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An excellent school works to ensure its future

Marketing, student ambassadors, outreach to the Latino community, new technology. Saint Mary School in Vineland has been working hard to ensure that its day-to-day achievements have a future. “We need

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Catholic schools are important, needed and deserve our support

During the week of January 31st our Church is observing Catholic Schools Week. This is an opportunity to celebrate what makes our schools unique and excellent as communities of Faith,

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Dispatch from a snowy, joyful March for Life

The snow started earlier than expected, falling on the marchers as they made their way down Constitution Avenue toward the U.S. Supreme Court Building. Most of the South Jerseyans who

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The critical need for material donations for refugees

On a Tuesday afternoon just before the bell rings, a group of high school students carries bag after bag, neatly labeled, to the waiting Catholic Charities staff person’s car. They

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Pro-life commitment, closer to home

For passionate pro-lifers throughout the Diocese of Camden, Winter Storm Jonas might have changed their travel plans, but not their enthusiasm last weekend. High school and parish groups were ready

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490 priests later: A rector reflects on forming good men

By Robert Duncan/Catholic News Service ROME — The addition of a $7 million, 10-story building was the most visible change at the Pontifical North American College during Msgr. James F.

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Below the rim

On Jan. 13, the visiting Saint Augustine Prep Hermits defeated the Wildwood Catholic Crusaders 78-65 in North Wildwood. Above, the Crusaders’ Charles Fields beats the Hermits’ Walter Harvey, to score
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Triple jump

On Jan. 21, the Paul VI Eagles defeated the visiting Camden Catholic Irish in Haddon Township, by a score of 51-38. Above, the Irish’s Chris Okafor, Jamal Parker and Terrance
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Standing up for life in New Jersey

Top photo: Father James King and members of Stockton University’s campus ministry attend the pro-life rally in Trenton on Jan. 22; Wildwood Catholic High School students in Trenton; Worshippers pray
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Bishop lends his support to increasing minimum wage

U.S. Representative Donald Norcross (NJ-01), presented his plans for a graduated $15 an hour federal minimum wage. Efforts to bolster workers’ wages has long been an area of concern for