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, Allentown Central Catholic High School, Salesianum School, Holy Family College, Temple University,
Director of Vocations
Associate Postulant Director
Director of Formation:
Brisson Seminary
Associate Campus Minister: Allentown College of St. Francis de Sales
Principal: Father Lopez High School, Father Judge High School, Nativity Preparatory School

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

Personality by Pixels

What was a favorite course you had in school, from grade school thru grad school?

Why is Salesian gentleness so important to you?
Salesian gentleness is absolutely necessary for one to be his or her true self.

If you were asked to select a motto by which to live - other than De Sales' Live Jesus, what would it be?
Believe in God, believe in yourself, love your neighbor as yourself.

What do you miss about living in a time when there was less technology?  Why?

Pope Francis continues to both inspire and challenge.  What is most inspiring about him and what is most challenging?
His humility is inspiring.  His service is challenging.

Of all the gifts friends and family have given you, what is a favorite?
My taste for good food and drink.

On a bad day, how do you make it a little better?
 A walk with the Blessed Mother.

What is a favorite Scripture quote or passage? 
"Do whatever he tells you."