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Dr. Alveda King To Speak In Collingswood

  Dr. Alveda King, niece of civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr., will speak at Transfiguration Church in Collingswood, on Thursday, October 2. Her talk, scheduled to start at

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Camden Diocesan Celebration of Hispanic Families

By Peter G. Sánchez   All Latino families are invited to a diocesan gathering of Hispanic families this Sunday, September 28, at Divine Mercy Parish in Vineland, from 3-6 PM.

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Susan Cavagnaro, left, of Our Lady of Mercy Academy, Newfield, accepts an award from the Big Brother/Big Sister Association of Cumberland County. Presenting the award was Danielle Clementson. Cavagnaro has
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Catholic Partnership Schools receives grant from Conrad N. Hilton Foundation

Catholic Partnership Schools has been awarded a $250,000 grant from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation to build capacity, stabilize and strengthen its post-parochial five-school educational initiative in Camden. “This grant

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Unstoppable!

Photo by Alan M. DumoffOn Sept. 20, the Camden Catholic High School (Cherry Hill) football team could not be stopped, defeating Gloucester Catholic handily by a score of 60-6. Above,
Columns On Behalf of Justice

What’s behind hostility toward immigrants?

By Father Robert J. Gregorio I’d like to speculate on why we hear so much hostility these days toward illegal immigrants. The same reason might explain why we find so

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All eyes are now on the new Chicago archbishop

By Michael M. Canaris Because of his age and the demographics of the American episcopate, Blase Cupich’s appointment as the new archbishop of Chicago will likely be the most prominent

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Peace rally held in Camden

Believing that environmental and social justice issues are intricately conneted, a group of parishioners of Sacred Heart Parish, Camden, held a peace rally at their church on Sept. 21. The

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Camden Diocesan Catholic Charities part of national network’s historic service level

By Joanna Gardner   Mary Rocco’s life had suddenly gotten even more complicated. Suffering from severe arthritis, the 76-year old uses a wheelchair. Her husband died last year and her

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Understanding Catechetical Sunday

    The parishes of the Diocese of Camden, and throughout the United States, recently observed Catechetical Sunday by calling forth and commissioning persons called to serve in the catechetical