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Metuchen Diocese finalizes investigation of alleged miracle attributed to nun

By James McEvoy Catholic News Service PISCATAWAY, N.J. — The Diocese of Metuchen has formally completed its investigation of an alleged miracle attributed to the intercession of Mother M. Angeline

Clergy Assignments

Clergy assignments

Bishop Galante announces priest personnel changes as follows: Msgr. Dominic J. Bottino from In-Residence, St. Michael, Atlantic City and Advanced Studies (J.C.L. Canon Law) to Part-Time Parochial Vicar, St. Francis

Spiritual Life

Hell is the absence of life, of love, of forgiveness

There’s a question about God’s goodness as old as religion itself: How can an all-good God send someone to hell for all eternity? How can God be all-merciful and all-loving

Teachable Moments

A fuller, more practical meaning of patience

Patience is a virtue, or so we have been taught. But if we really think about it, it’s a virtue which is far more important and practical than first realized.

The Catholic Difference

Job revisited: Notes of a diehard Orioles fan

On Oct. 4, the Baltimore Orioles will take the field at Camden Yards against the Toronto Blue Jays and, win or lose, complete their 12th losing season in a row

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Sister Catherine Darcy, R.S.M. named vice chancellor of Camden Diocese

Bishop Joseph A. Galante has appointed Sr. Catherine C. Darcy of the Mid-Atlantic Community of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas as vice chancellor of the diocese and tribunal

School Briefs

School Briefs

Over 500 students at St. Mary School in Williamstown “planted” pinwheels with messages of peace to mark International Day of Peace on Monday, Sept. 21. In addition, students also planted

Catholic School News

Welcome

Photo by Alan M. Dumoff/More photos www.ccdphotoalbum.com The Paul VI High School choir sings at a “Mass of Welcome” for the class of 2013 and their families. The Mass was

Sports News

Eagles welcome freshmen, crush opponent

On Friday, Sept. 18, the Paul VI football team put on a show for its class of 2013, beating Camden 21-0. On a night honoring the incoming freshmen at the

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Parish has Fighting Irish alumni on its side

CAMDEN — For the past four years the Notre Dame Alumni Club of South Jersey has worked with St. Anthony of Padua Church and School to raise funds for the