Adult Enrichment

The Office of Adult Enrichment recognizes the gifts and unique needs of maturing adults and seeks to offer customized resources and programs to enhance spiritual enrichment for maturing adults through prayer, education and service. The goals of this ministry are:

  • To affirm and challenge mature people, acknowledging their experience, knowledge and wisdom and recognizing that interdependence within our generation and between generations is a true Gospel value
  • To form a perspective that views maturing persons as active participants in contributing to the Church life and mission in meeting the spiritual needs of its members
  • To develop ministries in parishes that encourages and facilitates the contributions of mature adults as well as their personal spiritual enrichment

Apologetics using the Catechism of the Catholic Church

Wednesdays, October 23, 2019 - March 4, 2020     10:00 AM - 11:30 Am

(There will be no classes on November 27, December 18, December 25 and January 1)

Teacher:  Fr. Glenn J. Comandini, S.T.D 

St. John Neumann Pastoral Center, 146 Metlars Lane, Piscataway, New Jersey


Join Fr. Gregory Uhrig for an exploration of the enduring power of Vatican II’s teachings in our day. The course will be held on four consecutive Wednesdays from 10 am. – 11 a.m., beginning August 8. Based on a video series entitled Vatican II and the Church of the Third Millennium with Dr. Richard R. Gaillardetz, Ph.D., this course will offer an opportunity to reflect on and discuss the challenges facing the Catholic Church today. There is no charge to attend. 
Dr. Gaillardetz is a professor of systematic theology at Boston College. He received his Ph.D. in systematic theology from the University of Notre Dame and is currently the president of the Catholic Theological Society of America. He has written numerous articles and 10 books on matters of ecclesiology, the Second Vatican Council, and the Magisterium. 
The following four sessions are part one of a two-part series. The second part of the course will take place in November. 
Part One Sessions: 
August 8: The Church before the Council 
August 15: Preparation for the Council 
August 22: The priesthood of the faithful 
August 29: A pilgrim Church 
If you would like to register, contact Fr. Gregory Uhrig at (732) 529-7933 or email

You may attend all of these classes or those that are of interest to you.

For questions concerning registration, please call 732-562-1543 or