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Catholic Schools Week- Head and Shoulders Above the Rest

Photo by Cynthia SoperFor a language arts project, students at Christ the King School, Haddonfield, participated in a vocabulary parade. Each student chose and made a costume for one of
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Catholic Schools Week- Science Guys

Students displayed and defended their science fair projects at Assumption Regional Catholic School, Galloway, on Jan. 29. A cross-curricular effort, projects were graded for writing and science. Judges included students
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Catholic Schools Week- Community Visit

Saint Joseph Regional Elementary School in Hammonton celebrated Catholic Schools Week with a panel of community leaders, including business administrator and public works manager Jerry Barberio, town accountant Frank Zuber,
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Catholic Schools Week- Armed Services Day

Photo by Alan M. DumoffSpeakers from the Army, Navy and Marines visited Bishop McHugh Regional Catholic School, Cape May Court House, on Jan. 29. Above, Christine Czaja (A wing), U.S.
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Catholic Schools Week- From The Navy

Vice Admiral (retired) Nanette DeRenzi, who graduated from Camden Catholic High School in Cherry Hill in 1979, visited the school on Jan. 30. She was the 42nd Judge Advocate General
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Catholic Schools Week- Future Days

Catholic Schools Week in the Diocese of Camden and throughout the United States is being celebrated with open houses, special liturgies, activities, guest speakers and in other ways. Above, future
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Catholic schools and lessons on the sacredness of life from PBS midwives

Last week I spent three days in our nation’s Capital, but not touring monuments and museums. On January 17 and 18, I participated in a meeting with 30 other bishops

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Service is fundamental to Catholic education

In recent years, there has been a growing trend that schools, both public and private, offer students opportunities to engage in community service. For many, the experience helps to develop

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Deacons aid faith formation at Vineland school

A day of service to visit area senior citizens. Times for reflection in the seasons of Advent and Lent. The blessing of throats on the feast of Saint Blasé. These

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Coming to you live, from your local high school

HADDONFIELD — Tuesday evening, Jan. 16. As the high school girls’ squads of Paul VI and Camden Catholic, Cherry Hill, battled it out on the basketball court here for first