Archdiocesan Men’s Day March 14, 2015 Volunteers needed to be ushers and for the service team. No conference registration fee for volunteers. Please email John Dalessio at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at (908) 647-0345 Go to www.rcanmenscommission.org for more information.
Festival of Praise – March 8, 2015 Join us for The Festival of Praise, a Charismatic prayer meeting, a gathering to serve the Lord through praise and worship, preaching and witnessing, fellowship and spiritual ministry. Featured Speaker: Fr. Peter Cebulka. Fr. Peter serves as Chaplain at the Catholic Center at Rutgers University , New Brunswick, and is […]
As we celebrate the profound love of the Father displayed by the sending of His Son, the Messiah and Redeemer, to the world, may your Christmas be filled with joy and peace. May you encounter Jesus, the Christ Child, anew this Christmas and throughout the year. God bless you from The People of Hope.
Join us this Advent season for a Women’s Prayer Meeting, December 3, 2014, 8 to 9:30 pm, Koinonia Academy, 1040 Plainfield Ave, Plainfield, NJ Women’s Prayer Meeting Flyer
The People of Hope is a Catholic covenant community whose members have experienced a new outpouring of the Holy Spirit in their lives through the baptism in the Holy Spirit, and have embraced charismatic spirituality in addition to traditional Catholic devotions.
The People of Hope is a recognized private association of the faithful. Members reside and worship in several dioceses and various parishes throughout New Jersey.
We are a community who want to respond to the Lord Jesus Christ’s prayer to His Father on the night before He suffered, that all of His followers would be one, as He and the Father are one (John 17:21). As a result, we have covenanted ourselves to Him and to one another, in association with thousands of our fellow Catholics throughout the world.
Inspired by accounts in The Acts of the Apostles (2:44-47 and 4:32-35), we desire to imitate their way of life in today’s Catholic American culture. Our common life consists of prayer, worship, sharing of resources, and assisting one another, in order to attain the highest ideals of the gospel and Church teaching. Members pursue a living union with Christ through:
- Regular prayer
- Study of Sacred Scripture
- Frequent participation in the sacraments, especially the Eucharist
Moreover, members strive for a relationship with one another characterized by active sacrificial love and a shared life as a basis of a life of mission. While it is the community’s covenant and way of life flowing from its statutes, teachings, and agreements that give it a certain amount of cohesion, it is love that binds our members together to participate in this particular expression of the gospel within the Catholic Church.