Hoboken Church Saints Peter and Paul recognize 125 years

The Catholic Community of Saints Peter and Paul, Hoboken, is celebrating 125 years of faith and service. In commemoration of the anniversary, the parish sponsored a gala dinner this past May 8 at the Chart House Restaurant in Weehawken. The 125th anniversary celebration of this Hoboken church distinguished three outstanding individuals whose lifework is focused on service to others and the greater community.

Jaclyn Cherubini, Executive Director of The Hoboken Shelter, accepted the Servant Leader Award, Jack Raslowsky, President, the Xavier High School in New York City was lauded with an Education award and Claire Stickel, Longtime and Beloved Teacher of Hoboken Public Schools was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award.

The evening convened over 230 attendees, including Coadjutor Archbishop of Newark, Bernard Hebda who joined in the celebration by partaking in a silent auction and wine pull that helped to benefit The Hoboken Shelter.

Hoboken Church Saints Peter and Paul celebrate 125 years

In the photo above: Jaclyn Cherubini (right), Executive Director of The Hoboken Shelter accepts the Servant Leader Award from Msgr Robert Meyer (center), Pastor of Ss Peter and Paul and Louis Scarpa (Left), SPP Development Director. (Photo: Max Colas)