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Parish Mission: Empowered by God’s Holy Spirit, we proclaim to all the Good News of Jesus through word, worship, witness, community and service. Parish Vision:  Praising God and serving His people.

Parish Mission: Empowered by God’s Holy Spirit, we proclaim to all the Good News of Jesus through word, worship, witness, community and service. Parish Vision: Praising God and serving His people.


Parish Mission: Empowered by God’s Holy Spirit, we proclaim to all the Good News of Jesus through word, worship, witness, community and service. Parish Vision:  Praising God and serving His people.


Parish Mission: Empowered by God’s Holy Spirit, we proclaim to all the Good News of Jesus through word, worship, witness, community and service. Parish Vision: Praising God and serving His people.

Parish Mission: Empowered by God’s Holy Spirit, we proclaim to all the Good News of Jesus through word, worship, witness, community and service. Parish Vision:  Praising God and serving His people.


Parish Mission: Empowered by God’s Holy Spirit, we proclaim to all the Good News of Jesus through word, worship, witness, community and service. Parish Vision: Praising God and serving His people.


Parish Mission: Empowered by God’s Holy Spirit, we proclaim to all the Good News of Jesus through word, worship, witness, community and service. Parish Vision: Praising God and serving His people.

Parish Mission: Empowered by God’s Holy Spirit, we proclaim to all the Good News of Jesus through word, worship, witness, community and service. Parish Vision: Praising God and serving His people.


Parish Mission: Empowered by God’s Holy Spirit, we proclaim to all the Good News of Jesus through word, worship, witness, community and service. Parish Vision: Praising God and serving His people.
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General News & Events

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Donations Needed-Recreating Can-gineering Project

Donations Needed-Recreating Can-gineering Project

  HNJ Catholic School has been invited to re-create their elementary "Can-gineering" project at the National Catholic Educators Association Annual Conference, Apr 9-11, in Orlando. It was with the help of HNJ parishioners and School families that canned goods were purchased to create the designed chalice for the project of our intermediate/middle school students. We, again, need to ask for monetary donations to purchase the canned food items, all of which will be donated to...

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Lenten Fish Dinners

Lenten Fish Dinners

The Knights of Columbus will have two fish dinners during Lent this year: Please join us on Mar 13 & 27 at 4:30 pm in the Life Center Hall. Tickets go on sale Sat/Sun, Feb 28 & Mar 1, after all Masses in the Atrium and during the week at the Life Center Office.

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Helping the Persecuted Christians in the Middle East

Many of you have been asking for information regarding the Papal association that Fr. Jeremiah spoke of during his homily on Sun, Feb 22, that helps persecuted Christians in the Middle East. The website is www.cnewa.org and it is called the Catholic Near East Welfare Association. Also, Catholic Relief Service's good work in the Middle East can be found here: http://www.crs.org/middle-east/ 

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St. Patrick's Day Celebration

St. Patrick's Day Celebration

  Please join us on Tues, Mar 17, for a traditional Irish dinner in the Life Center Hall. Featuring a traditional Irish dinner, "cash" raffle prizes, Irish coffee, a beer & wine station and festive entertainment. Doors will open at 5:15 pm and dinner will be served at 6:00 pm. Cost: $18 per person. Tickets can be purchased in the Atrium on Mar 1, 8 & 15 after the 8:45, 10:30 am and 12:15 pm Masses and in the Life Center Office on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 am-2:00...

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Lenten Environment

Lenten Environment

  As we enter this penitential season, we notice the worship environment becoming more stark and bare as we contemplate our own participation in the Lord's sacrifice. The lushness of green fades to the somber penitence of purple; the Gloria and Alleluia fall silent; and, as we approach that week called Holy and Sacred Triduum of the Lord's Passion, the sacred images in the church are veiled from sight. All of this to focus our spiritual vision upon Christ Crucified and Risen...

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HNJ Job Opportunities

HNJ Job Opportunities

HNJ has two janitorial positions to fill. Shifts available: 1) Mon-Fri, 4:00-9:00 pm; 2) Sat, Sun, Mon, 8:00 am-4:00 pm. Looking for persons with excellent cleaning skills and attention to detail. Light lifting required. Extensive background check DFWF. No phone calls. Please visit the Life Center Office and complete an application.

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Our Lenten Journey - 2015

General Lenten Activities Ash Wednesday - Feb 18:  Masses at 7:00 & 8:30 am, 5:30 pm (Ashes distributed at all Masses); Services with Ashes at 12:15 & 7:00 pm Daily Mass – 7:00 & 8:30 am Weekend Masses – 4:30 pm Vigil, 7:15, 8:45, 10:30 am, 12:15 & 5:00 pm A Catholic Response to "End Times" Hysteria facilitated by Fr. Jeremiah – Wednesday evenings at 6:00 pm (Feb 25-Mar 25) in the Life Center Hall First Friday Mass and Breakfast – Mar 6 Christ...

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Join us for Bingo!

Join us for Bingo!

Bingo is now officially in full swing. Please join us on Wednesdays in the Athletic Center! Doors open at 4:30 pm for refreshments and Bingo starts at 6:00 pm.    We welcome all parents, teachers, parishioners and friends to play or to help! All proceeds from BINGO go to the education of school students. Donations of sodas, desserts, etc. are also welcome. Info-Sara Maguire, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots....

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Welcome!

Holy Name of Jesus is located in Indialantic, Florida, serving a thriving and vibrant central space coast, beachside community. We are delighted that you have visited our website and would love for you to visit us in person! As a Catholic Community, one of our steadfast mottos is "All Are Welcome": We try our best to make sure that everyone who walks onto our campus feels they have come to a place which affirms, welcomes and engages all people. Read More Above all, we are a community of love in...

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Evangelization News

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Welcome Back!

Welcome Back!

  Do you know someone who is Catholic, but is no longer attending Mass? Our willingness to reach out to our friends, neighbors and family members is a great way to heed the call of Pope Francis to take our Faith beyond the walls of the parish.  Beginning Tues Feb 17, at 7:00 pm in Rm. 3, we will begin our latest 4-week series assisting Inactive Catholics to consider returning to the Faith. Info-Bill Gent, x139, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots....

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Christ Renews His Parish Retreat-Register Online!

Christ Renews His Parish Retreat-Register Online!

  Please join us for a renewal weekend experience to remember–a dynamic, spiritual opportunity for adult members of our parish, age 21 and over, to renew and experience a deeper relationship with our Savior, Jesus Christ. Countless members of our community have benefited from this weekend. Come, step away from your routine and learn what God has planned for you. Now is your time to say, "Here I am, Lord, choose me." Women's Retreat: Sat & Sun, Mar 7-8. Info-Leslie Green,...

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Discernment Ministry

  Every person wrestles with choice – and daily! Are we making fruitful choices that benefit ourselves as well as others? Is our decision making process accompanied by a sense of freedom and the assurance that we are being faithful to God? How can I determine God's gifts to me? How can I give them back in service to others? If you are seeking assistance in discovering a path of spiritual growth and a greater awareness of your own unique giftedness, contact Bill Gent, x139...

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Evangelization Ministry

Evangelization Ministry

At HNJ, we are committed to what Pope John Paul II has called the "new evangelization" -- being living witness to others, with the courage and passion to share your faith in Christ. Our Evangelization Ministry includes: Baptisms, Parish Missions, Welcome Back Catholics, R.C.I.A (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults), Women of Faith, HNJ Men's Group, Christ Renews His Parish Retreats, Prison Ministry and the Book & Gift Shop.

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Pastoral Care News

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Ministry to the Sick

  Ministry to the Sick is a pastoral ministry of visiting, praying and bringing the Eucharist to those people who are hospitalized, in nursing homes/rehab facilities or confined to private homes. Hospital: Our priests or HNJ Ministers to the Sick (MTS) are at Holmes Regional Medical Center (HRMC) 7 days a week to share Holy Communion and pray with you. If you are going to be in the hospital for 24 hours or more, contact the Life Center Office, 773-2783, x210. Home Bound or...

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Pastoral Care Ministry

Pastoral Care Ministry

The Pastoral Care Ministries include: Ministry to the Sick, Bereavement Ministry and Spiritual Companion's, offer spiritual support for the sick, bereaved and those seeking an intimate relationship with God.  Info-Melissa McKenna, 321-773-2783, x112, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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Faith Formation News

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Save the Date-Vacation Bible School

Save the Date-Vacation Bible School

  "EVEREST"-Conquering Challenges with God's Mighty Power! Vacation Bible School is scheduled for June 15-19, 2015 8:30 am- 12:00 Noon. Children ages 4-12 are invited to an exciting week of Bible stories, lively music, prayer, crafts, delicious treats, Bible games & more!

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Left Behind or Firmly Rooted? –A Catholic Response to "End Times" Hysteria

  This Lenten series, facilitated by Fr. Jeremiah, begins Wed, Feb 25, at 6:00 pm in the Life Center Hall (and continues every Wednesday thru Mar 25). No doubt, you have seen advertisements for the latest "Left Behind" movie, or read bumper stickers claiming "In case of rapture, this car will be unmanned". Perhaps, flipping channels, you've heard televangelists and self-proclaimed prophets preaching about the "tribulation" and the "imminent Second Coming of Christ," or an...

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Mystagogy Series

Mystagogy Series

 Please join us every 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7:00 pm in Rm. 101.  Our next session on Tues, Mar 10, will focus on "The Spirituality of the Desert". The Judaeo-Christian tradition has deep roots in the deserts of the Holy Land and Egypt. Our special Lenten edition of the Monthly Mystagogy program for March focuses on the traditions of desert spirituality from the Old and New Testaments, through the Desert Fathers of 4th century Egypt, and right up to such modern proponents...

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Scripture Study-The New Testament Letter of 2 Timothy

Scripture Study-The New Testament Letter of 2 Timothy

  The New Testament Letter of 2 Timothy:  Many believe this is the Apostle Paul's Last Letter before he was martyred in the city of Rome. If you were writing a parting letter to those you deeply cared for, what would you write? This very personal letter gives us great insight into the life of this Great Apostle, but also teaches us much about how to view our lives in light of eternity. Upcoming topics: How important is the Ministry of Encouragement in your experience...

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Young Adult Ministry

Young Adult Ministry

Meets Fridays at 7:00 pm in Rm. 101.  Info-Josh Thompson, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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Parish & Family Life News

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Retreat at Sea with Fr. Jeremiah

Retreat at Sea with Fr. Jeremiah

Join us for a 4-night Bahamas spiritual renewal cruise on Jun 22-26, departing from Port Canaveral on Royal Carribbean's Enchantment of the Seas. Enjoy Daily Mass and discussions with our own Father Jeremiah. In honor of Father's Day, we will also have book discussions on the "Fathers Know Best Book" recommended by Father Jeremiah on the Early Church Fathers. Itinerary: Day 1-Port Canaveral, Florida; Day 2-Coco Cay, Bahamas, Day 3-Nassau, Bahamas, Day 4-At Sea, Day 5-Port Canaveral,...

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Make Your Own Pysanky

Make Your Own Pysanky

Please join us on Wed, Mar 18, from 9:00 am-12 Noon in the Community Room. Leslie Curry will lead a workshop on the Ukranian and Polish Lenten tradition of dying an Easter Egg. This meditative art form uses wax and dyes to create intricate patterns on an egg. A donation of $20 is asked to cover the cost of equipment and dyes (eggs will not be eatable). Anyone interested in learning, please call Leslie at 223-2669 even if the above day and time does not work for your schedule.

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Is Parenting Always This Challenging?

Is Parenting Always This Challenging?

  Come and join other parents as we discuss raising our children from ages Pre-K thru High School.   Every problem is an opportunity to use proven strategies to improve your relationship with your child and cultivate peace in your home. Upcoming topics: 11 Questions That Will Make Your Child Happier! Using Consequences to Maintain your Parental Authority! Info-Bill Gent, x139, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript...

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HNJ Child Care–Treasure of the Son

HNJ Child Care–Treasure of the Son

  Now open Monday – Friday from 8:00 AM – Noon. Bring your little ones, aged 1-3! Only $20 per day. Info- This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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Service & Outreach News

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Did You Know?

HNJ Medical Closet is a service for those in need of various devices to help you heal, i.e, walkers, crutches, canes, wheelchairs, shower seats, etc. If you would like to check-out something out please visit the Life Center Office or contact Carol Harrison, x123 or Marissa Chasin, x196. As always, we are always excepting donations. Please deliver to the Life Center Office. Local Shelters are in Need During the recent cold weather, local cold-night shelters and the non-profits who help the...

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St. Vincent De Paul Society News

St. Vincent De Paul Society News

Have you got the blues? We used to have them, but no more! When we kicked off the Fill the Need program, we began with 1,000 SVdP blue bags. We recently had to purchase another 250 blue bags because hundreds of the bags are out of circulation. We don't think they are really lost or gone for good, just sitting idle somewhere waiting to be filled and returned. If you run across one, could you please return it? Preferably with some food in it, but we'll take an empty one, too. We'd...

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Service & Outreach

Service & Outreach

  Our goal is to work with internal and external ministries known as non-profit organizations. This is done in a variety of ways, addressing the needs of people, those needing assistance, counseling, support groups and reaching into a person's heart who may be crying out for help. We welcome those who would like to become involved in any of the ministries which fall within the scope of Service and Outreach. Info-Carol Harrison, 321-773-2783, x123, This e-mail address is being...

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Worship News

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Teaching Mass

Teaching Mass

  Have you ever wondered why we do what we do at Mass? Come join us on Wednesday, April 15 at 6:00-7:30 pm in the Church as we explore the origins and meaning of the timeless rituals of the Mass. Our celebrant is Fr. Jeremiah Payne. If you need childcare please RSVP to Holly at 585-297-3509.

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Linen Care Team Volunteers Needed

We need help with laundering corporals and purificators once a month. Info-Peggy Smith, x141, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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Come Visit Our Lord

Come Visit Our Lord


Bring your own prayer book(s), use the books in the Chapel, read the Bible, pray the Rosary, or just sit and relax and enjoy the sweet peace that comes from simply being in the Presence of God.
  If you feel you can't pray well, please don't let this discourage you. The mere fact that you have a specific time each week to spend an hour with Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament pleases Him very much and is in itself a prayer of great faith. Please remember...

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Liturgical and Music Ministry

Liturgical and Music Ministry

The worship of God is our primary expression as a community of faith. Our liturgy is the only activity which embraces every single parishioner of HNJ. The liturgy is not only the starting point of the Christian life, as the source of our strength and the basis of our encounter with God, but is also the end-point of our Christian life, as a foretaste of the heavenly banquet where we will be united as One with God, forever and ever.   At HNJ, we recognize that, as St. Augustine...

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Priests & Deacons

Parochial Administrator: 
Fr. Tony Welle frtony@hnj.org

Parochial Vicar: 
Fr. Jeremiah Payne  jpayne@hnj.org

Pastor Emeritus: 
Msgr. David Page  rrpadrepage@gmail.com

Deacon John Farrell jefarrell@cfl.rr.com 

Deacon Joe Gassman  jgassman@hnj.org

Deacon Vince Trunzo  vtrunzo@cfl.rr.com 

Deacon Bary Schliesmann  barry@schliesmann.com

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Mass Schedule

Saturday Mass: 8:30 am 

Saturday Vigil Mass: 4:30 pm

Sunday: 7:15, 8:45, 10:30 am, 12:15, 5:00 pm

Children's Liturgy of the Word:  8:45 am Mass

Child care available: 8:45 & 10:30 am


Daily Mass: 7:00 & 8:30 am

Sacrament of Reconciliation (Penance) Saturday:  3:15-4:15 pm and by appointment

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Liturgy of the Hours:  Morning Prayer (Lauds) Monday-Friday, 7:45 am; Evening Prayer (Vespers) Monday-Friday, 6:00 pm

Rosary: Monday-Saturday after the 8:30 am Mass

Mass Celebrant Schedule

 

Continuous Family Updates