Posts From Bishop Dennis J. Sullivan

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Columna del Obispo – Festividad de Nuestra Señora del Carmen

Todo empezó el 16 de Julio de 1875, y ha continuado de manera ininterrumpida por ciento cuarenta años (140) en la ciudad de Hammonton. Tiene la distinción de ser la

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The Holy Father’s challenge to us

Our Holy Father, Pope Francis, has written an encyclical letter titled, Laudato Si’. I asked Michael Jordan Laskey, who directs our diocesan office of Life and Justice Ministries, to write

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Prayers for victims and their families

In response to the shooting in Charleston, S.C., Bishop Dennis Sullivan on June 19 asked the priests of the Diocese of Camden to offer prayers for the victims and their

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Sowing Hope: The visit of Pope Francis

By now all have heard the news: Pope Francis is coming to the United States. And not just anywhere in the United States; he is coming to our very backyard,

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Sembrando esperanza: La visita del Papa Francisco

Hasta ahora todos han escuchado la noticia: el Papa Francisco viene a los Estados Unidos. Y no sólo a cualquier lugar en los Estados Unidos; sino que viene a nuestro

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A month’s travels among the faithful

In The Merry Month of May: I opened the New Jersey Knights of Columbus Annual Convention with Mass in Wildwood which allowed me an opportunity to thank and praise the

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Special collection for earthquake victims

Bishop Dennis Sullivan is urging parishes to take up a special collection to aid earthquake victims in Kathmandu, Nepal. Following is the April 29 letter he sent to the priests

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A Message from the Bishop – New signs of life in Christ this Easter season

The creed of the church states that on the third day He rose from the dead. Our profession of faith affirms that Jesus, who died and was buried, did not

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FaithFULL food drive surpassed expectations

Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ,   Thank you for your enthusiastic participation in the second annual FaithFULL food drive. Parishes and schools throughout the diocese collected 121,339 pounds of