Day of Week

St. Elizabeth

St. Brigid

Sunday 8:30, 10:30 AM 7:30, 9:30, 11:30 AM
Monday 9:00 AM
Tuesday 9:00 AM
Wednesday 9:00 AM
Thursday 9:00 AM
Friday 9:00 AM
Saturday 6:30 PM 5:00 PM

 

Confessions

Day of Week St. Elizabeth St. Brigid
Saturday 6 PM 4:30 PM
By request, contact Parish Center

 

Holy Week Schedule 2017

St. Elizabeth Church~ 34 Peapack Rd Far Hills

St. Brigid  Church ~129 Main St. Peapack

Palm Sunday~April 9

Masses:

5:00 PM Vigil, April 8th at St. Brigid Church

6:30 PM Vigil at St. Elizabeth Church

7:30 AM, 9:30 AM, and 11:30 AM at St. Brigid Church

8:30 AM and 10:30 AM at St. Elizabeth Church

Monday~April 10

Daily Mass 9 AM at St. Elizabeth Church

7:30 PM~ Chrism Mass ~Blessing of the Holy Oils

At St. Francis Cathedral, Metuchen

Tuesday~April 11

Daily Mass 9 AM at St. Brigid Church

Wednesday~April 12

Daily Mass 9 AM at St. Elizabeth Church

Holy Thursday~April 13

7:30 PM Solemn Mass of the Lord’s Supper

At St. Brigid Church

Adoration to follow until 10 PM in St. Brigid Church

Good Friday~April 14

3 PM Celebration of the Lord’s Passion

with the distribution of Holy Communion

At St. Elizabeth Church

7 PM Stations of the Cross

At St. Elizabeth Church

Holy Saturday~April 15

7:30 PM Solemn Easter Vigil at St. Brigid Church

Easter Sunday~ April 16

Masses:

St. Elizabeth Church:  8:30 AM and 10:30 AM

St. Brigid Church: 7:30 AM, 9:30 AM, and 11:30 AM

9:30 AM and 11:30 AM Simulcast in St. Patrick Hall 

Guidance on Weather & Mass Attendance    

January 2016

My Dear Brothers and Sisters,

I offer the following guidance for those occasions when weather conditions might present a hazard walking or driving to church for Sunday Mass.

Catholics are not obliged to follow the precept to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation when weather conditions could make roads, sidewalks, and parking lots unsafe.  When judging whether travelling could be dangerous, one should use common sense and always err on the side of caution.

When unable to participate in the celebration of the Eucharist, the faithful still are encouraged to observe the Day of the Lord (Sunday). A practical approach may be to read and reflect on the Gospel of the day and, if living with others, you may discuss ways the Gospel message can be lived out in your own household, the Domestic Church. You may also consider praying together the Responsorial Psalm of the Day.

Through this correspondance, it is my desire that parishioners of the Diocese of Metuchen may better understand their Mass obligation when weather events may lead to adverse travel conditions.

 Sincerely in the Lord,
+Most Rev. Paul G. Bootkoski
  Bishop of Metuchen