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1 Mass Intentions Sacraments MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5 8:30 am John Griffin, Toni Chiarolanzio, Tracey O'Keefe Ramponi 12:00 pm Kathleen Hutchinson, Marie Cortese, Luigi & Maria De Angelis, Michael De Angelis TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6 8:30 am Corinne De Fronzo, Fortunato Spagnuolo 12:00 pm Joseph Farrell WEDNESDAY,NOVEMBER 7 8:30 am Thomas DeQuinzio, Jack McGinty, Mary Dwyer 12:00 pm Richard Haley, Phyllis Child THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8 8:30 am For the people of the parish 12:00 pm Ida & Peter Del Priore, Ralph & Minnie Bezzone, Hilda Goncalves FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9 8:30 am For the people of the parish 12:00 pm For the people of the parish SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10 8:30 am Michael Zincone 5:00 pm Joanne Yeager, William Leader, Henrietta Romack, Andrew Connolly, Luigi & Maria Grace De Angelis 7:00 pm For the people of the parish SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11 7:15 am Dr. & Mrs. Rendell 9:00 am Walter M. Gibleski, Ida Ammenwerth, Pfc. John L. & Carmine Cardarella, Rose Cicalese, Micheline Lee Carracino 10:30 am Luisa & Orlando Serino, Anthony Esposito, Marie Armenti, Cathy Hutchinson, Gerald Anderson 12:00 pm Sam & Margaret Passarella, Thomas L. De Biasse, Corinne DeFronzo, The Ida & Oreste DeFronzo Family, Pasquale Iuliano The Altar Bread & Wine For the Week of November 11-17, 2018 are in memory of: The Bledt Family in Thanksgiving Go therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing in the name of the Father and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. (Matthew 28: 19-20) Felicity Alicia Sedlak, Victoria Jayne Colonello who were baptized October 28, 2018 For this reason a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh. So they are no longer two, but one flesh. Therefore, what God has joined together, no human being must separate. (Matthew 19:5-6) Christopher Yost & Adrianna Tapia who were married October 26, 2018 Anthony Milano & Christine De Marzo Jonathan Hammer & Brianna Traverse who were married October 27, 2018 Maggie Corley, Bill Buckley, Jack Farina, Jacob Shaw, Tommy Fitzpatrick, Geraldine Cucciniello, Stephen De Lara, Alice McGuire, Andrew Ronald Zeltser PRAY FOR THOSE WHO HAVE GONE HOME TO THE LORD: Lord for your faithful people life is changed not ended. When the body of our earthly dwelling lies in death we gain an everlasting dwelling place in heaven. FINANCIAL BLESSINGS The weekend collection for Saturday/Sunday, October 27/28 amounted to $25, Your generosity to our Church is gratefully appreciated. CHILDREN'S COLLECTION Our children s collection for Good Counsel Homes for the weekend of October 27/28 amounted to $ Thank you girls and boys for helping.

2 Thirty First Sunday in Ordinary Time November 4, 2018 NOVEMBER - THE MONTH OF REMEMBRANCE Into your hands, O Lord we humbly entrust our brothers and sisters. In this life you embraced them with your tender love; deliver them now from every evil and bid them enter eternal rest. The old order has passed away; welcome them into paradise, where there will be no sorrow, no weeping nor pain, but the fullness of peace and joy with your Son and the Holy Spirit forever and forever. Amen. In prayer, we remember those whose Funeral was from Saint Vincent Martyr Church since last 'All Souls Day.' Helen Prentiss Diane Applegate Betty Triolo Maria Lo Sapio Joseph Vanacore Robert Ryan Patricia Sarno Lisa Sarno Janet Tedesco Roger Richardson Pauline Curlo Jane Sauchell Carmella Esposito Nancy Chiarolanzio Mary Skillman Josephine Esposito Louise Auriemma Georgina Hueston Robert Hueston John Regazzi Gus Price William Povilaitis Carmen Massaro Barbara Carey Margaret Riccards Philip Picillo Rita Tolerico Kay Leary Antonietta Bernardo Helen Borst Pasquale Palma Rose Prisco Bartolomeo Roberto Ralph Sandello Victor Czarnecki David Carson John McGinty Eugene Cass Anthony Esposito Thomas Perkalis Madeline Primavera Kathleen Matthews Orsala Allocca Frederick Allocco Arthur Pappas Frank Bettencourt Emily Suchenski Ralph Dellano Marjorie Walsh Sebastian Firriolo Patricia Sarles George Hemphill Lorraine Ozarowski Fabio Velez Byron Cooper James McCormick Stanley Godlewski John Hilovsky Orsola Viglione Louis Ammirato Ralph Cestone James Melone Josephine Garrubbo Anthony Donato Michelina Carracino Mary Dwyer Joseph Luciano Marie Armenti Stephen Browne Petronilla Murrin John Paul Cicarelli St. Vincent Martyr 26 GREEN VILLAGE ROAD MADISON, NEW JERSEY PHONE: FAX: Parish Staff Rev. Msgr. George F. Hundt, Pastor Sr. Noreen Holly, School Principal ext. 101 ext. 201 Rev. Darwin Lastra, Senior Parochial Vicar Ms. Anne Marie Gisoldi, Vice Princ./Dir. of Youth Ministry ext. 102 ext. 300 Rev. Przemyslaw Gawlik, Parochial Vicar Mrs. Barbara Armenti, Director of Music Ministry ext. 257 ext. 262 Deacon Robert Morton Mrs. Linda Loria, Church Organist ext. 262 Mrs. Jan Figenshu, Pastoral Minister Mrs. Kathy Simonelli, Parish Business Administrator ext. 253 ext. 105 Mrs. Denise Stefanelli, Director of Christian Formation Ms. Maribeth Kenworthy, Parish Secretary ext. 251 ext. 106 Trustees: Mrs. Barbara Doyle and Mr. Joseph Verbaro

3 Stewardship Corner And to love him with all your heart, with all your understanding, with all your strength, and to love your neighbor as yourself is worth more than all the burnt offerings and sacrifices. (MARK 12:33) Of all the gifts that God gives His Stewards, the one He wants the most is our heart. He wants us to share out of love, not out of obligation. Participating in parish ministry and contributing money to support our parish mission is important, but it s more important to spend time in prayer with God daily and discern how He is calling us to be generous with all of our gifts. Not just the visible ones, but the invisible ones like love, mercy and forgiveness Please join us in praying for Pope Francis intention for November: That the language of love and dialogue may always prevail over the language of conflict. MASS OF REMEMBRANCE November 5, 2018 at 7:00 PM Commemoration of the Faithful Departed St. Vincent Martyr Church Please join us to commemorate those of your family or friends who have died this past year. We invite you to bring an unframed photo of the deceased (4 x 6 or smaller) to share for the month of November. (Please put your name on the back of the photo). All Souls Day Envelopes are available at the doors of the Church. If you would like your deceased loved ones remembered at our All Souls Masses on Nov. 1 (8:30 am and Noon), please note the name on each envelope. Donations are welcomed. RCIA, A JOURNEY FOR THE ENTIRE PARISH The Rite of Initiation of Adults began this week for our Parish. This process is not just for the catechumens and candidates, but it is also a journey of conversion for the whole parish! Our candidates are coming to SVM saying, "I want to be Catholic." As parishioners please hold these seekers and inquirers in your prayers that they may develop, deepen, and enrich their relationship with our loving God, in Jesus, and through the Holy Spirit. Pray for our RCIA team who walk with our candidates, as they support them, pray for and with them, act as witness to their faith, and guide them along the path. If you are interested please join us on Thursday, November 8 at 7:30 p.m. in the Parish Media Center.

4 Join us for The Alpha Program (not to be confused with our Youth Ministry Alpha Retreat) this Lent/Spring. What is Alpha? 15 interactive sessions run over 11 weeks An Opportunity to explore your faith in a friendly, open and informal environment A place where people meet each other and meet Jesus If you would like to help organize this special parish event as a welcomer, registrar, kitchen server/crew, table host or facilitator, please contact Matthew Bradford at or Jan at This is an 11 week commitment with an additional 2 session training and planning. We need your help to bring this life-changing journey to our parish BISHOP'S ANNUAL APPEAL Here I Am, Lord! When you give to a charitable organization, it is important to be confident that the funds are used wisely. Please know that your gift to the Bishop's Annual Appeal supports the following causes: our Catholic Charities agencies, seminarian education, our urban elementary schools and our priests' retirement residence and priests' extraordinary health care needs. In addition, 50% of all funds received over a parish's goal is returned to the parish directly for its own needs. Appeal funds are used for no other purpose and serve only those who live in Morris, Passaic and Sussex counties. You can make a pledge with confidence when you give to the Bishop's annual Appeal. For your convenience, you can make an online gift or pledge at Thank you! Prayer I am happy and proud to say that I am going for Round 3 of the Covenant House Sleep Out on November 15. I'm sleeping on the streets in Newark, NJ so homeless kids don't have to. 4.2 Million kids will face homelessness in America this year. I wanted to do something to help, so I joined Covenant House Sleep Out movement. I am dedicating my sleep out this year to recently canonized Saint Oscar Romero who has inspired to strive for solidarity with those who are in need. He has taught me that my heart needs to be with those who struggle in any way. As part of my Sleep Out, I'm raising funds and awareness for Covenant House - an organization that provides shelter, safety, and support to nearly 2,000 kinds each night across the United States, Canada, and Latin America. On November 15, I'll spend a night getting to know some of the kids who live at Covenant House in Newark and learning about the strides they're making to move from homelessness to independence. Around midnight, after the residents go to sleep in their beds at the shelter, the other participants and I will head outside with nothing but a cardboard box and a sleeping bag. We're sleeping outside for one night so homeless kids don't have to. Help me reach my fundraising goal by making a donation on my page: Thank you and God bless - Father George. ROSARY ALTAR SOCIETY MEETING The Rosary Altar Society meeting will take place on Monday, November 12 at 7:00 p.m. in the Ministry Center. The meeting will be held following the Rosary. Light refreshments will be served. Following the Rosary Prayer, the members will honor our wounded troops by creating cards expressing their Christmas message and deepest gratitude for their service. The Rosarians have joined forces with Operation: Quiet Comfort to support its mission in delivering words of encouragement and appreciation from a grateful nation. Supplies will be provided. If you have any questions, please Diane Wallace at ROSARY The Rosary is prayed every morning Monday - Saturday at 8:00 a.m. followed by Mass at 8:30 a.m. Let us continue this devotion to our Blessed Mother. Remember the Rosary Altar Society meets every 2nd Monday of the month. WEEKLY HOLY HOUR AND DIVINE MERCY CHAPLET We are hosting a Holy Hour immediately after the Noon Mass each Thursday. During the Holy Hour we will recite the Chaplet of the Divine Mercy and have some quiet time of reflection. All are welcome to share in this holy hour.

5 Education OPEN HOUSE AND INFORMATION SESSIONS AT ST. VINCENT MARTYR SCHOOL St. Vincent Martyr School in Madison, invites families with children entering PreK-3 through 8th grade to visit in November to learn more about the school. Information Sessions will be held on Wednesday, November 7 at 7:00 p.m. and on Saturday, November 10 at 10:00 a.m. An Open House will be offered on Thursday, November 8th between 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. Please visit the website for more details and to register to attend an Info Session and/or the Open House. Please contact our Admissions Director Mary Brooks with any questions (973) ext. 224 or St. Vincent Martyr School is a Catholic co-ed school for students in PreK - 8th grade. We welcome students from all faiths. SVMS considers the talents of individual students, their stages of cognitive development & their styles of creative expression to help each child achieve personal success. We provide an outstanding academic program in a safe, state-ofthe-art facility, supported by a friendly & caring community. YOUTH NEWS 1.) Alpha team meeting for the entire fall retreat team and the winter talk team is this evening, November 4 from 7:00-9:00 p.m. in the Youth Center. 2.) Wantioch team on Tuesday, November 6 at 7:00 p.m. in the Youth Center here at St. Vincent's. 3.) Fantioch follow up gathering is Wednesday, November 7 at 7:15 p.m. in the Youth Center for any 10th grader. 4.) Service opportunities for all teens - our annual Thanksgiving Scavenger Hunt will take place on Sunday, November 18, meeting in the school gym at 1:00 p.m. Find permission slips on the parish website under Youth Ministry/Service. Parent drivers are needed. 5.) Still need to register for Youth Ministry - go to the parish website at click on Youth Ministry and you will find the registration form, calendar and welcoming letter for each grade level. CHRISTIAN FORMATION Please see below for the next session of each group. Faith Family Sunday: 6th & 8th grade - November 4 Monday program: November 5 Hope and 7th grade: November 11 SCHOOL NEWS Our 8 th graders have been very busy these past few weeks preparing applications and practicing interviewing for their prospective high schools. They are a bright and spirited group and God has great things in store for each of them. Next Friday they will take a High School Placement Test (HSPT) and the following Wednesday they will have their pinning ceremony during which they will receive their class pins. The 8 th grade year is a daunting one for students but we believe that with Jesus at our side that all things are possible. Please pray for the Class of 2019 and they will return this favor for you. Ministry SOCIAL JUSTICE OUTREACH COMMITTEE Good and loving God, we pray that with Your help and through our work this world will be a better place. The next meeting of the Social Justice Outreach Committee will take place on: Thursday, November 8-7:00 p.m. Ministry Center - St. Christopher Room At this meeting we will review recently completed, upcoming and regularly scheduled outreach programs. In addition, ideas for the 2019 Lenten Almsgiving program will be solicited. If there are questions or you cannot attend the meeting but would like to provide your thoughts, please contact Gene Cracovia at or

6 STAY CONNECTED WITH ST. VINCENT'S Get important updates from our church in a timely and convenient way. This new tool we're using lets you choose what info you'd like to receive - via or text message from various ministries and groups in our church. You can unsubscribe any time. Visit our church at: or text SVMNJ to 84576; and visit our website at Service LITTLE SISTERS OF THE POOR DOOR COLLECTION THIS WEEKEND The Little Sisters of the Poor from St. Joseph's Home for the Elderly in Totowa will be visiting our parish this weekend. The Little Sisters operate 174 homes throughout the world providing loving care to the elderly poor and have served the aged in New Jersey since Please be as generous as your means allow. Thank you for your support. "Halloween Candy Drive for Veterans and Troops Overseas In honor of Veterans Day and in support of local Veterans and active duty overseas troops, SVM and SVMS will be gathering leftover Halloween candy for delivery to both the VA hospital in Lyons NJ and care packages for troops. We collected lbs last year...hoping to top it! Details: - 11/1 through 11/7 will have a bin in the school lobby to gather candy. - Saturday 11/3 and Sunday 11/4 we will place a bin in the main lobby of the church. All candy will be accepted as long as unopened and not past expiration. The VA will take full unopened bags of candy and the rest will go to overseas troops. Thanks in advance for your contributions. Any questions contact Bill Heskett or ) or Hui Boon SEMINARIAN THANK YOU From Rev. Robert K. Suszko, Vice Rector.... "On behalf of the resident seminarians of Immaculate Conception Seminary I would like to thank you and the parishioners of St. Vincent Martyr Parish for the gift bags that were delivered for our seminarians earlier this week. Our seminarians are always deeply touched by the generosity of your parishioners and appreciative of their efforts on our behalf. As the Vice Rector of Immaculate Conception Seminary I make every effort to ensure that all of our seminarians are provided with the financial assistance they need to cover the cost of textbooks, car insurance, medicine, etc., so they can focus on the important work of academic studies and formation. While I sometimes forget to think about their need for more practical items such as laundry detergent, shaving cream, shampoo, etc., your parishioners never do! The generosity of your parishioners will keep them well stocked in these items for the better part of this academic year. Please extend our sincere gratitude to all the families of St. Vincent Martyr Parish who contributed the great variety of "necessities" included in each bag. Please also extend our gratitude to all the parishioners who worked to organize the collection and assemble the bags. A special thank you goes to Christine Farner who has enthusiastically directed this project for the past five years. Our seminarians will remember the kindness and generosity of the people of St. Vincent Martyr in their prayers." KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Just a reminder the Knights of Columbus Family Chess Night for children and families 3rd grade and up continues Wednesday, 11/7/18, at the Knights Hall at Holy Family Parish. The Knights Hall is located in a small white building next to Holy Family School at Tucker Street between Orchard & Briarwood Roads in Florham Park. All new participants are welcome! Children 3rd grade to 5th grade must be accompanied by a parent. Instruction will be given. The Family Chess Night returns to St. Vincent Martyr on Wednesday, 11/13. For more information please call Joe O Brien at A Family Perspective Anyone can be a "saint" in front of stranger but the daily acts of patience, acceptance, forgiveness, listening, and dying to oneself within the family are religious acts. Family life is the turf of sanctity.

7 THANKSGIVING OUTREACH Preparations are underway for our parish community s Thanksgiving Outreach. As many of you know, our parish assembles and distributes baskets of food for those in need here in Madison. Baskets are also sent to St. Agnes parish in Paterson as well as agencies in both Paterson and Newark. You can help in several ways. Prepare a basket (a sturdy box or laundry basket makes a great basket) consisting of a frozen turkey, potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce, gravy, fresh fruits and vegetables, condiments and desserts all the fixins for a Thanksgiving dinner. Please pledge a basket by taking a tag from one of the baskets around the altar. Each tag represents a specific family or individual. Detailed instructions for the preparation of the basket will be printed in a future bulletin. Volunteer on Sunday, November 18 th from 12 p.m. 2:30 p.m. in the school gym to help construct boxes and prep for Monday. Volunteer on Monday, November 19 th to help assemble, collect and prepare baskets for distribution. Volunteer to deliver baskets locally on Monday, November 19th between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. We can really use the assistance of the men of the parish for this. Please bring a flashlight! Make a financial donation that will be applied toward the purchase of food for the baskets. If you wish to help, please call Barbara Eutsler at , send an to or fill out the form below and return it to the parish office, attn. Thanksgiving Outreach Coordinator. I/We would like to help with the Thanksgiving Outreach. I/We will help prep from 12 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, November 18. I/We will help assemble baskets during the day on Monday, November 19. I/We will help deliver baskets between 5 p.m. & 6 p.m. on Monday, November 19. I/We would like to make a donation of $ toward the purchase of food for a basket. Please make checks payable to St. Vincent Martyr-Thanksgiving Baskets. Enclose this form with your check and return it to the parish office in care of the Thanksgiving Outreach Coordinator or place it in the collection basket. NAME: ADDRESS: PHONE: THANKSGIVING OUTREACH Planning for our annual Thanksgiving Outreach Program at St. Vincent Martyr is underway. Four or five volunteers are needed on Sunday, November 18 from 12:00-2:30 p.m. to begin the set up process. Volunteers are also needed for Monday, November 19 beginning about 9:30 a.m. to process and organize the donations. There is a particular need for men to help unload the many heavy items that are donated. Those volunteers will work in two shifts - 6:30-11:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Drivers are also needed that evening from 5:00-6:00 p.m. to deliver baskets within Madison. If you can assist us, please send Barbara Eutsler an at or call Thank you! ONLINE GIVING OPTIONS FOR WEEKLY AND ONE TIME GIFTS I'd like to invite you to join Faith Direct, our parish's electronic giving program. Our to-do lists can get lengthy during this season, but Faith Direct's Giving program will give you one less thing to remember each week -- no more envelopes to find before you go to Mass. Visit and use our church code: NJ740. Thank you for your continued support of our parish family!

8 Rev. Msgr. George F. Hundt, Párroco x 101 Rev. Darwin Lastra, Vicario x102 Rev. Darwin Lastra, Vicario x102 Rev. Przemek Gawlik Vicario x 257 Deacon Robert Morton, Diácono permanente Mrs. Jan Figenshu, Asociada Pastoral x 253 Mrs. Denise Stefanelli, Dir. Ed. Religiosa x 251 Ms. Anne Marie Gisoldi, Dir. Jóvenes x 300 Mrs. Kathy Simonelli, Administradora x105 Ms. Maribeth Kenworthy, Secretaria x106 La colecta del Pasado 27 de Octubre fue de 281 dólares. Dios multiplique su generosidad. San Vicente Mártir Noviembre 4, 2018 Experiencia Hispana Lecturas para esta semana- Domingo 4-Sábado 10 de Diciembre Domingo: Deuteronomio 6, 2-6 Sal 17, 2-4 Hebreos 7, Marcos 12, Lunes: Filipenses 2, 1-4 Sal 130, 1-2 Lucas 14, Martes: Filipenses 2, 5-11 Sal 21, Lucas 14, Miércoles: Filipenses 2, Sal 26, 1-4 Lucas 14, Jueves: Filipenses 3, 3-8 Sal 104, 2-7 Lucas 15, 1-10 Viernes: Dedicación de la Basílica de Letrán Ezequiel 47, Sal 45, 2-9 1Corintios 3, Juan 2, Sábado: San León Magno Filipenses 4, Salmo 11, 1-9 Lucas 16, 9-15 María: El Nacimiento de la Iglesia Esta semana comenzaremos a reflexionar el capítulo 10 del libro De la Cruz a la Tumba Vacía, de nuestro obispo Serratelli, traducido a nuestra lengua. María fue la primera en besarle la frente. Ella había saciado su sed y lo había acariciado con ternura. Ahora sus manos están clavadas a un madero; su frente sangrando; su garganta se secó. Una madre nunca abandona a su hijo. Su dolor es su sufrimiento. Su muerte, su corazón roto. Nunca el mundo había visto el corazón de una madre lleno de tanta alegría con el nacimiento de un niño. Nunca verá semejante cosa en su muerte. Quién podría llegar a comprender la profundidad del amor de una madre! Mateo, Marcos y Lucas colocan a las otras mujeres en el Gólgota a distancia de la Cruz. Pero Juan coloca a María justo al lado de la cruz. La mujer más cercana a Jesús en la vida está más cerca de Él en la muerte. El amor hacia su Hijo es lo que le a María el valor de estar allí. No hay amor en la naturaleza más fuerte que el vínculo de madre e hijo. La multitud se burla. El criminal de la izquierda está lanzando insultos. El de la derecha, pidiendo misericordia. Mary está en silencio. Con fuertes gritos y lamentos, Rachel llora por la muerte de sus hijos (véase Jeremías 31, 15). Pero ni una palabra de los labios de María. Hay tristezas que no pueden ser habladas. La tristeza más profunda derrama lágrimas silenciosas. Continuaremos la próxima semana con este capítulo. Feliz domingo. P. Darwin L.

9 Los Sacramentos Reconciliación (Confesiones): Todos los Sábados a las 4:00pm o haciendo una cita con uno de los sacerdotes, ya sea llamando a la oficina o hablando con ellos directamente o antes de la Misa en Español ext Unción de los Enfermos: Para las personas que están gravemente enfermas, hospitalizadas o preparándose para una cirugía, al igual que las personas de edad avanzada un asilo para la tercera edad. Para administrar este Sacramento; Favor de llamar a la oficina de la parroquia para que uno de los sac erdotes administre la Unción de los enfermos ext Cursillo Pre-Bautismal en español: Llamando a la oficina y planear una cita con el sacerdote, Ext. 102 Devoción Mariana Mayo y octubre son los meses dedicados a la Virgen María. Desde el sábado 6 de octubre comenzaremos nuestra Devoción Mariana con nuestra Virgen Peregrina, elegiremos a cuatro o cinco familias que deseen abrir sus casas para acoger a la Virgen durante una semana, rezar el Santo Rosario y vivir nuestra fe en comunidad. Los motivo para que nos unamos a esta gran devoción mariana y extiendan esta invitación a sus familiares y amigos para que también experimenten el amor maternal de la Virgen María y sus grandes bendiciones. Participa en familia! Padre Darwin FORMED, está por a llegar a SVM! PARA TENER EN CUENTA Talentos Dios nos ha dado a cada uno de nosotros muchos talentos. Por lo tanto, hay que ponerlos al servicio, si usted es bueno en lectura puede unirse al grupo de lectores de nuestra parroquia; tendríamos una práctica; si está interesado por favor llamar al Padre Darwin al ext. 102 o ver antes o después de la Eucaristía. OPCIONE DE DONACIÓN EN LÍNEA, SEMANAL O EN UNA SOLA VEZ Inscribirse en Faith Direct hoy es una excelente manera de garantizar que sus limosnas a San Vicente Mártir se reciban incluso si está de viaje. Visite y use nuestro código de iglesia: NJ740. Gracias por su continuo apoyo a nuestra familia parroquial! FORMED es una aplicación del Instituto Agustino, que te dará las respuestas que necesitas, enriquecerá tu conocimiento y te ayudará a profundizar en tu fe católica. Nuestra parroquia de San Vicente Mártir te regalará el acceso a esta aplicación. Una vez que te suscribas con la clave de acceso que te de la parroquia, FORMED pondrá en tus manos miles de programas de estudio basados en video, películas, documentales, charlas de audio, audiolibros e incluso libros electrónicos a la carta. Deja que estos materiales te faciliten tu viaje espiritual a medida que tratas de entender, vivir y compartir tu fe católica más plenamente episodios de programas de estudio por video 35+ largometrajes y películas 45+ presentaciones en audio 25+ libros electrónicos Disponibles en inglés y español las 24 horas los 7 días de la semana Con nosotros partir del 3 de octubre!