Welcome to the Parish Community of

Saint Brigid and Saint Elizabeth

The Mission of St. Elizabeth-St.Brigid Parish is to become more faithful members of the Body of Christ and to become a bridge to bring others into the loving embrace of Jesus.  Nourished and sustained by God's Word and the Sacraments we are committed to our Lord's request:
"Go into the whole world and proclaim the Good News" (Mark 16:15)


St. Brigid

129 Main Street 

P.O. Box 33

Peapack, NJ 07977

Parish Center

Tel. (908) 234-1265

(908) 234-0079

Fax (908) 234-2923

Parish Center E-Mail:

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St. Elizabeth

34 Peapack Road

P.O. Box 37

Far Hills, NJ 07931


Parish Staff

Reverend Monsignor Edward C. Puleo, Pastor

Margaret Mulrooney, Parish Life Coordinator

Sr. Monique Eloizard, Parish Catechtical Leader

Sr. Chiara Marie Stimpfle, SCC

Religious Education Administrative Assistant





Current Bulletin for September 29, 2019


Blessing of the Animals

Saturday, October 5 at 1 PM at the St. Anthony statue by St. Brigid Parking lot.

Parish Pilgrimage to Regina Pacis

In Brooklyn NY on Saturday, November 16

Yoga With a Purpose

to Benefit the Sisters of Life

Saturday, November 9



 Sisters Image 2019

More millennial women are choosing the religious life | On Air Videos | Fox News


A Pastoral Letter from your pastor, Monsignor Puleo 

Pastoral Letter from Bishop Checchio on Clergy Abuse in the Diocese of Metuchen

Bishop Checchio's Letter on the removal of Theodore Mc Carrick 2 16 19

List of Clergy Credibly Accused of Sexual Abuse of a Minor in the Diocese of Metuchen

Clergy Abuse Resources from the Diocese of Metuchen


If you suspect a priest or employee at your parish has engaged in sexual misconduct involving a child:

First, notify local law enforcement.

Second, notify the New Jersey Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCPP). The phone number is 1-877-NJ ABUSE (652-2873) or 1-800-835-5510 (TTY/TDD for the deaf) and is available 24/7.

Finally, if the allegation involves a member of the clergy or an employee of a parish or the Diocese, please notify our Diocesan Response Officer, Deacon Vincent Brigande, at (908) 930-4558.


 Religious Education classes offered on Sunday mornings.

Registrations now being accepted for 2019-2020 

Registration Forms in English   

Registration Form

 Volunteer Form 

Dicocese Photo Release Form 

Diocese Walking Permission Form 

First Eucharist Sacramental Commitment for Grade 2 only 

Confirmation Sacramental Commitment for Grade 8 only

Registration Forms in Spanish for 2019-2020

Registration Form

Volunteer Form

Diocese Photo Release Form

Diocese Walking Permission Form

First Eucharist Sacramental Commitment for Grade 2 only

Confirmation Sacramental Commitment for Grade 8 only

For more information contact Sr. Monique Eloizard at 908-234-1524


Rosary Novena for our nation

August 15 to Oct. 7, 2019

The time is now to call upon God, through the powerful intercession of Our Lady of the Rosary, to heal our country and return it to holiness.

This is a nationwide prayer campaign called the “Novena for Our Nation.” Everyone from around the nation is encouraged to join ranks as, united, we pray the very powerful 54 Day Rosary Novena from the Feast of the Assumption on August 15 to the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary on October 7.

We continue to live in peace-less times with laws and court rulings in conflict with God’s laws; especially the disregard for the rights of the unborn, elderly and weak in our society and the attacks on marriage and family values. Society and many levels of government continue to demonstrate intolerance towards biblically based religious belief and practice. In conflict with First Amendment constitutional rights, persecution of traditional religious expression has reached historically high levels. We are in a Spiritual Battle.

We are called upon to help turn our country back towards God. We will accomplish that through prayer; prayer that can change hearts, change families, change our communities and change our country. There is no stronger weapon in this Spiritual Battle than the Rosary.




Bishop James Checchio's Letter on the PA Grand Jury Report 8 17 18


Bishop's Annual Appeal


For the English version: https://vimeo.com/dioceseofmetuchen/2019appeal






Read Bishop Checchio's Pastoral Letter at  http://diometuchen.org/bishop/pastoral-letter


Lighting Our Hearts on Fire

Personal Consecration

As part of our Diocese’s Year of the Awakening, “Lighting Our Hearts on Fire”, Bishop Checchio shared how all of us can participate in a personal consecration to Jesus through the Perfect Virgin, Holy Mary of Guadalupe.

Information has been shared in our weekly parish bulletins regarding Bishop Checchio’s intention for this consecration is to ask for the graces needed for a New Evangelization and he is placing it under the patronage of Our Lady of Guadalupe. The purpose is to stir up an increased holiness of life, a renewed commitment to living the Gospel message to the fullest, and the enthusiastic willingness, among the faithful, to share that message to others.

Copies of the Personal Consecration prayer book can be found at the back of each of our churches, along with envelopes for a $3 donation to cover the costs of printing or they may be downloaded from https://lightingheartsonfire.org/personal-consecration.

Deepen your Faith * Become Spiritually Renewed * Grow in Holiness

Some Catholic Resource Links for Prayer, Family, and Marriage


August Brings Divorce Fever: Here’s the Cure



For Your Marriage

An initiative of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops for marriage and family


 Catholic Link


 Family RosaryWorld at Prayer

Reflections of Family and Faith

The Family That Prays Together Stays Together


Call to Action

Support the Child Welfare Provider Inclusion Act!The Child Welfare Provider Inclusion Act (CWPIA) protects the religious liberties of child welfare service providers, including adoption and foster care agencies.  The Act would prohibit the federal government and any state that receives certain federal funding from discriminating against child welfare service providers on the basis that they decline to provide a child welfare service that conflicts with their sincerely held religious beliefs or moral convictions.  The Inclusion Act is needed because child welfare service providers are being discriminated against because of their sincerely held religious beliefs and moral convictions.  For example, certain religiously-affiliated charities in Massachusetts, Illinois, California, and the District of Columbia have had to stop adoption and foster care services because of requirements imposed upon them to place children in households headed by two persons of the same sex.  Also, women and men who want to place their children for adoption should be free to choose from a diversity of adoption agencies, including those that share the parents' religious beliefs and moral convictions.  The Inclusion Act recognizes and respects this parental choice.  The Inclusion Act has been introduced in both the House (H.R. 1881) and the Senate (S. 811).Contact your Representative & Senators today!





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Forms also available in Church or the Parish Office.











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By mail: Parish Center of St. Elizabeth-St. Brigid, PO Box 33, Peapack, NJ  07977

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