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Countdown starts, with emphasis on the poor

Bishop Dennis Sullivan launched the Diocese of Camden’s 40 Days of Francis campaign, ahead of the Holy Father’s upcoming visit to Philadelphia, calling for South Jersey faithful to take up

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Agreement for sale of nursing homes to Center Management Group announced

Sale will ensure the viability of facilities It was announced today that an agreement had been reached to sell the residential health care facility and the three nursing homes which

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The effort to adopt a home- and community-based approach to the care of the elderly and the infirm

INTRODUCTION As people age, it is typically one of their deepest desires to remain in their homes for as long as possible, and to preserve their links with their families,

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On their way to the World Meeting of Families

In addition to highlighting the diocese’s anti-poverty efforts, Bishop Sullivan used the occasion to award eight diocesan families with tickets to attend the World Meeting of Families theological congress in

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‘I’ll never forget the look on his face’

At a press conference Aug. 17 in Camden, Bishop Dennis Sullivan and Kevin Hickey, executive director of Catholic Charities, talked about poverty and the Camden Diocese’s anti-poverty efforts. Jeanetta Warren,

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The Bishop’s Schedule

Sunday, August 23 Mass celebrating the 50th anniversary of Saint Charles Borromeo Parish, Sicklerville, 2 p.m. Monday, August 24 Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Parish Farm Ministry Mass, Graiff

Clergy Assignments

Priest personnel change

Bishop Sullivan announces priest personnel changes as follows: Father Jeffrey Putthoff, S.J. from Executive Director of Hopeworks ‘N Camden to Outside the Diocese, effective Sept. 1.

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Watery Blessing

Last weekend, Bishop Dennis Sullivan celebrated the Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, with the Wedding of the Sea traditions in Wildwood and Atlantic City. In these