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*formally referred to C.C.D. or religious education

This Fall, Family Faith Formation at St. Aedan’s Church will occur online through two monthly class meetings on Zoom. Additionally, once a month students and parents/guardians will attend the 1 PM Family Mass. After Mass, the parents/guardians will be gathered in the front of the Church and the students in the back. Parents/guardians will be provided with a reflection project to be done at home as a family faith exercise in the next month. The students will review and share lessons covered in their classes over the last month. The afternoon Family Faith Moment will end with food & fellowship in the vestibule of the Church. 

Registration Process

1. Registration for the program will start July 6, 2024 and run until August 15, 2024.

2. When registering as a new or old student, a parent or guardian MUST:

  • Complete the St. Aedan’s Family Faith Formation online registration by clicking below.

3. REGISTRATION FEES. Payment is through Parish Giving as part of the registration process using the button above.

  • 1 child - $60 if registered by August 15. $85 if registered on August 16 or later.

  • 3 or more children- $150 if registered by August 15. $175 if registered on August 16 or later

  • Last day of registration is August 31, 2024. No submission will be  accepted after this date.

No student will be placed in a class and be able to begin the program until all of the above registration steps have been completed and payment has been received. 

Archdiocese of Newark
Digital communication policy 


The Archdiocese of Newark continues to serve the young people of St. Aedan’s Church of Jersey City, N.J.


Parish program facilitators will deliver virtual programming and content for its participants, through online platforms. The program(s) will use software, tools, and applications provided by third-parties that participants, parents/legal guardians, volunteers and/or staff will access via the internet and use for purposes of communication, programming, and potential content creation. These platforms may include but are not limited to: Google Classroom, GoToMeeting, Webex, and Zoom.


To enroll in any of these programs, you must provide your consent and release for your child to participate in these online applications for distance-based, virtual program purposes. Please be aware that each application collects different information about its users and has its own privacy terms and conditions to which members must adhere and which parish or diocese cannot control or assume responsibility. Please review these carefully before registering your child.


Our commitment to keeping the children and youth we serve safe is always our number one priority. To that end, we will actively monitor participant activity of children while engaged in our digital learning platforms. It is parents’ responsibility to monitor their child’s internet usage as a whole, including their use of any internet sites that are outside of our digital learning platforms. All online activities contemplated hereunder must also comply with the Archdiocese of Newark Safe Environment Protocols and must also follow any use requirements developed by the Archdiocese of Newark and/or the Department for the Protection of the Faithful.

Contact information 


For any questions or concerns about Family Faith Formation, please call the parish office at (201) 433 6800 during office hours, or email Mark Baltazar, coordinator of Family Faith Formation, at



The Archdiocese takes very seriously any and all allegations of misconduct by members of the clergy, Religious and lay staff of the Archdiocese.  We encourage anyone with knowledge of an act of misconduct to inform us immediately so that we may take appropriate action to protect others and provide support to victims of sexual abuse and other misconduct. 


Individuals who wish to report an allegation of sexual misconduct may do so by calling Karen Clark, the Director of the Department for the Protection of the Faithful at 973-497-4254.  Victims in need of assistance should call the Archdiocesan Victim Assistance Coordinator at (201) 407-3256. They are also encouraged to call the Attorney General of NJ Clergy Abuse Hotline at 855-363-6548.   

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