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MASS SCHEDULE

Sunday Obligation (Summer Schedule):
Saturday - 5:00 pm (Chapel)
Sunday -   8:00 am (Chapel), 
               10:00 am (Chapel), 
               12:00 nn (Chapel)
               
 

Holy Days: Schedule as published in bulletin

 

 

 

Weekday Summer Mass Schedule (Church):
Monday through Friday -  8am
Saturday - 8am

Eucharistic Adoration
Church:

Monday, Tuesday & Thursday - 1pm until 11pm
 



PARISH NEWS - WE ARE NOW LIVE-STREAMING ALL MASSES (Chapel)

Please click the link below to watch our Masses live on our parish's Youtube channel. 
We need you to subscribe to the channel to continue to live stream. 
Just click "subscribe" 
https://youtube.com/channel/UCSx8L6u2nf7FIXxxOoQHn_g
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NEW COVID DIRECTIVES AND LIFTING OF DISPENSATION

Please review the new Covid Directives that will take effect the weekend of June 5-6.  Dispensation rules are changed as of this weekend as well.
New Covid Regulations

As you are aware, the CDC, the State and the Archdiocese have been modifying guidelines for dealing with the Covid Pandemic. They seem to be changing fairly often - making it hard to communicate what the “rules” are so that everyone knows what to expect.

Several changes will take place starting next week for the Church and Chapel.

To begin with there will be no pews blocked off as we move to 100% capacity.

  • If you are vaccinated, you do not have to wear a mask.
  • If you are unvaccinated, it is recommended that you continue to wear a mask.

These two conditions are causing lots of controversy in our country today. But we are a community inside these walls – a family – And we appeal to all of you to be sensitive to each other with whatever personal choices others make in this regard.  We do not judge who makes what choices, but we also need to be respectful of anyone who is fearful when they come into our worship space. Our collective goal must be to make everyone comfortable even if we do not understand their concerns. So if someone wants to maintain some space around them, let’s do that for them.

Other Directions:

  • Sanitizing will continue between masses and new Breaking Bread Missals will be available in the pews once again.
  • Holy Water will be available in large dispensers only
  • The Offertory Presentation of the Gifts will resume
  • Priests and Eucharistic Ministers will still sanitize and wear masks in distributing communion on the hand
  • There will continue to be no physical contact at the Sign of Peace.
  1. Dispensation from attending Mass

This is probably the most sensitive change. As of Next weekend, Cardinal Tobin and the Bishops of NJ are rescinding the dispensation that was granted from attending Sunday Mass. In other words the obligation to attend Sunday Mass unless there are outstanding circumstances is back in effect as it always was prior to the pandemic.

We want to communicate this to everyone as an INVITATION to return to your spiritual home – This Place of Worship.  For any loving relationship to thrive there is a built in obligation to be there for each other. The obligation is a product of the love between two parties. So what we are saying is that everyone is being given the opportunity to bring their love of Jesus Christ back into full communion by receiving His Real Presence in the Eucharist and freely attending Mass once again.

We hope that each of you here will help communicate that to others who have not yet returned to their home of worship. And to do it not as a judgment, but as an invitation.

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ARCHBISHOP'S ANNUAL APPEAL - 2021

Parishioners are encouraged to prayerfully consider a donation to this year's Appeal.  Your donation helps so many within the Archdiocese as well as right here in our parish of Corpus Christi.  Rebate monies after attaining our gaol will help our parish and school with repairs/upgrades or any needs that arise.

Envelopes are still available or you are encouraged to donate online at www.rcan.org/sharing.  Desginate Corpus Christi as your parish.  Your gift may be restricted to any ministry listed.  Thanking you in advance for your generous support.

Click the link below to watch a short video by Cardinal Joseph W. Tobin:
https://www.rcan.org/video


PARISH CENTER GUIDELINES

Monday-Friday:  9am - 12noon & 1-4pm

Rules & Regulations

  1. All visitors MUST wear a facemask.
  2. Everyone will have their temperature taken.  Temp of 100 or more will not be allowed to enter.
  3. Visitors will not be buzzed in.  Ring bell during regular business hours and the door will be answered.
  4. Only ONE person will be allowed in the office at a time.  The only exception is ONE person going to the main office and ONE person going to Religious Ed office.
  5. Social distancing must be maintained (6ft).
  6. If you have any symptoms of being sick, please stay home.

Notes:

  1. The Religious Education office is CLOSED on Fridays
  2. Meetings are NOT to be held in the Parish Center

CONFESSION

Every Saturday, 4pm-4:15pm
in the Chapel. 
Face Coverings MUST be worn.


EMERGENCY

If you have a Sacramental emergency,
call (201) 707-5353.


ALL PARISH MINISTRY GATHERINGS/MEETINGS ARE CANCELED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. 


PARISH CENTER OFFICE HOURS

Monday- Friday: 9am - 12nn & 1pm - 4pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday:  Closed

(Closed from 12-1pm, Monday-Friday)
Religious Education Office is closed on Fridays.


The Parish Center is located at 218 Washington Pl., Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 07604. 
Click Here for Google Map.


PARISH STAFF - Clergy

Administrator
   Rev. Kajetan Klein

Parochial Vicar
   Rev. Gabriel Perdomo

Deacons
   Deacon Vincent DeFedele
   Deacon Paul Carris

   

PARISH STAFF - Office

Pastoral Associate
     Baptism & Beyond, Bereavement
     Patricia Caulfield

Pastoral Associate for Adult and Family Faith Formation
    Paul Carris

School Principal
     Jason Feliciano

Director of Religious Education
     Verna Paiotti

Director of Music
     Joanna Kowalska

Youth MInister
     Cait Seymour

Local Safe Environment Coordinator
     Mary Beth Viviani

Trustees
     Michael Mascis
     Carol Viceconte


CONTACT INFORMATION

Parish Center
218 Washington Pl.
Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 07604

Tel: 201-288-4844
Fax: 201-288-0237
Email:  corchris@optonline.net

Corpus Christi Church
260 Boulevard (corner of Boulevard & Kipp Ave.)

Corpus Christi Chapel
215 Kipp Avenue (main entrance through school)

    

Corpus Christi Parochial School
215 Kipp Ave.
Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 07604
Tel: 201-288-0614

Early Childhood Learning Center
261 Boulevard (across from Church)
Tel: 201-288-0614

Religious Education Office
(in Parish Center)
Tel: 201-288-4844 x142

High School Youth Ministry
(in Early Childhood Learning Center)
ACCTMYouthMinistry@gmail.com  
 


PARISH REGISTRATION

The parishioners and parish staff extend a warm welcome to you and hope that you find our parish community a place where your faith will be nourished. Individuals who participate in liturgical celebrations or other activities or ministries at Corpus Christi are encouraged to become registered parishioners. Submit  the Parish Registration Form and a complete registration package will be sent to your home.

As a registered parishioner, you may receive certificates to sponsor individuals for sacraments, receive them yourself, or participate in Baptism, Marriage, and Religious Education classes. In addition, you become a supporting member of the parish community.

CHANGE OF ADDRESS?
Please call the Parish Center when you move or otherwise change your address.