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Stations of Mercy

During Lent, parishes across the Diocese of Camden will be participating in the Stations of Mercy. These stations consist of an all-day schedule of prayer on behalf of the faithful

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Catholic Star Herald printing schedule

The Catholic Star Herald will not be printed Feb. 19. The next issue will be dated Feb. 26.

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Priest recalls fleeing Vietnam, with a hunger for the sacraments

HADDON HEIGHTS — In the midst of the literal storm, Father Joseph Pham found himself at peace. “I prayed, surrendered myself to God, and trusted him. I was calm,” he

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‘Remember that you are dust’

Bishop Dennis Sullivan and priests of the Diocese of Camden administered ashes to the faithful on Ash Wednesday at Camden’s Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, beginning the 40-Day Lenten season
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Mass of Solidarity with Working Families

Our Lady Star of the Sea Church in Atlantic City played host to a special Mass of Solidarity with Working Families on Feb. 3. The Mass, which welcomed members of
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Lenten Regulations 2016

Lent is the 40-day season of penance in preparation for the celebration of the redemption of the human race by Jesus Christ. Lent begins Ash Wednesday, February 10, and ends

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Celebrating schools, collecting donations

Saint Peter School in Merchantville made refugees served by Catholic Charities a part of both their Jubilee of Mercy observance as well as their Catholic Schools Week celebration. Students in

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Counseling can begin the journey of healing

Encountering Mercy: Visit the Sick “Encountering Mercy” is a series exploring the corporal works of mercy during the Jubilee Year through the lens of the people whose lives exemplify them.

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Mass concludes the Year for Consecrated Life

Bishop Dennis Sullivan, with men and women religious from throughout the Diocese of Camden, closed out the Year for Consecrated Life last Sunday, in a liturgy at Church of the
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Keep the Dream Alive

Jeanetta Warren, director of Catholic Charities’ Atlantic County Economic Crisis Committee which responds to the needs of laid off casino workers in and around Atlantic City, was selected by Catholic