New Leader – Mary Weis, left, was installed as the Diocese’s new lay director for the Cursillo movement. Weis succeeds outgoing lay director Rick Klarmann, at right. Looking on are new members who will serve on the Cursillo secretariat with Weis. Joe Moore photos Prayerful Commitment – Cursillo members from throughout the Diocese join in the celebration of Mass Sept. 8.
PEAPACK, N.J. —Cardinal Edwin F. O’Brien told Catholics gathered for Mass and a symposium in the Metuchen Diocese that “the enormity of today’s modern Christian genocide is possibly the worst and bloodiest in church history.”“The situation in Africa, Asia and the Middle East is conveniently sidestepped by the world’s leaders, even those in Washington,” the cardinal said in his homily during the Aug. 8 Mass at St. Brigid Church in Peapack.
Each year, the Trenton Diocese receives about 150 to 200 applicants to speak during the annual Mission Appeal campaign. The missionaries are reviewed by a Missionary Advisory Board, and the final list of clergy and religious is approved by Bishop David M. O’Connell, C.M. MAKING THE MESSAGE REAL • Father Daison Areepparampil, parochial vicar in St. Mary Parish, Bordentown, greets a young man after Mass Aug. 6 in Farmingdale’s St. Catherine of Siena Church.
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