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Passing of the Most Reverend John M. Smith, ninth Bishop of the Diocese of Trenton

Today, Bishop David M. O’Connell, C.M.,  announced that Most Reverend John M. Smith, ninth Bishop of the Diocese of Trenton (1997-2010), former Coadjutor Bishop of Trenton (1995-1997), former Bishop of the Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee in Florida (1991-1995) and former Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Newark (1988-1991), passed away.  Bishop Smith is survived by his two…

News about the Parish Office phones

Due to recent changes with our Office phones, please note that all extensions now have a “1” before them.  Please listen to the recorded directory when you call. Parish Office:  Receptionist  110,   Fr. Carter  114,   Business Administrator  126  /   Religious Ed Office:  Sr. Bernadette  128,  Diane  130  /   School Office:   Secretary  113

Women of Grace Study Series

Women of Grace Study Series is 9 Wednesday morning sessions beginning September 12th. Each meeting will last approximately 2 hours. In addition to the sessions, participants are expected to: complete 5 “at home” lessons, purchase a copy of Full of Grace: Women and the Abundant Life and the accompanying study guide, and have access to…

New Saturday Mass Schedule

The SATURDAY 5:30 p.m. mass is being discontinued after June 30, 2018, leaving 4:00 p.m. as the only Saturday afternoon mass. For more information, go to Father Carter’s message: Week of June 24, 2018    

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Bishop John Smith has passed away this morning. May God grant his faithful servant eternal rest

The funeral arrangements are as follows:

Friday, January 25, 3 pm: Reception of the Body in St. Mary of the Assumption Cathedral, Trenton

Friday, January 25, 7 pm: Mass of Jesus Christ the High Priest in St. Mary of the Assumption Cathedral, Trenton

Saturday, January 26, 11 am: Mass of Christian Burial in St. Mary of the Assumption Cathedral, Trenton, followed by internment at St. Mary Mausoleum in Trenton
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The Diocesan Youth Conference (DYC) Registration is now/still open!

8th-12th graders from our very own Diocese of Trenton are invited to gather together for a day of prayer, talks, gathering, and fun on Saturday, February 9th from 10:00 AM-6:00 PM, at Holy Cross Preparatory Academy in Delran, NJ! Please send us a message if you or anybody you know are interested in attending to represent our Holy Innocents Parish 😀
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The Diocesan Youth Conference (DYC) Registration is now/still open! 

8th-12th graders from our very own Diocese of Trenton are invited to gather together for a day of prayer, talks, gathering, and fun on Saturday, February 9th from 10:00 AM-6:00 PM, at Holy Cross Preparatory Academy in Delran, NJ! Please send us a message if you or anybody you know are interested in attending to represent our Holy Innocents Parish :D

Here are the details for Deacon Jim Walsh's funeral:
Visitation at O'Brien Funeral Home, Wall, Wednesday from 4-8pm with funeral on Thursday at 10am, Holy Innocents Church, 3455 W. Bangs Ave, Neptune NJ. Interment in Mt Olivet Cemetery, Middletown. Jim requested donations to Holy Innocents Church- St. Vincent DePaul Society.
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Anthony I’ll be at the mass on Thursday definitely not sure about Wednesday though could I be Eucharistic minister on Thursday

Unless something changes, I hope to be there both at the wake and the funeral Mass.

We don’t have a caregiver Wednesday nite. We will be at the Mass on Thursday .

Unable to attend the funeral Mass because I had to celebrate a funeral Mass of a parishioner in SEAS but hopefully many people attended.

So very sorry, RIP

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Holy Innocents Church would like to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. God bless you!

Holy Innocents Christmas Card 2018.mp4
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