The Most Reverend John J. Myers, Archbishop of Newark, will join in communion with the Holy Father by opening the Holy Door of the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart, Newark, at the beginning of the noon Mass.
Through the 'Help a Family at Christmas' project, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Newark provides a unique and personal opportunity for an individual, family, parish community, school or organization to help critically needy families in the Newark Archdiocese who would not have Christmas without some outside support.
The Archdiocese of Newark will celebrate the Annual Mass for Law Enforcement Officers at on Thursday, November 5 at the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart in Newark.
It saddens us that a particular group of students has chosen to react to media reports that have grossly misrepresented a short note and set of principles that Archbishop John Myers recently sent to pastors.
The Relics of St. Thérèse of Lisieux – popularly known throughout the world as “The Little Flower” – and those of her parents, Louis and Zélie Martin – the first married couple to be declared Saints by the Catholic Church – are visiting nine locations within the Archdiocese of Newark as part of a worldwide public pilgrimage tour that has been continuing since 1994.
With Pope Francis’ messages of love and mercy still resounding in our ears, the Patriarch of Antioch and All the East for Syriac Catholics, His Beatitude Mar Ignatius Youssef III Younan, will hold a briefing for local New York and New Jersey media to discuss the continuing plight of victims of sectarian and religious persecution in the Middle East.
During this upcoming Holy Year for Mercy His Holiness, Pope Francis, has called on all Roman Catholic priests around the world to bring forgiveness, healing and reunion with the Church to women and
On Monday, September 21, the Catholic Basilica of the Sacred Heart – Mother Church of the Archdiocese of Newark – will be the first stop on a national tour of the Major Relics of St.
Bishop Thomas Donato embodied the priestly ideal. He not only represented Christ to people, he also saw Christ in everyone he met.
From the Roman catacombs to the cemeteries of the Archdiocese, there is a 2,000-year-old tradition of the Church, honoring the bodies of those who have died, providing a final resting place on sacred ground, and supporting their family and friends who want to honor them and pray for them.
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