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Ayoye a la Colecta para la Inglesia en América Latina

Queridos hermanas y hermanos en Cristo, Nuestra diócesis pronto realizará la colecta nacional para la Iglesia en América Latina. Aunque los pueblos están llenos de fe, las necesidades en esta

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New life for an old classic

Father Ed Lyons, a retired priest and basketball coach of the Camden Diocese, was honored this year at the 2018 Seagull Classic, a high school basketball tournament he started in

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Dominican Sister Jean Merrell dies

Sister Jean Merrell, OP (formerly Sister Mary Judith) of the Dominican Sisters of Hope died Jan. 3 at the Woodbury Mews in Woodbury. She was 87 years of age. Sister

Columns Growing in Faith

The Holy Name of Jesus

In 2002, Pope John Paul II encouraged in the adoption of the revised Roman Missal a reinstitution of the memorial of the Holy Name of Jesus, which had been suppressed

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Leader of Mormon Church, Thomas S. Monson, dies

On Tuesday, Jan. 2, Thomas S. Monson, leader of the 15.9 million member Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), sometimes known as the Mormon Church, died at

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National Migration Week 2018: A reminder of ‘Many Journeys, One Family’ campaign

For nearly 50 years, the Catholic Church has celebrated National Migration Week, which kicks off this weekend, Jan. 7. This year’s purpose takes on a special significance in light of

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‘If you touch their hearts, you will touch their souls’

I have a stone on my desk given to me by our Camden Diocese’s Youth & Young Adult Ministries director, Greg Coogan, which reads “touch hearts.” I often think about

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Dresses provide armor against traffickers

Uganda is one of a number of nations throughout the world where children are trafficked and exploited for forced labor and prostitution, according to a 2016 report issued by the

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The Wise Men, and all who long for God

This weekend, faith communities around the world, including the Diocese of Camden, will mark the Epiphany of the Lord, remembering the Three Kings’ visit to the baby Jesus in Bethlehem.