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Bishop from Haiti visits

Auxiliary Bishop Glandas Marie Erick Toussaint of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, celebrates Mass at Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Galloway, July 23. Father Yvans Jazon, a native of Haiti and a leader

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Bishop announces priest assignments

Bishop Sullivan announces priest personnel changes as follows:   Father Hugh Macsherry, OFM from Pastor, Saint Anthony of Padua, Camden to In Residence, Saint Joseph Pro-Cathedral, Camden, effective July 31.

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Mass in the Fields

On July 22, a liturgy for farmworkers and their families was celebrated at Larchmont Farms in Elmer.  In this photo, Father David Rivera, Parochial Vicar at Holy Cross Bridgeton and main

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Star Herald columnist contributes to book on Christian joy

Libreria Editrice Vaticana (LEV), more commonly referred to as the Vatican Press, recently published a book co-authored by Star Herald columnist Michael Canaris and his colleague Donna Orsuto entitled “Living

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Scholarship fund established to honor late principal

Assumption Regional School principal Mary Ellen Schurtz, who retired on June 29, 2017, died July 17 after a battle with cancer. The South Jersey Catholic Schools community extends prayers and

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Diocesan delegates reflect on the convocation

The Diocese of Camden sent two dozen parish and diocesan representatives to the “Convocation of Catholic Leaders: The Joy of the Gospel in America” held July 1-4 in Orlando, Fla.

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Bishop appoints two new deans

— Father Raymond P. Gormley will be dean of the 14 parishes of Deanery 3 (Gloucester and Salem counties). Father Gormley is pastor of Incarnation Parish, Mantua. As dean, he

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Misa en los campos

Mass in the fields — Father Ariel Hernandez, pastor of Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Parish, Newfield, distributes Communion during a bilingual Mass at the Ferrari Farm in East

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Seminarians finish the Camino de Santiago

This summer, Seminarians Stephen Robbins and Ryan Meehan made the Camino de Santiago, a large network of ancient pilgrim routes stretching across Europe and coming together at the tomb of