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Head of school named for Bishop Eustace

Bishop Eustace Preparatory School, Pennsauken, announces the appointment of Angelo Milicia ’95 as the new Head of School effective July 1. Milicia will succeed Brother James Beamesderfer, S.A.C., when his

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Learn to manage health care with mobile apps

Stockton University students in Associate Professor Helen Wei’s Medical Informatics class will help older adults manage their health care using free mobile apps. The Stockton Center on Successful Aging will

Youth and Young Adults News

Online survey seeks input from young Catholics

This weekend, the Diocese’s Office of Youth, Young Adult, and Campus Ministries will roll out an online survey seeking input from the young church in preparation for the Synod of

Youth and Young Adults News

SPY

Photo by Peter G. SánchezOn March 11, Merchantville’s Saint Peter’s Parish Youth Group (SPY) held their weekly gathering in the school gym, with a fun, competitive game of Hungry Human
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Patty and Jay Wright to receive inaugural Saint Augustine Medal

VILLANOVA, PA — The Augustinian Friars of the Province of Saint Thomas of Villanova, will present the inaugural Saint Augustine Medal to Patty and Jay Wright. Jay Wright is the

Sports News

Red Bank Battle

Photo by Alan M. DumoffThe Paul VI High School (Haddonfield) Girls’ Basketball squad fell to Red Bank Catholic, 64-48, last week in the Non-Public A South Championship, held in Jackson,
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Trophy Time

Photo by Alan M. DumoffThe Richland-based Saint Augustine Hermits captured the High School Boys’ Basketball Non-Public A South Championship last week, defeating Pennsauken’s Bishop Eustace Prep Crusaders, 65-35, in Jackson,
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Each region of the diocese preparing for V Encuentro

Parishes throughout the Diocese of Camden are hosting small Christian communities in the process of the V Encuentro of Hispanic Ministry. One of them, Blackwood’s Saint Jude Church, Our Lady

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The practice of ‘Letting Go’ in the Lenten Season

A Jersey shore seagull with a broken wing cannot fly. A blackbird that clings to a tree branch cannot fly. A bat that clings to the gutter of your home

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Interfaith Passover Seder on March 27

One of the ongoing humorous mistakes over the years in which I have been attending various meetings and gatherings at local Jewish synagogues and the Jewish Community Center is that,