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Actress brings Mother Teresa, and those she loved, to life

A quote is attributed to Mother Teresa: “I see God in every human being. When I wash the leper’s wounds, I feel I am nursing the Lord himself. Is it

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Putting social teaching to work, on the road

Participants and adult leaders from the Holy Saviour – St. John Youth Ministry prepare to tackle their first service project of the year in cleaning up Cuthbert Boulevard in Haddon

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‘Finding Nemo’ under the stars

  Photo by Alan M. Dumoff/More photos www.ccdphotoalbum.com Jim McSweeney enjoys watching “Finding Nemo” Sept. 18 during the outdoor movie night sponsored by the youth ministry of Holy Family Parish,

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Finding the connection between sports and spirituality

CHERRY HILL — With the return of the school year, and many youth back in the routine of fall sports such as soccer, basketball and football, a program was held

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Book presents film scenes as teachable moments

By Joseph Ryan Catholic News Service BEAR, Del. — Patrick Donovan enjoys using memorable moments from movies to engage young people in conversations about their faith. The head of Catholic

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Eagle Scouts

Two Eagle Scouts from St. Raymond’s Boy Scout Troop 63, Lower Township, were honored recently with an Eagle Scout Court of Honor, for their community service in the area. The

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Years later, a young man still brings friends together

  A charity golf outing will take place tomorrow, Sept. 12, at noon at the Ramblewood Country Club in Mt. Laurel, N.J., to remember Michael J. Doyle, a Cherry Hill

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Prayer garden

Father Perry Cherubini, left center, pastor of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish in Absecon, stands with seminarians Neil Spencer and Peter Logue, members of the parish who, during the summer,

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Always know what they’re trying to sell you

By Erick Rommel Catholic News Service You are unique. If there’s one lesson that everyone has tried to teach you from the moment you were born, that’s it. There is

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A week of growling stomachs, prayer and good work

  Many teenagers nod their heads in sympathy to the lyrics of a song by the popular group Simple Plan: “I’m just a kid and life is a nightmare.” But