Saint Joseph Roman Catholic
216 Comly Rd. Lincoln Park, NJ
Parish Office: 973-696-4411
Religious Ed: 973-694-8289
Youth Ministry Hotline: 973-694-5844
Our Mission Statement
We, the Eucharistic community of the Lord at
Saint Josephís and members of the Body of Christ, are varied in background,
culture, age and economic class. We are a welcoming parish consisting of
longtime Catholics, new and returning Catholics and the young, all seeking
knowledge of our faith, its teachings and traditions. We are a faith
community empowered by the Holy Spirit and dedicated to helping others. We
are committed to celebrate the sacramental life of the church; to listen,
proclaim, practice, teach and evangelize the word of God; to minister to
each other, the poor and those in need.
Our Parish Vision
Because of our mission,
because we are disciples of Jesus, we have embraced Stewardship. We
recognize that we have been called to be the Lordís stewards. We
have been anointed by Christ to use His gifts of time, talent, and treasure,
to care for the poor, to help those in need, to preach the gospel, to
celebrate the sacraments, to make Christ present in the world, and to make
this world Godís kingdom. Stewardship not only is a vision of what we are
called to be, but it is also the way to fulfill that call. Just as Peter,
James, and all the disciples heard the call of Christ and followed Him, let
us too answer Christís call to be His stewards.
We Invite you to Celebrate the Eucharist
Saturday Eve: 5:30 PM
Sunday: 8:00 AM, 10:00AM, 12 Noon
(followed by Novena to Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal)
Tuesday-Friday: 8 AM
Holy Days: To be announced from the pulpit
Fr. Philip LeBeau Pastor
Rev. Aleksander Bialas In
Sr. Ellen Byrnes, F.S.P. Dir. of Religious Education
Mr. Stephen Marabeti Deacon
Mr. Joseph Parlapiano
Ms. JoAnn Caputo Administrative Assistant
Ms. Denise Dixon
Sr. Carlita Vollmer, F.S.P.
Jennifer & Kenneth Shirkey
family invites all of its members to participate fully in our spiritual and
social life. Every family moving into our parish is requested to register.
Please contact the parish office for the form. If you are going to move to
another parish or change your address, please notify the parish office.
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday 4:30 - 5 PM and by appointment.
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