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Clergy assignments

Bishop Sullivan announces priest personnel changes as follows:   Father Joel Arciga Camarillo from Parochial Vicar, Saint Joseph Pro-Cathedral, Camden to Administrator, Saint Joseph Pro-Cathedral, Camden, effective Oct 1.  

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Camden Trauma Summit Oct. 6-7 at Rutgers

The 2014 Camden Trauma Summit will take place at Rutgers University-Camden, 326 Penn Street, on Monday, Oct. 6, and Tuesday, Oct. 7. During the two days, speakers and workshops will

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Bishop Sullivan to celebrate Blue Mass

Bishop Dennis Sullivan will celebrate the 13th Annual Diocesan Blue Mass on Monday, Sept. 29, 10:30 a.m., at Our Lady of Hope Parish, St. Agnes Church, Blackwood. Traditionally the Blue

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Msgr. McDermott, Camden pastor, to retire

  Msgr. McDermott, a Camden City pastor and vicar general for the Diocese of Camden, will retire Oct. 1. Bishop Dennis Sullivan made the announcement Sept. 22. Msgr. McDermott, 72,

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The Bishop’s Schedule

Saturday, September 27 Confirmation, Saint Vincent de Paul Parish, Mays Landing, 10:30 a.m. Sunday, September 28 Saint Padre Pio Festival – Mass and celebration, Vineland, 11 a.m. Diocesan Spanish Ministry

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Serving at the altar and in communities

By Peter G. Sánchez   Since the first class of the permanent diaconate in the Diocese of Camden was ordained in 1976, deacons have conducted their ministerial duties at liturgies;

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Deacons attend a day of formation and prayer

By Peter G. Sánchez   At the Camden Diocesan Diaconate Convocation, held Sept. 20 at St. Charles Borromeo Parish in Sicklerville, permanent deacons and men in formation heard a closing

Youth and Young Adults News

A lesson on welcoming that is still relevant today

By Peter G. Sánchez The youth group at Christ Our Light Parish in Cherry Hill recently met a member of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe, who shared her tribe’s history of

On Behalf of Justice

Separating one group from another

By Father Robert J. Gregorio   When a Donald Sterling, LA Clippers’ owner, utters an ugly slap against a whole race of people who have enriched him, I have to