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  • GENERAL PARISH INFORMATION

  • 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

    Rectory office:  973-838-6838

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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
    • MonFri: 8:15 AM EnglishEnglishEN Chapel
    • Saturday: 8:15 AM EnglishEnglishEN Chapel
  • reconciliation Times

    • Saturday: 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM In the Church
  • bulletin history

    Please click here for history of bulletins with links to the advertisers listed in the bulletin

  • rectory office hours

    SUMMER HOURS STARTING 5/21/19
    • Mon. to Thurs. from 8:30am to 5pm
    • Fri. 8:30am to 4pm
    • Saturday 9am to 1pm 
  • PRAY FOR THE SICK

    Father of goodness and love; hear our prayers for the sick members of our community and for all who are in need.  Amid mental and physical suffering may they find consolation in your healing presence.  Show your mercy as you close wounds, cure illness, make broken bodies whole and free deliverance, and so join us in thanking you for all your gifts.  We ask this through the lord Jesus who healed those who believed. AmenEd Bailey                              
    Manuela Barrios                         
    Msgr. Eugene Boland        
    Philip Cibiniak                     
    Anne Comarata       
    Richard DeMaio                  
    Ray DuPlain, Sr.         
    Joyce Evans
    Fr. Joseph Farias                
    Theresa Fay
    Rosemarie Geraghty         
    Carol Kenah
    Olivia Lipkney                     
    Christine Lytle             
    Joseph Maher     
    Jessie Murray      
    Nicholas Neill      
    Ginny Noe            
    Ann Pendola                       
    Chris Powers
    Richard Tarapata                
    Madeline Testa           
    Fred Weber          
    Terry Wickham    
    Tom Wisniewski
     

  • NEWS FROM THE DIOCESE OF PATERSON


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    2018 BISHOP’S ANNUAL APPEAL
    Here I Am, Lord!
    If you have not yet responded to the 2018 Bishop’s Annual Appeal, there is still time to do so as the 2018 Appeal funds are used to support ministries and programs through the end of the diocesan fiscal year on June 30, 2019.   Your gift is a great blessing and valued so we can serve Christ by serving his people.  For your convenience, you can make an online gift at www.2018appeal.org.                 
     

     

  • CURRENT PARISH NEWS

  • the dwelling place concert fundraiser


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    The 3rd annual Pay It Forward Summer Concert supporting the work of the Franciscan Sisters of Allegany’s The Dwelling Place of New York, which leads Women from homelessness to home, will be held on Thursday, Aug. 22 at 7 p.m. at the Brownstone. Rev. Edward Lambro is the musical director for the event billed as “Sinatra for 2 Girls and a Guy” and will feature Patricia Dean, Marianne Patterson and Kevin Yapaola. This year’s concert is dedicated to the memory of the concert’s biggest fan, parishioner Frank Reinhardt. Tickets are $100 a person with checks made payable to Our Lady of the Magnificat and should be marked “The Dwelling Place” in the memo line. The evening includes a deluxe cocktail hour and the show. Concert organizers would like duplicate last year’s effort of raising $10,000 for The Dwelling Place.
     

  • News

    • Our Junior Choir, which is made up of children who are enrolled in grades 4-8 in our religious education program, will commence rehearsing on Tuesday, September 3rd from 4:30-5:30pm in the church. They will sing with the Sr. Choir at the 11:00 parish picnic Mass under the tent on the rectory lawn on Sunday, September 8th. Beginning the following Sunday, September 15th, the Junior Choir will sing regularly at the 9:00 Mass, plus a number of other occasions throughout the year. Six of last year’s singers have graduated on to high school, so we have many empty chairs to fill. If your child is a singer, our parish needs their voice. Contact Mr. Pierce at 973-830-9806 for details.
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    • 2nd Collection Aug. 24th & 25th As part of the Diocesan Mission Coop. Plan, a Salesian Sister of St. John Bosco will speak at OLM on Aug. 24th & 25th, on behalf of their foreign mission ministries. They will be asking for your help in support of their works throughout the world. The Salesian Sisters are a worldwide community counting 12,545 sisters spreading the Gospel on every continent. Approx. 3,000 sisters work in mission areas affected by great poverty, disease, political unrest, violence, war and other difficult conditions such as areas of natural disaster and refugee camps. They are in 17 African countries, the poorest because of war and violence for example South Sudan. They are also in the Middle East, particularly in zones where war is destroying people and environment. In Syria they have a hospital too small for present needs but they are dedicating themselves day and night to children, young people, families who have lost their homes, the dying and the wounded. The Sisters are grateful for the opportunity of sharing their mission work in our parish and of benefiting from your generosity.
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    • Enjoy Italian food by Positano’s, wine/beer and family entertainment by professional comedians, featuring Bobby Collins as seen on the Tonight Show and Letterman. Our Octoberfest beer is crafted by Ramstein Brewery, doors open 6:30pm; show at 8:30pm, OLM Auditorium, Tix $45 includes food, show, beer and wine. Tix call Dave Puccia 973-694-1955.
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    • Where: OLM Church Ryan Rm., 2 Miller Rd., Kinnelon, NJ When: Wed., Oct. 2, 2019, 7pm Session: Approx. 3 hours Who: Anyone who will be working with children needs to attend this training session, either here at OLM or at another parish.
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    • I would like to thank all of you at OLM for your support to me and to my family during the illness and then death of my husband, Deacon Joe Richardson. A special thanks to Fr. Steve who came very early in the morning to administer the sacraments to Joe; to Fr. Henry who honored Joe at the funeral Mass; and to Michael Pierce and the choir for the beautiful music. Sincerely, Irene Richardson
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    • Every 4TH weekend nonperishable food items are donated to the Father English Food Pantry which helps feed about 5000 families each month. Donations can be left in the bins at the school entrance to the church. Thank you for your generosity.
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    • Do you have a desire to grow closer to the Lord? Is Our Lady calling you to become a Lay Carmelite? Join us on Sat. Sept. 28th at 9am in the Ryan Room and meet the Associate to the Provincial Delegate, Sister Libby Dahlstrom, O. Carm, from the Province of the Most Pure Heart of Mary in Darwin, Illinois. Sr. Libby visits the OLM Carmelites every three years. This is a special opportunity to come and see the goodness of Our Lord and learn more about Our Lady’s Order of the Lay Carmelites. For more information call Carol Mangani 973-283-2218.
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    • Save Oct. 11 and 12, 2019, for the 3rd Women’s Cornerstone, a 27-hour retreat located at OLM. It’s an opportunity for the women of our parish to re-energize, re-connect, meet other women, and grow in their spirituality and relationship with God. More information to follow!
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  • phony emails and phone calls

    UPDATE 4/17/19:

     THIS MORNING A SERIES OF FAKE TEXTS/EMAILS FROM
    'FR. STEVEN SHADWELL".  THESE ARE A SCAM - PLEASE DELETE.

    Someone with an affiliation with the parish (parishioner, staff, etc.) had their address book hacked.  The hackers are using the email addresses and, in some instances phone numbers, to impersonate Fr. Steve or  Msgr. Carroll and social engineer others in that address book.  Don’t respond to any of these solicitations.  To protect yourself, please change your email password as you could have been the  party compromised.    Please delete these emails.  No one from the Parish will be sending emails requesting favors.  Thank you!