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Catholics in America – The ‘original’ Catholic presidential candidate

Most Catholics are aware that John F. Kennedy was the first Catholic president of the United States. He was not, however, the first to be a major candidate for the

As I See It

The need for a new vision of the universe

We must begin to re-think our relationship to the earth and to its life-supporting resources. We need to re-imagine our place in the universe. Our use of the earth as

That All May Be One

Voting your faith: What does it mean?

I would like to share with you a very interesting presentation being offered by our Catholic-Jewish Commission of Southern New Jersey next month. Our Catholic-Jewish Institute for Understanding will present

As I See It

Praise must be deserved, not merely conferred

A few nights ago, on PBS, I heard a man refer to the fact that many people are lacking in vitamin P, which it turns out refers to “praise.” He

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Groundbreaking for new senior housing project

Bishop Joseph A. Galante will preside at a ground breaking ceremony for a new senior housing project in Cherry Hill on Thursday, Sept. 27, at 10 a.m. The new 74-unit

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Dedication of the altar and mausoleum

Photos by James A. McBride Left: The mausoleum chapel at All Saints Cemetery, Newfield, Right: Bishop Joseph Galante, with Deacon Michael Carter, incenses the altar during the liturgy. Bishop Joseph

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Full of Grace – The long and varied career of Sister Virginia Kurek

Sister Virginia Kurek speaks with a patient of St. Mary’s Catholic Home, Cherry Hill, in this 1989 file photo. For almost 80 years, Sister Virginia Kurek ministered as a Little

Youth and Young Adults News

‘Letting someone read the diary of your life’

BARRINGTON — At age 17, Natalie Acciani picked up a guitar and learned how to play, and shortly after, bared her soul here, bringing her personal stories to the Barrington

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Presentation on Catholic thought in the U.S. Oct. 3

Edward F. Mannino, author and historian, will present an examination of the influence of Catholic thought and belief in America, from colonial days to the present time, at Transfiguration Church,

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Kevin D. Walsh to receive award from Rutgers law school

CAMDEN — Kevin D. Walsh, associate director of the Fair Share Housing Center in Cherry Hill, has been selected to receive the 2012 Mary Philbrook Award from the Women’s Law