Detailing one’s personal history is one of the first steps when seeking an annulment. The diocesan Office of Canonical Services and Tribunal has been traveling the Diocese to hold information sessions on the annulment process. Stock photo
Seeking an annulment in the Catholic Church can be emotionally difficult, but the Diocese of Trenton has qualified staff available to help every step on the way.
That has been just one message the diocesan Office of Canonical Services and Tribunal has been sharing across the Diocese for the past five weeks – and one in which the 20 or so gathered March 29 came to hear in St. Barnabas Parish, Bayville. Throughout the month of March and into early April, the diocesan office has held bilingual information evenings in parishes throughout the Diocese in order to inform and dispel misconceptions on the annulment process. More ... Thursday, April 6, 2017
Though many of today’s youth keep in touch with others instantaneously and electronically with smartphones, computers and tablets, others are reaching out with words of encouragement and prayerful support in the old-fashioned style: messages written on paper and drawn with crayons. More ... Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Couples seeking a deeper relationship with Jesus together are encouraged to attend an evening of music and discussion to discover, as Father James Grogan calls it, “the extraordinary power of two hearts praying as one.” More ... Thursday, April 6, 2017
Recognizing the needs that are unique to couples looking to remarry in the Church, the diocesan Department of Evangelization and Family Life is holding a marriage preparation workshop April 29. More ... Friday, March 31, 2017
A program designed to help those dealing with the pain of separation and divorce who want to develop a closer relationship with God is being offered in St. Veronica Parish, Howell. More ... Friday, March 31, 2017
WASHINGTON • Children may not read the newspaper or watch news on television like their parents or grandparents, but they still want news. They just get it from different sources, according to a report issued March 8.