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Youth and Young Adults News

Injured Eagle Scout’s spirit, resolve sparkle

VINELAND – Quiet anticipation filled the social hall of Divine Mercy Parish as Eagle Scout Rob Coxe made his way to the podium. Coxe steadied himself and moved away from

Youth and Young Adults News

Three from local troop get Eagle Scout medals

Three young men from Pine Hill Troop 136 – Michael Barteld, John Cutsavage and Anthony Villari-Peters – recently received their Eagle Scout medals. Barteld, 19, of Moorestown, has been a

Photos of the Week

Spirit of an Eagle Scout

Photo by D.A. Barsotti Eagle Scout Rob Coxe, who spent three months in a coma, stands with his troop, BSA 108, at his Eagle Court of Honor, held Saturday, March

Catholic School News

Mass of thanksgiving on the feast of St. Joseph

Photo by Alan M. Dumoff Father Edward Namiotka, president of Sacred Heart High School, Vineland, celebrates Mass in Sacred Heart Church on March 19, the feast of St. Joseph. Also

School Briefs

School Briefs for April 1, 2011

Three eighth grade students from three Catholic schools in the Diocese of Camden were awarded the Camden County Outstanding Achievement in Science Award. Gabrielle Christiansen, from Our Lady of Hope

Clergy Assignments

Clergy assignments

Bishop Galante announces priest personnel changes as follows: Reverend Christopher T. Bakey from Pastor, Saint Casimir, Woodbine and Administrator, Resurrection, Marmora to Medical Leave, effective March 21. Reverend Joseph P.

Latest Letters to the Editor

In defense of teachers

Editor: I am writing this in response to the column “Selfishness is selfishness, with or without a union label” by George Weigel (March 25). I truly resent Mr. Weigel’s comments

Latest Letters to the Editor

Unions in private and public sectors

Editor: I respectfully disagree with Father Gregorio’s characterization of Catholics who object to the unionization of public employees as being against unions in general. Any thinking person knows that unions

Latest Letters to the Editor

‘Just cause’ protection

Editor: Father Robert Gregorio’s excellent defense of labor unions (March 25, 2011) failed to include one of the most important benefits of unionization, i.e. that unionized workers can only be

Latest Letters to the Editor

Good man, priest and friend

Editor: When Msgr. Edward Kennedy came to St. Stephen, Pennsauken, in 1971, I was a rookie policeman who was not a practicing Catholic. We had just moved into our new