“The liturgy then is rightly seen as an exercise of the priestly office of Jesus Christ. The whole liturgical life of the Church revolves around the Eucharistic sacrifice and the sacraments”


Sunday Mass Schedule
Saturday 5:30p || Sunday 8a | 10a | 12p

Daily Mass Schedule
Monday – Friday 7a | 8:30a || Saturday 8:30a

Livestream Mass

Every Saturday at 5:30 PM

All Livestream Masses will be recorded and can be viewed at anytime.

Children’s Liturgy

St. John the Apostle families children are invited to attend
Every Sunday during the 10:00 AM Mass

Children will have their own Liturgy of the Word, including a special teaching just for them!

Family Mass

Every 3rd Sunday of the months of September to May
10:00 AM Mass
We will gather for Mass and then all are welcome to stay for snacks and fun & games in the gymnasium

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Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession)

Saturday 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Feel free to approach a priest after any mass or make an appointment by calling the rectory 908-486-6363


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Mondays 8:30 am

Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal was the title given to the Blessed Virgin Mary after she appeared to Sister Catherine, a Sister of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul in Paris. The Blessed Virgin Mary instructed Sister Catherine to make a medal that had the Sacred Heart of Jesus Christ surrounded by a crown of thorns and the Sacred Heart of Mary pierced by a sword.
The blessed Virgin Mary then told Sister Catherine to spread the devotion to the medal around the world. Cures and conversions were then reported after people had contact with the medal and resulted in people calling it “miraculous.”
This Devotion to the Miraculous medal asks for the intercession of our Blessed Mother.

First Saturdays 8:30 am

About Our Lady of Fatima First Saturday Devotion

Our world faces an unprecedented political, economic, social, moral, and spiritual crisis for which there is no human solution. God loves us and foresaw these times. In 1917, He send the Blessed Virgin Mary to three shepherd children in Fatima, Portugal with Heaven’s solution.
At Fatima, Our Lady pleaded, “Do not offend the Lord our God any more, for He is already too much offended!” Instead, humanity’s outrages against God have only intensified.

Thursdays 7:30 am & 9 am

Cenacle Rosary for Life

Join us as we pray with our Blessed Mother to petition our Lord for the end of abortion, euthanasia, embryonic stem cell research, cloning, artificial contraception, capital punishment, and assisted suicide. The Cenacle of Life is a prayer group that prays two rosaries (ten mysteries) offering the rosaries up with fasting. Each member fasts one day a week on bread and water, to end the culture of death in our state, our country and the world. Those that cannot fast on bread and water, due to sickness, age or circumstances, can offer up a day of fasting in the manner that they are able (i.e, from, such as watching television or talking on the telephone, etc). They offer up their fasts – at the prayer group – with the rosaries prayed. The group begins reciting “The prayer of offering” and concludes with “The consecration to the sorrowful and immaculate heart of Mary” Our Cenacle prayer group meets in the church every Thursday morning at 8:00 (before Mass) and prays one rosary (5 mysteries). Immediately following the 8:30 Mass, we pray another 5 mysteries of the rosary.

Saturdays at 8 am

Prayer for Priests
Gracious and loving God, we thank you for the gift of our priests.
Through them, we experience your presence in the sacraments.
Help our priests to be strong in their vocation.
Set their souls on fire with love for your people.
Grant them the wisdom, understanding, and strength they need to follow in the footsteps of Jesus.
Inspire them with the vision of your Kingdom.
Give them the words they need to spread the Gospel.
Allow them to experience joy in their ministry.
Help them to become instruments of your divine grace.
We as this through Jesus Christ, who lives and reigns as our Eternal Priest.

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