When men from around the Diocese gather for the annual Catholic Men for Jesus Christ Rally this year, it won’t be for just a day, but an entire weekend.
This year, because of the pandemic restrictions, the rally will not be held in-person but virtually from Feb. 19-21. Highlights of the event, according to organizers, include more than 50 speakers, many of whom are nationally and internationally known, who will address topics including “The Idolatry of Sports;” “Leaving Boyhood Behind: Rights of Passage and the Crisis of Maturity,” and “Your God Is Too Boring.”
Participants will also have an opportunity to attend a virtual pre-recorded Mass celebrated by Bishop David M. O’Connell, C.M.
For more information, visit catholicmenforjesuschrist.org. To register for the rally, visit go.virtualcatholicconference.com/NCM2021?r_done.
Each year, the Diocese of Trenton undergoes an audit of its financial statements by an independent public accounting firm.
For fiscal year 2020, the Diocese of Trenton reported a decrease in total net assets of $0.6 million, compared to a decrease of $11.8 million in fiscal year 2019. The net decrease in fiscal year 2020 was due primarily to the impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on operations. The net decrease in fiscal year 2019 included approximately $10.9 million from increased insurance program expenses, most of which relate to potential costs for misconduct cases, compared to a decrease in insurance program expenses of approximately $9.0 million in fiscal year 2020.
For more on the Annual Report, click here.