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Johnny Hockey back on home ice

Gloucester Catholic hosted a homecoming and jersey retirement ceremony March 2 when it celebrated the return of one of its own, Johnny “Johnny Hockey” Gaudreau. Gaudreau played ice hockey for

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Catholic Star Herald printing schedule

The Catholic Star Herald will not be printed March 13. The next issue will be dated March 20.

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The Bishop’s Schedule

Saturday, March 7 Confirmation, Christ the King Parish, Haddonfield, 10 a.m. Confirmation, Christ the King Parish, Haddonfield, 12 noon Sunday, March 8 Confirmation, Our Lady of the Lakes Parish, Collings

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Worshipping before the Broken Christ in prison

Like the many other prisons Bishop Dennis Sullivan has visited in recent months, Bayside State in Cumberland County entails a lengthy security process to enter. After passing through the metal

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One day food drive makes ‘sizeable impact’

According to Feeding America, one in six children under the age of 18 in the six southern counties of New Jersey, which make up the Camden Diocese, is food insecure,

Clergy Assignments

Bishop Sullivan announces clergy assignment

Bishop Sullivan announces priest personnel changes as follows: Father Irudaya Raj Santhanam from Outside the Diocese to Part Time Chaplain, Kennedy Health System, Cherry Hill and Part Time Parochial Vicar

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Statement from the Camden Diocese

The Diocese of Camden released the following statement March 4: According to published reports, Mark Haynes, a priest of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, currently faces charges of child sexual abuse

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Local man helps build school in Haiti

Dividing his time between South Jersey and Florida, Anthony “Tony” Pestritto was naturally interested when a priest from his New Jersey parish, showed up one Sunday morning at his church

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DeaFest to be held March 21 in Westville Grove

By Kate Slosar “Love Jesus First” is the theme of the Fifth Annual Catholic DeaFest sponsored by the N.J. Pastoral Ministers With the Deaf. The day will celebrate Deaf Catholic

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Deaf Ministry in the Diocese of Camden

By Kate Slosar Each of the dioceses in New Jersey has interpreted Masses. Here in Camden, we are blessed to have interpreted Masses but also a Deaf Mass every Sunday.