What’s happening in the Diocese of Trenton?

February 13, 2024 at 4:19 p.m.


For those who might ever wonder what might be going on in the Diocese and the wider Church, the answer is “quite a lot.” And the proof can be found in the 72 pages of The Monitor Magazine’s latest issue.

Here are some of the main highlights to check out in this issue:

  • Bishop O’Connell’s message and instruction on Lent, along with excerpts of the Pope’s message and other resources for your Lenten journey
  • The Monitor’s observance of Catholic Schools Week and tribute to our school
  • The amazing Diocesan Youth Conference, which drew 800 teens and leaders this year
  • A look back at the memorable pilgrimage to Rome experienced by many of our priests
  • A BE INSPIRED profile on one of the hidden gems of the Diocese: Mercy Sister Carole MacKenthun
  • Reports on World Marriage Day
  • Black History Month and the recent anniversary of Roe vs Wade

There’s much more to find and enjoy in this robust issue. If you are able to spend some quality time with this month’s magazine, you will be well-equipped to answer the question: “What’s happening in the Diocese of Trenton.”

Please also remember that February is Catholic Press Month, a time that asks each of us to consider how we might support Catholic journalism. There are many ways to offer that support, including subscribing; making a donation, and connecting with us on social media. Your support can be truly impactful.



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For those who might ever wonder what might be going on in the Diocese and the wider Church, the answer is “quite a lot.” And the proof can be found in the 72 pages of The Monitor Magazine’s latest issue.

Here are some of the main highlights to check out in this issue:

  • Bishop O’Connell’s message and instruction on Lent, along with excerpts of the Pope’s message and other resources for your Lenten journey
  • The Monitor’s observance of Catholic Schools Week and tribute to our school
  • The amazing Diocesan Youth Conference, which drew 800 teens and leaders this year
  • A look back at the memorable pilgrimage to Rome experienced by many of our priests
  • A BE INSPIRED profile on one of the hidden gems of the Diocese: Mercy Sister Carole MacKenthun
  • Reports on World Marriage Day
  • Black History Month and the recent anniversary of Roe vs Wade

There’s much more to find and enjoy in this robust issue. If you are able to spend some quality time with this month’s magazine, you will be well-equipped to answer the question: “What’s happening in the Diocese of Trenton.”

Please also remember that February is Catholic Press Month, a time that asks each of us to consider how we might support Catholic journalism. There are many ways to offer that support, including subscribing; making a donation, and connecting with us on social media. Your support can be truly impactful.


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