number of parishes around the Diocese are welcoming new staff to oversee their religious education programs and other catechetical offerings as teaching lessons move to new models this year during the coronavirus pandemic. These catechetical leaders bring to their positions strong academic credentials, diverse experiences in ministry and an unwavering desire to bring children, men and women into a deeper relationship with Jesus. Click on the links to read about the new leaders:

Pilar Acosta, Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish, Lakewood

Michelle Angelo, St. Catharine Parish, Holmdel

Viviana Bonilla, St. Anthony of Padua Parish, Hightstown

Cindy Craft, St. Pius X Parish, Forked River

Julia Cullen, St. Mary Parish, Colts Neck

Walter Czajkowski, St. Hedwig Parish, Trenton

Kay Hetherington, St. Catherine of Siena Parish, Farmingdale

John Klarmann, Our Lady of Perpetual Parish, Maple Shade

Lisa Ann Limongello, St. James Parish, Pennington, St. George Parish, Titusville,and St. Alphonsus Parish, Hopewell

Carol Mulkeen, St. Catherine Laboure Parish, Middletown