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Picture of the Schedule for Inclusive Family Masses.Very often, individuals who have developmental, intellectual and/or other disabilities and those who love them do not feel comfortable attending their local parish liturgy, although they ARE very welcome. Inclusive Family Masses address this concern and invites them in particular to come and enjoy celebrating the Eucharist with other members of the surrounding community. All are welcome.   Click here for Inclusive Family Mass Schedule
 

Nurturing A Life of Faith with Individuals Who Have Autism.  Some Suggestions for Congregations and Parents, and Attending Mass Picture Schedule. A Gift Collection for Global Autism Summit 3 May 2021.  Anne Masters, Ph.D., FAAIDD, Office for Pastoral Ministry with Persons with Disabilities Archdiocese of Newark

 

 

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Easter April 4 2021 at 1:30 PM St. John the Evangelist Church 29 North Washington Avenue, Bergenfield NJ 07621  201-384-3601

Everyone is welcome to Inclusive Family Masses, which are adapted for individuals with disabilities, their families and friends.  Very often individuals or families living with developmental, intellectual and/or other disabilities do not feel welcome attending their local parish liturgy, although they are very welcome. So these are the people and families, in particular, that we are inviting to attend, to celebrate the Eucharist with other members of the surrounding community.

Due to safe distancing protocals, CLICK HERE TO RESERVE your seat. 

QUESTIONS
Contact Rosemarie Flood 201-384-3601 www.roflood@yahoo.com   OR
Anne Masters at 973-497-4309 masteran@rcan.org

Sponsored by St. John the Evangelist Church and the office for Pastoral Ministry with Persons with Disabilities for the Archdiocese of Newark.  

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Image of the First Station of the Cross, Jesus standing in front of Pilate, surrounded by soldiers.

Meditations Based on the Experiences of Individuals and Families Living with Disabilities 
con Meditaciones basadas en las experiencias de Individuos y familias que viven con necesidades especiales
Hosted by:
And A Child Shall Lead Us, a group for mothers of individuals with disabilities, St. John the Evangelist Church, Bergenfield and The Office for Pastoral Ministry with Persons with Disabilities, the Archdiocese of Newark

When: Mar 24, 2021 08:00 PM 

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The groups for moms and dads of individuals with disabilities are meeting virtually now.

For more information on:
the moms' group, And A Child Shall Lead Us, contact Anne Masters at Anne.Masters@rcan.org or 973-497-4309
the dads' group, contact Deacon Jim Detura at jdeturarph@aol.com.

Inclusive Family Mass Schedule 2020-2021   Updated schedule!

 

Christmas Eve Mass at Church of the Nativity in Midland Park

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Flyer showing empty stable with straw on ground.  Says Church of the Nativity in Midland Park is celebrating a Catholic Mass particularly geared for individuals and families living with disabilities on Thursday 24th Christmas Eve 5:30 PM in the Church.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Supported Employment Information Night for Parents and Guardians 

Handouts from Supported Employment Information Night

Event Banner: says Supported Employment Information Night for parents and guardians of teens and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. It has three pictures of different individuals working: in a kitchen loading a tray of food on a rack, mixing food in a kitchen, in a pharmacy make up department, in a bakery.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact Us

Anne Masters, Ph.D., FAAIDD
Pastoral Ministry with Persons with Disabilities
Phone: 973-497-4309       
Anne.Masters@rcan.org

The Archdiocese of Newark
171 Clifton Avenue
P.O. 9500
Newark, NJ  071074

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