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New Evangelization Summit to take place in Haddon Heights

A New Evangelization Summit webcast, featuring national speakers such as Scott Hahn and Ralph Martin, will take place on April 24 and 25 at the Knights of Columbus Santa Maria

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Nominations sought for Justice in Action awards

Virginia, known as GeeGee, Brannigan pushes through a rack of coats until she lands on one. Pulling it out she presents it to the homeless man, who takes and inspects

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ARC girls first in league

Assumption Regional School, Galloway, girls varsity team, with an undefeated season, placed first in the Catholic League playoffs held recently at Holy Spirit High School, Absecon.
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Live from Kosovo

During Catholic Schools Week this past January, Resurrection Catholic School, Cherry Hill, students collected supplies to send to the soldiers who are serving in the New Jersey Army National Guard’s
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Boys’ 8th grade B-Ball champs

Photo by Alan M. Dumoff,http://ccdphotolibrary.smugmug.comSt. Rose of Lima, Haddon Heights, defeated St. Peter, Merchantville, 37-35 in the eighth grade basketball championship held March 17 at Paul VI High School, Haddon
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Irish Giving Day Initiative raises $63,302 in 24 hours

On March 17, Camden Catholic High School, Cherry Hill, hosted their first one-day giving event, themed around the school’s Irish roots and held appropriately on St. Patrick’s Day. Three weeks

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Workshop shows growing interest in Stephen Ministry

Church of the Holy Family in Sewell hosted a Stephen Ministry Introductory Workshop on March 21, providing attendees with information on the initiative which trains individuals to be confident and

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A day of service and praise for diocesan youth

With these words, spoken at the closing Mass, Bishop Dennis Sullivan expressed his pleasure with the passion, faith and service of the 300 students in grades 8-12 that took part

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Alliance seeks to make New Jersey more ‘immigrant-friendly’

Assembling in front one of the largest Catholic churches in the Diocese of Camden’s see city, a wide ranging group announced its intentions to make New Jersey a more “immigrant-friendly”

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Holy Cross parishioners advocate for change in state driver’s license law

The undocumented community of the Parish of the Holy Cross found its voice on Sunday, March 22, when over 500 parishioners packed St. Teresa of Avila Church for a town