Back to homepage
Opportunities for Youth and Young Adults

Opportunities for youth/young adults

Holy Family will host a 5th Grade Leadership Conference, Led To Lead 2009, designed to give pre-teens leadership skills and prepare for the transition from elementary school to middle school,

Latest News

Bishop appoints Father David Klein chancellor of the Diocese of Camden

Bishop Joseph A. Galante has named Very Reverend David J. Klein, J.C.L., chancellor of the Diocese of Camden for a three-year term beginning July 27. Father Klein, 54, who has

Latest News

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel feast in Hammonton, Bridgeton

Two parishes celebrated the feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel on Thursday, July 16 with processions throughout town streets. Bridgeton faithful carried a statue of Our Lady of Mount

Latest News

Affordable housing is a social justice issue, speakers say

CHERRY HILL — Here at St. Mary Parish Hall on Monday evening, July 20, a crowd numbering 100-plus gathered to hear about social justice issues affecting the community and how

Latest News

First Mass celebrated at new parish

Photo by James A. McBride Father Thomas Newton, pastor of the Catholic Community of Christ Our Light, Cherry Hill, blesses the sign outside the church July 28, following the first

Photos of the Week

Youth leader ‘walks the walk,’ as everyone can see.

Kari Palmieri Janisse is pictured with friends at St. Mary’s carnival in June. The back of Kari Palmieri Janisse’s Honda Element kind of says it all. On one side is

Catholic School News

Holy Family School holds chicken barbecue

Photos by Alan M. Dumoff/More photos Jackie Callahan, Sasha Veytsman and Jen Evans tend the Margate Dairy Bar at the Holy Family Regional School chicken barbecue July 12 in

Latest News

Ugly House contest draws attention to serious problem

Pasted on the entrance doors of St. Anthony of Padua Church in Camden July 19 were 13 photos of “ugly” houses of Cramer Hill. Inside were cards with these instructions:

Latest News

Catholic Charities helping uninsured children access health care

According to the Rutgers Center for State Health Policy, there are 279,000 uninsured children in New Jersey eligible for the NJ Family Care Program, which offers free or low-cost health

Latest News

There’s no keeping this man from his church

PLEASANTVILLE — Yong Chin, who has been giving his time and talents daily since 1991, wouldn’t let surgery keep him away from his beloved St. Peter Church and his duties.