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The fat feline experiment

Nicholas Fleming, an eighth grader at Saint Vincent de Paul Regional School in Mays Landing, loves cats. So for his science fair experiment, titled: “Is that cat fat?” he measured

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Jacki Carty is a life-long member of Holy Eucharist Parish in Cherry Hill. She is also a graduate of Christ the King Regional School and Paul VI High School. Her

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Local musicians perform with honor band

Several members of the Saint Rose of Lima School, Haddon Heights, Advanced Band performed in the 2017 Philadelphia Area Honor Band at Villanova University on March 18. The honor band

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The goal is to become missionary disciples

Currently, parishes throughout the Diocese of Camden are preparing for the V Encuentro, a four-year process of ecclesial reflection and action that calls on Hispanics to missionary activity, consultation, leadership

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Filippini Sister Josephine Calo dies

Sister Josephine Calo, MPF, 84, died peacefully March 10 at Saint Joseph Hall, Villa Walsh, Morristown, .NJ. She taught at Saint Peter School, Merchantville, 1966-67 and again from 1970-72, and

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Lourdes Orthopedics hosts free ongoing joint replacement classes

Joint replacement surgery is becoming more common. More than 1 million Americans have a hip or knee replaced each year, according to the National Institutes of Health. Research has shown

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‘The Last Seven Words of Jesus Christ’ April 7-8

The Saint Padre Pio Players will present: “The Last Seven Words of Jesus Christ” on Friday, April 7, and Saturday April 8, at Our Lady of Pompeii Church, 4680 Dante

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The church is part of city’s hope for the future

A tall man in the center of the room excitedly shared news about development projects in Atlantic City. Nothing about the news was vague. He named names and cited figures.

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Egypt’s complex and storied Christian history

In what is an unusually expedited timeline, the Vatican announced this week that Pope Francis will travel over the extended Easter season to visit Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi during the

Columns On Behalf of Justice

Scripture tells us we all are sinners

What do you see in common with these inspired texts from both testaments? — 1 Kings 8, 46f and 2 Chronicles 6, 36f: “When they sin against you (for there