e are a group of Catholics who are concerned about our Church, and who meet regularly to learn about our past and discuss our future. We rejoice and give thanks for all the gifts we have, and strive for truth and integrity in holding everyone, including ourselves, accountable for the way we live our Christianity.


   VOTFNJ Local News and Upcoming Events

UPCOMING PROGRAMS

Evangelization as Revolution: How Pope Francis is Changing the Church

Speaker: David Gibson
 
Thursday, November 20, 2014, 7:30 PM
St. Mark Lutheran Church
100 Harter Road
 
Pope Francis is an enormously popular figure but many Catholics also want to know whether that popularity will translate into real change. David Gibson, a Catholic author and national reporter for Religion News Service, looks at how Francis is trying to reform the church, and how his style really is substance. But will his style outlive his papacy? 
 
Learn more about David Gibson here.


 

 


 



  OTHER NEWS & EVENTS

MaleSurvivor Conference
 
Friday, October 31, noon - Sunday, November 2, 2014
Marriott at Newark Airport
 
Join the conference and be with like minded survivors,supporters and organizations like NJCASA, Catholics for Change etc. in an effort to move NJ, NY and PA forward on legislative reform. In particular, join the group on Saturday, November 1 at 2:00 PM for a press conference to be held with Senator Joe Vitale, NJ, Assemblywoman Marge Markey, NY and Senator Rossi, PA as well as Mathew Sandusky, Jerry Sandusky's adopted son and victim. The press release will be about the Statute of Limitations reform for children secually abused.

Joining the press conference only is free of charge.  To join the conference, please contact Mark Crawford, Director, NJ SNAP at 732-632-7687.
 
 
  
 INTENTIONAL COMMUNITIES

From time to time, we get requests for information on the locations of small Intentional Eucharistic Communities (SIECs) in New Jersey.

Three are available that we know of:

VOTFNJ hosts a liturgy at 4:30 P.M. the first and third Sundays of the month at St. Mark Lutheran Church, 100 Harter Rd., Morristown. There are some exceptions. Please see announcements on this page or check our calendar. Thank you.

The Inclusive Community meets at 11 A.M. every Sunday at Stanley Congregational Church, 94 Fairmont Ave., in Chatham.  For further information, click 
here

Sophia Inclusive Catholic Community meets in Sparta at the Waltar G. Lynch Senior Center, The Knoll Heights Community Center, 40 Trapasso Dr., at 10:00 AM Sundays and in Morristown at St. Mark Lutheran Church at 1:00 PM, the 2nd Sunday of the month. For further information, click
here or call 973-539-8732. 




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EUCHARISTIC CELEBRATION Sunday, November 2 at 4:30 PM, Mike Corso presiding. Click here for directions.



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