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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
    • MonFri: 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

    • Mon. to Fri.. from 8:30am to 5pm
    • Saturday 9am to 5pm 

    Edith Altenburger                
    Kevin Bearese            
    Baby Oscar Beckman        
    Paul Boniface      
    Gaetano Caccavale           
    JoAnne Catlin       
    Michael Fitzpatrick, Sr.       
    Joseph Hammond     
    George Hlavin     
    Nicholas Hayward              
    Bob Koeppel       
    Danielle Kneringer       
    Elvin Lister                           
    Maria Lisdad
    Joseph Maher                     
    Cara McGloin              
    Chris Morello       
    Peggy Spreen     
    Fred Weber         
    Terry Wickham    
    Pat & Phil Zito

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    Amen, I say to you, whatever you did for one of the these least brothers of mine, you did for me.


  • Stations with the knights

    The Knights of Columbus encourage parishioners to join us for our regular Mass and  Stations of the Cross this coming Friday at 7:00 pm in the Chapel. Following Mass and Stations  we will go over to the Fr Ryan Room in the Church for some light refreshments.

  • News

    • The fourth Sunday of Lent is known as Laetare Sunday which means “Rejoice” in anticipation of Easter. Parents that are expecting a child either biologically or through adoption will receive a special blessing and be given a rose at each Mass.
    • Hello. My name is Erin Carr, I am the new Youth Minister at Our Lady of the Magnificat Church. I am from Vernon Township, NJ. My parents are Michael and Maureen Carr and I have three brothers Brendan, Patrick and Ryan, as well as a very large extended family. I enjoy all sports, especially baseball and football. I am Roman Catholic and absolutely love my faith. I attend St. Francis De Sales Church in Vernon. At St. Francis I am involved in many things, from being an Antioch Adult leader, Adult leader for the youth music ministry, Youth group leader, and Religious Education aide for grades 1st to 8th. I am very excited to begin this new journey and I am eager to bring innovative ideas, activities, mission trips and more to the OLM youth program. I am committed to making a difference in people's lives and that is one of my many hopes and dreams as I step into the role of Youth Minister. I hope to convey three things into the youth of OLM…Faith, Hope and Love. Lastly, I work full time with the New Jersey Jackals Professional Baseball team at Montclair State University as a Sales Associate. I look forward to meeting all of you!
    • Cards have been sent in the mail for those who did not get them in Church. Complete the card and bring it to Mass and either put them in the collection basket or give them to an usher or priest
    • If you forget your regular envelope, there should be white envelopes for that purpose in the pews. If not, just ask one of the priests for an envelope.
    • Fourth Week of Lent - Encounter Community. We encounter Maria in Mexico, where a community of hardworking women share joys, sorrows and fellowship while growing economic opportunity at a greenhouse. How have your communities helped you encounter Christ anew this lent? Visit crsricebowl.org for more.
    • March 25-26 is 4-Get Me Not Weekend. Since the Lenten fast reminds us of the importance of food, we are encouraged to give generously to our brothers and sisters who often have no choice about fasting and depend on our donations of non perishable food to feed their families.
    • Go raibh maith agat! In Ireland that means thank you. The teens of R.I.S.E. would like to thank you for supporting them and the Irish Soda Bread sale. It was a huge success, raising over $2000 for this summer's mission trip. Our goal is in sight due to the generosity of the OLM parishioners and the Kinnelon community.
    • Palm Crosses will be on sale in the narthex of the Church for $10. The entire proceeds go to St. John’s Cathedral in Paterson.
    • Thank you to all parishioners who have completed and submitted their Commitment Card to the church. For those parishioners who have not yet had the opportunity to submit their card, a letter will be mailed to you with a personalized Commitment Card. It is important that all parishioners complete a Commitment Card as we will be mailing out a Summary Report of the program and need all commitments accounted for in this report. If you have any questions, please contact George in the church office. We also encourage all parishioners to consider our electronic giving method and to setup your reoccurring offertory gifts electronically.
    • Msgr. Carroll and his sister will be in Florida visiting their brother and sister in law from 3/21 to 3/28. Fr. Lukasz is in charge.
    • Kinnelon Library, Saturday, April 8th, 10AM-3PM. Please contact John Ramsden to schedule an appointment at 973-519-3992 or email him at jmram595@optonline.net
    • Food Drive – Continued collection for Father English, Passaic Neighborhood Center for Women and our local food pantry. Items are due by class on 4/2 and 4/3. We would also encourage the participation of our 9th and 10th grade confirmation students - items are due at the 4/2 class. Any non-perishables are welcomed! There will be collection bins at the school on 4/2 and 4/3. We are always in need of Shop-Rite, Stop and Shop, Staples and Walmart gift cards. Thank you, so much, for your tremendous generosity and support. The families are thankful and truly appreciative of your gifts. God Bless!
    • Sneaker/Athletic Clothing Drive - please support the Catholic Charities Father English Center! Please consider donating your "like new/gently used" boys, girls, men's and women's athletic shoes/sneakers. The center is in need of all sizes - children to adults. Make sure they are in good condition, rubber band them together and place in a plastic bag. Also, "like new/gently used" athletic branded clothing - t-shirts, shorts, sweatpants, sweatshirts. Please bag clothes separate from the sneakers. The drive is currently underway and items are due by 4/3. There is a box in the rear of the church until 4/2, a box in the school during the 3/26, 3/27, 4/2 and 4/3 CCD classes, a box is also at Kinnelon High School in the lobby until 3/31 and pick up can be arranged by calling 201-486-3236.