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‘Macho swagger’

Editor: I don’t know where to begin with this latest Father Gregorio rant against the government and the military (“Expensive war helps create economic wreckage” Aug. 28). It now boils

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Cafeteria Catholic

Editor: The time is long overdue. The definition of the disparaging term “cafeteria Catholic” needs to be broadened to include Catholics who vote against “pro-choice” candidates but for anti-health care

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Sen. Edward M. Kennedy and the Culture of Death

  Editor: I was very disappointed with the biased news coverage of the recent funeral of the late Senator Ted Kennedy (D-Mass). If I didn’t know better, I would think

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Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, a man of deep faith

Editor: I want to thank the Star Herald for the obituary that was printed regarding the passing of Sen. Edward M. Kennedy. The acknowledgement of truly historic legislation he passed

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Connecting sports and spirituality

Photo by Alan M. Dumoff/More photos www.ccdphotoalbum.com Girls practice pivoting during a drill at a basketball camp held at Sacred Heart High School, Vineland, during the summer. The camp, directed

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Lourdes opens new center for treating nonhealing wounds

Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center recently opened the Lourdes Center for Advanced Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine, which employs advanced technologies and proven clinical practice guidelines in the treatment

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Welcome back

Concelebarting the Good Shepherd Catholic School “Welcome Back Liturgy” on Friday, Sept. 4, at St. John Church, Collingswood, were, from left, Father Anthony Minniti, senior priest, St. John; Msgr. Leonard

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Governor to meet with Camden residents

Clergy and religious leaders from the city of Camden will meet with New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine next week at St. Joseph’s Pro-Cathedral Church. Msgr. Robert McDermott, pastor of St.

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Faith, dialogue can lead to peace, say religious leaders

KRAKOW, Poland (CNS) — Religious faith and dialogue can lead humanity away from the abyss of war, hatred and fear and point to the path to peace, said leaders representing

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Vol. 59, No. 17, September 11, 2009

See pg. 12 story under Latest News: “Faith, dialogue can lead to peace, say religious leaders”