A message from Bishop David M. O’Connell, C.M.
One of the greatest contributions of the Catholic Church in our country remains the establishment of Catholic schools. Millions of young Catholics (and numerous non-Catholics) have been educated in Catholic schools since the very foundation of the United States. In the Diocese of Trenton, “Catholic Schools Have It All” and are committed to excellence in academics including subjects such as science, technology, engineering and math, as well as in the arts and athletics. And there’s something students can’t learn in public schools — a devotion to Christ and formation of their Catholic faith.
Las escuelas católicas lo tienen todo
Una de las mayores contribuciones de la Iglesia Católica en nuestro país sigue siendo el establecimiento de las escuelas católicas. Millones de católicos jóvenes (además de numerosos que no fueron católicos) han sido educados en escuelas católicas desde la misma fundación de los Estados Unidos. En la Diócesis de Trenton, “Las Escuelas Católicas Lo Tienen Todo” y están comprometidas a una excelencia en lo académico que incluye materias como las ciencias, la tecnología, la ingeniería y las matemáticas, además de excelencia en los artes y los deportes. Y hay algo importante que les falta a los estudiantes en escuelas públicas en cuanto su educación – una devoción a Cristo y formación en su fe católica.
Catholic Schools: Something To Believe In
2017 Catholic Schools Day of Service
2016 Diocese of Trenton Catholic Athletes for Christ Conference
Day of Service in St. Charles Borromeo School, Cinnaminson
Day of Service in St. Joseph School, Toms River
Holy Innocents School, Neptune
St. Paul School, Princeton
Catholic Athletes for Christ
After nearly 40 years of whistles, playbooks, workouts in the summer heat, X’s and O’s, and game planning, Dan Duddy will have a little more free time next fall. But the recently-retired head coach of Donovan Catholic High School’s football team won’t measure the success of his tenure by wins and losses. For Duddy, serving as coach wasn’t just about learning a game. It was about building up — and exhibiting — virtue.
Our Lady of Sorrows School, Mercerville
A Commitment to the Mission w/ Fr. Jakub (extras from JPII school)
St. Benedict School, Holmdel
Trenton Catholic Academy
Catholic Schools Mass
Bishop David M. O’Connell, C.M. celebrates the annual Catholic Schools Mass at St. Mary of the Assumption Cathedral in Trenton, NJ on October 15, 2015.
“When families invest in Catholic education, they are not only investing in their child, they are really setting up a legacy that will benefit not only their child, but their children’s children and beyond.” — Dr. Edward Gere, principal, Donovan Catholic High School
Father Michael T. McClane, pastor of St. Gregory the Great Parish, Hamilton Square, explains how a shared faith contributes to school pride in St. Gregory the Great Academy. Students of the academy, a National Blue Ribbon School, and all diocesan schools are “supported by a community of faith and love,” just one way Catholic Schools Have It All in the Diocese of Trenton.
Pope John Paul II Regional School, Willingboro, NJ, video spotlight.
Students and faculty at Sacred Heart School in Mt. Holly, NJ talk about the new Computer Science Robotics class.
St. Peter School Day of Service May 1, 2015
St. Peter School, Point Pleasant Beach, honored first responders and made gifts for nursing home residents as part of the inaugural Catholic Schools Do It All Day of Service on May 1. About 9,000 students, representing 30 Catholic elementary schools and two high schools in the Diocese of Trenton, took part in the Day of Service, a spin-off of the diocesan awareness campaign, “Catholic Schools Have It All.”