Christ The Redeemer - Roman Catholic Church, 98 South 2nd Ave., P.O. Box 924, Manville, NJ 08835 Phone: 908-725-0072
About Us
PARISH MISSION
To be a community of love, a family, that joyfully proclaims and bears witness to the Gospel, and that serves the poor and one another.

PARISH VISION
Christ the Redeemer Parish in Manville, N.J., is one in faith, mission, and spirit. We are home to a diverse, yet tightly knit, Catholic community, including a special apostolate for area Catholics of Polish descent. Following the example of Christ the Redeemer, we welcome everyone who seeks love, comfort and healing especially the poor, sick, lonely, and needy in our area.

Nourished by the Holy Eucharist and the Word of God, we foster Catholic education and formation through parish religious education programs.

In the spirit of the New Evangelization, we honor the rich traditions and unique histories that have brought us together, reaching out to our brothers and sisters with renewed structure, methods, expression, and dialogue.

Certain that all we have is from God, we embrace the values of Catholic Stewardship and encourage the ongoing exchanges of God’s gifts and talents to ensure a healthy, strong, multi-faceted, and fiscally thriving community.

Above all, we serve as one body, in Jesus Christ the Redeemer, through the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary and guided by the Holy Spirit.

CLERGY:

Rev. Stanisław "Stan" Słaby, C.Ss.R. - Pastor and Superior of the Redemptorist Community
Rev. Wojciech "Wojtek" Kusek, C.Ss.R.  - Associate Pastor
Rev. Marcin Zubik, C.Ss.R. - Associate Pastor
Deacon Thomas "Tom" Giacobbe
Deacon William "Bill" Stefany

PARISH STAFF:
Ann Straszewski - Parish Secretary
Maribeth Thomaszfski -  Cemetery Manager
Charlotte Snow - Religious Education Director
Karen Koloski – CTK School Building Manager
Brett Wood – Parish Secretary Assistant

PARISH MEMBERSHIP
Every Catholic family/person is required to be registered. Registered Catholics of the former Sacred Heart and Christ the King Parishes are automatically reregistered into Christ the Redeemer Parish. Children who were registered with their parents are asked to register on their own after reaching age of 18 or after fin¬ishing their college education. Please note that testimonial letters in connection with sponsorship for the Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and Matrimony, recommendations for Catholic schools or character references are only given to registered parishioners. The use of envelopes is the present system of deter¬mining if you are attending Mass regularly. Please use them. For more information on how to register at Christ the Redeemer Parish please call parish office at 908-725-0072.

A record of your contributions for the year is available upon request for Income Tax purposes. Every working member of Sacred Heart Parish is expected to contribute to the support of our church. Please register when you move into the parish and notify us as soon as possible when leaving or changing your address.

PARISH ORGANIZATIONS:



MASS AND DEVOTIONS

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SATURDAY EVENING:
CTK 4:30 pm English
SH 6:00 pm English
SUNDAY:
SH 7:00 am Polish
CTK 8:30 am English
SH 8:30 am English
SH 10:00 am English
CTK 10:30 am English
SH 11:30 am Polish
HOLY DAYS ANTICIPATED EVENING MASS:
SH 6:00 pm English
HOLY DAYS:
CTK 7:00 am English
SH 11:00 am English
CTK 6:00 pm English
SH 7:00 pm Polish
WEEKDAY MASSES:
CTK 7:00 am M - F English
SH 8:00 am M,T,Th,S Polish
SH 11:00 am M,T,Th,S English
SH 7:00 pm W,F Polish
NOVENA TO OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL HELP:
SH 11:00 am Tuesday English
SH 7:00 pm Wednesday Polish
CONFESSION:
SH 6:30-7:00pm Wednesday & Friday
SH 11:30-12:30pm Saturday
4:45-5:45 pm  Saturday
CTK 3:30-4:15 pm Saturday


*SH Sacred Heart Church
98 South 2nd Ave.
Manville, NJ
*CTK Christ the King Church
211 Louis Street
Manville, NJ 08835







COMING UP



PRAYER INTENTIONS OF THE HOLY FATHER ENTRUSTED TO THE APOSTLESHIP OF PRAYER FOR THE YEAR 2017

APRIL

Young People. 
That young people may respond generously to their vocations and seriously consider offering themselves to God in the priesthood or consecrated life.


FROM THE PASTOR’S DESK

HAPPY EASTER dear Friends!
With our celebration of Easter, we proclaim “Christ is risen,” and call each other and the world to renew our hope. That call to hope is actually a very daring invitation. Who are we, then, to proclaim hope? How do we dare to say that there is a reason for hope? Our response is simple, and our conviction is firm. We have come to know Jesus, the Risen Christ. We have come to know Jesus in his word and in his sacraments. We have known him in each other, in the faces of those whom we love and in the faces of the poor and marginalized. Our knowledge of him has brought us before his cross on which he destroyed sin and death. Our knowledge of him has brought us to stand before him as the Risen One who breathes the new life of the Spirit into those who believe in him.
We dare to hope, because the eternal Word of God dared to take our flesh and passed through death to new and glorious life. He opened the way for us to embrace eternal life. And so we dare to hope and, even more, dare to share that hope with a wounded struggling world.
Let us continue to grow in love for the Lord every day and pray for one another as we together journey to an ever deeper faith and reawaken faith in those whose faith is in slumber.  May our faith and confidence in the Risen Christ will bless this world with the renewed hope that it desperately needs.
In the Risen Lord Jesus,





Our God is a God of justice, but also a God of mercy. Through the blood of Jesus, God's mercy is available to us now. It is up to us to decide to accept it. We don't want to be camping out in "Sin Forest" when judgment time comes.

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last updated: 06.28.2015