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A goal that we can reach together

Catholic Strong Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ: After my arrival in the diocese, I set forth three principal pastoral objectives that needed to be addressed: increasing vocations to the

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Walking out as disciples

Gloucester Catholic students walk in procession from their school to Saint Mary Church for a prayer service on March 14 during the National School Walkout, a student-led response to the
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A reverent student walkout at Catholic schools

By Peter G. Sánchez and Mary Beth Peabody They sat, stood and walked in silence. They prayed, lit candles, and rang bells. They read names and shared bits of personal

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Putting faith in action by putting food in boxes

Sunday, March 18, was no ordinary Sunday in the Diocese of Camden. Southern New Jersey parishes bustled with activity on the sunny day as the Camden Diocese held its fifth

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Energetic faith on display at Youth Congress

GALLOWAY — His Roman collar peeking out from under the black shirt that read “God has your blessing, #BELIEVE,” just below his baseball cap-topped head, the priest from the Bronx

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The Bishop’s Schedule

Saturday, March 24 10 a.m., Confirmation, Incarnation Parish, Mantua 1 p.m., Confirmation, Incarnation Parish, Mantua Sunday, March 25 11:30 a.m., Palm Sunday Mass, Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Camden Tuesday,

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God’s thunderous voice in a quiet room

Holy Angels Parish in Woodbury hosts an American Sign Language Inclusion Mass on the first Sunday evening of each month. I recently attended one celebrated by Father Hugh Bradley and

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Teens and parents growing closer to God together

Scott Anthony, a youth minister in Pennsylvania, recalls the moment one of his teens took her father’s hand and guided him through the rosary. It happened at a “Parent-Teen Night”

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Ball leap

A first baseman for Paul VI High School’s baseball team (Haddonfield) leaps for an overthrown ball during his team’s scrimmage against Gloucester Catholic on March 15.Photo by Alan M. Dumoff