UPDATE: To the Saint Justin the Martyr Parish Community, As you may have heard, a car crashed into the church building on Thursday, August 18th. Fortunately no one was injured. The Toms River Township Building Department has deemed the narthex part of the building unsafe. We just received approval to use the Church since that is structurally sound. At the present time, temporary repairs have been made, but we will not be able to enter through the main doors of the Church and can only use the side doors until all the repairs are made. We will be holding all of our Sunday Masses and other events scheduled in the Church. Entry will only be by the side doors. The doors on the side of the Education Building are the best options. We will be in need of volunteers to direct people and to open and close the doors as people enter the Church. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding. Father Mark
Dear Parish Family, Mass on Thanksgiving Morning will be at 9:00am
National Eucharistic Revival: A Grassroots Response to God’s Invitation Jesus Christ invites us to return to the Source and Summit of our faith—his Real Presence in the Holy Eucharist….National Eucharistic Revival: A Grassroots Response to God’s Invitation
Bishop O’Connell’s Catechetical Series on the Eucharist—Bishop David M. O’Connell, C.M. highlights “many aspects of the inexhaustible gift and mystery of the Holy Eucharist” in a five-part series.it can be accessed at: Bishop O’Connell’s Catechetical Series on the Eucharist
Hear each of our Deacons heartfelt homilies on how the Catholic Annual Appeal has helped them in their lives and as Deacons…..
FRAUD ALERT: IMPORTANT NOTICE: A few parishioners received a text ‘from me’ asking for help. READ MORE……..
For those who are unable to attend Mass in person, you can now view Mass from our parish on YouTube and Facebook each Sunday at 8:00am (You do not need to be a member of Facebook to view the Mass) CLICK HERE FOR THIS SUNDAY’S MASS (Available 8am Sunday Mornings)
Collections are vital to our existence as a Parish. If your circumstances permit, please consider donating to the parish at this time. I am thankful and grateful for your continued financial support during those challenging days to help us meet our weekly and monthly expenses. Many mail their contributions in and continue to do so. Here are some ways for you to help your parish: *Place your offering in the receptacles at the doors as you enter or leave church. *Mail in your envelopes weekly/monthly. *Have your bank send us weekly/monthly check automatically from your checking account made out to Saint Justin Church with your envelope number on the check to get proper credit . Thank you for giving the above some consideration to help support your parish financially, and know it is greatly appreciated!
MISSION STATEMENT: The goal of Saint Justin The Martyr Parish is that each member grow in the Grace through Jesus Christ, and in so doing cooperate with the Holy Spirit in giving glory to God, in experiencing the salvation of their soul, and in building up the Body of Christ