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Domestic Church: Strong Faith, Strong Families

By Mary Lou Hughes On Nov. 13, in a banquet room in Vineland, the Year of the Family began in the Diocese of Camden. Gathered for dinner, conversation and planning

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Grads of Lay Ministry formation programs honored

VINELAND — On Nov. 20, graduates of the Diocese of Camden’s Lay Ministry Formation programs were recognized at a liturgy here at St. Isidore the Farmer Church, Christ the Good

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Students carry boxes of donated food to trucks at St. Mary School, Williamstown, and St. Joseph Regional School, Somers Point. The schools were among many schools and parishes in the
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Clergy assignment

Bishop Sullivan announces priest personnel changes as follows: Father Christopher S. Fronk, S.J. from Chaplain, U.S. Coast Guard, Cape May to Outside the Diocese, effective Oct. 24.

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Letter to Bishop Sullivan

Dear Bishop Sullivan, Greetings from Dublin where we are enjoying exceptionally mild weather for this time of year. First of all, Bishop Dennis, I wish to sincerely thank you for

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Candidacy

Edward Kennedy, a third year theologian at St. Mary’s Seminary and University in Baltimore, received Candidacy on Nov. 13. A parishioner at St. Nicholas of Tolentine Parish in Atlantic City,
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Giving Tuesday: Called to be grateful, generous

By Mike Jordan Laskey In the Gospel passage suggested for Mass on Thanksgiving Day, 10 lepers call out to Jesus for healing. Jesus sends them to show themselves to religious

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Interfaith group condemns attack on synagogue

The Jewish Catholic Muslim Dialogue of Southern New Jersey strongly condemns the despicable attack on a synagogue in Jerusalem last week. Once again terrorists murder people peacefully at prayer in

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Parents invited

Bishop Dennis Sullivan celebrates Mass with priests of the Camden Diocese and their parents Nov. 16 at Our Lady of Peace Parish, Williamstown. There were 43 parents present and 18
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Millions could benefit from Obama’s immigration policies

By Joanna Gardner For Claudia Piña and her husband Rafael Trinidad, President Obama’s announcement Nov. 20 of an executive action extending deportation relief to millions of undocumented immigrants was cause