A Message from our Pastor

Dear Parish Family,

At Saint Mary Magdalen de Pazzi Parish as throughout our diocese, the Church will be without public Mass. Father Brighenti, Father Matt and Father Trigilio will be saying the Masses privately to fulfill the Mass Obligations. Daily a Mass will be celebrated by our priests so many will hopefully participate through live streaming. We are encouraged to make a Spiritual Communion opening our hearts so the Lord can commune with us. He is waiting; He is still stretching out his arms from the Cross!

Our Church doors will be open from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm daily and on Saturday 9:00 am - 3:00 pm and Sunday 9:00 am - 1:00 pm. Praying in large groups, however, should be avoided. In all situations, participants should be encouraged to observe social distancing practices, recommending 6 feet of space between participants. The Church is open so that we can come on our own initiative on our own schedule to pray silently to the Lord in the Blessed Sacrament, to pray the Rosary and the Divine Mercy Chaplet, the Stations of the Cross, etc.

Confessions will be on Saturday from 3:45-4:45pm in the New Adoration Chapel.

Join us for our Live-streamed Masses

Daily Mass Monday - Saturday 8:00am
Saturday: 5:00pm Vigil Mass
Sunday: 8:00am, 1:30pm (Spanish)

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Welcome to St. Magdalen's

The Roman Catholic Church of St. Magdalen de Pazzi exists to echo Jesus' call to all: "Come and Follow Me."

Our patroness, Saint Magdalen de Pazzi poetically prayed, “Come Holy Spirit! Consume in us whatever prevents us from being consumed in you.” Although this may seem like a pious expression that only a distant, unfamiliar saint could make, truly, it expresses the deepest desire of each one of us.

As we race about, pressured on every side to meet expectations and achieve all the things in life that we hope will make us happy, what each of us truly wants, deep down, is that all of our nagging questions, all of our doubts, all of our hurts, and all of our sins would be removed so that we could rest in God’s truth, in his love, in his justice, and in his mercy- in other words, to be totally consumed in God. Our parish exists to echo Jesus’ call to each one of us to follow him, for he is the way, the truth, and the life. He is the answer to our deepest human desires; he is the gate which leads to the loving arms of God our father.

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Events & Announcements

How can we pray for you?

Your intentions will be lifted in prayer by our clergy as we face these uncertain times together.

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Hope House Food Pantry

Thank you to all who so generously donate to our food pantry. This week the pantry is in need of the following items: Canned Soup, Applesauce, Canned, Meats & Stews, Mac & Cheese, Pasta Sauce, and Cereal.

Please place items in the boxes located in the Narthex of the church. Please check dates on donations, we can not use any out of date products.

Seventeenth Annual Bishop Vincent DePaul Breen College Scholarship

In honor of Bishop Breen and to support the St Magdalen’s community, the Knights of Columbus are proud to offer four scholarships to eligible candidates.

Please read through all guidelines and eligibility requirements.

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St. Magdalen de Pazzi 2nd Golf Outing

St. Magdalen de Pazzi will host our 2nd Golf Outing to support the Hope House at Heron Glen in Flemington.

A new date for this event is coming soon!

Young Adults: Zoom Meeting

The Young Adults are meeting every Sunday night on Zoom. We are doing the Consecration to the Blessed Mother called 33 Days to Morning Glory. Come & join us!

All young adults between the ages of 18 - 35 are welcome.

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Bishop's Appeal

2020 Bishop’s Annual Appeal

2020 Apelación Anual del Obispo