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  • Welcome!

    Our Lady of the Magnificat Parish in Kinnelon, NJ in communion with the Bishop of Paterson is rooted in the tradition of the Catholic Church. We seek to deepen our love of God to live and proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit. We aim to nourish our members through prayer, outreach, education and joy-filled worship. We strive to build the Kingdom of God by serving the needs of one another and those of our neighbors.

    We are located at 2 Miller Road in Kinnelon, NJ

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  • Mass Times

    • Saturday: 5:00 PM EnglishEnglishEN Church
    • Sunday: 7:30 AM EnglishEnglishEN Chapel 9:00 AM EnglishEnglishEN Church 11:00 AM EnglishEnglishEN Church
    • Mon - Fri: 8:15 AM EnglishEnglishEN Chapel
    • Saturday: 8:15 AM EnglishEnglishEN Chapel
  • reconciliation Times

    • Saturday: 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM In the Church
  • rectory office hours

    REVISED AS OF JUNE 20 2016
    • Mon. to Thurs. from 8:30am to 5pm
    • Friday 8:30am to 4pm
    • Saturday 9am to 5pm 

    Gaetano Caccavale                   
    Michael Fitzpatrick, Sr.              
    Joseph Hammond             
    Bill Hockkeppel   
    Danielle Kneringer       
    Robert Kaps
    Thomas Link                       
    Elvin Lister
    Joseph Maher                     
    Olive Seward               
    Peggy Spreen                     
    Maribel Tehran
    Terry Wickham              

  • Bishop's Annual Appeal

    “Amen, I say to you, whatever you did for one of the these least brothers of mine, you did for me.”  (Matthew 25:40)


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  • News

    • July marks the beginning of the fiscal year for the parish. Based on our current forecast, we will end the year with a deficit of approximately $12,000 in the collections. Any help you can provide this week to lesson our shortfall would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance for your continuing support.
    • A special thank you to all the volunteers who helped to serve at Eva’s Kitchen on Sunday, June 12: Tom Black, Mary Smith, Barbara McGill-Rudolph, Stefania Masi, and Kenny Mertz. Also, thank you to all the volunteers who cooked the chicken casserole which fed approximately 160 homeless guests at Eva’s.
    • If you have not registered your child or children for Religious Education/CCD for the September 2016 school year need to do so IMMEDIATELY. Please see website for registration forms and fees or call the Rel. Ed. office.
    • We are in need of catechists for the Sunday evening and Monday afternoon Religious Education Program. Sunday evenings meet just two times a month, from 6:30-8:30; and Monday afternoon meetings weekly from 4:30-5:45. Please consider this rewarding ministry. For more information contact Mary at dre@olmchurch.org to discuss further.
    • Please click here for a link to many wonderful photos courtesy of Kathie Davies, Julie Puccia and Jack Galligan.
    • If you have been praying to St. Anthony for something you have lost, please look on the table in the narthex. We have a number of items that have been left behind. If they are not claimed we will put them into the house of hope. Thank you!
    • Last Sunday’s celebration was a very beautiful and moving experience and I want to thank everyone who made it possible. So many of you went out of your way sending notes with heartfelt messages and words of greeting to congratulate me and wish me well and to thank me for being part of this parish. So this is my turn to say ‘thank you’ to all of you for welcoming me and giving me the opportunity at this phase of my life to celebrate with you. A special word of thanks to those who were able to be here to participate, and to those who made the entire day possible. And a very special thanks to the Ladies Guild who saw to it that we were all so well-fed and cared for all day. They did a flawless job of handling a sizable crowd and did it with gracefulness and such good taste. Many visitors who came for the occasion commented to me about the beauty of this church, the quality of the choir and it’s music and the spirituality, joy and prayerfulness of the congregation. We may take these things for granted but they are truly special. So thank you for being an extraordinary parish and inviting me to be part of it. Liturgically, last Sunday was called the 11th Sunday in Ordinary Time, but this was no ordinary celebration. It was truly extraordinary and I still feel the glow…I’ve been on Cloud 9 ever since and I think I’ll stay there.