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Collection for the Church in Central and Eastern Europe

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, On Ash Wednesday, February 10, 2016, our diocese will take up the Collection for the Church in Central and Eastern Europe (CCEE). Many living

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Singing the praises of Catholic schools

At Christ the King School in Haddonfield, it was “May the Blessing of God Be Upon You.” At Bishop Schad Regional in Vineland, it was “We Are Building the Kingdom.”

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Father Johnson named pastor of Saint Thomas More Parish

Father Phillip M. Johnson, who has served as priest in charge at Saint Thomas More Parish in Cherry Hill since July 2012, began a six-year term as pastor of the

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The Bishop’s Schedule

Saturday, February 6 Mass celebrating the Conclusion of the Year for Consecrated Life, Holy Family Parish, Sewell, 11 a.m. Sunday, February 7 Mass commemorating Black History Month, Saint Charles Borromeo,

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Bishop announces priest assignments

Bishop Sullivan announces priest personnel changes as follows: Father Irudaya Raj Santhanam from Part Time Chaplain, Kennedy Health System, Cherry Hill and Part Time Parochial Vicar and In Residence, Blessed

Catholic Charities

Workshop puts a face on Welcoming the Stranger

On Jan. 28, some 50 people gathered at Christ Our Light Parish in Cherry Hill for a discussion on “Welcoming the Stranger” with four staff from Catholic Charities’ Refugee Resettlement

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Bishop Eustace alumni raise funds for church repair

From 1995 to 2003, Father Joseph Capella was a chaplain, Spanish and religion teacher, and headmaster at Bishop Eustace Preparatory School in Pennsauken. For eight years, he fostered relationships with

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Planning a fundraiser with ‘the money in the suitcase’

BERLIN — Here in Mater Ecclesiae’s Bishop DiMarzio Hall, “Uncle George” walks around his “living room,” a staged setpiece of a rustic lake house living room, complete with worn furniture,

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Anointing of the sick

Father Patrick J. Brady, a retired pastor of the Camden Diocese, anoints Ann Flammer during Mass with the sacrament of anointing of the sick on Jan. 31 at Saint Joseph
Catholic Charities

Counting the homeless in Cumberland County

Snow is still thick on the ground as teams of volunteers strike out from Catholic Charities’ office in Vineland on a frigid January morning. Their mission: find as many homeless