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On Behalf of Justice

The United States benefits from immigrants

With things so polarized these days, speaking for immigrants is like defending poison oak. So if Christian charity, which many wrongly claim starts at home, does not have much traction,

That All May Be One

Synod to address problems of Middle East Christians

It is hard to believe but Christians who have been a vital part of the history of the Middle East for over 2,000 years are dwindling down to a tiny

Growing in Faith

The pope who squared off against Napoleon

Although the seventh pope to do so in history, Benedictine Cardinal Gregory Barnabas Chiaramonti is the first of what will be not a few popes in this series to choose

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CSH summer schedule

The Catholic Star Herald will not publish issues on July 9, July 23 and Aug. 13.

Catholic School News

Bishop appoints new president of Camden Catholic

Bishop Joseph A. Galante has appointed Jeffrey J. Nick president of Camden Catholic High School in Cherry Hill. Nick succeeds Rev. Monsignor Andrew E. Martin, who retires June 26. Msgr.

Catholic School News

A (graduation) Tale of Two Cities

The first graduates of Guradian Angels Regional School (Gibbstown and Paulsboro) pose for a photo. Below, Bishop Guilfoyle Regional School held its final graduation at Corpus Christi Church, Carneys Point,

Catholic School News

Haddonfield students get to be ‘superheroes’ in Fairview

Photos by Cynthia Soper and Peter G. Sánchez Christ the King students work with children of the Kids Alley Learning Center, Camden, during a June 14 tutoring session. Pictured are,

Catholic School News

Marking a milestone

Pictured are 11 students of the 2010 graduating class at St. Mary School, Williamstown, who marked a milestone during this year’s commencement celebration. These students were members of the first

Catholic School News

Living rosary

Last month St. Mary School, Vineland, made praying the rosary a different experience. A living rosary was created that spanned the width of the gym. A large rose represented each

School Briefs

School Briefs

The Middle States Association’s Commission on Secondary Schools has announced that St. Joseph High School, Hammonton, has been re-accredited for the period ending May, 2017. To be accredited by the