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Rev. Monsignor Marino T.

President

The Foundation for Catholic Education

The Foundation for Catholic Education

Background Information

Employment History

Regional Coordinator
Malvern Retreat House

Rector
Malvern Retreat House

Faculty Member
Lansdale Catholic High School

Director of Guidance
Lansdale Catholic High School

Director of the Office
Renewal of Pastoral Life

Pastor
St. Denis Parish

Principal
Little Flower Catholic High School for Girls

Affiliations

Board Member
Malvern Retreat House

Member of the Executive Board
Archdiocesan

Member of the School Board
Archdiocesan

Founder
The Institute for Community Issues

Education



St. Pius X Parish Elementary School



Monsignor Bonner High School , Drexel Hill

Masters of Arts degree
Sociology
Temple University

Masters of Divinity degree

St. Charles Borromeo Seminary

Web References (6 Total References)


Retreat Director Biographies | Malvern Retreat House

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Monsignor has also served in Archdiocesan administrative positions: Council of Priests, College of Consultors, Pastors' Council on Education, Chair for Financial Assistance to Needy Parishes and Regional Vicar for urban parishes. Monsignor has worked with several religious communities, among them, the Christian Brothers, the Missionaries of Charity international Scripture programs and the Carmelite nuns in Philadelphia. At present, Monsignor serves as chaplain for the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

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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.
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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].
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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].


Edward J. Friel Memorial Group - Malvern Retreat House

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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.
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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].
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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].


Retreat Directors at the Malvern Retreat House - St. Joseph's-In-The-Hills - Malvern, PA... a spiritual sanctuary and Catholic retreat house for your family

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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.
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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].
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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].


Marino led the Installation of ...

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Marino led the Installation of New Retreat Captains.

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Approximately 220 guests attended the outdoor Mass, celebrated by Rev. Monsignor Joseph Marino, rector at Malvern Retreat House, which provided a prayerful way to remember Malvern's beloved retreatants who have entered eternal life.
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Malvern, PA- Malvern Retreat House celebrated the 10th Anniversary of the McShain-Horstmann Family Life Center on Saturday, August 31, 2013, with a scrumptious and festive family barbecue that immediately followed an outdoor Mass concelebrated by Rev. Monsignor Joseph Marino, Rector of Malvern Retreat House, and Rev. Christopher Cooke, retreat director of Malvern's Annual Family Labor Day Retreat.


Reverend Monsignor Joseph T. Marino | Bios| Archdiocese of Philadelphia | Office of Catholic Education

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Reverend Monsignor Joseph T. Marino

Reverend Monsignor Joseph T. Marino is Pastor of Our Lady of the Assumption Parish in Strafford and Regional Vicar for Chester County. Monsignor is also a consultant for the Archdiocesan Board of Education, where he previously served as a member for nine years.
Monsignor entered Saint 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.
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Monsignor Marino served as assistant pastor at Saint Monica Parish in South Philadelphia and as a Regional Coordinator for the Cardinal's Commission on Human Relations. He then devoted eleven years of service to the secondary school system of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. He was appointed as the first Director of the Office for the Renewal of Pastoral Life, where he coordinated the nine-year Spiritual Renewal efforts of Anthony Cardinal Bevilacqua. He is a former Director of the Archdiocesan Family Life Office and Administrator of Saint Joseph Parish in Ambler. In 1997, Monsignor Marino was appointed as Pastor of Saint Denis Parish in Havertown. He was the first diocesan priest to replace the Augustinians who served Saint Denis Parish for 145 years.
Monsignor Marino is a member of the first graduating class of Cardinal O'Hara Catholic High School in Springfield, Delaware County. He has a Master of Divinity degree from Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary and a Master of Arts degree in Sociology from Temple University.

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