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More information All local residents are invited to a Community Stakeholders Meeting at Bingham Hall, Rumson to hear from the Monmouth County/NJ Dept of Transportation Project Team about the issues around REPLACING the OCEANIC BRIDGE. Do the Construction Pictures first, about an hours read with about 40 photos.

The first duty of NMHA and the River Rangers Committee is to the safety and well-being of the children, and recent reports from the NJ DEP on Navesink River pollution and press reports on the stinging jelly fish are the cause of the cancellation of the 2016 program. This did "Give, confirm, and grant" the area we know as Monmouth County to twelve individuals with the requirement that they had to persuade "100 families at the least" to settle in the County. -- Tom Gibson The 2012 sailing season was uneventful and the 2013 season has not happened, and it has been decided that a NEW BOAT must be built as the existing hull is leaking and really difficult to fix.

CONFESSIONS Saturday: to PM Mon.- Fri.: After the AM Mass Eve of First Friday: PM to PM BAPTISMThe Sacrament of Baptism is for children of registered parishioners and takes place every Sunday at PM, except the fourth Sunday of the month when it is part of the 12 Noon Mass. The class is held every month at pm in the High Scheid Meeting Room.

If you are moving from the Parish, please notify the Parish Office MASSES Monday, Friday: & AM Saturday: AM and Vigil Mass PM Sunday: , , , AM, 12 Noon, PM HOLY DAY MASSES Please see the schedule as listed in the MASSES FOR THE WEEK section of the bulletin.

We would also like to he notified if you or someone in your family is unable to attend Mass and needs to receive Holy Communion.

) and low level of sign-ups, NMHA has reluctantly cancelled this June 10 trip. Rik van Hemmen and others will share what is known and offer useful tips to enjoy the Navesink in 2017. - Three articles about the new garvey: Early Thoughts and Planning, Construction Pictures with narrative, and week by week construction Log.

This revitalized beachfront's downtown area, namely Cookman Avenue, is brimming with trendy, specialty restaurants, shops and oddities.

For Monmouth and Ocean County locals, Asbury has quickly become the place to be seen.

NMHA hopes that these problems will be dealt with before the 2017 season. In June 2014 NMHA commemorated the 350th anniversary of the first voyage of English settlers from Gravesend to Monmouth County by organizing the reenactment of that voyage by a replica of an early 17th Century sailing ship - the Enjoy a half day out on the Mariner fishing for fluke and help support Sea Scout Ship Navesink at the same time! Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

The Raritan Riverkeeper has been part of a coalition of agencies and organizations working to restore historical fish migrations in the Raritan Basin since 2008.

) and low level of sign-ups, NMHA has reluctantly cancelled this June 10 trip. Rik van Hemmen and others will share what is known and offer useful tips to enjoy the Navesink in 2017. - Three articles about the new garvey: Early Thoughts and Planning, Construction Pictures with narrative, and week by week construction Log.

This revitalized beachfront's downtown area, namely Cookman Avenue, is brimming with trendy, specialty restaurants, shops and oddities.

For Monmouth and Ocean County locals, Asbury has quickly become the place to be seen.

NMHA hopes that these problems will be dealt with before the 2017 season. In June 2014 NMHA commemorated the 350th anniversary of the first voyage of English settlers from Gravesend to Monmouth County by organizing the reenactment of that voyage by a replica of an early 17th Century sailing ship - the Enjoy a half day out on the Mariner fishing for fluke and help support Sea Scout Ship Navesink at the same time! Discussions over designs will commence and you can visit this space for announcements.

The Raritan Riverkeeper has been part of a coalition of agencies and organizations working to restore historical fish migrations in the Raritan Basin since 2008.

Please contact the Parish Office for an appointment.