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  • 2018 State of the Diocese
    Inside:
    •Report from Bishop David M. O’Connell, C.M.
    •Faith in Our future
    •Annual Catholic Appeal
    •Faith to Move Mountains
    •Annual Report
    •Save the Date 2018
    and
    •Connect with the Diocese

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  • State of the Diocese 2015
    Click here to view the 2015 State of the Diocese.
  • A Passion for Service -- Helping others - a shared goal of parish social service ministy

    The wide range of social ministry programs offered individually by the 107 parishes of the Trenton Diocese runs the gamut from emergency financial assistance to food and housing support, to disaster management services and knitting and quilting ministries.

     
  • Throughout the four counties of the Diocese of Trenton, social service organizations and parish outreach initiatives work tirelessly to perform acts of service and help work to address the greatest social needs in the community.
  • Network of Care -- Catholic social service agencies work together to help those in need
    Individually, the Catholic social service agencies operating in the Diocese of Trenton make a true difference in the communities where they are located – bringing desperately needed services and resources to the poor and marginalized.
  • With the passage of new legislation that changes New Jersey’s Adoption Records Law, Catholic organizations are embarking upon an outreach campaign to let parents who placed a child for adoption in New Jersey know of their privacy rights. The New Jersey Catholic Conference offers the following details that all birth parents should know:
  • Vital effort underway to inform birth parents of adoption law change
    With a deadline looming, Catholic groups are working to alert birth parents of changes in the state’s adoption law that could affect their privacy rights.
  • Each year around this time, we experience a host of “State of the X, Y, Z” speeches by government officials with the mandatory surgical analysis that follows from the media and other interested parties. Although these events sometimes bring out the skeptic in us, they are an annual “institution” that, for better or worse, provides a snapshot of what’s going on in our nation, our state, our cities or townships.

     
  • We are called to give witness to our Catholic faith.

    This simple, yet profound, truth is at the heart of the 2014 Annual Catholic Appeal set to kick-off in all parishes the weekend of Feb. 15-16.

  • Bishop O'Connell's State of the Diocese Report for 2014

    At this time of year, we hear from our government leaders about the “State of the Union,” the “State of the State,” and so forth.  The Diocese of Trenton is no exception and, so, as your Bishop, I would like to share some thoughts on the “State of the Diocese.”

  • State of the Diocese Report 2014

    At this time of year, we hear from our government leaders about the “State of the Union,” the “State of the State,” and so forth.  The Diocese of Trenton is no exception and, so, as your Bishop, I would like to share some thoughts on the “State of the Diocese.”

  • To better prepare all of the faithful to expand their awareness and ability to respond, the Diocese of Trenton has launched the Catholic Advocacy Network, a web-based initiative that will equip members of the Diocese with information and alerts relating to the full range of issues covered within Catholic social teaching. The network is intended to familiarize users with legislative issues and social action needs communicated by the national and state bishops’ conferences or other authoritative Church agencies.
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