Posts From Carmela Malerba

Back to homepage
Latest News

CAP sessions announced for October

The Office of Child and Youth Protection is announcing CAP (Child Assault Prevention) sessions. CAP is the safe environment training program for adults who have regular contact with minors. Attendance

Sports News

Pro football players share their faith at men’s conference

By Peter G. Sánchez GLASSBORO — On Oct. 29, 1974, Kevin Reilly experienced the highest of highs. The Delaware native, starting at special teams for the Philadelphia Eagles football team,

Sports News

Ball control

In girls’ high school soccer, visiting Bishop Eustace (Pennsauken) defeated the home team Camden Catholic (Cherry Hill), 3-0 on Sept. 11. Above, members of the Crusaders and Irish fight for
Sports News

Defense!

In high school football, St. Joseph (Hammonton) defeated St. Augustine Prep (Richland) 36-6, in Hammonton on Sept.13. Above, a St. Augustine defender tries to stop a member of the Wildcats.Photo
Latest News

‘Never forget’

Robert McCormack, a member of North Wildwood’s VFW 5941, salutes the American flag during the 9/11 remembrance held Sept. 11 at the North Wildwood firehouse. Cape Trinity Catholic School and
Español/Spanish

Normas para la protección ahora en español

La Oficina de Protección de Niños y Jóvenes tiene el placer de anunciar que las Normas para la Protección de Niños y Jóvenes ahora han sido traducidas al español. Estos

Español/Spanish

Protection standards available in Spanish

The Office of Child and Youth Protection is pleased to announce that the Standards for the Protection of Children and Young People has now been translated into Spanish. These documents

Catholic School News

School organizes service projects on 9/11anniversary

Students of St. Michael the Archangel Regional School, Clayton, organized service projects for its Sept. 11 tribute. There was a memorial created of all the names of the people who

Catholic Schools

Welcome back to school prayer service

Teachers at St. Michael the Archangel School in Clayton blessed their students with holy water during a welcome back to school prayer service on Sept. 5. Above, students Xiomara Forster