Mother’s Day – Sun, May 10th

Mother’s Day Flower Sale

This is the final weekend to place your orders for the St. Vincent de Paul Society Annual Mother’s Day Flower Sale. Please place you order in the collection basket.

Mother’s Day Envelopes

Mother’s Day Mass Remembrance envelopes may be returned in the collection basket any week before Mother’s Day. We will offer a series of Masses in May for all living and deceased mothers whose names are submitted.

Bordentown Knights Of Columbus – Tootsie Roll Fund Drive

The Bordentown Knights Of Columbus are holding their annual Campaign for People with Intellectual Disabilities Fund Drive next weekend at several area businesses. This “Tootsie Roll” fund drive benefits God’s special children at the Holy Cross Center of Learning, the Githens Center, and NJ Special Olympics. Knights will also be collecting donations after Masses next week. Please be generous and enjoy a Tootsie Roll on us! Thank you.

Living Stations of the Cross Video

A video of this year’s living stations of the cross is now available for viewing on the website.. Just go to the videos tab and select Living Stations of the Cross. . . it is about 29 minutes long. . .  for more info call the parish office at 298 0261 during normal office hours.

St. Mary’s Adoration Committee

The members of St. Mary’s Adoration Committee wish to express gratitude to all who participated in the 40 Hours of Solemn Adoration preceding Holy Week. The chapel was filled with the mercy, compassion, love, peace, consolation, inspiration of our Lord. We know it added to the holiness of our Holy Week, and Triduum celebrations. As was proclaimed at Mass on Easter Monday, “The Lord has risen from the dead; let us all exult and rejoice, for he reigns for all eternity, alleluia.”   He remains with us and blesses us through the Holy Eucharist, and through each other.

As the spring season progresses, and schedules change, we invite you to spend time in the presence of Jesus in the chapel. The blessings are bountiful. St. Mary’s is in need of additional persons in weekly adoration. Please call Cathy Lippincott at 499-0999, or Linda Howard at 298-2567, or email Ginny Olsen at with your availability/commitment, or to have your questions answered. Pope John Paul II wrote, “Jesus awaits us in this Sacrament of Love.” Adoration of our Lord in the Holy Eucharist is a gift of immeasurable worth. Please join us!

Clothing & Housewares Drive – Apr 25-26

Better Community Housing Trenton (formerly Martin House) is sponsoring a clothing and housewares drive on the weekend of April 25-26. A truck will be parked in our church lot to receive your donations. Clothing items that are needed include men’s shirts, pants, jeans, and shoes; ladies’ dresses and shoes; and all childrens’ clothing from infant-to-teen. Houseware items needed include bedding, sets of silverware, pots and pans, kitchen utensils, and musical instruments. If you have a large quantity of items to donate, please call Gloria Phillips at 609-421-5413

Life in the Spirit Seminars – Apr 20 – Jun 1, 7PM

God raised this Jesus; of this we are all witnesses. Exalted at the right hand of God, he received the promise of the Holy Spirit from the Father and poured it forth, as you see and hear. (Acts 2:32) 

WHERE: St. Mary’s Church (Chapel behind Church),         45 Crosswicks St., Bordentown, NJ.

WHEN: Monday evenings, 7:00PM to 8:30PM,                   (except Session 4 is on Tuesday, May 12)

Session 1 – April 20 – God’s Love

Session 2 – April 27 – God’s Salvation

Session 3 – May 4 – A New Life with God

Session 4 – May 12 – Receiving God’s Gifts

Session 5 – May 18 – Create a relationship with Jesus Christ

Session 6 – June 1 – Growth and Transformation in a new life with Jesus Christ

WHY COME: Active or in-active Christians can create a renewed or fuller relationship with Jesus Christ through the Holy Spirit. Non Christians can be introduced to Christianity and possibly make a first commitment to Jesus Christ.

Remember those New Year’s resolutions? Easter gives us another opportunity to renew or change ourselves. Pope Francis said, “being Christian means allowing oneself to be renewed by Jesus in the Holy Spirit.” Come and prepare for your Pentecost. 


To register call Jeanne (609) 298-6868, email Ginny at, or register below

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Traveling Catholic Faith CD for April

Easter is here and with it comes the beginning of the church and new life – spring time is upon us.  Our April Traveling Catholic Faith CD is once again by Father Robert Barron from Word on Fire.  He talks to us about how the resurrected Jesus appears to his disciples, how fearful they were to be targeted next.  He delivers a message of peace with a mission. This is the mission of the Church, to proceed in spreading the news about Christ imbued with the life-affirming, sin-forgiving power of the Holy Spirit. It’s a mission that will connect us to God. The CD is titled “Life in the Church”.  As always the CDs are on the table in the back of the church. If you can’t find any, look next weekend as we replenish them during the week. For more info call the parish office during normal office hours at 298-0265.

Altar Server Training – Apr 21st & 22nd

The next Altar Server training sessions will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 21st and 22nd, at 7PM in the Church. Interested children (from the 4th grade & up) should call Ann Marie in our Parish Center at 298-0261 to sign up.

St. Joseph The Worker – Employment Ministry

What:         Catholic, collegial support and resources for the unemployed and those in career transitions

When:        7-8 PM on the first Wednesday of every month

Where:       St. Mary’s Parish Center, first floor

Sponsor:    Knights of Columbus, Council 570

For more information, call Paul at 609-324-2811  or email at

Catholic Appeal Update

We are fast approaching the 50% mark of our $60,000 parish goal for the 2015 Catholic Appeal. St. Mary’s parishioners have made 146 gifts or pledges totaling $27,516 to date, for an average of $188 per gift. If you have not yet made a pledge to this year’s Appeal, we urge you to do so and help us reach our goal. The Catholic Appeal supports many important Diocesan programs and ministries, and Bishop O’Connell is most grateful for your generous response.

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