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Youth and young adult events/opportunities

Theology on Tap for Young Adults, “For God’s Sake or Pete’s?: Reflections on a Relational God,” with Msgr. Roger McGrath, Tuesday, Jan. 24, 7 p.m., Landmark Americana, Glassboro, $10 buffet.

As I See It

Holiday Films – Life lessons from a big guy with a pointy hat

Over the past few years, along with “A Christmas Story,” “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” and “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” an annual tradition during the Advent season for me has

Growing in Faith

The uniqueness of a heroic figure, and everyone else

People of the Book – Samson The book of Judges tells the story of Samson, the heroic leader of Israel whose name means “man of the sun” and whose legendary

A Pastoral Message

The Holy Family is a model for all families

Christmas is about the birthday of Jesus of Nazareth; it is about our Lord Jesus Christ. Christmas is about rejoicing that God sent his Son to be with us; it

That All May Be One

The lights of Christmas and Hanukkah

Each year Rabbi Jeffrey Lipschultz invites local clergy and congregations to the Wildwood Beth Judah Temple for a community celebration of Hanukkah. Beth Judah Temple, initially incorporated as an Orthodox

On Behalf of Justice

The self-made person and other dangerous myths

Sometimes mistakes acquire legs and longevity great enough to outrun truth itself. They are called urban legends. Some are comical, such as the lovers-lane madman with the hook for a

Youth and Young Adults News

Bishop Galante Day

Photos by James A. McBride The Hispanic Family Religious Education of St. Nicholas Church, Egg Harbor City, proclaimed Dec. 3 Bishop Joseph A. Galante Day and made artwork with messages

Catholic School News

Christmas wrap up

Clockwise from top left: Mother and child at a Christmas tea luncheon at Transfiguration Church Hall, Collingswood; children from Cherry Hill and Lindenwold sing carols at St. Mary Catholic Home,

Catholic School News

Students hold peace vigil in North Camden

CAMDEN — Holy Name School in North Camden was the scene of a peace vigil Dec. 13 paying homage to those who lost their lives in the city to murder.

School Briefs

School Briefs

Resurrection Catholic School eighth graders Sean Hullihan and Natalie Tran were recognized for achieving High Honors on the SATs taken through the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY) Talent