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The joy of graduation day

Amid loud cheers and a few tears, the Class of 2018 has crossed the finish line. Nearly 1,200 young adults graduated from six diocesan and three private South Jersey Catholic

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Seminarians on pilgrimage in Lourdes

On May 23 many of the seminarians of the Diocese of Camden, along with Fathers Michael Romano, vocation director, and Adam Cichoski, departed for a three week pilgrimage to work

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Youth group ceremony

Photo by Peter G. Sánchez— Members of the MMC youth group and its Lead Team after Mass June 3 at Saint Mary of Mount Carmel Parish, Saint Joseph Church in
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The Bishop’s Schedule

Sunday, June 10 3 p.m., Wedding Anniversary Mass, Mary, Mother of Mercy Parish, Glassboro Wednesday, June 13 – Friday, June 15 USCCB Spring General Meeting, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

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Camden Catholic hires a new football coach

The administration of Camden Catholic High School announced the hire of Robert “Cody” Hall as head football coach. Hall is a graduate of James Madison University, where he was a

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DeSales Volunteers ‘come to learn from Camden’

Many are familiar with Camden’s challenges: abandoned houses, homelessness, hunger, drug abuse and cycles of poverty among other things. But negatives are by no means the whole story of Camden.

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World Refugee Day celebration will be held June 23 at Christ Our Light Parish

In 2000, the United Nations officially designated June 20 of each year to be celebrated as World Refugee Day. The date marks the 50th anniversary of the implementation of the

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Taxpayers urged to speak out on transportation issue

The Little family has a big need for reliable bus transportation. In the coming school year, their children will attend three different schools in the Diocese of Camden: Our Lady

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Confront the malignancy of racism in root and branch

By Father Robert J. Gregorio on behalf of the Racial Justice Commission, Diocese of Camden “Love one another as I have loved you” is the capstone of Christian living and