St Joan of Arc Parish

A community of disciples of Jesus Christ called to celebrate, proclaim and share with all the love of God!

100 Willow Bend Rd. Marlton, NJ 08053 | 856-983-0077

Ministry fair 2015 14
MLK 2015 17 rs
Ministry Fair 2015 5
Ministry Fair 2015 13
MLK 2015 18 rs
Ministry Fair 2015 11
Jorge Ordination
Carnival 2013 13
Pastoral Care Dinner 2013 4 rs
advent 2013 3
Palm Sunday 2014 3 rs
Deacon John Large
Ministry Fair 2015 7
MLK 2015 7 rs
Palm Sunday 2015 3 rs
childrens mass (1)
JACID Covenant Signing 3
prayer garden blessing 2
Carnival 2013 19
medicare 101 2 rs
Priest, Prophet & King
Pastoral Care Dinner 2013 6 rs
Thanksgiving Food Drive 2013 2 rs
MLk Day of Service 1
mlk day of service 2014 5
Living Stations rs
Hema Visit 2014 6rs
Redstone w pfieffer
Ministry Fair 2015 12
Ministry Fair 2015 6
Ministry Fair 2015
MLK 2015 11 rs
Easter 2015 5 rs
Pilgrimage 2015 Baltimore 5
Greeters Ministry 2
Fr Francis 25th 1
Parade 2013 1
Carnival 2013 15
carseat inspection 2 rs
Pastoral Care Dinner 2013 3 rs
Mike Carey with the Bishop 2013
retreat 2013 6 rs
retreat 2013 2 rs
MLK day of service 2014 2
Prayer Blanket 3.31.14 rs
Easter Food Blessing 2014
Beef & Beer 2014 3
Ministry Fair 2015 15
MLK 2015 20 rs
Ministry Fair 2015 4

Read Fr. Rich’s Homily for the 14th Sunday of Ordinary Time/2015

Read Fr. Rich’s Homily for the 4th of July/2015

Read Msgr Rich’s Homily for the 13th Sunday of Ordinary Time/2015

From Our Pastor

14th Sunday of Ordinary Time/2015

GOOD CITIZENS STILL EXIST

Fr. Rich

Dear Parishioners and Friends,

Like many homes throughout the region during the storm on June 23rd, Fr. Richard Regan’s home was hit by a fallen tree. The large tree landed in front of the front door so when the doorbell rang about thirty minutes after the storm had passed, Fr. Richard and his mother were a bit dumbfounded — who could have made their way through the thick tangle of branches and leaves? To his surprise, when he opened the door, Fr. Richard told me he found two small 12 year old boys standing there. “What can I do for you?” he asked. To his utter amazement, they said, “We just wanted to make sure you were okay.”

I can’t think of a more wonderful story to tell on this Fourth of July weekend. What a great example those two kids are of good citizenship, of neighbor looking out after neighbor, people caring for the common good — the good of others. It is exactly that kind of unselfish concern that makes a community, and a country, great! Let’s all be good, faithful citizens!

I hope everyone has a wonderful holiday weekend. May we all be safe and respectful on the roads. May we never take for granted the freedom we enjoy!

Peace!
Fr. Rich

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