SCHOOL SPIRIT • Julia Gethard and Andrew D’Arcy, students in St. Joseph School, Toms River, recorded an interview with Domestic Church Radio during Catholic Schools Week, speaking about how their Catholic school experience has shaped their faith. Courtesy photo
Students of the Diocese of Trenton had a chance to bring their enthusiasm for Catholic schools to the airwaves during Catholic Schools Week, recording interviews with Domestic Church Media. More ... Thursday, February 9, 2017
Around 500 students packed the gymnasium of St. Mary School, Middletown, filling the bleachers as they stomped their feet to the chant “Let’s Go Teachers” in anticipation of the annual student-faculty volleyball game.
When it comes to the vocation of priesthood, Father Daniel Swift doesn’t just plant ideas in the minds and hearts of young men, he gives them practical experiences from which they can learn. More ... Saturday, February 4, 2017
While members of the freshman, sophomore and senior classes remained at home, Donovan Catholic High School, Toms River, held its junior students’ retreat Feb. 3. The theme of this year’s retreat, “Open Hearts, Open Hands: The Journey to Christ,” allowed students to deepen connections with each other and their teachers, discussing timely issues pertinent to today’s youth. More ... Saturday, February 4, 2017
Catholic Schools Week drew to a memorable close for the St. Peter School community in Point Pleasant Beach Feb. 3 – the Feast of St. Blaise – as Bishop David M. O’Connell, C.M., blended educational accolades with ancient tradition, blessing the academic endeavors of the students and their throats as well. More ... Friday, February 3, 2017
WASHINGTON, D.C.—To mark the beginning of Catholic Schools Week, beginning January 29, and running through Feb. 3, U.S. Representatives Chris Smith (R-NJ) and Dan Lipinski (D-IL) announced Jan. 30 the introduction of H. Res. 57, “Supporting the Contributions of Catholic Schools,” a celebration and show of support for Catholic schools around New Jersey and the nation. More ... Wednesday, February 1, 2017
This Catholic Schools Week offers a special opportunity to hear from diocesan Catholic school students in their own voices.
Domestic Church Media, home of four radio stations that cover large portions of New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Staten Island, is offering special programming Jan. 31 – Feb. 3, featuring interviews with students throughout their listening area, including kids from the Diocese of Trenton.
During the Mass of the Holy Spirit that he celebrated Jan. 31 in the Dorothy Marron University Community Chapel of Georgian Court University, Lakewood, Bishop David M. O'Connell, C.M., shared a pointed message on how faith and conviction can make a difference in real life. More ... Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Motorists traveling on the southbound side of the bustling Route 130 the morning of Jan. 30 couldn’t help but notice the large, brightly lit sign near the entrance to Holy Cross Academy, Delran, declaring “Welcome – Bishop O’Connell – Catholic Schools Week.” More ... Monday, January 30, 2017
Mater Dei Prep high school will hold its signature fundraising event, the Seraph Strong Gala, Feb. 11 at the Shadowbrook estate, Shrewsbury. The annual event typically raises almost $75,000, with the money used to enhance academic programs and facilities at the Middletown school. More ... Friday, January 27, 2017
Technology and its accompanying devices have cropped up in nearly every corner of our lives, offering both connectivity and convenience, but also exposing online users to unseen threats. Cybercrime – any illegal activity carried out by means of computers or the Internet – is on the rise globally, and according to industry resources, more than 200 billion devices are estimated to be at risk by the year 2020. More ... Friday, January 27, 2017