Welcome to Our Lady of Mount Carmel
Worship Site of St. Anthony of Padua


In memory of Stephen Horvath
A dedicated Holy Name Society member!

Tuesday, May 5 there will be a short viewing (8:30 AM - 9:30 AM) at the Gerity & Chubenko Funeral Home,
411 Amboy Avenue Woodbridge, NJ 07095 - Phone: (732) 634-2818

Tuesday, May 5 there will be a Funeral Mass at 10:30 AM at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel worship site (of St. Anthony of Padua Parish)
285 E. Smith St., Woodbridge, NJ 07095

The Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Veneration Society would like to aid the family of Stephen Horvath with support for raising monies for funeral expenses.
If you'd like to make a donation to help offset funeral arrangements -
Make a cash contribution or
write a check payable to "Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Veneration Society"
(send to St. Anthony of Padua , 436 Port Reading Avenue, Port Reading, NJ 07064-1702) or
call St. Anthony's 732-634-1403
Include with a note that your donation is for the Stephen Horvath Memorial Fund.
All (100%) of monies contributed will be used to offset funeral arrangements and be given directly to the family [Linzi (Horvath) Lee and Nicholas Horvath]

The following message was extracted from the http://www.gofundme.com/s5wd29c website
(note: contributing the the gofundme site incurs a 30% administration fee - so less money goes to the family)
My name is Linzi. My dad, Stephen Horvath, or as many know him, Pista, had a very bad stroke about a month ago and i got the call this morning that he passed away. My mother passed away from cancer 22 years ago within this same week. My dad did everything he could for me and my brother growing up but we always struggled. He was a very great man and loved by many. I would love to give him a proper burial and lay him to rest with his beloved wife but unfortunately i can not afford to do that. I ask that you please find it in your heart to donate so i can finally bring my parents together again. I was in the process of finding a place to live before my dad went into the hospital, considering he was homeless, but everything i have is going towards his memorial service. I hope that with your help i can have a proper funeral. I would like to say thank you in advance to anyone who donates. I very much appreciate it from the bottom of my heart.


Thank you for any financial support you can give! God Bless You!
- The Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Veneration Society.

Hungarian Patron Saints on arch above the Sanctuary: (from left to right)
 St. Stephen - First King of Hungary
 St. Elizabeth of Hungary
 St. Imre (prince) of Hungary
 Bishop St. Gellert
 St. Margaret of Hungary - Domincan 2nd Order
 St. Laszlo (King) of Hungary

267 East Smith Street   Woodbridge, NJ 07095
Phone: (732) 634-1403 Fax: (732) 602-0119
e-mail:olmcwnj@yahoo.com

St. Anthony of Padua & Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Bulletins

Liturgy Schedule(Readers/Altar Servers/Eucharistic Ministers)

Pastor:  Rev. William J. Smith K.C.H.S.
St. Anthony of Padua, Port Reading
Pastor Emeritus:  Rev. Vincent C. Cornejo
Deacon:  Kenneth (Joey) Perlas

Mass Schedules
Saturday 5:30 PM   ~   Sunday 9:30 AM

Holy Days 8:00 AM and 7:30 PM   ~   First Fridays 8:00 AM

Weekdays (Monday, Friday & Saturday) 8:00 AM


Fr. Vincent C. Cornejo has retired
from his post as pastor June 16, 2004

God guide and protect him on all his future journeys!




The Society for the Veneration of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel
The organization is currently under formation -
Designed to offer spiritual and fiscal guidance for those who attend and support the Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Worship Site.

Calendar of Events

Thursday, January 22, 2015   41st Annual March for Life, (Washington DC)
Saturday, March 28, 2015  Spring Kolbász Sale (@ HACC)
April 12, 2015  Atlantic City  Bus Trip - Ceasars
July (TBD), 2015 - Feast Day(formally July 16)  7:30 PM Adoration Hour - followed by light refreshments
July TBD, 2014  Atlantic City  Bus Trip - Ceasars
October 4, 2015 (2:00-3:30 PM) Life Chain - 2015 / Location TBA
October TBD, 201  Atlantic City  Bus Trip - Ceasars
Friday, December 11, 2015  Winter Kolbász Sale (@ HACC)

The Holy Name Society
Currently offered at the St. Anthony of Padua HNS Worship Site.


Congratulations to
Fr. Jonathan David Ceslaus Kalisch, O.P.

Father Jonathan has been assigned to Dartmouth College
 in Hanover, NH;
where he is the Chaplain & Director of Aquinas House
(Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Holy Name)

God Bless his Service!

To Praise ~ To Bless ~ To Preach
Laudare ~ Benedicere ~ Praedicere

 

 The Diocesan Union of Holy Name Societies - (most current)


Middlesex County - Nocturnal Adoration

Every First Friday  8:00 PM

Holy Trinity, 474 Penn St., Perth Amboy, NJ
Map (courtesy 'MassTimes'): Click here
Website:  http://www.holytrinityperthamboy.parishesonline.com/scripts/HostedSites/Org.asp?ID=6210



Holy Family Prayer Community
Ray and Cherie Gumapac
http://www.holyfamilypg.org/ (inactive)



Bingo ($1,000.00)
Every Friday   ~   Games start at 7:30 PM   ~   Doors open at 6:00 PM (refreshments available)
Bingo is held at St. Anthony of Padua Milos Hall
436 Port Reading Ave. Port Reading, NJ 07064



Map / Directions

 Link to Interactive map: (MapQuest Interactive map)

Traveling North on Route 35 (Convery Blvd merged into Amboy Avenue),
once you pass over the NJ Turnpike(Interstate 95) bridge,
make a right at the first light (Albert Street),
then make a left (E. Smith Street), the church will be 100 yards on your left.

Traveling South on Route 35 (Amboy Avenue),
once you pass the intersection with Main Street(County Road 514),
make a left at the second light (Albert Street),
then make another left (E. Smith Street)), the church will be 100 yards on your left.


Brief History
On October 10, 1920, Bishop Walsh established Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church to serve the needs of Hungarian speaking residents of Woodbridge, and in May, 1921 land was purchased on Amboy Avenue, and the dedication of the original church was held on August 7, 1921. During its first years the parish was under the administration of Rev. Bela Smoliga., pastor of Our Lady of Hungary in Perth Amboy. Fr. Hugolin Feisz O.F.M. served as the first pastor from 1927-30. The thirty year tenure of Rev. Vincent Lenyi saw the greatest expansion of the parish. An army barracks was purchased and renovated into a parish hall 1935; the rectory was built in 1936; and in 1957 a home was purchased to serve as a convent. Groundbreaking for the present church took place in 1959, and Bishop George Ahr dedicated the church on June 25, 1960. The old church was converted into a school, which opened in 1961. The Daughters of Divine Charity served the school from its opening until their withdrawal in 1970. Rev. Michael Vincze was installed as pastor on August 28, 1964 and served until 1992. The parish celebrated its 75th anniversary in 1996 during the pastorate of Rev .Vincent Cornejo. Upon his retirement in 2004, the parish was partnered with Our Lady of Peace in Fords, with Msgr. Robert J. Zamorski serving as pastor, and Fr. Jerome K.Kim as Parochial Vicar. The parish now serves a diverse Hungarian, Filipino and Korean congregation. Over the years, the parish has hosted many notable Hungarian visitors, including Prince Otto of Hungary in 1940, Jozsef Cardinal Mindzenty in 1974, and Ladislaus Cardinal Paskai, Archbishop of Esztergom and Primate of Hungary in 1989. In January 2006, Rev. Albert Sunho Kwon was appointed as Parish Administrator, and has recently returned to the Pusan Diocese. Effective October 2007, Father William Smith had become the pastor of the parish. Our close friends, the Korean community, has now relocated to the South Edison/Highland Park area.
Effective July 1, 2012 with the Diocesan renewal/restructuring, the parish has merged in with St. Anthony of Padua.



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Last Date Updated : January 17, 2015
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