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Saint Hedwig Parish
872 Brunswick Ave
Trenton, NJ 08638
Phone: (609) 396-9068
Fax: (609) 396-3171




Today is the Sunday of all Sundays, the great celebration of the resurrection of Jesus! On this day, we join with the disciples as they race to the tomb and discover it empty. We don’t have to linger on the outside with our doubts and fears. We can accompany the beloved disciple who went into the tomb and “saw and believed” (John 20:8). Then, with Mary Magdalene, we can embrace Jesus as our risen Lord. During Lent, we searched our hearts to find the stones that block us from the resurrection life. Now Jesus has rolled back these stones so that we can enter into a life of freedom and hope and joy. Let this be a day of celebration! Jesus has triumphed over every obstacle. He has obtained everything we need. We can rest in his arms, knowing that we are secure. Let’s stay close to Jesus in the joy of the resurrection. Though world events may be cause for serious concern, though the “unpredictables” of daily life may challenge our patience and trust, Jesus is with us. He wants the joy and stone-moving power of this day to be available to us always. In faith, we can pursue the lifetime goal of continual resurrections over everything that keeps us from recognizing our privileged position as a “beloved disciple.” Now is the time to raise your head and “set your minds on things that are above” (Colossians 3:2). Just as John looked inside the empty tomb and believed, we believe that the same Jesus who died and was thought to be gone forever is now alive. Our faith in his resurrection means we can put our trust in his entire life. All his words are true. All his promises, and all our hopes and dreams, will be fulfilled. As the light of the resurrection dawns with increasing brilliance, let your Easter alleluia burst forth!

"The stone which the builders have rejected

Has become the cornerstone, Alleluia!"


My Dear Parishioners!

Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ!


Easter is the celebration of the greatest feast of Christianity.

He who on Good Friday was scourged as a criminal and crowned with thorns,

Nailed to the wood of the cross, now greets us with the words:

I am risen, Alleluia!

Christ has triumphed over Satan's pride and life has conquered death, Alleluia!

Jesus Christ, the stone rejected, has become our way, truth and life, Alleluia!

As we celebrate this joyful day,

may you know the peace and love of the risen Lord in your hearts and homes as you gather to share the blessed food in the Easter meal.

May the joy of risen Christ be yours this  Easter Season!

Have a wonderful Easter!!!


Your Pastor  -   Fr. Jacek


John Paul II Cannonization


To commemorate the Cannonization of John Paul II, we will be honored by Bishop David M. O’Connell, CM who will be celebrating Mass. This will take place on Sunday, April 27, 2014 at the 11:00 am Mass in English. Please join us to celebrate this very happy and important day, not only for us, but for the entire Catholic Church throughout the world. 

Sunday May 11th, we will celebrate that special day of Mother’s Day. If you wish to remember, at all the Masses that weekend, a living or deceased Mother, there are envelopes available in the vestibule and side entrances to the church. Please take one, fill in name of person to be remembered and return them before Mother’s Day.


This year the Saint Hedwig Knights of Columbus Council #7244 will conduct the annual Mother’s Day Breakfast (not just for Mothers, but for the whole family) which will be held on Sunday, May 11th, 2014 after the 8:00 am Mass in Lipinski Hall. We will have music by Rick Koreyva. The cost is $5.00, children under 10 are free. Tickets are available for sale now through May 3rd, 4th, 2014 at all the Masses in the vestibule and sacristy or in the Parish Office. No tickets will be sold at the door.
For information call Chet Kulak at 609-882-9347

Please pray for the soul of Sławomir Wysocki, who has died. Eternal rest grant unto him O Lord and let Perpetual Light shine upon him. May he rest in peace. Amen.


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April 20, 2014

Saturday 5 PM
Sunday 8 AM (PL), 9:30 AM, 11:00 AM (PL)
Daily 7 AM (Except Tuesday) in Chapel
Tuesday 7 PM (PL) in Chapel with Novena
Holy Days   7 AM (EN), 7 PM (PL)
Vigil 7 PM

Learn about our patron's life.

  • Sacrament of Baptism:
    Every Sunday at 10:30 AM. Parents should make arrangements in advance by calling the Rectory. Baptism instructions for parents and godparents are the second Thursday night of each month at 7 PM in the Convent

  • Annointing of the Sick:
    Please call the Rectory if someone is gravely ill and would like to receive the sacrament of the sick or in the case of an emergency call day or night

  • Visitation of The Sick:
    Father & Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion visit the sick of our Parish family every First Friday

  • Sacrament of Reconciliation:
    Every Saturday at 4:00 PM

  • Sacrament of Marriage:
    Couples planning to be married, please contact the Pastor or one of our Deacons one year before the marriage date in accord with a Common policy of the Diocese of Trenton

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