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The problem of hunger, throughout the world

Hungry? Me, too, especially when I remember Lents of old, when adults had to confine themselves to one meal a day plus another two that together could not equal the

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A reflection on the World Meeting of Families

At the opening Mass for the World Meeting of Families on Sept. 22 the entrance procession lasted more than 20 minutes. Picture it if you can. First are the Knights

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Truckin’ for the pope and the poor

“What better way to prepare for the visit of the Holy Father than a day in service to those in our diocese who are hungry?” — Kevin Hickey, Catholic Charities

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The Bishop’s Schedule

Saturday, September 19 Confirmation, Saints Peter & Paul Parish, Turnersville, 10 a.m. Confirmation, Saints Peter & Paul Parish, Turnersville, 1 p.m. Sunday, September 20 Catechetical Sunday Mass, Christ the Good

Clergy Assignments

Bishop announces deacon personnel changes

Bishop Sullivan announces the following deacon personnel changes: Deacon Kevin L. Laughlin, from The Catholic Community of the Holy Spirit, Mullica Hill, to Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Parish,

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Deacon Emil Ralbusky, pro-life advocate, dies

Deacon Emil Ralbusky, 65, of Collingswood, who served the Diocese of Camden in a variety of communities for over 25 years, died Sept.11. A man known for his devotion to

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Bishop promulgates revised Social Media Policy for diocese

This week, Bishop Dennis Sullivan has promulgated the revised version of the Social Media Policy of the Diocese of Camden. Originally released on Sept. 25, 2013, the revised version now

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Sicklerville woman designs backpack for World Meeting of Families

Linda Milano, owner of CFB Promotional Products of Sicklerville, designed a clear backpack that will be part of a “pilgrim pack” and distributed to all registrants who are attending the