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Pandas shut out Archmere as Cunningham limits Auks to six hits

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CLAYMONT – Abby Cunningham fired a six-hit shutout, and Padua rebounded from a loss on Saturday with a 6-0 win in nonconference softball over Archmere on May 1 in Claymont. Read more »

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Girls sports continue march toward postseason in very busy week

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We’ve reached the first week of May, and as the spring sports postseason nears there are a lot of important games on the schedule. Read more »

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Boys sports enter the stretch run as May arrives

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The first week of May brings many key matchups on the boys scene as the regular season winds down. Read more »

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Bishop honors 80 seniors with St. Francis de Sales medals

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Bishop Malooly presented the St. Francis de Sales Award medal to 10 seniors from each Catholic high school in the diocese at a Mass and convocation April 24 at St. Anthony of Padua Church in Wilmington. The award recognizes the students for excellence in faith development, scholarship, service, leadership and citizenship.

The medal features St. Francis de Sales, the patron saint of the Diocese of Wilmington, on one side and the invocation, “St. Francis de Sales, pray for us” on the reverse.

Archmere Academy: Liam Delaney, Matthew Groum, Jacqueline Kraft, Catherine Lawless, Alison Lobo, Danel Matranga, Olivia O’Dwyer, Blake Parker, Keelin Reilly, JaNyiah Rothwell.

Padua Academy: Jessica Bridge, Darby Deutsch, Helen Drees, Brynna Gaffney, Amanda Haggarty, Hannah Jacobs, Kalani Picho, Gabriella Santacecilia, Brooklynn Stoupa, Emily Stuebing.

St. Elizabeth High School: Abigayle Gant, David Hazelton Jr., Johnathan Hendricks, Brandon Holly, Kevin Marchioni, Megan McLaughlin, Madelynn Norris, Joseph Pritchard, Alyssa San Diego, Kellen Sweeney.

St. Mark’s High School: Elizabeth Danberg, Meredith Fish, Brianna Jubb, Claudia Kacmarcik, Christopher Ludman, Julia Pala, Nicholas Pautler, Matthew Smith, Karina Tramont, Joseph White.

St. Thomas More Academy: Vincent Ains, Ana Bole, Gillian Crawford, Esther Dawley, Michael Kosior, Kyla Lavender, Patrick Magee, Noel Majka, Sarah Pool, Israel Rudinoff.

Ss. Peter and Paul High School: Adam Alderfer, Berkley Andrews, Laura Dennison, Jennifer Douglas, Clare Kelly, Michael McCormack, Julius Rees, Mimi Sanford, Katie Schisler, Jonathon Singelstad.

Salesianum School: Steven Banko, Davar Bost, Thomas Cellucci, Cole Ciber, John Doordan, Liam Haffey, Kyle Heiss, James McFate, Kevin Palena, John Villec.

Ursuline Academy: Elizabeth Barnett, Morgan Blasetto, Celina Ceballos, Marie Dickson, Nina Kegelman, Francesca Kokoszka, Maria Mathew, Julianna Salak, Madeline Tallman, Mengqi Tuo.

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Collection to support retired priests of the diocese set for May 21, 22

April 30th, 2017 Posted in Our Diocese, Vocations

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A special collection to benefit the Diocesan Priests’ Retirement Fund will be held in parishes in the Diocese of Wilmington the weekend of May 21 and 22. The annual collection began in 2015 to supplement the fund due to growing priest pension needs.

“Currently, about 30 percent of our diocesan priests are retired; with many more either approaching retirement age, or working well past the age of retirement,” said Bishop Malooly. “It is our obligation to assure that these men, who have dedicated their lives to care for the spiritual needs of the people of our diocese, are taken care of in their golden years. I ask our people to be generous, and to pray for our aged priests, and pray for increased vocations to the priesthood.”

Since its inception, the special collection has added over $160,000 to the Diocesan Priests’ Retirement fund.

 

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Meet four retired priests of the Diocese of Wilmington: 

http://www.cdow.org/help-the-retired-priests-of-the-diocese-of-wilmington-on-may-21st/

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Pandas’ comeback falls short in lacrosse battle at Caravel

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BEAR – Padua’s lacrosse team fought back from eight goals down, but the Pandas fell to Caravel, 19-16, on April 27. Senior Olivia Duarte led the Buccaneers with 10 goals, while classmate Lauren Phillips added seven. Read more »

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Cunningham pitches Padua past No. 5 Red Lion (and adds RBI single)

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PIKE CREEK – Senior Abby Cunningham pitched a six-hitter, striking out eight and driving in the only run as the seventh-ranked Padua Pandas defeated No. 5 Red Lion Christian, 1-0, on April 27.

The Lions had a early chance in the first inning as Julia Thuer lead off the game with a ground-rule double. Cunningham struck out the next two batters and got opposing pitcher Taylor Beres to pop out to her to end the threat. Read more »

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‘Healing presence’ after a broken marriage

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Judicial Vicar sees the role of the Tribunal as working sympathetically with those seeking an annulment

When Pope Francis streamlined the Tribunal process through which divorced Catholics may acquire an annulment, many hailed it as a breakthrough in how the Catholic Church works with people whose marriages have failed.

Father Mark Mealey, who heads the Tribunal for the Diocese of Wilmington, believes the new procedures announced in December 2016 have speeded the process — cases within the diocese now are usually resolved within six months — and ensured that the proceedings are not financially prohibitive. Read more »

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Late surge lifts DMA past Auks in Diamond State softball

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CLAYMONT – Delaware Military Academy broke open a tie game with four runs in the sixth inning and two more in the seventh and took a 10-4 decision at Archmere in Diamond State Athletic Conference softball on April 27 in Claymont.

Archmere pitcher Kayla Murray had retired six consecutive Seahawks heading into the sixth, but the DMA bats came alive. Ashley Conaty led off with a single just over the infield, and Clare Henry and Rachel Savini each bunted for a single to load the bases. Kayla Frazer singled sharply to left field to score two, and, after one batter was retired, Nicole Elliott tripled down the left-field line to plate Savini and Frazer. Just like that, it was 8-4. Read more »

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Solidarity and love across borders

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Ss. Peter and Paul parishioners share their love with the people of Los Santos Reyes Parish in Guatemala

EASTON, Md. – When Fathers James Nash and Glenn Evers decided to send a parish delegation to the Diocese of San Marcos, Guatemala, last summer, they knew whoever went would be deeply affected by both the dire poverty and extreme faith of the people they encountered.

What they were not prepared for was how many parishioners, teachers, and school families of Ss. Peter and Paul church and school would want to be part of the delegation, or for the extent that the parish has embraced one parish and one school in Guatemala. Read more »

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