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Ida Falotico dies

Ida Falotico of Minotola, the mother of Father Ronald Falotico, parochial vicar at St. Mary of Mount Carmel in Hammonton, died Tuesday, Sept. 4, at the age of 93. Jewish

Sports News

Scrimmage

On Friday, Aug. 31, the St. Joseph’s (Hammonton) high school football team visited Camden Catholic (Cherry Hill) for a scrimmage between the two squads. Above, a St. Joseph player intercepts

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The Spanish American Relief group

Members of the Spanish American Relief group pose for a photo during a fundraising breakfast for cancer patients and disaster relief. The event was held Aug. 4 at Divine Mercy

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El grupo Hispano de Auxilio Americano

Miembros del grupo Hispano de Ayuda Americana posan para una foto durante un desayuno de recaudación de fondos para pacientes de cáncer y operaciones de socorro. El evento se llevó

Catholic School News

The first day

Students enter Assumption School, Atco, to begin the first day of the new year. Photo by Alan M. Dumoff, ccdphotolibrary.smugmug.com

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First day of school

St. Mary School, Williamstown principal Patricia Mancuso, welcomes back students (from left) Brigid Ward, Brendan Aldrich, Heidi Wolf and Kaitlyn Morris to school on Wednesday, Sept. 5. Brendan and Kaitlyn

That All May Be One

Mormons and their unique understanding of God

After watching the Republican National Convention last week I was struck by how much our nation is still struggling with the issue of a candidate’s religion and how it affects

Growing in Faith

Catholics in America – The first American man to be canonized

Born in the city of Prague in what is today the Czech Republic and named after local hero John Nepomucene, John Neumann came to America to seek ordination in 1836. (In

As I See It

God, me and the Boss

I’ll admit it. The first time I saw Bruce Springsteen in concert I got weepy. Anyone who knows me even a teeny bit, knows that I adore The Boss. I