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Bishop Eustace students make filing less taxing

Tax season. For many, it is a headache to face the annual ritual of compiling forms, digging out receipts, plodding through a tax software program or scheduling an appointment with

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Bringing Mass and mercy to those behind bars

For Christians everywhere, Holy Week is a time of reflection on God‘s mercy and love. This spiritual reckoning applies in a particularly poignant way to those incarcerated. On Wednesday of

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Catholic Charities to honor Sister Norma Pimentel

Every year, Catholic Charities, Diocese of Camden, holds the Justice for All Dinner and Awards Ceremony — a night that both recognizes exemplary individuals who embody Catholic social teaching, and

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Putting faith in action by putting food in boxes

Sunday, March 18, was no ordinary Sunday in the Diocese of Camden. Southern New Jersey parishes bustled with activity on the sunny day as the Camden Diocese held its fifth

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An eye-opening presentation on refugee journeys

They came with an open mind to learn and to understand. Parishioners, clergy, religious and interested community members. About 25 of them. They gathered in the parish center of Saint

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El Obispo Sullivan ofrece apoyo a los Dreamers

CAMDEN — El Obispo Dennis Sullivan se sentó en una mesa redonda mientras 16 personas se dirigían a la sala de conferencias. Una vez que todos sus invitados llegaron, él

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Diocese to hold annual FaithFULL food drive

In keeping with the theme of Lenten giving and sacrifice, the Diocese of Camden will be holding its fifth annual FaithFULL Food Drive on Sunday, March 18. With assistance from

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Bishop Sullivan meets with Dreamers

CAMDEN — Bishop Dennis Sullivan sat at a round table as 16 individuals made their way into the conference room. Once all of his guests arrived, he made his way

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Campus tour opens doors for refugee teens

“If you could be anything when you grow up, what would you want to be?” It is a question that many young Americans have been asked. Often adults use it

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Catholic Charities granted funding for homeless prevention initiatives

Over the recent weeks, Catholic Charities, Diocese of Camden has received a total of $1.5 million in grants for homeless prevention from the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs and