Pastoral Care/Community Service
"The King will reply, 'Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.'
Grief Support Ministry
The Grief Support Ministry is designed to assist people in their time of need following the loss of a loved one. Gain valuable information about facing your new normal in life and renewing your hope for the future. It is a very personalized ministry to help people transition to life without their loved one. Support Groups meet for 7 weeks in the Fall & Spring. If interested, contact Julia Rutherford at 856-845-1846; Tasha Amendt at 856-848-3942; Lorraine Woodring at LWoodring@yahoo.com .
Life & Justice
Holy Angels Life and Justice coordinating team stimulates parish awareness of Catholic Social Teaching and promotes action in areas of human life and personal dignity.
Meeting Times: The 4th Monday of January, April, July & October in the Parish Center Classroom at 7:00pm
Mission/Description: The purpose of the coordinating team is to be an aid to the parish in keeping before our eyes the six principles of Catholic Social Justice: Human Dignity and Pro Life, God's Preferential Option for the Poor, God's Peaceable Kingdom, Service and Compassion, Global Solidarity, and Community.
The work of Social Justice encompasses Pro Life issues as well as a wide range of other social justice issues listed in the six points above. The demands of Social Justice out strip the capacity of the members in the ministry. New members are always welcome.
If interested contact, Jerry Washko at 856-845-6944 or email@example.com or Anne Connor at 856-845-4182 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Ministry to the Sick
Ministry to the sick and homebound is one of greatest importance here at Holy Angels Parish. It is a ministry based on the peace of Christ in all its dimensions. Every week and Sunday's, a team of ministers brings Eucharist to those who are unable to come to Church. They go to individual homes and to area nursing homes and hospital. If interested, contact Colleen Parcells email@example.com (856) 845-0123.
St. Vincent de Paul
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is an international organization of Catholic lay men and women. It was founded in 1833 by Frederic Ozanam in Paris, France. The Society’s structure was shaped by its founder, (Frederic Ozanam) and guided by the patronage of St Vincent de Paul. (Father of the Poor & Apostle of Charity).
Joining the Society of St. Vincent DePaul leads you on a journey towards holiness because being a Vincentian is a vocation-a calling to serve God and his poor. It is an opportunity to put faith into action in a practical way, and in a spiritual context. The primary call of the Vincentian life is to see Christ in those we serve. We grow in holiness and friendship by providing spiritual and material assistance to our neighbors in need
In addition to helping needy families on a case by case basis, St. Vincent de Paul, coordinates Thanksgiving Baskets and the Gift Tag Project at Christmas.
St. Vincent de Paul Society meets every second Tuesday of the month except for July and August. For questions or more information contact, Susan Sherrer at 856-848-7744.