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Class of 2014

Photo by Alan M. Dumoff Members of the St. Augustine Preparatory School, Richland, incoming Class of 2014 pose for a photo at Morey’s Pier, Wildwood, on Sunday, Aug. 29. The

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Vacation Bible School at Christ the King

Members of the youth ministry of Christ the King Parish, Haddonfield, helped steer the USS Good News, the theme of the parish’s Vacation Bible School this year.

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Catholic schools in the Diocese of Camden

Discover the great things happening at Catholic schools in the Diocese of Camden. The formula is simple: combine challenging academic programs with spiritual development, a safe, ordered environment and high

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Vacation Bible School at Our Lady of Hope

Photo by James A. McBride 125 students from preschool and elementary school took to the high seas last week at Our Lady of Hope Parish in Blackwood, as Vacation Bible

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St. Augustine Prep School appoints new vice-presidents

At its meeting on June 30, the Board of Directors of St. Augustine Preparatory School in Richland approved the creation of two new vice-president positions at the school and appointed

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Volunteer “buddies”

Staff, family and friends of St. Mary School, Vineland, volunteered at a recent Challenger League Baseball game at the North Vineland Baseball fields. Each volunteer became a “buddy,” whose job

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The next best thing to 911

Two quick-thinking students of St. Teresa School, Runnemede, helped save the life of a woman who had a heart attack while attending the school’s recent Kindergarten graduation. Lorraine Knecht, 71,

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Miss Teen South Jersey 2010

Giovanna Coia of Gloucester Township was crowned “Miss Teen South Jersey 2010” on June 20. The-16-year old sophomore is an honor student at St. Joseph High School in Hammonton. Giovanna

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Bishop appoints new president of Camden Catholic

Bishop Joseph A. Galante has appointed Jeffrey J. Nick president of Camden Catholic High School in Cherry Hill. Nick succeeds Rev. Monsignor Andrew E. Martin, who retires June 26. Msgr.

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A (graduation) Tale of Two Cities

The first graduates of Guradian Angels Regional School (Gibbstown and Paulsboro) pose for a photo. Below, Bishop Guilfoyle Regional School held its final graduation at Corpus Christi Church, Carneys Point,