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Office of Hispanic Ministry sponsoring a formation day

The Camden Diocesan Office of Hispanic Ministry is sponsoring a formation day that includes several workshops for those active in parish ministries and apostolic movements, on Saturday, March 28, at

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On the journey to faith

Growing up, Bryan Murphy had no conception of religion, let alone the Catholic faith. “It was pretty much rocket science to me” back then, he says. His girlfriend, Kathryn Suttle,

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Mater Ecclesiae Mission, Berlin, featured in online magazine

Mater Ecclesiae in Berlin is featured in the February 2015 issue of Regina Magazine, in the publication’s “Secret Catholic Insider Guide to Amazing Parishes.” An online publication, Regina Magazine is

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Local priest writes book on Maria Esperanza

Father Timothy Byerley first met Servant of God Maria Esperanza Medrano de Bianchini in the early 1990s, when Medrano — a wife, mother of seven, and Catholic visionary — was

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Pastor offers a lesson on Satan, and his greatest trick

On a Friday earlier this month, Friday the 13th, to be exact, people packed the Collegium Center for Faith and Culture in Haddon Heights to learn more about an evil

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The Zappley finale

In the end, it came down to the beef cheek ravioli. The slightly undercooked entrée seemed to be the one misstep in an otherwise flawless three-course meal for 12-year old

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Reporting on the White House for EWTN

Susanne LaFrankie achieved success in the demanding field of television news, but after 10 years she gave it up for the also demanding job of raising a family. Now, her

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Candelmas at Mater Ecclesiae in Berlin

On Feb. 2 Bishop Dennis Sullivan led the celebration of Candelmas, the feast of the Presentation of Our Lord, at Mater Ecclesiae in Berlin. Candelmas remembers Mary’s purification, 40 days

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Where hospitality and learning go together

COLLINGSWOOD — After fourth grader Joseph Wigginton heard that his young relatives at neighboring Camden Diocesan schools had been visited by Bishop Dennis Sullivan, the Good Shepherd Regional School student