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An Afternoon of Jazz helps students go to Catholic school

A crowd of more than 450 supporters dined and danced to the sound of To the Max at Masso’s in Glassboro Sunday, April 23. The event raised money for the

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Happy Birthday, Happy Jubilee

Walking back into the school after morning Mass on April 25, Sister Patrick Maureen Darcy, IHM was surprised by students and staff of Saint Teresa School, Runnemede, wishing her a
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Knights of Columbus Scholarship available

The Knights of Columbus Council 6551 is accepting submissions for the Mignogna Family Memorial Scholarship, a tuition scholarship of $1,000 to a student who, as of this coming fall, either

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Easter events and bunny visits

Ahead of Easter Sunday, schools and parishes throughout South Jersey held fun events for all ages. Above, children scramble for eggs during Cape Trinity Catholic’s Easter egg hunt on April
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A check and gift cards

The Student Council of Saint Vincent de Paul Regional School, Mays Landing, presented Frank and Betty Kobelo, the grandparents of one of their fellow classmates who lost their home to
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Camden Catholic announces Hall of Fame inductees

On Saturday, April 29, Camden Catholic High School, Cherry Hill, will induct the 11th class of inductees into its Hall of Fame for academic, arts and athletic accomplishments. Three of

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School funds an urgent issue in Governor’s budget

The New Jersey Catholic Conference and the New Jersey Network of Catholic School Families are calling on the state’s residents to urge changes in nonpublic school funding, ahead of approval

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An educator, a sister, and now a citizen

Sister Nabila Abdel-Malak Gerges grew up in Egypt, professed as a religious sister in Rome more than 40 years ago, and was sent to the United States 11 years ago.

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Motivator Maps designed to help bring science to life

Cecelia Richard (Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Berlin) and Brian Wolf (Saint Mary, Williamstown) know what it means to teach outside the box. Fifth grade teachers, Richard and Wolf are

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Holy Angels Catholic School

Bishop Dennis Sullivan cuts the ribbon with school and city officials on April 2 to signify the opening of Holy Angels Catholic School, September 2017. The new school is located