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Praising God, with an endorphin rush

The sun creeps out from under the bridge, rising slowly into the sky. Geese drift lazily on the river. Cherry blossoms dip perilously close to the ground. These have become

As I See It Columns

The unexpected benefits of being on retreat

I have just returned from retreat at Malvern, Pa., with a group of men from Saint Stephen Parish in Pennsauken. I would never have expected to be a retreatant, but

Columns On Behalf of Justice

Looking at immigration, with the help of facts

Let’s look at the current crisis of immigration across the Rio Grande, but for a change, with the help of facts. First, if you used government figures to total up

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A day in the park to promote vocations

SEWELL — On a sun-filled, cloudless day, faithful of all ages filled Washington Lake Park here last Sunday for the fifth annual iRace 4 Vocations. Held on the World Day

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Finding the right hand up to get home

Encountering Mercy: Shelter the Homeless “Encountering Mercy” is a series exploring the corporal works of mercy during the Jubilee Year through the lens of the people whose lives exemplify them.

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An evening of blue note spirituality

No Catholic theologian would refer to the author of the Book of Revelation as “John the Revelator.” Yet when Son House sings about the last book of the Bible, he

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The long neglected study of the Third Person of the Trinity

With the expansive growth of charismatic elements and spiritualties in Christianity, both within Catholic circles and in the explosion of Pentecostal communities in the Global South, it’s important to take

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Pope brings refugees to the Vatican

It certainly was a busy and momentous week for Pope Francis. It culminated with his much anticipated pastoral visit to the refugees on the Greek island of Lesbos. To set