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Marriage as a Union of One Man and One Woman

A Statement by the Catholic Bishops of New Jersey Marriage as a union of a man and a woman has its roots in natural law. Throughout all of human history

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N.J. bishops repeat their opposition to same-sex marriage

TRENTON — The Catholic bishops of New Jersey have come out against Senate Bill S-1 which will approve same sex marriages in the state. The measure was the only one

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Three schools to close in Cumberland Co.

Three Cumberland County Catholic schools, Sacred Heart High School in Vineland and two regional elementary schools, Notre Dame in Landisville/Newfield and St. Mary Magdalen, Millville, will close at the end

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Born Dec. 9, 1937?

Were you born on Dec. 9, 1937, the same day the Diocese of Camden was established? If so, the Catholic Star Herald may want to talk to you. Call or

Latest Letters to the Editor

‘Pro-Life’ benefits two good organizations

Editor: I enjoyed reading “My car bumper states my choice, ‘pro-life,’” by Patricia Quigley that appeared in the Jan. 20 edition of the Star Herald. Bumper stickers are a great

Youth and Young Adults News

Life miles: riding the bus, walking in the rain

Photo by Peter G. Sánchez Sixty youth and adults from Our Lady of Peace, Williamstown, and Infant Jesus, Woodbury Heights, braved the rain and cold to take part in the

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Catholic Charities collects migration stories

In his statement on immigration reform, “Every Person Is A Neighbor,” Bishop Joseph A. Galante reminds people of their commonality in this busy, changing world. Catholic Charities sees the ministry

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Mass celebrated on Lay Ministry Sunday in Hammonton

On Sunday, Jan. 15, for the third consecutive year, approximately 200 lay ministry formation students, alumni and their families gathered for Mass at St. Mary of Mt. Carmel Parish, St.

Photos of the Week

Vietnamese New Year

On Sunday, Jan. 22, Most Precious Blood Parish in West Collingswood celebrated the start of the Vietnamese New Year, the Year of the Dragon. The colorful and festive day included

Office of Stewardship

A partnership in parish stewardship

Photo by James A. McBride Father James Casadia, pastor of Mary, Mother of Mercy Parish, Glassboro, stands with Wayne Huber, left, and John Cunningham. He says the pair “are creating