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Christ found me at the border

As a young adult attending Stockton University in the Diocese of Camden, I was presented with an opportunity to take part in a Solidarity Pilgrimage to the border town of

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Bishop Eustace students make filing less taxing

Tax season. For many, it is a headache to face the annual ritual of compiling forms, digging out receipts, plodding through a tax software program or scheduling an appointment with

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Building empathy with candy and board games

SWEDESBORO — The game was simple, yet revealing, for all ages present here at Saint Clare of Assisi Parish, Saint Joseph Hall. If Mom wanted a yellow Skittle, she had

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Re-thinking what students need to know

Joan DiCicco is a self-proclaimed curriculum geek. A second grade teacher, DiCicco is serving on her third curriculum redesign team for South Jersey Catholic Schools — first math, (ELA) and

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Our call to be missionary disciples

During the university spring break, a group of Rowan and Stockton students, accompanied by Greg Coogan, the director, Youth, Young Adult and Campus Ministries for the Diocese of Camden and

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It left me profoundly changed

When most people hear of Texas, they think of Dallas, Houston, barbecue and the Cowboys. Have you ever heard of McAllen, Texas? Prior to this solidarity pilgrimage, I had no

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Taking students on an adventure with literature

Cathy O’Brien encourages texting in her fifth and sixth grade classes. But there are no electronics involved, and the content isn’t about social plans or what’s for lunch. With colored