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Season opener

Saint Augustine Prep’s new head football coach, Pete Lancetta, speaks to his team during preseason practice in Richland on Aug. 23. The Hermits opened their season this weekend against Pennsylvania’s
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KofC Nativity Council donates backpacks

On Aug. 21st, Knights of Columbus Nativity Council delivered close to 50 school backpacks filled with an abundance of school supplies to Saint John Paul II Regional School, Stratford. In

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SNJ Today President Ken Pustizzi to address the Catholic Business Network

On Friday, Sept. 8, from 7:30- 9:30 a.m., the Catholic Business Network will host a breakfast and a presentation by Ken Pustizzi, founder and President and CEO of SNJ Today,

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Honoring Father Szolack

Father Joseph L. Pham, pastor of Infant Jesus Parish, Woodbury Heights, watches as Father Joseph T. Szolack and Steve Graham, parish council president, unveil a plaque at the Aug. 26
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Thoughts on cosmic death and resurrection

Heidi Ann Russell’s still relatively recent (2015) book “Quantum Shift: Theological and Pastoral Implications of Contemporary Developments in Science” contains a number of fascinating chapters on topics of interest to

As I See It Columns

Cheerfully disagreeable, with no time for bigots

William F. Buckley, Jr. once wrote a letter to the King of England, scolding him for not paying off his country’s World War I debt to the U.S. He was

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God’s love is all-encompassing, embracing all peoples

As we enter any church in our parishes — any Catholic church in the world — Jesus is there: waiting for us; waiting for us with the greatest love the

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Racial equality and the Catholic fight for social justice

As a Catholic priest from the Diocese of Camden, I was so proud of our own Bishop Dennis Sullivan’s swift and categorical condemnation of the violence and murder perpetuated by

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The Holy Family and true ownership of things

We recently saw here how the Lord’s Prayer showed the Lord’s proud attachment to his Jewish roots. We did this with the hope that any and all anti-Semitic prejudices and

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The man who mastered the Rosetta Stone

What child has not had their imagination captured while wandering around a museum of mummies and sarcophagi and artifacts engraved with ancient hieroglyphics? Modern archeology in many aspects can be