Prayerful Day – Gathered for the July 5 outing in St. Patrick’s Cathedral are, from left: Father Christopher Colavito, chaplain, Holy Cross Preparatory Academy, Delran and parochial vicar of, St. Isaac Jogues Parish, Marlton, and St. John Neumann Parish, Mount Laurel; Father Roy Ballacillo, parochial vicar of , St. Mary of the Lakes Parish, Medford; Rocco Giegerich and Luke Denn of St. Mary of the Lakes Parish; Father Daniel Swift, assistant vocation director and pastor of St. Mary of the Lakes Parish; Zachary Roe of St. Mary of the Lakes Parish; Bill Clingerman, seminarian; Kyle Holler, St. Katharine Drexel Parish, Burlington; Andrei Allanigue, St. Dorothea Parish, Eatontown; Jack Pangaro, St. Dominic Parish, Brick; Marco Niro, St. Benedict Parish, Holmdel. Courtesy photo
A Mass and tour in New York City's St. Patrick Cathedral and a prayerful visit to One World Trade Center to remember those lost on Sept. 11, 2001, were highlights of a July 5 trip taken by several priests, a seminarian and seven high school students from the Diocese who might be described as “priest hopefuls.” More ... Tuesday, July 10, 2018
As part of their seminary formation and preparation for the priesthood, the Diocese’s seminarians gathered for an annual retreat, held the week of July 23 in Loyola Retreat House, Morristown. More ... Thursday, July 26, 2018
Great food and beautiful weather set the backdrop for a special summer gathering of the Diocese of Trenton’s 17 seminarians the evening of July 19.
Hosted by the Diocese on the grounds of St. John the Baptist Parish, Allentown, the picnic afforded the men, who are pursuing studies in three different seminaries, an opportunity to socialize and share their seminary experiences as they journey toward their goal of one day serving as priests for the Diocese. More ... Friday, July 20, 2018
Walt Whitman once wrote, “The art of art, the glory of expression, and the sunshine of the light of letters, is simplicity.”
The 19th century poet and essayist might well enjoy the simplicity and glorious expressions emanating from the pens, pencils and even crayons of youth in the Diocese of Trenton as they engage in the annual Seminarian Letter Project.