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Student in cooking competition still wearing his apron

Seventh grade Holy Trinity Regional School student Andrew Zappley advanced to the final eight on MasterChef Junior, which aired on the Fox network earlier this week. With judges Gordon Ramsay,

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Columna del Obispo – Estamos en un momento nuevo para las Escuelas Católicas de la Diócesis de Camden

Estamos en un momento nuevo para las Escuelas Católicas de la Diócesis de Camden, un momento que es compartido por la Iglesia aquí en los Estados Unidos y a través

Columns Growing in Faith Understanding Pope Francis

Conversion at the heart of ecumenism, pope says

This year’s Week of Prayer for Christian Unity concluded with the pope’s traditional pilgrimage to St. Paul’s Outside the Walls to mark the saint’s conversion (which notably does not mention

Columns On Behalf of Justice

‘Income stagnation’ and minimum wage

You know you’ve landed on a distant planet when they tell you labor unions are a “special interest” group. Time was when they were thanked for 40-hour weeks, an end

Columns Life & Justice Ministries

A march, a movie and a meeting

There are three things I heard over the past week that are stuck in my head. First, “We are the pro-life generation!” Thousands of young people chanted this refrain at

Columns Wake Up the World – 2015 Year of Consecrated Life

Ministering to advance the rights and dignity of all

The Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, was founded in LePuy, France in 1650, by a Jesuit priest, Father Jean-Pierre Medaille. As active contemplative women

Columns Year of the Family – Diocese of Camden

Making room for Uncle Bobbie

First in a series of monthly columns by different writers on the Year of the Family. Uncle Bobbie was the life of the party, quick with a joke or a

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The unique fingerprints of the unborn

There is a large attractive billboard located on Route 130 South at the Brooklawn Circle. It looms over the road. Its colorful graphics are eye catching and its message riveting.

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Faith behind bars

Father Dennis Bajkowski blesses an inmate of the Camden County Correctional Facility, Camden, on Jan. 15. In the background Bishop Dennis Sullivan, who celebrated Mass in the facility with Father
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The Bishop’s Schedule

Saturday, January 24 House of Charity Kick-Off, Holy Family Parish, Sewell, 12 p.m. Sunday, January 25 Mass celebrating the opening of Catholic Schools Week for Saint Michael the Archangel School,