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First Holy Communion

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First Holy Communion at our Sacred Heart of Jesus Church in Wallington will take place:

April 25, 2021 at 2:30 PM - Polish (online broadcast )

May 2, 2021 at 2:30 PM - English.

Congratulations to all our first Communion children!




Great Eucharistic Fast

Cardinal Tobin pngCardinal Joseph W. Tobin has invited the faithful of the Archdiocese of Newark to reflect on how the pandemic-induced "Great Eucharistic Fast" has affected their faith life and called on them to spiritually prepare for the eventual return of in-person worship when it can be done safely. Writing in "Returning to Grace: A Pastoral Letter on the Eucharist," Cardinal Tobin said the inability to receive the body and blood of Christ in holy Communion has left a vacu- um in people's lives. He expressed hope that people would gratefully return to regular Mass attendance in due time.

"Is it possible that Catholics who have been denied access to this great sacrament -- including those who have 'walked away from it' over many years -- may realize what they are missing and return to experience the loving presence of Christ in this mystery of grace?" he wrote. The title of the pastoral letter reflects the vital need for Catholics to invite others to "return to full, conscious and active participation in the eucha- ristic liturgy" and to do so by emphasizing "the graciousness of this great gift and its incomparable beauty," the letter said. "I have given this pastoral letter the title 'Returning to Grace' because I firmly believe this is what all of us are called to do after and in response to the Great Eucharistic Fast imposed on us by COVID-19," Cardinal Tobin wrote. By receiving the Eu- charist, he explained, the faithful are "called to recognize ourselves as true members of the same body and blood of Christ who are intimately united with him and with each other through the miracle" of the mystery of the real presence of Jesus. "Each time we receive the holy Eucharist, we accept the Lord's great commission to proclaim his Gospel and to minister to his people in every nation to the ends of the earth," Cardinal Tobin said. Despite the livestreaming of Masses, the "forced separation" from normal church life since last March "remains a great tragedy," the cardinal said. He compared the inability to receive holy Communion to being unable to visit his mother who now lives in southwestern Ontario, near his hometown of Detroit. When he finally was able to visit and share a cup of tea with her last summer, he said, "I experienced true joy." "Millions of Catholics across the world have had a similar experience with their love for Jesus. ... What we receive when we receive holy Communion is the same 'body of Christ' that St. Paul tells us we are," the cardinal said.

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Lenten Retreat in polish



Due to pandemic restrictions, our Lenten Retreat in Polish language are spread on three consecutive Tuesdays: on March 2,9 and 16. Father Krystian Burdzy will be leading them for us.

Father Krystian Burdzy was born on April 3, 1978 in Nisko, Poland, the eldest of three siblings. His younger brother, Artur, also a priest, is working in Diocese of Sandomierz, Poland. After graduating High School, Father Krystian studied in the Seminary in Sandomierz, where he graduated, and obtained a master’s degree in theology from KUL University in Lublin, in 2003. He was ordained May 24, 2003.

In 2006, Father Krystian came to America, since then served in Polish, English and Spanish speaking parishes. Right now, he is serving as Administrator in Good Shepherd Parish in Hopelawn, NJ (Diocese of Metuchen).
Waiting for our Lenten Retreat, let us ask Holy Spirit for an abundance of His graces for Father Krystian Burdzy, and for us for openness on His Gifts.

Schedule is as follow:

Tuesday, March 2, 2021, 7 PM: Holy Mass with a retreat homily

Tuesday, March 6, 2021, 7 PM: Eucharistic Adoration with a retreat homily

Tuesday, March 16, 2021, 7 PM: Holy Mass with a retreat homily, an opportunity for a plenary indulgence.


February-Month of the Holy Family

familyThe month of February is dedicated to the Holy Family. This year the first 16 days of February fall during the liturgical season known as Ordinary Time which is represented by the liturgical color green. Green, the symbol of hope, is the color of the sprouting seed and arouses in the faithful the hope of reaping the eternal harvest of heaven, especially the hope of a glorious resurrection. The remaining days of February are the beginning of Great Lent.

The liturgical color changes to purple — a symbol of penance, sacrifice, and the sorrow of a contrite heart. Let us pray: Jesus, Mary and Joseph, I give you my heart and my soul.


Lenten Retreat in english


 The Franciscan Friars of the Renewal (C.F.R) will join us during our Lenten journey from Ashes to Easter to encourage and guide us during this special time of the year. Lenten devotions and teachings will be celebrated on: March 11, 18 & 25. All on Thursdays at 7:00PM in Church.

Reserve this sacred time for yourself and plan to be with us! (All devotions & conferences will be in English)


Appeal of the Archdiocese of Newark 2021


Meeting with Bishop Saporito



Join our parish Family of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus as together we welcome for first time in the Borough of Wallington The Most Rev. MMichael A. Saporito, D.D Auxiliary Bishop of Newark.

Our Regional Bishop for Bergen County The Fifth Sunday of Great & Holy Lent March 21 2021 - 10:45 AM at The Sacred Liturgy of the Mass.



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