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Three kings and a camel

The Holy Eucharist, the collection basket and the sign of peace. These things are very familiar to Catholic Sunday Massgoers. But an Arabian camel? The faithful at Saint John Church,

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Facetime with God

Rev. Mr. Anthony Infanti spoke on the topic “Facetime with God: Praying with Icons” at the most recent Theology on Tap gathering. A discussion series for Catholic young adults and

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The Wise Men, and all who long for God

This weekend, faith communities around the world, including the Diocese of Camden, will mark the Epiphany of the Lord, remembering the Three Kings’ visit to the baby Jesus in Bethlehem.

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A loaves and fishes story in South Camden

After a Christmas Grinch ran off with well over $1,000 from Sacred Heart Church in Camden a few weeks ago, individuals filled with the spirit of the holiday came together

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A grateful bishop is honored and praised

CAMDEN — Among family, friends and his co-workers in God’s vineyard, Joseph Anthony Galante celebrated the 25th anniversary of his episcopal ordination on the afternoon of Sunday, Dec. 10, here

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Despite prayers and pleas, Bridgeton couple is deported

Despite prayers and pleas from family and community leaders, including Bishop Dennis Sullivan, to U.S lawmakers and President Donald Trump, Oscar and Humberta Campos were compelled to report to the

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The feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Marking the Dec. 12 feast of the Patroness of the Americas, South Jersey’s Hispanic communities and others honored “La Morenita” in liturgy, song and dancing. The festivities at parishes throughout

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Celebrando la fiesta de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe

Con motivo de la festividad de la Patrona de las Américas, el 12 de diciembre, las comunidades hispanas del sur de Nueva Jersey festejaron a “La Morenita” a principios de

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The eight decades of the Diocese of Camden

Ministry to Hispanics. Education. Religious freedom. Vocations. All of these are topics of concern for today’s Catholic Church — as they all have been throughout the 270-plus year history of

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Celebrating 50 years of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal

Last month, South Jersey’s Hispanic Catholic Charismatics experienced a weekend of praise, worship and formation in Vineland. Saturday, Nov. 4, and Sunday, Nov. 5, at Divine Mercy Parish were days