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State final rematch on volleyball schedule this week

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Here are the girls’ game this week. Read more »

Sals look for revenge for only 2013 football setback

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Here are the boys’ game for the week. Read more »

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Bishop Malooly announces the following appointments:

 

Retirement

Rev. Msgr. J. Thomas Cini, VG, has requested and been granted retirement effective Oct. 1, 2014. Monsignor Cini is appointed Special Assistant to the Bishop with the title of Vicar General with residence at St. Joseph on the Brandywine, Wilmington.

Official Appointments

Very Rev. Steven P. Hurley, VG, STL is appointed Moderator of the Curia and Vicar General for the Diocese of Wilmington, effective immediately. This appointment is in addition to his ministry as Pastor of St. Thomas the Apostle Parish, Wilmington.

Very Rev. Timothy M. Nolan, VC is appointed to oversee the offices of Vocations, Deacons and Institutional Chaplains with the title of Vicar for Clergy for the Diocese of Wilmington, effective immediately. This appointment is in addition to his ministry as Pastor of Corpus Christi Parish, Wilmington.

Robert Krebs is appointed Chancellor for the Diocese of Wilmington, effective immediately. This is in addition to his position as Communication Director for the Diocese of Wilmington.

Sister Ann David Strohminger, OSF is appointed Delegate for Religious of the Diocese of Wilmington effective Oct. 20, 2014.

Rev. Joseph W. McQuaide IV is appointed Vice Chancellor and Coordinator for the Office of Worship for the Diocese of Wilmington, effective immediately. This appointment is in addition to his ministry as Associate Pastor of Holy Cross Parish, Dover, and Immaculate Conception Parish, Marydel, Md.

Other Official Appointments

Louis DeAngelo, Ed.D. is appointed Secretary of the Department of Catholic Education for the Diocese of Wilmington, effective immediately. This appointment is in addition to his position as the Superintendent of Catholic Schools.

Kelly Anne Donahue is appointed Secretary to the newly created Department of Human Resources for the Diocese of Wilmington, effective immediately. This appointment is in addition to her position as Director of Human Resources. Most Rev. W. Francis Malooly Bishop of Wilmington

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New Diocesan organizational chart

September 24th, 2014 Posted in Our Diocese, Uncategorized

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Bishop Malooly restructures diocesan offices to serve parishes more efficiently

September 24th, 2014 Posted in Featured, Our Diocese, Uncategorized

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Names Msgr. Cini his special assistant, Father Hurley his moderator of the curia,

 Krebs named first lay chancellor

Bishop Malooly has announced a restructuring of the diocesan curia, the offices that implement the diocese’s mission.

During a Mass for diocesan employees at St. Joseph Church in Middletown on Sept. 23, the bishop announced the changes that include personnel appointments and realignment of some offices on the diocese’s organizational chart.

Bishop Malooly told The Dialog that the restructuring is meant to “provide the best services we can to our parishes and other institutions.”

“Over these past few years we’ve had less staff as a result of the assets we have available. We’re trying to redefine a way to be more efficient.” Read more »

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Pandas edge St. Thomas More in field hockey matchup

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MAGNOLIA — Lindsey Dann scored twice, including the game-winner with 8:12 to go in the game, as Padua defeated St. Thomas More, 2-1, in field hockey Tuesday afternoon in Magnolia. With the win, Padua improved to 5-0 on the season.

After a scoreless first half, Dann found the back of the net in the first minute of the second half to give Padua the lead. St. Thomas More tied things up with 14:06 to go on a goal by Maria McGloin before Dann’s second tally.

Padua’s next game is Monday at 3:45 at home against Delaware Military Academy. The Pandas play at Forbes Field, which is located at the intersection of Thompson Bridge and Woodlawn roads. St. Thomas More fell to 2-1. The Ravens will host Wilmington Christian on Friday at 4 p.m.

Padua's Lindsey Dann controls the ball while St. Thomas More's Marinelle Zarraga defends. Dann scored both Padua goals in a 2-1 win Tuesday afternoon. (The Dialog/Jason Minto Photography)

Padua’s Lindsey Dann controls the ball while St. Thomas More’s Marinelle Zarraga defends. Dann scored both Padua goals in a 2-1 win Tuesday afternoon. (The Dialog/Jason Minto Photography)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth McMahon of St. Thomas More has the inside step on Padua's Samantha Haines. (The Dialog/Jason Minto Photography)

Elizabeth McMahon of St. Thomas More has the inside step on Padua’s Samantha Haines. (The Dialog/Jason Minto Photography)

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Battle of unbeatens in field hockey among girls highlights for the week

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The girls’ schedules continue with a week with some Catholic schools going head-to-head. Read more »

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Sals soccer matchup highlights week of boys athletics

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This week includes many good high school soccer and football matches with Catholic schools. Let’s start with soccer.

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Sals improve to 2-1 with 21-7 win over Concord

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WILMINGTON – Concord looked to be in control of Saturday night’s game against Salesianum at sold-out Baynard Stadium, as its defense stopped the Sals cold in the first half. But No. 2 Salesianum rWORD at halftime, storming back for a 21-7 victory.

The fifth-ranked Raiders, who thrashed Dover the previous week, took advantage of an early turnover to take a quick lead. Brian Dennis scored on a 17-yard run with 7:44 to play in the first quarter. His score came after quarterback Austin Coughenour kept the drive alive with a 16-yard completion on fourth and 15. Read more »

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St. Mark’s products making a difference for W.Va. college football program

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Two St. Mark’s products are helping a Division II university off to a fast start in 2014.

Jeffrey Ziemba, a 2012 graduate of St. Mark’s High School who is the starting quarterback at Shepherd University in West Virginia, is showing Rams fans the same form he did in leading St. Mark’s to the 2010 Division I state title.

Ziemba, a sophomore, completed all 14 of his pass attempts in a 56-0 victory over Fairmont State last Saturday in Shepherdstown. He threw for 262 yards and a touchdown, and he also ran the ball three times for 22 yards. The week before, in the season opener, Ziemba completed 17 of 25 passes for 204 yards and two touchdowns. His completion percentage for the season is 79.5 percent. Shepherd is 2-0.

In the game against Fairmont State, Ziemba’s classmate, running back Jabre Lolley, ran for 78 yards on just nine carries. He ran for touchdowns of one, 11 and 16 yards. Lolley has carried 23 times for 131 yards (5.7 per attempt) and five scores in the Rams’ first two games. He also has one pass reception for two yards.

The Rams, members of the Mountain East Conference, are ranked 11th in NCAA Division II by the American Football Coaches Association, one spot behind West Chester University. They return to action Saturday at noon at Urbana (Ohio).

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