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Salem County Office on Aging and Disabilities and Mid Atlantic States Career and Education Center, with help from Penns Grove FFA, presents Holiday Hoopla, Dec. 14, from 4-7 p.m., doors

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Support Groups

Grief Support Group “Mourning Journey,” open to adults who are grieving the loss of a loved one, 10-week sessions on Thursdays, sponsored by The Parish of All Saints, Millville, in the Spiritual Center of

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Live life with gratitude

A priest friend told me that the parish secretary had incorrectly typed on the weekly calendar in the parish Sunday bulletin for the last Thursday in November, THANKSLIVING Day, instead

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Bishop Sullivan joins student assembly line to pack donations

  Two days before Thanksgiving, Bishop Dennis Sullivan joined Paul VI High School’s National Honors Society students in packing meals for Camden’s needy families. The Haddon Township school partnered with

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An Olympian high jumper on her leap of faith

  GALLOWAY — Priscilla Frederick always had, and still has, dreams of a Broadway stage. Although the Dubliner Pub and Grill here is far from the Theater District, the six-foot

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Students prepare for Christmas Amore concert

  It’s beginning to sound a lot like Christmas. Students from Camden Diocesan high schools are fine-tuning their selections for “Christmas Amore,” the Dec. 3 concert to support the South

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Giving thanks for friends and little wins

  Thanksgiving in my family begins with a prayer of grace and everyone going around the table to name something for which he or she is thankful. As a kid,

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Bishop’s Schedule

Tuesday, November 29 3 p.m., New Jersey Bishops’ night with Knights of Columbus Leadership, Newark, NJ   Wednesday, November 30 9:30 a.m., Archbishop Damiano School Corporate Board of Trustee Meeting,

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Deacon Joseph Izzo of Sewell dies

Deacon Joseph Izzo, 68, of Sewell, died Nov. 12. Ordained to the permanent diaconate on May 9, 2009, he was first assigned to the faith community at Church of the

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Deaf people belong at the Thanksgiving table

  Thanksgiving is a time to gather together with our families and friends to give thanks to God for the many gifts of life and love. Recently the Deaf Community