MMR CYO Sports: Welcome


            MMR's Sports and Service Website        
  Mary, Mother of the Redeemer Parish Website

MMR CYO Sports and Service consists of Boys Baseball, Girls Softball, Girls Volleyball, Co-Ed  High School Volleyball, Girls High School Basketball, Boys High  School Basketball,  Track and Field, Cross Country, Boys and Girls BaThe sketball, Intra-mural Basketball, Football,  Co-Ed Soccer, and Cheerleading. 

Our progam is also committed to performing service projects throughout the season. 

Children will be asked to perform at least one service project per year. 

The Athletic Director is Mark Angelone and can be reached at

if you should have any concerns or questions 

The MMR CYO Board is accepting applications for a

Social Director and a Service & Spirituality Director

                          Please click on the Special Forms and Handouts to the left to download the application. 

If you have any questions or would like to submit an application please email 

CYO Clothing Drive

Due to the generosity and hard work of our parish and CYO program, we were able to collect 2,340 pounds of clothing and household items in our annual spring collection.  This proceeds of this collection raised $468, which we were able to donate to Catholic Charities Family Strengthening Centers.  Family Strengthening Centers are the first point of contact for individuals, families, and parishes when they seek assistance from Catholic Social Services.

There are seven centers in the area which provide help to families such as, clothing cupboards and food pantries, employment training, ESL classes, GED preparation, job placement assistance, after school programs, pregnancy centers, parenting classes, and senior living services. 

 Thank you all for your generosity and help with this collection.


CYO News
CYO is looking for Coaches for this year's Fall Volleyball season.  With the largest Girls Volleyball program in Region 20, MMR is in need of coaches at both the JV and Varsity Level.  For additional information, please contact Chris Kelm, MMR Volleyball Coordinator, at  All coaches must have on file or be willing to complete all necessary clearances and training requirements as required by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.

Upcoming Training Classes to Comply with Training Requirements

Adult Volunteers need to have the necessary clearances in place in order to coach (head or assistant coach), act as a sports coordinator or participate on the CYO Board.  The following classes are available to help meet these requirements.  Please don't delay in completing these requirements.

Protecting God's Children Class (Safe Environment)

Please contact Nancy Franks or Wendi Dywer at 215.412.2251 to register and reserve your spot.
Mandated Reporter Training 
The mandated reporting section is now available as an online review session.  To access the training please visit and click on "training institute".

              Any questions/concerns or additions to this website, please send emails to
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If you would like your
Southeastern United Way donation
to go to MMR’s CYO, our number is 356147.
For all other branches of the United Way, please
       use the name, CYO/Mary, Mother of the Redeemer
2013-2014 Coaches Training Information & Schedule

                                                                           Coaching Requirements

             Before coaching any CYO team, all head and assistant coaches must:

Attend the Coaches Orientation seminar in person during the first year prior to the start of the sport.

Any questions please contact Joe Albanese 
Mark Bates at

Effective July 1, 2010, all students in grades K-8 who are not attending a Catholic elementary school will be required to enroll in, and faithfully attend, MMR PREP in order to be eligible to participate in CYO athletics. Students must satisfactorily complete all requirements to assure ongoing participation in CYO activities. For grades K-6 this will entail the weekly PREP classes. For grades 7 and 8, the requirement will involve service as a PREP classroom aide. Beginning in October and running through April, your son/daughter will need to serve as a PREP aide for one class (1 ½ hours) per month for a total of 6 months. Please keep in mind that this applies regardless of which sports or seasons your child participates                      


After completing a team or individual Service Project, please visit the "Parents Corner" or the "Coaches Corner" tab above and download the Service Project completion form.


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