Since its founding in 1964, Saint Aloysius Parish has grown to more than 5000 families. The Elementary School has a healthy enrollment of over 300 students and Religious Education has an enrollment more than 1800 students. Throughout the years, many parish societies and organizations have sprung up from the community, making our parish active and vibrant.
We encourage all the faithful to participate fully in the Mass: praying the prayers and responses together, raising our voices in song, actively listening to the Word of God, walking together in procession to receive Christ in the Eucharist, and offering all that we do and all that we are to our Lord Jesus Christ.
It is our hope that anyone who enters our Church will find God’s Presence truly alive both in the Sacrament and in one another, and that they will leave nurtured, fulfilled and challenged to live more perfectly the life to which Christ has called them.
The celebration of the Eucharist is the “source and summit” of what we do as Catholic Christians.
Mother Seton Academy
Mother Seton Academy is dedicated to providing a student-centered, academic environment guided by research, best practices, and the Diocesan curriculum guidelines which are based on the National Catholic Standards and Benchmarks for Catholic Elementary and Secondary Schools and aligned with NJ Student Learning Standards.
The spiritual life of students is at the heart of Mother Seton Academy. The integration of faith and learning is paramount to all aspects of school life. Pastors of both St. Aloysius and St. Veronica are key in the spiritual direction of Mother Seton students. Students attend Mass, prayer services, and paraliturgical services as a community. Giving service to others is an important part of the life of the students at Mother Seton Academy. Church teaching guides daily life and students are free to share their God-given gifts and talents in a spirit of community.
The foundation of our school is rooted in the academic excellence that was a tradition in both St. Veronica & St. Aloysius schools.
About our staff
St. Aloysius Parish
Very Reverend John Bambrick V.F.
732-370-0500, ext. 218
Rev. James Smith
732-370-0500 ext. 207
Rev. Msgr. Joseph Ciampaglio
Deacon Uku Mannikus
Deacon Rene Perez
732-370-0500 ext. 202
Youth Minister/Young Adult Minister
732-370-0500 ext. 217
Religious Education Department: Director of Religious Education: Jennifer Petrillo email@example.com, 732-370-0500 Ext.311
Sacramental Coordinator: Paula Mammana firstname.lastname@example.org,732-370-0500 Ext. 314