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On Behalf of Justice

The liturgical year’s most political event

The feast of Christ the King on the weekend of Nov. 21 and 22 is the liturgical year’s most political event. This comes as a jolt to some churchgoers since

Teachable Moments

I needed to experience the Lord’s quiet time

The answer was so simple. The yearning, the anxiety, the restlessness needed to be addressed. Suddenly the conclusion came thundering down on me like a bolt from the blue. The

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A Message From The Catholic Bishops of New Jersey

We the Catholic Bishops of New Jersey have designated Sunday, November 29, 2009 as a Day of Prayer for the vocation and Sacrament of Marriage.  This day of prayer is

Catholic School News

Offering thanks

Sister Sheila Murphy, principal of St. Ann Regional School along with student council moderator Marie Peltier, offer their thanks to the school community for donating numerous food items to the pantry

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WCHS makes donations to food pantry

Wildwood Catholic High School’s student council have their picture taken with food drive donations that were later delivered to the St. Ann’s food pantry.

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SJHS Hammonton, makes donation to food bank

Photo by Alan M. Dumoff Student government officers of St. Joseph High School, Hammonton, present donations to Ed Muller from the Hammonton Food Bank.

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Students re-enact first Thanksgiving

Photo by Alan M. Dumoff Pre-Kindergarten students at Holy Family Regional School, Ventnor, re-enact the first Thanksgiving.

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Giving thanks and donations

Photo by Alan M. Dumoff Catholic schools throughout the Diocese of Camden prepared for Thanksgiving with their own classroom celebrations and efforts to help those less fortunate. At Notre Dame

Sports News

Back on top: After a two year hiatus, Wildcats win ninth championship in eleven years

The St. Joseph (Hammonton) Wildcats high school football team won the state Non-Public II championship on Saturday, Nov. 21, defeating Gloucester Catholic, 28-14 at Paul VI High School in Haddon

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‘Did you hear the one about Father Mike?’

CHERRY HILL — Before the start of the roast of Msgr. Michael Mannion at the Marian House here on Saturday, Nov. 21, while more than 90 friends and supporters of