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Knights of Columbus color corps

Bishop Dennis Sullivan poses for a photo with Knights of Columbus at the Color Corps Appreciation Reception Feb. 27 at Scotland Run Golf Club, Williamstown.Photo by Mike Walsh
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La Pasion de Cristo

Treinta jóvenes de la Parroquia San José Pro Catedral, Camden, participan en una presentación de la pasión de Cristo el 25 de marzo.Thirty young people of Saint Joseph Pro-Cathedral Parish,
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Jesus the healer

The Franciscan Mystery Players, a project of 13 young people from Our Lady of Hope Parish, Blackwood, presented “Jesus the Healer: A Living Meditation on Healing” at several parishes this
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Pro-life advocate William J. Klatt dies

William J. Klatt, a passionate advocate for the pro-life cause, died March 25 at his home in Sewell. He was 78. A man known for his quiet and gentle demeanor,

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Memorial to honor Holocaust victims

The Anti-Defamation League has reported that anti-Semitic incidents in its 2017 audit has uncovered the highest single-year increase since the organization began releasing its first audit in 1979. Jonathan A.

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‘Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women’

Pope Francis continues to advocate for a deepening awareness of and care for our common home, the earth. It is indubitable that the poor and marginalized disproportionately shoulder the burdens

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A goal that we can reach together

Catholic Strong Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ: After my arrival in the diocese, I set forth three principal pastoral objectives that needed to be addressed: increasing vocations to the

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Walking out as disciples

Gloucester Catholic students walk in procession from their school to Saint Mary Church for a prayer service on March 14 during the National School Walkout, a student-led response to the
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A reverent student walkout at Catholic schools

By Peter G. Sánchez and Mary Beth Peabody They sat, stood and walked in silence. They prayed, lit candles, and rang bells. They read names and shared bits of personal