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    /slideshows/homeLarge/images.jpg Welcome to Our Lady of the Magnificat
  • Welcome!

    Our Lady of the Magnificat Parish in Kinnelon, NJ in communion with the Bishop of Paterson is rooted in the tradition of the Catholic Church. We seek to deepen our love of God to live and proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit. We aim to nourish our members through prayer, outreach, education and joy-filled worship. We strive to build the Kingdom of God by serving the needs of one another and those of our neighbors.

    We are located at 2 Miller Road in Kinnelon, NJ


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  • Mass Times

    • Saturday: 5:00 PM EnglishEnglishEN Church
    • Sunday: 7:30 AM EnglishEnglishEN Chapel 9:00 AM EnglishEnglishEN Church 11:00 AM EnglishEnglishEN Church
    • Mon - Fri: 8:15 AM EnglishEnglishEN Chapel
    • Saturday: 8:15 AM EnglishEnglishEN Chapel
  • reconciliation Times

    • Saturday: 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM In the Church
  • rectory office hours

    REVISED AS OF JANUARY 2016
    • Mon. to Thurs. from 8:30am to 6pm
    • Friday 8:30am to 4pm
    • Saturday 9am to 5pm
  • PRAY FOR THE SICK

    Al Alvino                                
    Dany Badaan
    Cheryl Babitz                       
    Marie Gadaleta
    Baby Guiliana                      
    Angelina Bontempo
    Harrison Bruchhauser      
    Rita Carpentiere
    Joseph Dotro                      
    Joseph Hammond
    Betty Higgins                       
    Julio Izurieta
    Danielle Kneringer             
    MarySue Link
    Elvin Lister                           
    Frank Mack, Jr.
    Joseph Maher                     
    Nicholas Neill
    Nicolena Palumbo             
    Margaret Raphael
    Maribel Tehrani   
    Amy Walsh           
  • Bishop's Annual Appeal



    “Amen, I say to you, whatever you did for one of the these least brothers of mine, you did for me.”  (Matthew 25:40)

     

    Please remember the Church in your will


  • Car Ad for Parish

  • beefsteak and casino night



    We are also looking for Sponsorships for the event.  Here are the options and the recognition that sponsor are getting.  Please if you know somebody with a business let them know about the below.  We have a good group of 300+ people coming to the event.  

    Gaming tables  $100
    Beer Garden $250
    Casino Bank $250
    DJ Booth $250
    Wheelbarrow of cheer $100

    Recognition on dinner placemats, in prize booklet and sign at location sponsored.

    If you have any questions please email Frank Altieri at frank@veraciti.com or  call at 973-722-4001.

  • News

    • Since we have added additional Masses during Lent, we have room for more Mass intentions and we will be offering them at a reduced rate of $10. We would like to fill up the intentions for the 7pm weekday Masses and they are a lovely way to remember those who have died or for a special intention.
    • We need to be even more vigilant when there is snow or ice on the pavement. Please be careful and think of the other cars.
    • For many years, OLM parishioners have been special friends to the Catholic Charities Fr. English Food Pantry in Paterson, where about 5,000 poor are helped monthly. Each week, the chili makers provide 55 pans of chili, every 4th Sun. non-perishable food is donated. Dave Puccia and the KofC run special supermarket food drives. Special thanks to parishioners who made an inner city abandoned lot become a produce garden despite many, many obstacles. Nancy Hirdt as project coordinator, Andy San Filippo as mover and shaker to get soil and make beds and Barbara Perino as Master Gardner advisor were catalysts who enabled the harvest of 700 pounds of corn, squash, tomatoes, jalapenos and more for the clients at the food pantry. We are a special giving parish, Sincerely, Ellen & Bill Sharkey
    • All students in winter and summer programs should attend, with parents, one of the many Ash Wednesday Masses or service. See 3rd page of the bulletin for details. Winter students received Lenten booklets to encourage a meaningful Lenten season for the entire family. REMINDER: There are no classes on 2/14 and 2/15 - schools are closed.
    • We would like to thank all those who cooked for Eva’s Kitchen. We brought 38 pans of food and fed 150 people. A special thanks to Tom Black and Cindy and Andy Boniface who helped serve on Sun, Jan. 24. Also, many thanks Jeff Frank for the bananas and Cindy and Andy Boniface for the chips and cookies. Thank you, Kathy & Joe Gravino
    • Show your love and support by purchasing chocolate Valentine pops and chocolate dipped pretzels for those you love. The Youth of RISE are selling each package for only $3 or 2 for $5. Proceeds to defray trip costs of participant mission travel in July to fix homes of those in need in NY State. The delicious treats will be on sale after all Masses on the weekends of Feb. 6/7 and Feb. 13/14. Eat Chocolate AND Supporting a great cause!
    • Mondays 1:00 - 3:00pm: During the six weeks of Lent, the Monday afternoon Scripture group will study at the Parable of The Prodigal Son in Luke 15:11-32. This is a beautiful story of God's mercy. If you want to do something special this Lent, please join us in the Msgr. Ryan Room of the church from 1 to 3pm on Mondays.
    • The Ladies Guild would like to thank the following families for hosting hospitality over the past few months: The Melada's, the Schuckalo's, the Scully's, the Mazurkiewicz's, the Aliotta's, the Shadek's, the Bourneuf's and the Donohue's. THANK YOU!
    • A wonderful time was had by all. Thanks for all you do in making this the Greatest Parish on Earth. Please click here for photos from the event!
    • 60 children received their First Reconciliation on Saturday, Jan. 30. We congratulate them, their parents and their teachers.
    • Statements are in the mail to all parishioners who have made contributions to OLM of $250 or more.
    • Dear Friends of Catholic Family and Community Services, Your overwhelming generosity to our CFCS 2015 “Christmas Sled Program,” enabled us to distribute over 11,000 Christmas gifts. Our staff and volunteers are always overwhelmed by your generosity. The parents are especially excited to know their children will have a happy Christmas. On behalf of our clients, staff and Board of Trustees, I gratefully acknowledge your generosity and for making Christmas a happy memory for so many people served by Catholic Charities. We appreciate your continued support and may God continue to bless you in 2016! Sincerely, Diane Silbernagel, RN, MSN, Exec. Director
    • There IS class on Monday, 2/1, even though there is a half day on the public school calendar. Reminder for all winter and summer program families - please make every effort to attend services with your children on Ash Wednesday.
    • Please join our Baptism Prep team. Once a month, a session is held for couples who are requesting baptism for their child. Sessions are held in the home (or the rectory) of the facilitator. A team member is assigned one or two months out of the year which is approximately 1 hour where the team member plays a video for families and supply refreshments. This year, our team is in need of facilitators for February, April and December. This is a wonderful ministry to meet the newest members of the Catholic Church. Baptism team are instrumental in this important time of preparation. Please call the rectory at 973-838-6838 x103.
    • Eva’s Village would like to extend a special heartfelt thank you to Kathy and Joe Gravino and all of the other volunteers who braved the snow on January 24 to feed the homeless and working poor in our Community Kitchen. Your dedication to our mission and our kitchen guests is an inspiration. Sincerely, Liz Matthews, Eva’s Village