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Spreading the Lord’s message through music

The strum of a guitar, a choir singing, the organist orchestrating a dance with his fingers — ordinary music put in the hands of the right people can have an

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Curriculum and classic literature

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP — Homer’s “Odyssey.” Elie Wiesel’s “Night.” Shakespeare’s “Hamlet.” Every year, these literary classics and others are read and discussed by teachers and students in classrooms throughout the United

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Our people need shepherds, parish priests

This year the fourth Sunday of Easter, Good Shepherd Sunday, was my fourth observance of the World Day of Prayer for Vocations to the Priesthood and Religious Life as your

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Catholic Home Missions Appeal

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, The Church has great needs around the world, and the United States is no exception. Many dioceses here at home face challenges due to

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The Bishop’s Schedule

Monday, April 25 5 p.m., Confirmation, the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Camden   Tuesday, April 26 1:30 p.m., Priest Personnel Board Meeting, 3rd Floor Conference Room, Market Street 5

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Catholic Charities’ resources and events for the Jubilee of Mercy

Catholic Charities’ Mercy In-Focus program can help parishes delve into the Year of Mercy through opportunities for meaningful encounter with the corporal works of mercy. Catholic Charities staff speakers, who

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St. Andrew offers live video streaming of Mass, special events

Catholics can now view the Mass and other liturgical events at Saint Andrew the Apostle Church, Gibbsboro, from their desktop computers, iPads, notebooks and smartphones. On Holy Thursday night, Saint