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Christ the KingRoman Catholic Parish768 Ocean Avenue Jersey City, NJ 07304Phone: 201-333-4862Fax: 201-433-6352Email Address: [email protected] Years of Faith, Hope, and LoveJuly 31, 2022Eighteenth Sunday In Ordinary TimeClergy and StaffRev. Esterminio ChicaPastor ([email protected])Rev. Mr. Charles Simmons, DeaconMs. Ann Warren, Business ManagerOffice Hours : Monday—Thursday 9:00 AM—2:00 PMMass times: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 9 a.m. in the RectorySunday: 8 and 10:00 a.m.Eucharistic Adoration Thursdays 7p.m.Facebook live: Christ the King Parish Jersey City, NJ693—Christ the King

LectorsDateJuly 31Valerie Lewis-MosleyAugust 7Diana Daniels-MainaAugust 14Rosemary NwabuezeAugust 21Valerie Lewis-MosleyEucharistic MinistersDateJuly 31Host and to PewsEugene MosleyYolanda JacksonAugust 7August 14Mabel HawkinsAugust 21Eugene MosleyJoin us for Eucharistic Adorationon Thursday evenings at 7p.m.Spend some time in quiet prayerbefore the Blessed Sacrament.CollectionYear to Date 7/10/2022Actual: 4,210Budget: 4,731Difference:- 521Father Walter, ourgreat guestcelebrant,has a podcast! Checkit out.Please keep the following parish family members andfriends in your prayers:Francena Thomas, William Moore, Nathaniel McDougald, IreneGaynor, John Lott, Connie Moses, Deneen Dorsey, Carol Jones,Julia Hunt-Walker, Elizabeth Gaines, Alicia Brown, Ellen Stuckey, Shirley Connell, Dolores Sanders, Bessie Johnson, GordonGladden, Adela Buccilli, Lourdes Ithier, Robert and Cherie Orange, Pat Edomy, Davey Bogar, Harriet Donald, Wanda Manning,Roberta Brown, Sharon Massey, Michael J.R. Coates, ClaudeHunt, Carolyn K. Rice, Verdena Johnson, Elissa Hairston, ValerieLewis-Mosley, Renade Bigbie, Janie Jackson, Dad Mallard,A.J.Downing, Thomas Fowler III, Ronald Peterson, , KatherineGraham, Eleanor Mixson, Miya Enix, Ruth Ann Watkins, AnnaMarie Mosley, Minnie Johnson, Shirley West, Curtis Curry, Bestine Remy, Jessie Williams, Bryson Nelson, Gail Williams, Monica Brown, Courtney Curry, Shirley Connell, Rashon Garlin, Hollistine Bennett, Maxine Turner, Patricia Williams ,Yvonne Garlin,Deacon Simmons, Martha Maynor, Sharon Johnson, Jeanette Daniels, Treyvon Warren, Bishop Ferdinand Cherie of New Orleans, .God of mercy, ease the suffering of those on our prayer list.Comfort them in their various illnesses. Please give them courage, patience and hope. In their times of loneliness assure themof our love and prayers.Fr. James Mc ConnellSMA Fathers23 Bliss Ave.Tenafly NJFr. John Martin (Fr. Jack)Rev. Msgr. James Kelly Residence247 Bloomfield Ave.Caldwell NJ 07006Prayers for the DeadEternal rest grant unto him/her, O Lord. And let perpetuallight shine upon him/her. May he/she rest in Peace,Amen. May his/her soul and the souls of all the faithfuldeparted, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. AmenPrayer requests for the dead and for the recently deceasedin our community: Morris Mosley, Pearl Hardy, ValerieThomas-Floyd, James Holloway, Elaine Gardner, MichaelMcKoy, Rosalie Daniels, William Miller, Anna Hill, FredAnderson, Celeste Bryant, Jerry Isaiah Glover, Aaron Anderson, Mary Boston, Albert Carter, Lorraine PorteeBrown, Michael Thurston, Maurice Anyorah, RichardBoyd, Reaner McClain, Joyce Byrd, Yvonne Bailey, HubertRay, Clarastine Akbar, Delores Wigfall, Rev. James E.Goode, O.F.M., Bill Dabney, Kadeem Carson, Velma SmithIngram, Jake Mincey, Sondra Ray-Fulmer,Janine Jackson, Sheronda Rogers, Frank Moses, RobertWarren, Sr., Johnathan Simmons,Mildred Hamm, GloriaFelder.693—Christ the King

Stewardship Reflection from Cardinal TobinJuly 31, 202218th Sunday in Ordinary Time.“Take care to guard against all greed, for though one may be rich, one’s life does not consist of posses-sions.”Lʗʍʇ 12:15The Gospel message is contrary to modern culture that continually tries to convince us that our joy comesfrom the material things we possess. That the more we acquire, the happier we will be. Jesus shows us thatour true joy comes from our “invisible” gifts like love, mercy and forgiveness. True joy comes from“emptying” ourselves, giving of ourselves rather than always taking. We are called not to hoard but to share.True joy comes from living a grateful and generous lifestyle; become more “God-centered” and less “selfcentered.”Christ the King Roman Catholic Church Parish InformationMission Statement of Christ the King Roman Catholic ChurchWe will be open to the voice of God leading us to a greater love for each other and those looking for a place to worship. WWeewwiillwork hard in order to learn the beautyy of our CCatholic faith and have the courageg to share it with others with respectpand jjoo yy. Wewill pray to the Holy Spirit for us to become a welcomingcoming and healing comcommunity, in word and actions, in the legacy of ourchurch's ancestors.Pastoral CouncilCharles SimmonsRosemary NwabuezeTrustees:Mrs. Verdena JohnsonMs. Christina WootenSacred Music MinistryGreg Searvance: DirectorMichelle Adolphus: Children and YouthFinance CouncilYolanda JacksonDonna Boyer-LendorFred GarlinRonald J. HuntShalitha NelsonChristine WootenMonica HarwellDiana MainaVerdena JohnsonReporting Sexual Abuse InformationThe Archdiocese takes very seriously any and all allegationsof sexual misconduct by any member of the clergy, Religiousand lay staff of the Archdiocese. We encourage anyone withknowledge of an act of sexual misconduct to inform us immediately so that we may take appropriate actions to protectothers and provide support to victims of sexual abuse.Individuals who wish to report an allegation of sexual misconduct may do so by calling the Archdiocesan Office of Childand Youth Protection at (201) 407-3256The Sacrament of BaptismCelebrations are held seasonally. Parents should contactthe pastor to set up an appointment. Parents andgodparents are invited to our baptismal preparationprogram.The Sacrament of MarriageCouples considering marriage are expected to makearrangements with the pastor one year in advance. Allcouples are welcome to our marriage preparationprogram.Parish MembershipChrist the King is a parish that welcomes all. Everymember of the parish is expected to be involved instewardship of time, talent, and treasure and one of thechurch ministries. Anyone needing offering envelopesshould contact the rectory.Christian FormationInquiry classes into Catholic faith RCIA formation foradults seeking full membership in the Catholic Churchare held in the rectory. For more information pleasecontact Fr. Mino for meeting times.693—Christ the King

Summary of Today’s ReadingsReading I: Ecclesiastes 1: 2; 21-23At first enjoying the fruits of his toil, a man mustthen pass them on to some heir who did not labor toproduce them. Nor did that heir endure any of thetrials that production entailed. So it is foolhardy tobase one’s happiness solely on what we have done.Reading II: Colossians 3: 1-5, 9-11Jesus fulfilled all the promises made about the Messiah. Listed are the vices that have to be “put todeath” and the virtues that lead to holiness, teachinga person to set his/her heart on what lasts forever.The Gospel: Luke 12: 13-21This section provides us with a long meditation onthe harmful effects that many possessions can haveon true disciples. A Christian should aim to be richon “what matters to God.”Readings for the Week of July 31, 2022Monday: Jer 28:1-17; Ps 119:29, 43, 79, 80, 95, 102;Mt 14:13-21Tuesday: Jer 30:1-2, 12-15, 18-22; Ps 102:16-18, 1921, 29 and 22-23; Mt 14:22-36Wednesday: Jer 31:1-7; Jer 31:10, 11-12ab, 13; Mt15:21-28Thursday: Jer 31:31-34; Ps 51:12-13, 14-15, 18-19; Mt16:13-23Friday: Na 2:1, 3; 3:1-3, 6-7; Dt 32:35cd-36ab,39abcd, 41; Mt 16:24-28Saturday: Dn 7:9-10, 13-14; Ps 97:1-2, 5-6, 9; 2 Pt1:16-19; Lk 9:28b-36Sunday: Wis 18:6-9; Ps 33:1, 12, 18-19, 20-22; Heb11:1-2, 8-19 or Heb 11:1-2, 8-12; Lk 12:32-48 or Lk12:35-40MASS INTENTIONS: People of the ParishReflection on the Gospelby Rev. Leonard N. Peterson“Christmas in July” is a particular annual event thatTV shopping channels use to push products for theseason five months out. So I am told by my sisterswho are much aware of such. A clever idea for sure,perhaps even calculated to provide at least someimaginary relief from the heat and humidity of thepresent month.That idea of Christmas sales led me to think of apopular movie of that season called “It’s a Wonderful Life.” That 1946 classic featured a despicablecharacter known as Mr. Potter, played with panacheby the late Lionel Barrymore. You most likely knowhim as the antagonist of Jimmy Stewart’s characterGeorge Bailey, the hero of the story.One critic of the film calls it in actuality, a “darkfilm.” He writes, in part: “It’s a magical realist conceit, able to strike directly into the purpose of human existence and remind everyone that they’respecial for who they are.” But he continues: “Yet wehave to wade through the unrelentingly destructiveforces of capitalism the reminder that all peoplearound you get to succeed while you do not ” Allwell and good as analysis.For my purpose, I’d like to focus on Mr. Potter, whorepresents materialism in charge. He is always miserable, “speechifying” with a harsh and cynicalvoice. You get the unavoidable impression that forall his wealth, Potter is not a happy person. Joylessin the extreme.Our Lord could well use Mr. Potter as an example ofwhat He meant in His always masterful stories likethe one about the “rich man whose land produced abountiful harvest.” Note how Our Lord’s charactergoes past Mr. Potter by saying to himself “Rest, eat,drink, be merry.”’ But then comes God’s response, aunique powerful retort: “You fool!”I believe we have been given powerful food forthought as we have sat in our favorite comfy chairand watched on our large screens the beautiful faithfilled reaction of the Ukrainian people to the evilfoisted on them by Russia. With nothing more thanthe clothes on their backs and a small sack of familymementos, they have retained their hope and dreamof victory. They have their faith in God intact andtheir trust in Him solid. Not based on accumulatedpossessions. It is the ones with the multi-milliondollar yachts who are trapped by a poisoned outlookthat is far from a truly wonderful life. So, today werelearn the hard lesson that trusting in our possessions as a source of happiness is as foolish as well,“Christmas in July.” Put another way is this analogyfrom an anonymous source: “Riches are a golden keythat opens every door, save that of heaven.”God love you and give you His peace.693—Christ the King

The FoodMinistry atChrist the King ChurchThe Food Ministry at Christ the King Church is committedto feeding both the bodies and souls of our brothers andsisters in the community. We offer our prayers and workdiligently to alleviate food insecurity. We pick up foodfrom our sister parish, OLC, we make sandwiches, and wepack bags at the Grab n Go. We offer a food pantry in therectory where those we serve choose the food they need.But the most important thing we do is respect the dignityof all who come to us for help. Come join us. Volunteersare always needed. Food and monetary donations are especially welcomed. Call the rectory at (201) 333-4862 forfurther information.Grab n Go: 768 Ocean AveWant to know what we need? Go to tkContact Yolanda Jackson [email protected] or(201) 852-0023Damali Oparaji [email protected] or (201) 9513087Christ the King Charles Cooper Food Pantry(In the Rectory)Clients have the opportunity to “shop” our shelves tochoose what their families need. Registration is required.For information, or to make an appointment, call AnnWarren in the church office (201)333-4862.Be encouraged!REMEMBER: GOD IS GOOD, ALL THE TIME: ALLTHE TIME, GOD IS GOOD!Pray the Rosary: Sunday Morning 9:30 a.m.Men’s Prayer Group: Wednesday, 7 p.m. Zoom ID 582 0458603 Password 482-482 For more info: Deacon Simmons (908)358-9990Bible Study: Wednesday, 7p.m. For more info: Ann Warren(201) 333-4862Eucharistic Adoration: Thursday, 7p.m. Christ the KingMEN OF CHRIST THE KINGM.O.C.K. The Men of Christ theKing will meet in person every firstSunday after 10:00 Mass. Locationwill be announced. Please come and enjoy thefellowship.The Knights and Ladies of Peter Claver St. Martin DePorres Council #297 and Bishop Joseph A . FrancisCourt # 297 are looking for new members. Curious?Interested? Contact JACKIE FLOYD, CN. 297 (201)362-5324 or VERDENA JOHNSON, CT. 297 (201)970-3942. or visit the website YOU ENJOYSOCIAL MEDIA?Thank you to Juanita and LionelHekpo who have so graciouslyvolunteered to live stream the10:00 Mass on our Facebook pagefor those who are homebound. Asecond team would be great. Doyou have expertise in live streaming?Are you willing to step up? If youcan and will, please contact thechurch office and we will get youstarted.693—Christ the KingYou can make adifference when youshop at Amazon.Simply enter the address below, shop,and AmazonSmiledonates a percentageof your purchases toChrist the KingChurch. Go to

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