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Youth Rally at Great Adventure

Auxiliary Bishop M. Edgar da Cunha of Newark gives his homily during Mass at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, N.J., on Sunday, May. 17. Catholic youth and their leaders

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Illness causes temporary school closing

St. Mary’s School, Williamstown, was closed this week as school administrators attempt to determine what caused one student to become faint and another fall ill during a morning assembly May

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Dreams of Our Children

Students from St. Cecilia School, Pennsauken, and Sacred Heart School, Camden, perform at the Celebration of Arts, Leadership and Excellence in the Gordon Theater, Rutgers-Camden. Students from St. Cecilia, Sacred

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Farm Fresh

St. Teresa Regional School, Runnemede, first graders had an exciting visit from Farmer Zach of Quiver Farms, Pennsburg, Pa., who was accompanied by a rooster, hen and 12 eggs. Students

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Boardwalk Empire

Wildwood Catholic High School supporters wearing 1920s style clothes pose for a photo at the school’s second annual casino night, with the theme Boardwalk Empire, in Congress Hall, Cape May,

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Summer schedule

The Catholic Star Herald will soon begin its reduced summer printing schedule. The paper will not be printed June 1, June 15, July 6, July 27, Aug. 10 or Aug.

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Full of Grace – A Polish priest who ministered to fellow immigrants

Msgr. Arthur Strenski sits behind the wheel of his new Cadillac, given to him by the parishioners of St. Joseph Parish, Camden, on his 84th birthday in 1964. He was

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Mass of Remembrance

Msgr. Michael T. Mannion, director of the Office of Community Relations for the Diocese of Camden, celebrates a Mass of remembrance and healing at St. Joseph Church, Sea Isle, on

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Red Rocker, Singing Monsignor united in concern for the poor

On Friday, May 18, St. Nicholas of Tolentine Church in Atlantic City was the recipient of $10,000 by former Van Halen frontman, Sammy Hagar. Hagar, at his Sammy’s Beach Bar