Welcome to the website of the Center for Spirituality at the New Jersey Reentry Corporation! We are delighted to have you join us on this transformational journey towards personal growth and spiritual exploration. At the Center we understand that the process of reentry can be disheartening, challenging, and complex. That’s why we have created a space dedicated to supporting formerly incarcerated individuals, returning veterans, and people living with addictions on their paths to spiritual growth.
We invite you to explore the website to learn more about the spiritual direction, pastoral counseling/listening, soul care and other programs that are available to you. The Center is here to support you as you navigate the complexities of life, cultivate your spirituality, nurture your soul in your transition to family, community, and a future grounded in wholeness and hope.
We are thrilled to embark on this transformative journey with you at the Center for Spirituality. May this be a place where you find healing and peace, your spirit finds nourishment, and your true self is reverenced and embraced.
is the Director of Faith-Based Initiatives at the NJRC Corporation. He has served as an Ordained Minister and Pastor of a large Catholic Community in Central New Jersey. He has over 46 years in various ministry positions. He holds a B.A. Degree in Theology, STB in Theology, A Master’s Degree in Divinity from St. Mary’s Seminary and University and a Master’s Degree in Education form Boston College. He has done post-graduate work at Boston College and Fordham University.
It’s Summer, for many people it’s a time to slow down, take a vacation, go on a picnic, or spend more time with family and friends. Summer can also be a time for heat and humidity, storms and fires, droughts and dry spells. If we’re honest, the summertime can bring about more violence on the streets, more guns and mass shootings, heated tempers and bruised hearts. This summer our nation seems to be experiencing a resurgence of hate and racism, antisemitism, a distain for immigrants and our politics has become so hostile and conflicted. Some of this anger and discord is spilling over into religions and faith communities.