Director of Religious Education
Dolores Mozzillo has been on staff since July 2014. As Director of Religious Education, Dolores provides leadership, coordination, and program development for our children and youth from kindergarten through eighth grade. Dolores recruits, trains and supports more than 50 catechists and volunteers. In addition, she plays a key role in curriculum enhancement, sacramental preparation, and planning student liturgies. Her extensive experience in religious education stretches over twenty-seven years in several parishes in the Diocese of Camden. Dolores is a certified catechist and has a Certificate in Religious Education from the College of St. Elizabeth. She completed her undergraduate education at Neumann University and has received a Master Degree in Theology from Georgian Court University of New Jersey. Dolores has four children and lives in Cherry Hill with her husband, John. She enjoys the theater, museums, traveling, dining with family and friends, and spending time with her two grandchildren.
Director of Music
Ellen Estallo is proud to be a member of the CTK family. As Music Director, she is responsible for all aspects of parish music programming, working under the supervision of Fr. Jon Thomas and collaborating with the rest of the CTK liturgical leadership. At its periphery, Ellen’s role is to integrate music in the liturgy through sung prayer, working towards the full, conscious, and active participation of the worshipping assembly. Ellen has extensive musical experience and expertise and finds the most fulfillment in responding to God’s call to serve Him and His people. You can learn more about Ellen at dorisellenestallo.com.
Coordinator of Liturgy
Bob Tulini served as Pastoral Council chairman from 2011 until 2022. He is a lifelong member of Christ the King Church and graduated from Christ the King Regional School, Paul VI High School, Fordham University and Temple University. He is a communications professor at Rowan University and Camden County College. He was an editor at the Courier-Post.
Helen Polzer is grateful to be joining the Christ the King community and staff. The third of six children, Helen is a native of Houston, Texas. Helen felt the call to ministry in high school and it brought her to the shores of the Ohio River where she studied at Franciscan University of Steubenville. In May of 2021, Helen graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Theology and Catechetics. She is currently studying for her Master of Arts in Theology at the University of Notre Dame and is a participant in the Notre Dame Echo program. Through this program she has been given the opportunity to work at Christ the King for two years. After Jesus and her family, Helen’s great loves are singing, baking, driving down country roads, card games, and cats.
Assistant for Communications
Cort received his B.S. in Psychology from St. Joseph’s University in 1998. He then worked as an IT System Administrator and Human Resource Benefits Specialist for nine years before returning to graduate school. He received his Master Degree in Theological Studies from the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry in 2009 and a B.S. in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from Chestnut Hill.