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Theology on Tap

Photo by Alan M. Dumoff Caroline Gambale-Dirkes speaks with young adults on Tuesday, Sept. 20, during the Diocese of Camden’s Theology on Tap program, a discussion series for Catholic young

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Columna del Obispo – Las preocupaciones de la salud ofrecen ‘una oportunidad de gracia’

Mis estimada/os hermanas y hermanos, Durante los últimos 11 años, yo he sido tratado para la diabetes de Tipo II . Por un poco más de un año, yo he

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Movimiento de Retiros Parroquiales Juan XXIII

El Movimiento celebra su Décimo Aniversario en la Diócesis de Camden el día 1ro de Octubre en la Catedral de la Inmaculada Concepción. La Misa será el Sábado a las

Clergy Assignments

Clergy Assignments

Bishop Galante announces the following priest personnel changes: Father Augustine M. Esposito, OSA from St. Augustine Preparatory School, Richland to Outside the Diocese, effective Sept. 8. Father Robert L. Sinatra

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Pinwheels for Peace

Photo by Alan M. Dumoff Kindergarten students Braeden Montgomery and Erin Lewis hold the pinwheels that they “planted” at Guardian Angels Regional School in Gibbstown on Wednesday, Sept. 21, the

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St. Luke Awards to be presented at White Mass

Bishop Joseph A. Galante will recognize the service to Catholic health care by two individuals with the presentation of the St. Luke Award at the Annual White Mass for Healthcare

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Protesters agree to end vigil at St. Mary Church, Malaga

A group from the former St. Mary Parish, Malaga, agreed Sept. 19 to end their eight month-long vigil in the church. The protest began in response to a planned merger

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Msgr. Checchio named a prelate of honor by the pope

Pope Benedict XVI appointed Msgr. James F. Checchio a prelate of honor. A priest of the Diocese of Camden, Msgr. Checchio has served as rector of North American College in

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The first Catholic radio station in Cape May County

CAPE MAY — A fund-raiser for the first Catholic radio station in Cape May County was held Sept. 14 at Our Lady Star of the Sea, Cape May. The 300