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good shepard

In today's Gospel, Mk 6:30-34 we read of the return of the Twelve, who were sent by Jesus to preach repentance, heal the sick, and drive out demons. When they returned to Jesus, he invites them to come away from the crowds and rest. But the crowds continue to mob them. To get away, Jesus and his disciples board a boat and look for a deserted place. But the crowds learn this and arrive ahead of them.

When Jesus looked up and saw “the vast crowd, his heart was moved with pity for them, for they were like sheep without a shepherd.” They were so in need of a shepherd to lead them that they did not want to let Jesus go.

Today, we also need good shepherds. We pray for the government to inspire us to see beyond our self-interest. We pray that corporate leaders will make decisions that help the employees. We want academic leaders to challenge their students to serve the common good. We pray for the media to promote human decency, compassion, rather than promoting obscenity, human trafficking, and greed.  

As followers of Jesus, the Good Shepherd, what kind 0f shepherding are we exercising at home, at school, at work, in our family, in our neighborhood, and in our society? Is it the kind that inspires people to seek us out, or does it leave them yearning for a good leader?

We, who are Jesus’ disciples, have also been sent to share the Gospel with others. Does our commitment to following Jesus as his disciples leaves us feeling tired and overwhelmed? In today’s Gospel, we hear Jesus affirm the importance of times of rest and renewal. Jesus wanted his disciples to come away and spend time alone with him. This is what we look for and find in our life of prayer and in our celebration of the Eucharist. 


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    Attention Men! The Men’s Fellowship, at Resurrection Parish, invites all men of the parish to our bi-monthly meetings on the first and third Wednesday of the month starting at 7:30pm in the Resource Room.  There will be light refreshments.

    We will meet in an informal setting discussing selections from James Campbell’s book “Every Man’s Journey.”All Men of the Parish are invited. If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact Deacon Rich at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 973-714-2952. 

     If you are not sure where Catholicism fits into your life, have questions about the faith, or just need your spiritual life reinvigorated this evening’s informal and confidential discussion may be what you’re looking for.

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    If you are a Catholic who has been away from regular Mass attendance, please know you are most welcome to join us at any of our worship services and parish functions.  Should you like more information about our parish or should you simply want to talk about coming back home, contact our administrator Fr. John Tarantino, or Deacon Ray, Director of Ministries at 973 895-4224. 

  • New Parishioners
    If you are new to Resurrection Parish or have been coming to Mass for a while, we ask that you stop by and speak with Fr. Tarantino,  about becoming part of our parish family. Registration forms can be found in the Narthex; and can be filled out and put in the collection box - or you can download the registration here.

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