Rev. Joseph A. DiMauro, OSFS

Rev. Joseph A. DiMauro, OSFS

First Profession:
August 20, 1967

Final Profession:
October 3, 1970

June 9, 1973

Faculty, Northeast Catholic High School, Salesianum School, De Sales University; Director of Vocations; Principal, Father Lopez High School, Father Judge High School, Nativity Preparatory School; Parochial Vicar, Christ the King

Present Ministry:
Parochial Vicar – Christ the King Parish – Diocese of Camden

Personality by Pixels

What is your favorite church hymn?
Panis Angelicus and Salve Regina.

What book or film remains meaningful for you?  Why?
The Introduction to a Devout Life - can be read over and over for new spiritual insights.  Theresa - moving depiction of a modern saint.

How do you pray best?
... with art usually ...

How do you think Salesian humility can make a difference in the world?
Humility challenges one to be his or her true self, a life long project.  Really honest people change the world for the better no matter where or when.

As Pope Francis calls all to live the Gospel with joy, what gives you joy as an Oblate?
I get joy out of experiencing people who have experienced us Oblates reflect our virtues of humility, gentleness, and charity in their lives.

If a young man were to be inspired by your vocation, what would you hope would inspire him?
My sincerity.