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Monsignor T. Marino

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Malvern Retreat House

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Malvern Retreat House

315 S. Warren Avenue

Malvern, Pennsylvania,19355

United States

Company Description

The Malvern Retreat House, owned and operated by Catholic laity since 1912, serves the spiritual needs of lay men and women of all ages, as well as clergy and religious of many denominations through the retreat experience. Rooted in the Gospel truths of Jesus ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Pastor

St. Denis Parish


Administrator

St. Joseph Parish


Regional Coordinator

Cardinal O'Hara High School


Principal

Little Flower


Director of Guidance

Lansdale Catholic High School


Assistant Pastor

St. Monica Parish


Affiliations

Archdiocesan

Member of the Executive Board


Archdiocese of Philadelphia

Board Member


The Institute for Community Issues

Founder


Education

Member


Education

Monsignor Bonner High School , Drexel Hill


St. Pius X Parish Elementary School


Sociology

St. Joseph's University


Masters of Arts degree

Sociology

Temple University


Masters of Divinity degree

St. Charles Borromeo Seminary


Web References(13 Total References)


Malvern Retreat House - The nation's oldest and largest Catholic retreat center - Holy Spirit

malvernretreat.com [cached]

Reverend Monsignor Joseph T. Marino attended Monsignor Bonner High School, Drexel Hill in ninth grade, and in 1966 was a member of the first graduating class of Cardinal O'Hara Catholic High School, Springfield, Delaware County.
Monsignor entered St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in 1966, and was ordained a priest in 1975. He also attended St. Joseph's University for undergraduate studies in Sociology and received a Masters Degree in Sociology from Temple University in 1975. From 1975 to 1979 Monsignor Marino served as assistant pastor at St. Monica Parish, South Philadelphia, and as a Regional Coordinator for the Cardinal's Commission on Human Relations. As regional coordinator, he founded a neighbor corporation, The Institute for Community Issues, which had as its primary program the South Philadelphia Employment Project. He was a faculty member of Lansdale Catholic High School from 1979-1988, and he was principal of Little Flower Catholic High School for Girls from 1988-1990. In 1990, Monsignor was appointed as the first Director of the newly created Office for the Renewal of Pastoral Life. From 1992 to 1997 he served as the Director of the Archdiocesan Family Life Office, and in 1996 he acted also as Administrator of St. Joseph Parish in Ambler. In 1997, Monsignor Marino was appointed as Pastor of St. Denis Parish in Havertown, and in 2006 he became Pastor of Our Lady of the Assumption Parish, Strafford. He also served as Regional Vicar for Chester County from 2006 to 2011. In 2013, Monsignor Marino was appointed Rector of Malvern Retreat House. After serving for ten years as a member of the Archdiocesan School Board, Monsignor now serves as a member of the Archdiocesan Executive Board for Elementary Education. He is also the current president for The Foundation for Catholic Education in Chester County.


Malvern Retreat House - The nation's oldest and largest Catholic retreat center - Palm Sunday

malvernretreat.com [cached]

Reverend Monsignor Joseph T. Marino entered St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in 1966 and was ordained a priest in 1975.
He also attended St. Joseph's University for undergraduate studies in Sociology, and received a Masters Degree in Sociology from Temple University in 1975. From 1975 to 1979 Monsignor Marino served as assistant pastor at St. Monica Parish, South Philadelphia, and as a Regional Coordinator for the Cardinal's Commission on Human Relations. As regional coordinator, he founded a neighbor corporation, The Institute for Community Issues, which had as its primary program the South Philadelphia Employment Project. He was a faculty member of Lansdale Catholic High School from 1979-1988. He taught theology and social studies, and from 1984 to 1988 he also served as Director of Guidance at Lansdale Catholic High School. He was principal of Little Flower Catholic High School for Girls from 1988-1990. After eleven years of service to the secondary school system of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, Monsignor was appointed as the first Director of the newly created Office for the Renewal of Pastoral Life [1990-1992]. In 1997, Monsignor Marino was appointed as Pastor of St. Denis Parish in Havertown. He was the first diocesan priest replacing the Augustinian priests who served Saint Denis Parish for 145 years. In 2006, Monsignor Marino was appointed as Pastor of Our Lady of the Assumption Parish, Strafford, and served as Regional Vicar for Chester County from 2006 to 2011. In 2013, Monsignor Marino was appointed Rector of Malvern Retreat House. After serving for ten years as a member of the Archdiocesan School Board, Monsignor now serves as a member of the Archdiocesan Executive Board for Elementary Education. He is also the current president for The Foundation for Catholic Education in Chester County.


Malvern Retreat House - The nation's oldest and largest Catholic retreat center - Saint Pope John XXIII

malvernretreat.com [cached]

Reverend Monsignor Joseph T. Marino attended first and second grade at St. Matthew Parish Elementary School in Philadelphia, and graduated in 1962 from St. Pius X Parish Elementary School in Broomall.
He attended Monsignor Bonner High School, Drexel Hill in ninth grade, and in 1966 was a member of the first graduating class of Cardinal O'Hara Catholic High School, Springfield, Delaware County. Monsignor entered St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in 1966, and was ordained a priest by John Cardinal Krol at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul on May 17, 1975. From 1975 to 1979 Monsignor Marino served as assistant pastor at St. Monica Parish, South Philadelphia, and as a Regional Coordinator for the Cardinal's Commission on Human Relations. As regional coordinator, he founded a neighbor corporation, The Institute for Community Issues, which had as its primary program the South Philadelphia Employment Project. He was a faculty member of Lansdale Catholic High School from 1979-1988. He taught theology and social studies, and from 1984 to 1988 he also served as Director of Guidance at Lansdale Catholic High School. He was principal of Little Flower Catholic High School for Girls from 1988-1990. After eleven years of service to the secondary school system of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, Monsignor was appointed as the first Director of the newly created Office for the Renewal of Pastoral Life [1990-1992]. In 1997, Monsignor Marino was appointed as Pastor of St. Denis Parish in Havertown. He was the first diocesan priest replacing the Augustinian priests who served Saint Denis Parish for 145 years. In 2006, Monsignor Marino was appointed as Pastor of Our Lady of the Assumption Parish, Strafford, and served as Regional Vicar for Chester County from 2006 to 2011. In 2013, Monsignor Marino was appointed Rector of Malvern Retreat House. After serving for ten years as a member of the Archdiocesan School Board, Monsignor now serves as a member of the Archdiocesan Executive Board for Elementary Education. He is also the current president for The Foundation for Catholic Education in Chester County. Monsignor Marino has a Masters of Divinity degree from St. Charles Borromeo Seminary [1975] and a Masters of Arts degree in Sociology from Temple University [1975].


malvernretreat.com

Reverend Monsignor Joseph T. Marino was a member of the first graduating class of Cardinal O'Hara Catholic High School, in Springfield, Delaware County in 1966.
Later that year, Monsignor entered St. Charles Borromeo Seminary. In 1975 he was ordained a priest by John Cardinal Krol and received a BA in Philosophy and a Master of Divinity degree. He also attended St. Joseph's University for undergraduate studies in Sociology, and received a Masters Degree in Sociology from Temple University in 1975. From 1975 to 1979 Monsignor Marino served as assistant pastor at St. Monica Parish, South Philadelphia and as a Regional Coordinator for the Cardinal's Commission on Human Relations. As regional coordinator, he founded a neighbor corporation, The Institute for Community Issues, which had as its primary program the South Philadelphia Employment Project. He was a faculty member of Lansdale Catholic High School from 1979-1988. He taught theology and social studies, and from 1984 to 1988 he also served as Director of Guidance at Lansdale Catholic High School. He was principal of Little Flower Catholic High School for Girls from 1988-1990. After eleven years of service to the secondary school system of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, Monsignor was appointed as the first Director of the newly created Office for the Renewal of Pastoral Life [1990-1992]. In 1997, Monsignor Marino was appointed as Pastor of St. Denis Parish in Havertown. He was the first diocesan priest replacing the Augustinian priests who served Saint Denis Parish for 145 years. In 2006, Monsignor Marino was appointed as Pastor of Our Lady of the Assumption Parish, Strafford, and served as Regional Vicar for Chester County from 2006 to 2011. In 2013 Monsignor Marino was appointed Rector of Malvern Retreat House. After serving ten years as a member of the Archdiocesan School Board, Monsignor now serves as a member of the Archdiocesan Executive Board for Elementary Education. He is also the current president for The Foundation for Catholic Education for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Monsignor Marino has a Masters of Divinity degree from St. Charles Borromeo Seminary [1975] and a Masters of Arts degree in Sociology from Temple University [1975].


malvernretreat.com

Reverend Monsignor Joseph T. Marino attended first and second grade at St. Matthew Parish Elementary School in Philadelphia, and graduated in 1962 from St. Pius X Parish Elementary School in Broomall.
He attended Monsignor Bonner High School, Drexel Hill in ninth grade, and in 1966 was a member of the first graduating class of Cardinal O'Hara Catholic High School, Springfield, Delaware County. Monsignor entered St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in 1966, and was ordained a priest by John Cardinal Krol at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul on May 17, 1975. From 1975 to 1979 Monsignor Marino served as assistant pastor at St. Monica Parish, South Philadelphia, and as a Regional Coordinator for the Cardinal's Commission on Human Relations. As regional coordinator, he founded a neighbor corporation, The Institute for Community Issues, which had as its primary program the South Philadelphia Employment Project. He was a faculty member of Lansdale Catholic High School from 1979-1988. He taught theology and social studies, and from 1984 to 1988 he also served as Director of Guidance at Lansdale Catholic High School. He was principal of Little Flower Catholic High School for Girls from 1988-1990. After eleven years of service to the secondary school system of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, Monsignor was appointed as the first Director of the newly created Office for the Renewal of Pastoral Life [1990-1992]. In 1997, Monsignor Marino was appointed as Pastor of St. Denis Parish in Havertown. He was the first diocesan priest replacing the Augustinian priests who served Saint Denis Parish for 145 years. In 2006, Monsignor Marino was appointed as Pastor of Our Lady of the Assumption Parish, Strafford, and served as Regional Vicar for Chester County from 2006 to 2011. In 2013, Monsignor Marino was appointed Rector of Malvern Retreat House. After serving for ten years as a member of the Archdiocesan School Board, Monsignor now serves as a member of the Archdiocesan Executive Board for Elementary Education. He is also the current president for The Foundation for Catholic Education in Chester County. Monsignor Marino has a Masters of Divinity degree from St. Charles Borromeo Seminary [1975] and a Masters of Arts degree in Sociology from Temple University [1975].


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