2500 Branch Pike
Mail to: PO Box 2220
Cinnaminson, NJ 08077-3711
Announcements and Upcoming Events
Confessions will be heard in church on Saturday, February 27 from 9:00 AM through 4:00 PM.
We will be placing orders for new pavers in the Prayer Garden on February 24 for installation in the spring. Anyone wishing to participate should fill out an application available by clicking here: Paver_Order_Form. Forms are also available in the Parish Office. Completed forms together with a check should be returned to the Parish Office before February 22.
- All parish activities, except for masses, weddings and baptisms are suspended.
- Masses are held Monday through Friday at 9:00 AM. Weekend mass schedule is Saturday at 5:00 PM and Sunday at 8:30 and 10:30 AM. All masses are live streamed. For restrictions on mass attendance, click here :Info for in-church Mass – revised
Our Mission Statement:
We, the parish community of Saint Charles Borromeo, are called by our Baptism to share the mission and ministry of Jesus Christ to love God and one another. We respond to this call by deepening our faith through active participation in the sacraments, especially the Eucharist, and by sharing our time, talent and treasure to serve and care for others within and outside our parish community. We envision ourselves as belonging to a people of faith, hope and love as we are led by the Holy Spirit in celebrating the Kingdom of God.
From the Desk of Reverend Daniel E. Kirk, Pastor:
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Sometimes, I surf around Youtube and watch a variety of different videos. From clips of my favorite scenes of TV shows, to cute animal videos, to music videos and beyond. One particular genre that often catches my fancy is that of...
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, In light of the Annual Catholic Appeal taking the place of the homily this weekend, please allow me to use my letter this week to reflect on the readings from Mass. The Gospels often speak of having a certain fearlessness and...
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, It’s hard to believe that just a few short weeks after Christmas, I should be thinking of the season of Lent, but in the life of a priest, there is little separation between the end of one liturgical season and the beginning of...