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Black Catholic Ministry Scholarship Awards 2018

The Office of Black Catholic Ministries and Cultural Diversity for the Diocese of Camden has expanded its scholarship program for the 2018-19 school year. Five eighth graders were recently chosen

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Black Catholic Ministry essay contest winners announced

How can you build friendships with youth who are different or think differently than you? That was the question for this year’s Black Catholic Ministry essay contest, open to all

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Softball action

In high school girls’ softball action on May 14, visiting Saint Joseph (Hammonton) beat Our Lady of Mercy Academy 13-2 in Newfield. Above, a Wildcat takes a swing. Below, the
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Bridges to peace

On May 16 the Life and Justice team of Glassboro’s Saint Bridget University Parish held a Holy Hour called “Bridges to Peace,” with attendees praying for unity around the globe.
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Rover and the Rosary

Holding a dog, a woman prays at the America Needs Fatima Rosary gathering May 19 at the Padre Pio Shrine, Landisville.Photo by Alan M. Dumoff
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Catholic Strong Phases

Pilot Phase – Fall 2017 St. Maximilian Kolbe, Marmora St. John Neumann, N. Cape May Holy Family, Sewell St. Rose of Lima, Haddon Heights Incarnation, Mantua St. Mary, Gloucester City

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Best Practices Symposium June 21

Brian Schaller, senior vice president of WaWa, will be the keynote speaker at the Best Practices Symposium sponsored by the Catholic Business Network of South Jersey. Schaller’s topic will be

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You’re safe!

On May 10, visiting Holy Spirit (Absecon) edged out Saint Augustine 1-0 in high school boys’ baseball action, held in Richland. Above, Holy Spirit’s Vince Letizia slides safely back to
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School honors saint with a day of service

Saint John Paul II Regional School, Stratford, students honored Saint John Paul II with its annual school-wide day of service on May 14. Student Council led the prayer service to