Applications for food grants will be available in July and must be submitted on or before September 30, 2020. An updated application form will be posted in July.
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Monsignor Joseph Kerrigan the former director of CCST for 10 years joined the Monks at Mepkin Abbey in South Carolina. A farewell Mass was held last Jan.6, 2020 at Sacred Heart Church in New Brunswick attended by Bishop Paul Gregory Bootkoski, Msgr. Willian Benwell, priests, deacons, family, friends and parihsioners of Holy Family Parish. Msgr. Joe initiated various projects locally and internationally such as the India Project, Philippines-Rehabilitation Project for Typhoon Haiyan victims, Lebanon Project, CCHD, CRS Rice Bowl and many more to mention.
On behalf of CCST, we thank you Msgr. Joe for your 10 years of leadership. We will continue what you have started and will help our poor brothers and sisters.
Our CCST delegates are traveling to Guatemala starting July 23-30, 2018. The goal of this trip is to visit the scholarship program recipients, deliver bag packs and site inspections of water projects in San Antonito and Las Flores.
Let us keep Sr. Ruth Bolarte, Karen Castellon and Tris Scalese in our prayers.
Click below for the May 2016 edition of the CCST newsletter, with updates from our work here and abroad.
CCST Leaders met on August 10 to review current activity and plot the course for future action. Click on the meeting notes here.
The Metuchen Diocese's CCST newsletter for CRS Rice Bowl 2015 provides a quick summary of the program in general and in the Metuchen Diocese. Read up and participate this year.
The October Faith in Action newsletter of the Diocese of Metuchen is found at the link below. There is an essay on solidarity by Msgr. Kerrigan, and a wrap-up of the recent CCST trip to the Philippines.
Here is the latest information from CCST
Click the attachment to read about CCST's new direction and global solidarity training workshops which took place in September 2014 in Piscataway.