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  • The message from our Blessed Mother delivered to the children at Fatima was clear.
  • Following is a poem written by George S. Anthony of Mater Dei Prep, Middletown, shortly after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

  • The Guest Commentary in the recent issue of the Monitor (“The face of God is not just white . . . or American; Feb. 8 issue) pointed to the growing hatred, divisiveness and neglect for the poor in America and around the world.
  • While I attend Masses in other dioceses due to our traveling to see relatives in New Jersey and New York, I have come to appreciate the inspiring messages and following of the faith that I have experienced in the Diocese of Trenton, and most especially in my wonderful parish of St. Justin’s.
  • A recent U.S. Supreme Court decision (regarding the separation of Church and State) is potentially the most impactful decision on local government’s funding responsibilities for  both public and private primary and secondary schools since the 1960s.
  • Honoring diversity in religious belief
    My wife and I were disappointed when we learned that, for the first time, our community’s annual holiday concert program listed no Christmas carols.
  • I appreciate Hosffman Ospino’s dialogue in which he engaged with his six-year-old son (“Speaking about race with Hispanic children, part 1, Catholic News Service). I am an immigrant, born in Mexico, but lived also in England and Canada before coming to the U.S.
  • The following letters were penned by parents who wanted to make known how pleased they were with their childrens’ Catholic schools and teachers in the Diocese of Trenton.

  • Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito recently said that the U.S. is entering a period when its commitment to religious liberty is being tested. People vilify those of faith and cite Jefferson’s “wall of separation” as the basis for their anger.  
  • Inspired by the witness, voices at the March for Life
    I recently marched for life with many people from many states, especially one 86-year-old nun from Divine Mercy Parish (Trenton) named Sister Juanita. 

The Diocese of Trenton is committed to the initiatives outlined in the U.S. Bishop’s Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People in regard to the reporting and investigation of sexual abuse allegations involving minors.

If you have been sexually abused as a minor by a member of the clergy or anyone representing the Catholic Church, or if you know of someone who was, you can report that abuse through the diocesan Abuse Hotline.

To report the sexual abuse of minors call our hotline 1-888-296-2965 or email us at

Please note: The Diocese of Trenton reports any allegations of sexual abuse to the appropriate law enforcement agencies. Anyone with an allegation is also encouraged to provide that information to local law enforcement authorities.