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The story of France’s Jewish cardinal

“The Jewish Cardinal” tells the true story of Jean-Marie Lustiger, the son of Polish Jewish immigrants, who maintained his cultural identity as a Jew even after converting to Catholicism and

Office of Stewardship

Stewardship with a sweet tooth

Photo by James A. McBride Robin Carpenter, right, helps prepare food with Susan Mackey, director of the Cathedral Pantry in Camden. Carpenter uses her baking skills to help raise funds

Growing in Faith

‘Rabbi, who sinned?’

March 30Fourth Sunday of Lent Readings:1 Samuel 16: 1B, 6-7, 10-13APsalms 23: 1-3A, 3B-4, 5, 6Ephesians 5: 8-14John 9: 1-41 Catholics who glance at the Sunday morning television preachers will

On Behalf of Justice

Call me lefty, but I’m in good company

When people ask if I am the writer for the Star Herald, I say I am unless they have strong disagreements with me. As luck would have it, they never

Clergy Assignments

Clergy Assignment

Bishop Sullivan announces priest personnel changes as follows: Father Michael M. Romano from In Residence, Saint Mary, Cherry Hill to In Residence, Bishop’s Residence, effective March 24. Father Romano continues

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True grit, school grit

Developing school grit MOUNT LAUREL – The key word at the education summit held March 24 was “grit.” Although the 250 attendees included academics educators, social workers and psychologists, the

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The Bishop’s Schedule

Saturday, March 29Confirmation, Saint Joachim, Bellmawr, 10 a.m.Principal celebrant for Closing Liturgy, “Open My Eyes,” day-long event sponsored by Office of Youth, Young Adult & Campus Ministries, Rowan University (Chamberlain

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Catholic Charities head elected to national post

Kevin H. Hickey, executive director of Catholic Charities, Diocese of Camden, Inc., was recently elected chair of Catholic Charities USA’s Council of Diocesan Directors. His appointment will take effect at

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State Catholic DeaFest to be held March 29

The “Language of the People” referred to in the Vatican II document, the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy, permitted the priests to celebrate the Mass in the people’s native tongue.

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Autism Awareness Month

The National Catholic Partnership on Disability (NCPD) calls on parishes and dioceses to use April, Autism Awareness Month, to welome those with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) into the life