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Thursday, February 23, 2017

PICTURES FROM TEAM SEND-OFF FOR TRENTON 125

Father Jerome Guld is presented a Love Vest with artwork by John Capuano.
The theme of Trenton 125 is "Please Come Up, The Door is Open."




The Team: John Capuano, Bob Burke, Michael Ivanko, Deacon Tony Martucci, Al Martella, Rick Klarmann, Father Jay Bowden and Father Jerome Guld.


Sunday, February 19, 2017

A NOTE FROM MARY ANN DOWD, FORMER LAY DIRECTOR

Beloved Cursillistas,

Our God is an awesome God and our prayer warriors are awesome as well.  Thank you for all of your prayers and thanks be to God for a wonderful healing Mass last Sunday; after which the Dr. called to say that a very serious condition which was present on my first MRI had virtually disappeared from the second MRI!!!  

Please take advantage of this wonderful healing Mass which is offered every 2nd Sunday of the Month at Holy Family Church in Lakewood at 2 p.m.  There are prayers for healing as well as annointing from Fr. Andres (a Cursillista) and several relics to bless those who come for healing prayer.  This is also your Sunday Mass and many faithful Divine Mercy Prayer warriors have been faithful to do this each month for many years.  Our Lord provides for all that we need. Spread the word. 

forever DeColores!
mary ann xo

Thursday, February 16, 2017

DON'T GIVE UP YOUR PRAYERS by DEACON ROBERT VLCEJ

"Prayer works...I don’t know why or how, I just know that it works.  If you believe you have never witnessed or  seen a miracle come see me, talk to me.  Last year I really thought and wished my life was over, do to so much pain, so much suffering.  So many people here at Saint Jane Frances deChantel  in Maryland were praying for me.  it was almost unbelievable.  Somehow I got through life saving surgery that probably would not have been successful except through their prayers. 

 This year I remembered my Cursillo family in New Jersey and asked for prayers for the the life threatening surgery I was facing.  Thank you.  I know we don’t thank each other for prayers but there are times when life dictates a thank you is necessary.  The surgery went well, and even though I couldn’t keep a follow up appointment with with the surgeon in Annapolis, the surgeon followed up  by coming to my house ON SUNDAY to remove the bandages and examine his work.  The surgery went well and I am doing well.  Again thank you.  We should always keep each other in prayer because we just never know what someone else may be facing and somehow, our prayers may just smooth out the bumpy road someone else may be traveling.  Don’t give up your prayers." Deacon Robert, Trenton 49.   

Note: Deacon Robert and his wife, Kathy (who passed away in 2013) are loved members of the Trenton Cursillo.  For many years, they were very involved with Trenton Cursillo until they moved to Maryland.