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Diocesan scholarship recipients

The Diocesan Office of Catholic Schools held its Spring Conference and Luncheon for Diocesan PTA on Wednesday, May 5, at Masso’s Catering in Glassboro. The keynote speaker was Dr. Richard

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St. Anthony of Padua 50th anniversary

Photo by Alan M. Dumoff/More photos www.ccdphotoalbum.com Bishop Joseph A. Galante attended the annual gala sponsored by St. Anthony of Padua School, Camden, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary. The

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Statement of the Catholic Bishops of New Jersey in Support of S-1872

  Through no fault of their own, some of the poorest children in New Jersey are trapped in schools that are failing to meet their needs. Like all children, these

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After 100 years, students still learn at Fourth and Spruce

Pictured at left is a sixth grade class at Our Lady of Mount Carmel School, Camden, in 1961. The school building, at Fourth and Spruce streets, is the current home

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St. Peter School celebrates the Year of the Priest

Pictured in front of St. Peter Church, Merchantville, are Bernadette McGowan, sixth grade; Liam Riley, fifth grade; Antonio Candelaria, fourth grade; Teresa Faust, third grade; and Robert McKechney, seventh grade.

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Observing ‘Earth Day’

Photos by Alan M. Dumoff/More photos www.ccdphotoalbum.com Students of Holy Family School, Ventnor, carry bags of trash as they leave the beach after spending the morning cleaning up in observance

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Camden Catholic Hall of Fame

Photo by Lenny Campbell On April 17, the fouth annual Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony took place at Camden Catholic High School, Cherry Hill. Inducted this year were Msgr. James

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New Jersey Catholic Schools’ Marketing Council Workshop

More than 60 representatives from 28 elementary and secondary schools in the Camden Diocese traveled to Holy Cross High School in Delran to hear words of wisdom and encouragement about

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Educators tell students about their work in Afghanistan

WILLIAMSTOWN — Google the country “Afghanistan,” and some of the first entries are news headlines like “Kandahar hit by two car bombs,” and “U.N. Workers Missing in Afghanistan.” Incidents like

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Proposed cuts to the school food programs

Rosa Ramirez, director of breakfast and lunch programs at St. Joseph’s Pro-Cathedral School in Camden, went to Trenton on Monday to testify before the State Assembly Budget Committee on proposed