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Gathering in Assisi of ‘pilgrims in search of peace’

Last week Pope Francis traveled to Assisi to meet and pray with leaders from the world’s religions to pray for peace. It’s hard to believe that it has been 30

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The community, and work, of Sant’Egidio

When Pope Francis travelled to Assisi recently to mark the 30th anniversary of Pope John Paul II’s historic day of prayer there (one which has given rise to an endless

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Thousands come to venerate a relic of Saint Padre Pio

VINELAND — M.J. Ricci is one of many people who believes she has personally seen the healing power of Saint Pio of Pietrelcina, and came here with a story to

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Extending an invitation to Hispanic families

Eight million school-aged Hispanic Catholic children live in the United States. Most of them do not attend Catholic school. A report from a 2016 national survey of Catholic schools serving

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Local volunteers translate ‘Charter’ into Vietnamese

On Sept. 27 Rod Herrera, director of Child and Youth Protection for the Diocese of Camden, and Vietnamese Catholic leaders of South Jersey presented Bishop Dennis Sullivan with a bit

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Learning English opens doors for motivated mom

Rawnak Hazim’s ambitions did not stop at learning the English language when she came to the United States as a refugee two years ago. But that’s where her journey toward

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The Bishop’s Schedule

Saturday, October 1 The Camden Diocese Pilgrimage to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, Washington, D.C. Sunday, October 2 11 a.m., Mass, Saint Teresa of Calcutta

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A good Catholic meddles in politics

A few times a week, my friend Chris and I email each other news articles about this unbelievable election cycle. Chris works for a media company and likes that he