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Diocese offers workshop on bullying recognition and prevention

The Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People which was promulgated by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, requires that dioceses provide safe environment training for all

Clergy Assignments

Priest assignment

Bishop Galante announces priest personnel appointments as follows: Reverend Patsy C. Amabile from Pastor, Sacred Heart, Vineland to Outside of Diocese (Temporary Assignment) as Parochial Vicar, Church of Our Lady

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New pastors for Sacred Heart, St. Veronica

Bishop Joseph Galante announces two pastor appointments: — Msgr John Burton has been appointed pastor of Sacred Heart, Vineland, for a six-year term effective Sept. 1. He continues in his

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Faith and politics

Editor: Father Gregorio ‘s excellent column of June 26 (“Mistakes were made, and sometimes admitted”) was a reminder that there were many of our clergy opposed to the deeply immoral

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For animal lovers, the road leads back to Georgia

  Photo by Dave Griffin People who have adopted pets through “Paws for a Cause” gather on the steps of Hammonton City Hall Aug. 5 for the presentation of a

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Knights of Peter Claver kicks off anniversary celebration

It was truly a once in a lifetime experience for me as I attended the centennial celebration of the Knights of Peter Claver, held July 31– Aug. 7 in New

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Vacation Bible School in the Diocese of Camden

Top Photo by Alan M. Dumoff/More photos A number of children celebrate the closing of Vacation Bible School with various themes. At left: Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Berlin,

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Day of Recollection in Atlantic City

The Knights and Dames of the Holy Sepulchre held a day of recollection June 19 at St. Nicholas of Tolentine Parish, Atlantic City. Msgr. William A. Hodge, pastor and Knight

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Racial Justice Committee holds annual dinner

Photo by Alan M. Dumoff/More photos Bishop Joseph A. Galante poses for a photo with Joseph Moritz, the volunteer of the year, at the Racial Justice Committee dinner, held

Catholic School News

When the school year opens, a notable absence

The last three Dominican Sisters of Sinsinawa to serve at St. James School, Ventnor, were, from left, Sister Joan Mary Baldridge, Sister Eduarda Makal and Marie Collette Ryan. The coming