Cub Scout Pack 17 families took part in the second annual Peace Light ceremony spreading peace, joy and goodwill by sharing a flame that traveled all the way from Bethlehem.
Cub Scout Pack 17 members and their families took time out Saturday night to gather at Corpus Christi Church continuing in their tradition of celebrating peace, joy and goodwill during the holiday season, a message especially meaningful in the wake of the Newtown School tragedy. This is the second year the scout pack has taken part in the sharing of the Peace Light, a living flame which is distributed throughout the world traveling thousands of miles from Bethlehem. Once again John Hahn and his son Tim of Troop 15 in Glen Rock brought the Peace light to Hasbrouck Heights and sharing in their ceremony. Hahn joined the Heights scouts in lighting a candle in the church from the Peace Light flame which was kept alive via an oil lamp. The …
Plenty of plates were piled high with pasta and meatballs as supporters of the Knights of Columbus dined together Sunday evening in the Corpus Christi School cafeteria for the organization's annual pasta dinner fundraiser. Proceeds from the dinner go towards the many projects of the Knights of Columbus. The Knights themselves took part in hosting, cooking in the kitchen and serving desserts.
Two congregations came together at Corpus Christi Church on Good Friday evening to witness the youth ministry's presentation of the Living Stations of the Cross. This is the fifth year the youth ministry of Corpus Christi and its sister church Assumption of Wood-Ridge put on this presentation, Monsignor Lew Papera announced. As one of the youth ministry members said upon the start of the production, they do not re-enact these Stations as professional actors and musicias "but simply as young Christians, that we all might grow in our understanding of Christ's death on the Cross on our behalf." Deacon Anthony Liquori and band accompanied the Stations in song.