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Students at Camden parish see service as ‘two-way street’

In photo: Notre Dame University students Cara Pozolo, left, and Margaret Adams are pictured on their arrival at St. Claire House, a residence for volunteers at St. Anthony of Padua

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NBC40’s Hero Campaign Essay contest winner

Photo by Alan M. Dumoff William and Muriel Elliott, left, congratulate Kyle Lafferty, a junior at St. Joseph High School, on winning NBC40’s Hero Campaign Essay contest. Kyle’s inspiration for

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Pen pal lunch

Sandra Palmer, a fifth grader at Good Shepherd Regional School, gets a hug from her pen pal, Irma Croft. Also pictured is Sandra’s grandmother, who drove Croft from Collingswood Manor to

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Friends finally meet after a year of writing letters

Left, Pen pals from Our Lady Star of the Sea School, Cape May, and Holy Name, Camden, share a day at the beach. Students at Catholic schools recently spent some

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Merger coordinator named to assist parishes with reconfiguration

As parishes continue to make progress in their preparations for merger, Bishop Joseph Galante has appointed Larry Farmer as merger coordinator to assist with the implementation of the parish reconfiguration

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Barrington elementary school to close

With fewer than 80 students registered for the 2009-10 school year, Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Regional School will close at the end of the current school year. The

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Msgr. Brennan named Christ the King pastor

Bishop Joseph A. Galante has named Msgr. William P. Brennan, pastor, Christ the King, Haddonfield, for a six-year term beginning June 26. Msgr. Brennan, 72, is currently pastor of St.

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Msgr. Patrick M. Tierney dies

Msgr. Patrick M. Tierney, who served as pastor of four parishes before his recent retirement, died June 13. He was 75. Msgr. Tierney’s last assignment was pastor of Maris Stella

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Let us now praise baseball’s Little Professor

Photo courtesy of the Boston Red Sox In another summer of baseball’s steroid-driven discontent — A-Rod scandals, Manny’s suspension, Clemens’s denials, etc. — it’s worth remembering a different era in

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Photo exhibit shows faces of the uninsured

A photo exhibit unveiled in the New Jersey State House June 17 highlights the stories of people who have lost their jobs — and subsequently their health insurance — and