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On the journey to faith

Growing up, Bryan Murphy had no conception of religion, let alone the Catholic faith. “It was pretty much rocket science to me” back then, he says. His girlfriend, Kathryn Suttle,

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Jesus stretches out his hand to the leper

Black History Month was observed in our diocese on Sunday, Feb. 15, with the celebration of Mass followed by a brunch and an afternoon of jazz. Black History Month has

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The Bishop’s Schedule

Saturday, February 28 Céilidh Celebration, Camden Catholic High School, Cherry Hill, 8 p.m. Sunday, March 1 Mass and FaithFULL Food Drive, Catholic Community of the Holy Spirit, Mullica Hill, 10:30

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Medical Association breakfast March 22

The Annual Communion Breakfast sponsored by the South Jersey Catholic Medical Association will be held on Sunday, March 22, at 9 a.m. at the Lourdes Medical Center Chapel, 1600 Haddon

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Prayers for Father Tolton’s canonization

In addition to the Black History Month Mass held on Sunday, Feb. 15, the Black Catholic Ministry Commission held a prayer service for the cause for canonization of Father Augustus

Clergy Assignments

Bishop announces clergy assignments

Bishop Sullivan announces priest personnel changes as follows:  Father Jerry A. Gomez from Parochial Vicar, Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Galloway to Outside of the Diocese, effective March 1. Father

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Mater Ecclesiae Mission, Berlin, featured in online magazine

Mater Ecclesiae in Berlin is featured in the February 2015 issue of Regina Magazine, in the publication’s “Secret Catholic Insider Guide to Amazing Parishes.” An online publication, Regina Magazine is

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Local priest writes book on Maria Esperanza

Father Timothy Byerley first met Servant of God Maria Esperanza Medrano de Bianchini in the early 1990s, when Medrano — a wife, mother of seven, and Catholic visionary — was