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  • CCDOT's Laó-Collins chosen as 'parade godmother'
    Marlene Laó-Collins, executive director for Catholic Charities, Diocese of Trenton, will be honored as “parade godmother” for the annual Puerto Rican Parade Aug. 17 in Trenton.
  • New field hockey coach for Mater Dei Prep
    Krista Portelli has been named the new head field hockey coach for Mater Dei Prep, Middletown.
  • New director of guidance for RBC
    Red Bank Catholic High School announced that Patricia Hendricks has been named the school’s new director of guidance.
  • One Nation Under God
    The Knights of Columbus Bishop Griffin Fourth Degree Assembly and the Bishop Ahr Fourth Degree Assembly proudly raised the American flag on Flag Day June 14 at the Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial in Mercer County Park, West Windsor.
  • CYO receives generous donation
    Mercer County CYO executive director, Tom Mladenetz, recently accepts a $2,500 check from Investors Bank Yardville Branch manager, Cecilee Abney.
  • Tripping the Light Fantastic
    The thespians of Red Bank Catholic High School earned accolades for their musical production of “The Drowsy Chaperone” May 22 during the 14th annual Basie Awards at Count Basie Theater, Red Bank.
  • Solving The Crime
    Forensic science students in Red Bank Catholic High School, Red Bank, tested their abilities in the field, where a mock crime scene was set to be processed and analyzed.
  • Msgr. Arnister marks 40th anniversary as a priest
    Msgr. Edward J. Arnister, pastor of St. Rose Parish, Belmar, marked the 40th anniversary of his priestly ordination May 19 with a Mass of Thanksgiving and followed by a dinner.
  • Strokes of Genius
    From first-time artists to seasoned painters, more than 30 faithful turned out May 8 for a painting fundraiser for the Rosary Altar Society in St. Joseph Parish, Toms River.From first-time artists to seasoned painters, more than 30 faithful turned out May 8 for a painting fundraiser for the Rosary Altar Society in St. Joseph Parish, Toms River.
  • Moment In History
    Fourth-graders in St. Paul School, Princeton, regaled classmates and families May 15 with their “Jersey Day” presentations on historic places of interest across the Garden State.
  • Holy Cross hosts annual math contest
    It’s not difficult to tally up the many reasons Holy Cross Prep Academy’s annual middle school mathematics competition benefits its competitors.
  • Reaching Out from Ohio to New Jersey
    For two days during their Easter break, students from Lake Catholic High School, Mentor, Ohio, participated in a New Jersey Immersion Trip where they participated in service projects in agencies around the Trenton Diocese.
  • A Little Help from My Friends
    Through the generosity of community members who wished to share the joy of Easter with others, the Mount Carmel Guild, Trenton, distributed hundreds of Easter baskets to families whose resources are limited.
  • Young chess team makes fine showing at national tournament
    Easter break held a lot of excitement for the fledgling chess team from St. Mary School, Middletown, as representatives and their families traveled to Dallas, to compete in the United States Chess Federation Junior High School National Tournament, held April 25 -28.
  • Special blessings help drive people to more faith opportunities

    As a way to spiritually gather people, Father Richard Osborn, parochial vicar of St. Mary Parish, Middletown, looks for opportunities to hold special blessing ceremonies. One such occasion would be the blessing of homes, and another is the one he held the afternoon of April 27 – the blessing of vehicles.

     
  • School's Math Club earns Gold Level Status
    Holy Cross School, Rumson, recently achieved Gold Level Status in the National Math Club.
  • Grant-ing a Wish
    PNC Bank employees presented the CYO of Mercer County with a $3,000 grant from the bank’s “Grow Up Great Program” during a recent visit to the organization’s Broad Street Center.
  • We Can Be Heroes
    Eighth-grade Confirmation candidates from Epiphany Parish, Brick, enjoy a faith exercise during the “Be the Hero” retreat, led by Zach Morris, a student in The Catholic University of America, Washington, who is earning a bachelor of arts degree in theology and religious studies with a pastoral ministry certificate.
  • NASA rep shows St. Rose students vastness of space
    When science teacher Karen Blaser came across the NASA Ambassador program, she knew immediately it would give her fifth and sixth grade students a great boost in their understanding of space.
  • Good Works For A Worthy Cause
    After work hours April 5, more than two dozen Diocesan Chancery staff members enjoyed a Friday evening of fun and fellowship when they participated in a painting fundraiser to benefit El Centro, a program of Catholic Charities, Diocese of Trenton.
  • CBA hosts 60th annual father-son 
Communion breakfast
    For 60 years, Christian Brothers Academy has upheld an annual tradition in which students and their fathers come together for Mass and breakfast.
  • St. Rose students recognized 
in regional poetry contest
    Student winners hailing from St. Rose Grammar School, Belmar, were recognized recently for their original works in the regional Catholic Daughters of the Americas Poetry Competition.
  • Candidates retreat with Our Mother
    Men who are preparing to serve as deacons in the Diocese gathered for a retreat March 9-11 in Our Lady of Czestochowa Shrine, Doylestown, Pa.
  • Rumson fifth grader wins NJNG contest
    Each year, New Jersey Natural Gas’s Conserve to Preserve program challenges students to practice energy conservation and to encourage conservation in their communities as part of their Kids and Conservation initiative.
  • Cohort parishes bond during murder mystery
    A murder happened between two parishes, but in a fun kind of way...

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 abuseline@dioceseoftrenton.org

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.