Sacraments and Information

Baptism:  The preparation session is held on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month at 12:45 PM in the Kernan Center. Baptisms are held every Sunday at 12:45 PM in the Church.

Marriage:  Arrangements should be made by the couple planning their marriage well in advance of the marriage date.  One year notification is recommended by the Diocese.  Marriage preparation programs given by the Diocese are required prior to the ceremony.

Penance:  Confessions will be heard on Saturdays from 10:30 AM until 11:30 AM in the church or anytime by appointment.

Care of the Sick:  Arrangements should be made through the rectory for home visits with the Eucharist for the sick and elderly.  The rectory should be called at anytime for the Sacraments of the Sick (ie., as soon as the danger to health is evident).

Christian Initiation: For those desiring to become Catholic, or for those Catholics who have not received all of the Sacraments of Initiation, please contact the parish offices at 856-468-1314 for information.

Priesthood or Consecrated Life

For those interested in becoming a Priest or entering the Consecrated Life (Religious Brother or Sister), please contact the rectory at 856-468-1314 or see Father Gormley or Father Pham. Sr. Denise can be reached at 856-468-7566.

“You did not choose me, but I chose you” (John 15:16).  Yes, the gift of a vocation to the priesthood is not something you seek for yourselves.  It has nothing to do with status or privilege as the world understands these things.  Your great privilege will be to lay down your lives with Christ the eternal priest if you are truly called to this vocation.  May God help each of you to discern His will so that you too may “Go out to bear fruit, fruit that will last.” -- Pope John Paul II, to priests, religious, and seminarians in Malawi (May 4, 1989)

Feel free to visit the Diocese of Camden website for the Office of Vocations by clicking here.

Devotions & Eucharistic Adoration

The Miraculous Medal Novena is held every Wednesday after the 8:30 AM Mass in the Church.

The Rosary is held daily prior to the 8:30 AM Mass, Monday through Saturday.

"The object of Eucharistic Adoration is the Divine Person of our Lord Jesus Christ present in the Most Blessed Sacrament. He is living there. He wants us to speak to Him and He will speak to us." – St. Peter Julian Eymard

At Mass everyday, our Lord Jesus Christ renews His Sacrifice of redemption for the forgiveness of our sins and nourishes us with Himself in Holy Communion. After Mass, Jesus remains in the tabernacle, or exposed in this monstrance, proof of His great love for us. He waits for us like a friend, He wants us to visit Him and speak with Him of our joys, needs and sufferings.

Spending time in prayer before Jesus in the Blessed becomes recognition of His wondrous presence and a channel of His great graces for ourselves, our families, the whole Church, the entire world. We can adore Him for His infinite greatness, thank Him for His goodness, beg Him for forgiveness, or ask Him for our needs. 

The experience of parishes is that as devotion for the Blessed Eucharist grows, there is a corresponding increase in priestly and religious vocation. Parishes also find an increased vigor in their community life. 

At Incarnation Parish, Eucharistic exposition takes place every Wednesday in the St. Joseph Room from 9:00 AM until 8:30 PM (except July and August). Please address all questions to Richard at 468-2589.

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