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No Star Herald next week

The Catholic Star Herald will not be published on Nov. 2. The next issue will be dated Nov. 9.

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Catholic school students speak freely

“We need saints with jeans and tennis shoes. We need saints that go to the movies, that listen to music, that hang out with their friends.” Those words, from a

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Working with prisoners, and amusing God, for 31 years

“If you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans.” It’s a quote that Sam Pace says with a chuckle as he reflects on the past 31 years of

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Four men called to a threefold ministry of service

The four men who were ordained to the permanent diaconate on Oct. 20 in Christ Our Light Church in Cherry Hill are called to live a threefold ministry of service.

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The Bishop’s Schedule

Saturday, October 27 10 a.m., Confirmation, Saint Charles Borromeo Parish, Sicklerville 1 p.m., Confirmation, Saint Charles Borromeo Parish, Sicklerville Tuesday, October 30 5 p.m., Confirmation, Saint Rose of Lima, Haddon

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Ordination to the diaconate

After years of prayer, study and discernment, four men were ordained to the permanent diaconate by Bishop Dennis Sullivan. In front of family, friends, clergy and religious, Michael G. Bortnowski,

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VITALity partners with Rutgers University on Spanish for Health Professions program

Language as a communication barrier is often cited as one of the most troubling issues one can face when encountering the healthcare system in this country. The jargon used by

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The Good Friday death of a salesman

Dennis Ezekiel, who made his living by selling newspaper advertising, was in his grave less than a week when he was praised by Pope Francis. Not by name, of course.

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White Mass Oct. 28

On Sunday Oct. 28, the Diocese of Camden will celebrate the annual White Mass to recognize and pray for all those who work in the healing arts. Characteristic of the

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School honors Sister Rosemary for six decades in Catholic education

Students, staff, alumni, parents and members of the clergy gathered in the Bishop McHugh School gym recently to pay tribute to Sister Rosemary Powers, who stepped down from her role