Archbishop Myers today announced that Queen of Peace High School in North Arlington, which had been slated to close at the end of June because of declining enrollment and sagging finances in recent years, will now open for the 2016-2017 academic year.
In response to the recent news, Catholic bishops throughout the country have issued statements condemning the latest gun violence plaguing our nation and calling for its end, as well as the elimination of racial intolerance and bigotry, while expressing gratitude for the bravery and support of law enforcement.
Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of Newark, in partnership with the Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministry of the Archdiocese of Newark, will host its annual teen birdhouse building program.
Today the Archdiocese of Newark released To Whom Shall We Go?, a new pastoral by Archbishop John J. Myers reflecting on the spiritual nature of the human person and the role of God’s grace in guiding us to live in today’s world according to His plan.
As a result of efforts achieved to date by parents, students, faculty, and friends of Queen of Peace High School to raise $1 million to enable this parish-based high school to remain open for the 2016-17 year and to craft a plan for its long-term viability, Newark Archbishop John J. Myers today agreed to a new deadline of July 15 to help the school meet and beat the targets.
Students at St. Aloysius Elementary Academy in Jersey City have risen to the challenge of keeping the school’s First in Math® winning streak alive! For the third year in a row, 8th grade students have added the title of “#1 First in Math® Team in the Nation” to their list of accomplishments.
The Most Reverend John J. Myers has announced the appointment of eleven new members of the Board of Trustees of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Newark. In making the announcement, Archbishop Myers noted that the diverse experience of the new members and their personal commitment to the underprivileged will enhance the mission and work of Catholic Charities during this Year of Mercy.
On Saturday, May 28, the Archdiocese of Newark again will rank among the top dioceses in the nation in terms of new priests when ten men are ordained to the priesthood for service in the Archdiocese. The Ordination will take place beginning at noon in the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart, 89 Ridge Street in Newark.
The Archdiocese of Newark Catholic Cemeteries, in collaboration with more than one thousand Catholic Cemeteries nationwide, will participate in the annual celebration, "Serving God and Country: A Memorial Day Salute to Our Heroes" on Monday, May 30 at its local cemeteries and parishes.
For nearly 73 years, the body of Titanic hero Robert John Hopkins has rested in an unmarked grave in Holy Name Cemetery in Jersey City. Today, a polished black granite headstone bearing his name was unveiled by his family and blessed by Bishop John W. Flesey.