reilly

Most Holy Name Catholic Church, Garfield, NJ

SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

JANUARY 17, 2021

John was standing with two of his disciples and as he watched Jesus walk by he said, ‘Behold, the Lamb of God.’ The two disciples heard what he said and followed Jesus. Jesus turned and saw them following him and said to them, ‘What are you looking for?’ They said to him, ‘Rabbi, which translated means, ‘Teacher’, where are you staying? He said to them, ‘Come and you will see.’

This first encounter of Andrew and his unnamed companion, led them to tell Simon Peter and everything changed. In these few verses we find so many names to describe the Messiah, Christ, Teacher, Rabbi. All reveal something special of Jesus’ role.

As we meet Him today as Teacher, Messiah, Christ, He asks us the same question: ‘What are you looking for?’ Our answer might be different, but Jesus’ invitation is the same, ‘Come and you will see.’ If everything changed for Andrew, Simon Peter or Cephas, so will it for us. Like Andrew may I bring someone to Jesus. My meeting Jesus today in His Word is not mere chance, but God’s plan.

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Gospel Today

Second Sunday in Ordinary Time | John 1:35-42

John saw the Holy Spirit when he bapƟzed Jesus and told the others “this is the Lamb of God”. Interested people began to follow Jesus.

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