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Since 1937, working toward Christian unity

Although the Second Vatican Council is widely recognized as signaling the Catholic Church’s newfound openness to the ecumenical movement, currents of thought realizing the scandalous divisions within Christianity were wounds

Columns That All May Be One

Pope Francis discusses possibility of women deacons

Pope Francis either intentionally or inadvertently opened up a very interesting discussion on the topic of the possibility of women deacons during a question and answer session following his recent

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Catholic Star Herald printing schedule

The Catholic Star Herald will not be printed June 3. The next issue will be dated June 10.

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Bishop Sullivan ordains Father Edward Kennedy

Urging him to “have the same missionary fervor and holiness of life” as the saints, Bishop Dennis Sullivan ordained Edward McGettigan Kennedy to the priesthood May 21 in Camden’s Cathedral

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Preventing a family from becoming homeless

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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Wildwood Catholic graduate going to the Olympics

In June 2004, Joseph Maloy graduated from Wildwood Catholic High School. On Aug. 18 of this year, 12 years later and almost 4,000 miles away, the now 30-year-old Maloy will

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Let the Son shine in through repaired stained glass windows

LINDENWOLD — The incident here at the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish happened last Jan. 6, during the Christmas Season. Nine stained-glass windows in the sacristy and main

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The Bishop’s Schedule

Monday, May 30 Diocesan Offices closed in observance of Memorial Day   Tuesday, May 31 10 a.m., Saint Joseph High School Baccalaureate, Saint Mary of Mount Carmel Church, Hammonton  

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Parent ambassadors: True supporters of Catholic schools

If a satisfied customer is the best form of advertisement, who could make a stronger endorsement for our schools than a happy parent? Throughout the Camden Diocese, parent ambassadors give