Back to homepage
Growing in Faith

Catholics in America – Father Mychal Judge, NYFD chaplain, ‘he said yes’

After attending daily Mass at New York’s St. Francis on 31st Street last week, I went into the gift shop because I was nearly certain Dante was one of the

That All May Be One

Peace a vital interest in Egyptian elections

Christian and Jewish leaders have mixed feelings about the recent decision in the Egyptian presidential election. With the confirmed election results in, the Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohammed Morsi will become the

As I See It

Voting is both a right and a duty

The United States has a history of ambiguity about its own citizens’ participation in elections. The Founding Fathers believed that only a few people should vote. They excluded from voting:

As I See It

‘Having any luck?’

He was a handsome, bald-headed man in yellow bathing trunks, with an accent thick with Argentina. I met him while I was walking along the edge of the shore in

As I See It

Modest beginning, ambitious plan

Just before the start of a new year, many of us make elaborate resolutions to make positive changes in our lives: to lose weight, spend less and save more, give

Latest News

Summer schedule

The Catholic Star Herald will not be printed July 6, July 27, Aug. 10 or Aug. 24.


Día de la Juventud Hispana

Photos by Alan M. Dummoff, El Diácono Pablo Berríos bendice a una joven durante una Misa para jóvenes en la parroquia de San Gabriel Arcángel, Carneys Point, el 16

Catholic School News

Scholarship Winners

Photo by James A. McBride Joechin Obasi and Alexis Branch, center, are this year’s winners of the scholarships awarded by the Black Catholic Ministry Commission of the Camden Diocese. Joechin

Latest Letters to the Editor

Credit due the sisters

Editor: While the Anniversary Supplement (June 8) was informative there was a major omission! Except for mentioning that a particular bishop brought a group of sisters to the diocese and

Clergy Assignments

Clergy assignment correction

Please note the previous status of Father Peter Idler was Outside the Diocese rather than Leave of Absence as announced in the June 18 memorandum of priest changes. It should