Cornerstone is a beautiful retreat experience, a time to revitalize your relationship with God, renew your own spirit and bond with other women through a combination of quiet reflection and prayer, and the sharing of one’s faith journey with others.Over the last year faith-filled women of our parish have formed a team that is preparing to offer a Women’s Cornerstone Retreat experience on November 15 & 16, 2019.

On Cornerstone Weekend, you will spend time in a relaxed atmosphere with other women of faith. During the weekend, some of our Cornerstone Team Members will give talks followed by discussion. It’s a very casual atmosphere and you may share in the discussion as much or as little as you like.

Over the course of the weekend, you will form friendships, multiply your joys, divide your sorrows and lift up your heart. There will be a number of opportunities to examine your relationship with God, your family and others in your life. Most of all, it’s an opportunity to be inspired, revitalized and spiritually uplifted.

Cornerstone Weekend is Friday, November 15th from 6:30 PM to 10:30 PM and Saturday, November 16th from 8:30 AM and concludes with the 5:30 PM Mass in Church.

For questions or further information email us at or call us at 973-779-6200.

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Participation fees is $50.

For Assistance - Call Donna Scancarella 973-779-6200


“I thought the retreat was well planned and timed for all the activities. I loved the talks by the women sharing their life stories and the keepsakes. I wish we had more time. I felt our faith throughout the retreat and that was important to me. Great job!!!”

“I felt the retreat was well organized, everyone was friendly and helpful…very welcoming atmosphere, all of the witness talks were so moving so heartfelt… ..the Holy Spirit was with us! It was a wonderful experience for me. The only suggestion is to have a tissue box on every table!”
“I had a great experience and a great sense of community which I hope will grow. I liked attending the retreat in my own parish. Now, I will see familiar faces when I go to Sunday Mass.”