2021-22 Religious Education Program Information and Registration If you were enrolled in our Religious Education program this past year, you should have received our reregistration email which contains everything you need to register your child(ren) for next year’s program. If you are enrolling a child for the first time or did not participate in our program this past year, please contact our Director of Religious Education, Cathy Cooney. Cathy may be reached by phone at 908-756-6524 ext. 16 or by email at email@example.com. If you have any questions about the online registration process, please contact Nancy Finn at firstname.lastname@example.org or 908-313-9024.
2021-22 Religious Education Program Information and Registration Information about next year’s Religious Education Program is coming soon! If you were enrolled in our Religious Education program this year, watch for our reregistration email to be sent out this week. This email will contain everything you need to register your child(ren) for next year’s program.
The diocese has received pledges totaling $236,166 (75.6% of goal) and payments totaling $224,311 (71.8% of goal) from our parishioners. As you may know, the parish receives a rebate of 50% of the amount collected over our $312,000 goal. Thank you for supporting the Bishop’s Appeal!
Feast of The Ascension of the Lord The Feast of The Ascension of the Lord, which would normally be celebrated in our diocese on Thursday, May 13th, has been moved to Sunday, May 16th this year. Therefore, there will be no additional Masses scheduled for the celebration of The Ascension (our regular Mass schedule will be followed).
Thank you to all who have given so generously to the 2021 Bishop’s Annual Appeal. The diocese has received pledges totaling $222,527 (71.3% of goal) and payments totaling $207,889 (66.6% of goal) from our parishioners. Click the above link for more info if you have not already given to the appeal.
Thank you to all who have given so generously to the 2021 Bishop’s Annual Appeal. If you have not made a pledge, there is still time to participate. Mail your gift to: Diocese of Metuchen Bishop’s Annual Appeal P.O. Box 4000 Metuchen, NJ 08840-4000 Or give online at: www.diometuchen.org/BAA To date, the diocese has received pledges totaling $208,902 from our parishioners, which is about 67% of our $312,000 goal. Thank you for supporting the Bishop’s Appeal!
Your gift to the Bishop’s Annual Appeal impacts the lives of so many and supports such vital ministries as the formation of our seminarians and deacons, outreach to our youth and young adults, and programs to assist couples through marriage preparation. Our ongoing efforts in evangelization and catechesis, advocacy for human life and dignity, and effectively ministering to people of varied ethnicities and languages all depend on your generosity. Click the above link for more details.
A vocation to the priesthood is both challenging and rewarding. A priest is called to be a witness of Christ. He is a minister of the sacraments, proclaimer of the word, teacher of the faith, and steward of the Church. He accompanies the faithful through this world, leading the way to the eternal kingdom of heaven. Discernment of a vocation to the priesthood requires specialized guidance to navigate the spiritual formation and academic demands of the seminary. Click above link to find out more!
Bishop Checchio's Letter on the growing division, hate and racism, particularly against members of the Asian-American community. Click link to read the Bishop's Letter on the racism against Asian Americans.
This weekend concludes the Baby Bottle Boomerang campaign on behalf of the Center for Great Expectations conducted by the Knights of Columbus. Please return any bottle you hold. Thank you for your support.
Transformed by Christ’s Body and Blood Sent on Mission to Light a Fire in the Heart of the Church By now you have received a letter from Bishop Checchio inviting your participation in the 2021 Bishop’s Annual Appeal.
Remember in Prayer We offer our sincere sympathy to the families of Margaret Kreckie and Carmen Antonelle, who were recently called home to the Father. May their souls, and the souls of all the faithful departed, rest in God’s peace.
Students from our current religious education program and some of our confirmed students from last year worked together to help bring some joy and kindness to residents and staff at McAuley Hall for St. Valentine’s Day. Click link to find out more!