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School year begins before Labor Day

The 2015-16 school year began before Labor Day this year at Catholic schools in the Camden Diocese with students arriving for classes on Wednesday, Sept. 2. Bishop Dennis Sullivan welcomes
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School doors open

St. Mary School, Williamstown principal Patricia Mancuso welcomes students. The students are (back, from left) eighth graders Gabriella Cusano and Alexis Duganitz, and (front, left) third grader Willow Massenberg and
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Diocese in compliance with ‘Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People’

The Diocese of Camden has been found to be in compliance with all audited Articles within the “Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People” for the 2014-15 audit

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Back to school

Students arrive at St. John Paul II School, Stratford.Photo by James A. McBride
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The Bishop’s Schedule

Monday, September 7 – Labor Day Offices Closed   Tuesday, September 8 Deacon Personnel Board Meeting, 3rd floor conference room, Chancery, 11 a.m.   Wednesday, September 9 Mass of the

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Happy to be back again

Teacher Jen LaRosa gets an enthusiastic greeting from Mauricio Gonzalez when he sees her at St. John Paul II Regional School, Stratford. Mauricio, who is entering kindergarten, was in LaRosa’s
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School doors open as September begins

Summer’s heat might still be hanging in the air, but the ocean and the chlorine-filled community pools are devoid of the masses coming to cool in their waters. A new

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Champion for immigrants to receive Catholic Charities honor

If there’s one thing Sister Graciela Rosas does not want, it’s an award. The 66-year-old sister of the Missionary Daughters of the Most Pure Virgin Mary is distressed by the

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The blessings of Sister Graciela’s life

Sister Graciela Rosas entered religious life in Mexico in 1965 at the age of 16. “My plans were to get married and have a large family and be a missionary

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The house where children were baptized illegally

MANNINGTON TOWNSHIP — Here and in Uganda, Bishop Sanctus Lino Wanok of Nebbi could see two communities’ enduring faith in the face of persecution. He recalled St. Charles Lwanga and