Many Journeys, One FamilyThe Office of Peace, Justice, and Ecological Integrity
of the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth
invite you to

a Prayer Service in celebration of
National Migration Week

Wednesday, January 10, 2018, 6:30 PM
Holy Family Chapel
2 Convent Road
Convent Station, NJ 07961

Join us for a time of prayer and reflection with and for people on the move from their homelands.

Catalina Adorno, Dreamer
Duha Katbi, Refugee

A collection will be taken to benefit COSECHA, an immigrant advocacy group, and RAMP - Refugee Assistance Morris Partners.
For more information or to register, contact: Fr. Terrence Moran at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 973-290-5404

Download event flyer here.



Christmas Liturgy & Blessings

A Very Blessed Christmas and Happy New Year
from your VOTFNJ Brothers and Sisters.
May the Blessings of this Season of Wonder and Grace remain with you always!

Join us for our annual Christmas liturgy
"Lessons and Carols"
this Sunday
December 16, 2018
3:30 p.m.
St. Mark's Lutheran Church,100 Harter Rd., Morristown, NJ
Presider: Mike Corso
Followed by potluck supper and "good cheer"!

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Speaking Truth to Power: Prophets Then and Now

Sunday , October 28, 2018
3:30 p.m.

The kick off to a year-long program dealing with the role of prophets and prophecy in society will introduce us to some Hebrew prophets, who they were, what kind of societies they came from, and how they might be examples for us.

Our presenter is Daniel Cosacchi, the Canisius Postdoctoral Fellow and Lecturer of religious studies at Fairfield University and a contributor to America, the Jesuit Review. He received a doctorate in theology and ethics from Loyola University Chicago in 2016, having written a dissertation on the ecological impacts of warfare and the ramifications for Catholic social thought. He is co-editor of The Berrigan Letters: Personal Correspondence between Daniel and Philip Berrigan (Orbis Books, 2016).

Join Us to Support Refugees in New Jersey

 Refugee Assistance Update

RAMP tag stackedAt VOTFNJ's invitation, a steering committee for refugee assistance held its first organizational meeting on May 23, 2016 at St. Peter's Episcopal Church. The result: a coalition of 14 member organizations which have named themselves, Refugee Assistance Morris Partners (RAMP). Their stated purpose: "...to assist vetted Middle Eastern and other refugee families to transiton to productive lives of dignity, safety, and hope in the Morris County area of New Jersey." The group has partnered with World Church Service (WCS) and with the Community Foundation of New Jersey (CFNJ).

Learn more about RAMP here.
Learn more about RAMP's partnership with CFNJ here.
Donate to RAMP here.

Year-End Update of our RAMP Families here.
Here is a Prayer for Refugees.






VOTF National News & Views

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Read In the Vineyard and stay abreast of VOTF national activities and views here.

Advocate for the reform of the Statute of Limitation for child sex abuse victims in New Jersey and other states. Read VOTF Statute of Limitation Reform: Advocacy Guide here.

Road to Recovery

VOTFNJ is pleased to support ...

Road to RecoveryRoad to Recovery, a non-profit organization that offers compassionate counseling and referral services to survivors of sexual abuse. Launched in 2005 to provide direct assistance to victims of clergy sexual abuse, R2R has expanded its mission to include survivors of all sexual abuse. Learn more.

Next Eucharistic Celebration

Eucharistic Liturgy
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Sunday, December 16
Christmas Celebration: Lessons & Carols
3:30 - 5:30 PM*
Saint Mark Lutheran Church
100 Harter Road
Morristown, NJ
Mike Corso, Presider

Followed by pot-luck dinner





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Living the Gospel - Intentional Eucharistic Communities

Intentional Eucharistic Communities (IECs) are those small faith communities, rooted in the Intentional Eucharistic CommunitiesCatholic tradition, which gather to celebrate Eucharist on a regular basis. Born in the enthusiasm flowing from Vatican II for a church of the people, some IECs were instituted in parishes, some were created as alternatives to the parish, some retain close ties with the institutional church, and some function independently. VOTFNJ considers itself to be an Intentional Eucharistic Community. Another New Jersey area IECs is the Sophia Inclusive Catholic Community (Andover, NJ), founded by a VOTFNJ member, Mary Ann Schoetlly.

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Upcoming Events

16 Dec
Eucharistic Liturgy & Pot Luck
12.16.2018 3:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Mike Corso, Presider

6 Jan
Eucharistic Liturgy
01.06.2019 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Ken Lash, Presider

20 Jan
Eucharistic Liturgy
01.20.2019 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Mike Corso presiding

3 Mar
Eucharistic Liturgy
03.03.2019 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Mike Corso, Presider

17 Mar
Eucharistic Liturgy
03.17.2019 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Dick Rento, Presider

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