37th Annual Red Mass
The 37th Annual Red Mass was held on Friday, September 24, 2021 at the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart, Newark, New Jersy.
Named from the red vestments used in celebrating the Mass and from the red robes worn by judges in the Middle Ages, the Red Mass is celebrated at the beginning of the judicial year to invoke God’s blessing and guidance in the administration of justice. The 2021 honoree recipient of the St. Thomas More Medal, The Honorable Joseph A. (Drew) Dickson U.S.M.J. (retired) ’81 was joined by gift presenters Susan A. Feeney, Jeralyn Lawrence ’96, and Eileen M. O’Connor ’88 (not pictured), and readers Patrick D. Tobia ’85 and the 2020 Red Mass honoree, K. Anthony Thomas ’95. View photos.
Annual Red Mass Photo Album (9/24/21)
For information about Red Mass, please contact the Office of Alumni and Development or Lori Thimmel, Executive Director of Alumni Relations at 973-642-8711 or [email protected].
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