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IMPORTANT

The Diocese of Trenton has provided the following updated guidance and directives, effective September 11, 2020:

Common Directives to be Observed by All Parishes Until Further Notice

In Church Mass with the Community

Let Us Support One Another and Do Our Part As Best We Can

May the Grace of God and the fullness of his blessing be on your families during this time.

Balancing the physical, public health precautions deemed necessary with the spiritual good of the faithful, Christ the King Parish resumes limited opportunities for our faithful to return to our churches while maintaining the necessary, required public health precautions present in the CDC Guidelines as the Diocese gradually and safely moves toward the full restoration of Catholic spiritual and sacramental life.  The Post‑Pandemic Parish Task Force of Pastors (P4) has developed “Directives” that all parishes are to observe for participation at “in Church” public Masses and sacramental administrations throughout the Diocese of Trenton.

The following are the procedures and requirements Christ the King Parish is to follow in order that we may offer the sacraments and for the faithful to participate in them. All these norms will help us to protect you and all other members of our community. I hope we can count on your patience and collaboration.  

for our Revised Mass Schedules beginning AUGUST 28, 2020

Online Mass

Coronavirus Outbreak News

From The Parish Office

Christ the King Business Office is closed to walk-in service. If you have an urgent need, please call 732-222-3216 or email any@cklb.org and mary@cklb.org. We are working remotely and will do our best to respond to your inquiries. You may drop any notes, mass card requests, donations, etc., in the mail slot in the front door. Please DO NOT use the mailbox! The mail slot was installed for your safety and convenience.

Thank you for your patience & understanding!

From The Parish Office

The Star of The Sea Church is open daily from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. for personal prayer.

“I Say to You, Not Seven Times but Seventy-Seven Times.”

When Peter asked Jesus if he should forgive seven times he was being generous as that was more than double what was expected at the time.

“My sheep hear my voice, says the Lord; I know them, and they follow me.”

JN 10:27