St Catherine of Siena Parish is a welcoming community of disciples of Jesus Christ, living and celebrating in Sacrament the Catholic Christian tradition so that all who seek may experience the loving presence of God.


Posted June 11th, 2021

Bishops Have Reinstated the General Obligation to Attend Mass

As of Saturday, June 5, 2021, and Sunday, June 6, 2021, Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, the bishops of NJ have come out with a new directive regarding the opening of Churches.  Click Here to read the official letter. 

Posted June 11th, 2021


One parishioner…One task…One time

Our next SOS Collection

Thursday, July 15, 2021
11am – Noon in the SCS Parking Lot


Items requested

Tuna or Chicken Packets
Individual Fruit Cups
Soft Granola Bars
Individual Bagged Snacks

Be assured that your generosity is life-saving:


Bridges is excited to recognize St. Catherine’s as an ANNUAL HONOREE for the lunches, for the community building, for the fundraising!

You have made a SUBSTANTIAL DIFFERENCE in our work to end homelessness.

We could not do it without you!

Collection Coordinator: John Braun, 973.744.4619, jbraunjr@verizon.net

For details on all remaining SOS 2021 Collections, CLICK HERE.

Posted May 15th, 2021

“CARNIVAL 2021” Super 50-50 Raffle

Will you be the lucky winner on Saturday, June 26th at 7:00 PM in the Parish Center?

Tickets are $100 each and there will be 3 lucky winners.
1st place: 60% of Prize Fund
2nd place: 30% of Prize Fund
3rd place: 10% of Prize Fund

Although we won’t be able to have a Carnival again this year, we are hoping that everyone will consider supporting the parish through this raffle fundraiser with the dollars that they would have spent at the Carnival.


Tickets can be purchased at the Parish Center during regular business hours, “ON-LINE” or by mail with accompanying check.

To View ticket, click here.

Posted October 4th, 2013

The Catholic Advocate; New Jersey Catholic

The Catholic Advocate has been the principle communications medium for the Archdiocese of Newark since its founding in 1951 by then-Auxiliary Bishop James A. McNulty. Published every month, it is always available free online. Read More…