Posts From Peter G. Sánchez

Back to homepage
Catholic School News Catholic Schools Latest News

May Crownings at Knights Mass and at school

WILDWOOD — On May 18 in the Church of Saint Ann, Bishop Dennis Sullivan, with Bishop Paul G. Bootkoski, State Chaplain, and Father Joseph D. Wallace, pastor of Notre Dame

Youth and Young Adults News

Sharing the great adventure of faith

JACKSON, N.J. — The old saying goes that if you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans. In the days leading up to last Sunday’s New Jersey Catholic


Retiro para laicos preparándose para servir en Ministerio Hispano

A principios de este mes, 80 personas de todo el sur de Nueva Jersey que actualmente toman formación ministerial laica, participaron en el retiro anual del IMEC (Instituto de Ministerio

Latest News

Retreat for individuals preparing to serve in Hispanic Ministry

Earlier this month, 80 individuals from all over South Jersey currently in lay ministry formation took part in the annual IMEC (Instituto de Ministerio Eclesial de Camden) retreat at Vineland’s

Latest News

Visions of improved youth ministry, responses to the opioid crisis and long overdue church repairs

Youth Ministry. Help for those affected by the opioid crisis. Improvements to church interiors, and computer upgrades. These are just some of the ways South Jersey’s Catholic parishes plan to

Latest News

Pastors find enthusiastic volunteer support and generous donors

VINELAND — Phone calls and home visits. Bulletin inserts. Thank you letters. With these topics and more discussed around Saint Padre Pio Parish’s dining room table here on a Tuesday

Español/Spanish Latest News

Para los Católicos Hispanos, el Encuentro trae sentido de pertenencia

FREEHOLD — Andrés Arango, el Delegado del Obispo para el Ministerio Hispano, rápidamente captó la atención de los más de 350 laicos y clero Hispanos que acababan de acomodarse en

Español/Spanish Latest News

Encuentro: An experience of belonging

FREEHOLD — Andres Arango, the Bishop’s Delegate for Hispanic Ministry, quickly caught the attention of the more than 350 Hispanic clergy and laity just settling into their seats here at

Latest News Vocations

The clear winner: Vocations

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP — April showers may bring May flowers, but April sunshine will bring more attentive ears to God’s voice. That was the hope during last Sunday’s seventh annual iRace4Vocations,

Latest News Life & Justice Ministries

Programs on ‘Immigration and the Latino Community’

A two-day bi-lingual event will take place the first weekend of May in the Diocese of Camden, addressing the current reality of immigration in the United States, and its effect