Parish Announcements


On the  weekend of July 2-3, we welcomed Father Gregg Abadilla to our Church of St. Clement family.  Bishop David O’Connell recently appointed Father Abadilla to the position of Parochial Vicar for St. Clement effective July 1, 2016.  Father Abadilla was ordained as a priest of the Diocese of Trenton earlier this year.

Congratulations Father Tom in being named our new pastor!

Mass Intentions – If you are interested in having a mass for a deceased relative, friend or group, please submit your request with your offering to the Parish Office.

All new parents! – Call the Parish Office at 732-566-3616 to register for the next Baptism Preparation class.

The Altar Rosary Society meets on the first Wednesday of each month in the Reception Center with a reading of the Rosary at 7:30 and general meeting at 8pm.  Ladies of the parish are most welcome.

The Holy Name Society meets the first Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. in the Cry Room of the church. Men of the parish are cordially invited to attend.

The Knight of Columbus meets the second and fourth Monday of each month at 8 p.m. in the Parish Reception Center. Men of the parish are cordially invited to attend.

The Senior Citizens Club meets every Tuesday morning at 10:30 a.m. in the Reception Center. All seniors, whether members of St. Clement are not, are invited to join. Make new friends, enjoy activities.

Trips to Atlantic City are sponsored by the Senior Citizens Club and are scheduled for the third Monday of every month

RCIA  If interested in learning more about the Catholic faith or in receiving the Sacraments of Holy Communion and Confirmation, please call Peg Scholer at 732-583-0296.

If you would like to bring up the gifts at Mass, please speak to an Usher before Mass begins.

Ushers are needed at Mass. If you can help, please see one of the ushers. Your help is appreciated.

Additional lectors are needed, especially for our 8 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. masses. Please contact Bruce Quinn at 732-566-1273 if you would like to serve St. Clement’s Church by reading scripture and announcements. It is also a great community service project for high school students. A number of high school students have become lectors.

Check the PREP web page for information regarding our religious education program. See the links page.

No Parking Zone – Please be advised that the entrance to the church is a “no parking zone.” This is to allow fire trucks to enter in case of emergency and also to enable other parishioners to enter the parking lot. Thank you for your cooperation.