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Homeless count helps Catholic Charities identify need

“How are you? I’m so sorry for the mess.” We often say these words to friends when welcoming them into our homes, which perhaps hadn’t been tidied to perfection prior

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Parish honors individuals for their contributions

  Bishop Dennis Sullivan and several other individuals were honored with Achievement Awards at the Saint Rose of Lima Parish, Haddon Heights, Falcon Fest on Jan. 27. The bishop was

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A message from the House of Charity

Retirement is a goal for many, and putting money away helps us to plan for our future retirement. Many of us choose to invest in a tax-deferred 401(k) or IRA.

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February is a month to celebrate caregivers

February is a month dedicated to caregivers. Family and friend caregivers are the backbone of the healthcare system and often go unrecognized in a society that focuses so much on

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Good Counsel fundraiser Feb. 24

Good Counsel Homes opened its doors in New York City in 1985. The late Father Benedict Groeschel and Christopher Bell were administering to the homeless of the city when from

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Production of Christ’s Passion and Pentecost in Gibbsboro

  “The Cross and the Light,” a musical production, will be presented at Saint Andrew The Apostle Catholic Church, Gibbsboro, March 1-4. Now in its seventh season, the production is

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Robert Eugene Hughes, Sr., father of Vicar General, dies

Robert Eugene Hughes, Sr. of Sea Isle City died Jan. 29 at the age of 80. Mr. Hughes was the beloved husband of the late Dolores (née Garrity) and devoted

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Catholic Schools Week- Magical Visit

Magician Chad Juros brought more than tricks to Saint Joseph’s Regional School in Somers Point. His personal story was inspirational, suggesting the real magic is in the joy students can