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College bound

Students in South Jersey Catholic high schools are bound for college. Over 96 percent of graduates in the class of 2016 enrolled in college for the fall semester, compared with

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Head of school named for Bishop Eustace

Bishop Eustace Preparatory School, Pennsauken, announces the appointment of Angelo Milicia ’95 as the new Head of School effective July 1. Milicia will succeed Brother James Beamesderfer, S.A.C., when his

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Funny hats and even a crown on this birthday

Students of Saint Joseph Regional School, Somers Point, wave goodbye to Miss New Jersey, Brenna Weick, after she read to the second grade class on March 3, the school’s celebration
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The warm, fuzzy side of the law

The Canine Division of the Camden County Police visited Saint Anthony of Padua School, Camden, and gave a demonstration on March 2. Above, students show their appreciation to one of
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Lent in Catholic schools is a time for prayer and service

Pope Francis, in his 2017 Lenten message, said, “Lent is a favorable season for opening the doors to all those in need and recognizing in them the face of Christ.”

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A little laughter, a little dancing

      Saint Mary School in Vineland held a family pasta dinner and talent show on February 4, with students showing off a variety of talents.

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Ashes for Students

Deacon John Kacy places ashes on fourth grader Maura Madden during Ash Wednesday Mass at Saint Mary School, Williamstown.
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Cradles to Crayons

Kindergarten students Billy Cox, Maria DelQuadro and Mia Wrigley of Saint Michael Regional School, Clayton, collect items to donate to the Cradles to Crayons Organization for their monthly service project.
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Black Catholic Ministries Commission supports South Jersey Catholic Schools

The Diocese of Camden Black Catholic Ministries Commission supports South Jersey Catholic Schools with a high school scholarship and an essay contest for seventh and eighth graders. Three one-year scholarships

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In the family, on the court, in the city

The 11th annual James Gillespie, Sr. Memorial Benefit will take place this Saturday at P.J. Whelihan’s in Cherry Hill, to support Camden’s young students and athletes. Called “Educating Our Athletes,”