St. Catherine Labouré was born on May 2, 1806, in a quaint village in Burgundy, France. She was the ninth of eleven children. At the age of nine, her mother died, and in her sorrow, St. Catherine turned to the only other mother she knew. Standing on her tiptoes to see the statue of the… Continue reading Spiritual Sustenance – The Miraculous Medal Novena
CTK T(w)eens will be making sandwiches for Cathedral Kitchen after the 11:00 mass on Sunday, September 10 in Morgan Hall. Sign up Now!
Ava Kaloustian is a recent Bishop Eustace High School graduate and an alumnus of Christ the King Regional School. In August she is heading off to study nursing at Catholic University in Washington, D.C. When BLAZE was introduced to CTK two years ago, Ava was an integral part of the ministry’s success. I recently had… Continue reading Ministry Matters – Blaze
Hello! We are the (future) Piscopos. While we are relatively new to Haddonfield, we’ve already found ourselves at home in Christ The King. When we first arrived in Haddonfield, Maria called the church to see if they would send a priest to bless our new home. After this brief interaction, Maria knew Father Jon and… Continue reading Ministry Matters – Young Adult Ministry
Choir “Pre-season” Q&ATuesday, August 29 at 7:00 PM in the church balcony. “The one who sings, prays twice”, St. Augustine. Don Nigro shares the vision of many parishioners of returning the choir to its important role and has the energy and the ability to achieve this. Prior to Ellen’s departure, she recommended the ten-year parishioner… Continue reading Join the Choir!
Prior to joining Christ the King in 2014, I was active at Christ our Light, where I met the then Parochial Vicar, Father Jon Thomas. Excited by his request for me to lead the service and fellowship events for their Young Adult Ministry, I eagerly jumped on board.While working within the confines of this ministry… Continue reading Ministry Matters – Mary Undoer of Knots
For most of my life, I dreaded going to funerals. I thought they were sad, of course, but also impersonal and boring. I don’t recall why I agreed to join the bereavement ministry at Christ the King. I can only chalk it up to the Holy Spirit knowing what I needed more than I did.… Continue reading Ministry Matters – Bereavement Ministry
My name is Jasmine Riel. Although my home parish is Christ Our Light, in Cherry Hill, I serve as a cantor at various churches around South Jersey, including St. Andrew the Apostle Church, St. Teresa of Calcutta, and Christ the King. I am also a principal cantor for the Diocese of Camden. You may have… Continue reading Ministry Matters – Music Ministry
Here’s what some of our liturgical ministers say about serving: Being an extraordinary minister of Holy Communion has introduced me to many people inside and outside of the parish. I especially enjoy taking Communion to the homebound and those in the hospital. I see how their faith grounds them and stabilizes them, and how they… Continue reading Ministry Matters – Liturgical Ministries
Ellen Estallo has served as music director of our parish since 2018. She provided first-class music and made the parish her spiritual home, even as she traveled daily from central Jersey. Now she’s decided to take the same position at a parish closer to her home. Her last day is August 15, the Feast of… Continue reading Staff Departure – Ellen Estallo