Father Vince Corso speaks a language needed in today's world. Servicecompassion, and respect are the cornerstones of his professional and personal life. Grounded in Franciscan community life for twenty years and ordained in 1980, Vince continues to minister as a married priest.

Those who approach him to discuss plans for an upcoming wedding or other service can be assured of being welcomed with open arms and respect for personal circumstances and beliefs.

As a social worker, Vince blends the tenets of psychology and spirituality, walking with others in pursuit of wholeness and intimacy. He has worked throughout the Americas in a variety of settings including Covenant House, serving homeless and runaway youth; college campus ministry; and social work and bereavement services for hospice care. He holds masters degrees in Divinity and Social Work.

Vince worked as Manager of Spiritual Care and Bereavement Services for the VNSNY Hospice Program in New York City, and continues to balance his wedding ministry with bereavement work.

He lives in Essex County, New Jersey, with his wife, Christine, and their two children.​

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A sampling of Fr. Vince's 5-star reviews:

"Vince was a pleasure to work with leading up to the wedding. He wrote a beautiful ceremony and still allowed us to tailor it to create exactly what we envisioned ..."

"The thought of finding an officiant was nerve wrecking – a stranger would play such an important role in our wedding, and in turn, our lives. After much research, we found 5 officiants we were interested in meeting. By chance, Father Vince was the first one available for a call and we never turned back. We knew immediately that he was the one ... "

"We feel so blessed to have found Father Vince for our wedding ceremony. He was amazing to work with, made the process so seamless and guided us along the way. Meeting Father Vince before hand he really too the time to get to know us and that meant a lot."

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