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On Behalf of Justice

The price of delivering an uncomfortable message

Jeremiah was a nag. Not to be irreverent, but he insistently chided countrymen about getting back to the covenant and abandoning the gods and idols of Israel’s pagan aliens and

That All May Be One

A difficult moment in Catholic-Jewish relations

  A number of local and national Jewish individuals, committees and agencies that work closely with Catholics in interfaith dialogue are upset over the recent change made to the United

Opportunities for Youth and Young Adults

Youth/Young Adult opportunities

Holy Family Junior Youth Group is a faith-based community service program for teens in grades 6-8. Meetings are held twice a month along with service nights and social events. For

Youth and Young Adults News

Book presents film scenes as teachable moments

By Joseph Ryan Catholic News Service BEAR, Del. — Patrick Donovan enjoys using memorable moments from movies to engage young people in conversations about their faith. The head of Catholic

Teachable Moments

What I learned from the other side of the desk

Teaching has taught me the other side. I know now the struggle of sharing a more enduring wisdom with a generation that has been conditioned to be “immediate” in the

Spiritual Life

Church needs both ‘liberals’ and ‘conservatives’

The late Malcolm X was raised a Christian but, at one point in his life, became a Muslim. However, both in his own mind and in his ministry, he never

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Bishop issues decree establishing Divine Mercy Parish in Vineland

Bishop Joseph Galante formally announced today that the parishes of Saint Francis of Assisi and Immaculate Heart of Mary, both in Vineland, will merge and the new parish resulting from

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DECREE – For Publication to Each and Everyone

  Greetings In The Lord Among the most important responsibilities of the Bishop’s pastoral office is assurance that there is suitable provision of divine worship and Catholic community life for

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Recourse Against Administrative Decrees

Church law provides the opportunity for those claiming to be aggrieved by a decree to seek recourse in accord with the Code of Canon Law. It should be noted that

Catholic School News

St. Augustine anniversary Mass

Augustinian Father Michael F. DiGregorio (center), assistant general, is the principal celebrant of the 50th anniversary Mass of St. Augustine Preparatory School, Richland, on Thursday, Sept. 10. Pictured, from left,