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‘Welcome to the ’60s’

Photo by Alan M. Dumoff Students strike a pose before taking the stage to sing ‘Welcome to the ’60s’ from “Hairspray.” The number was part of the Music of the

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‘Soles for Souls’

Students at St. Margaret School, Woodbury Heights recently participated in a “Soles for Souls” prayer service. Each student was asked to purchase a pair of flip flops in his or

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Carnival rides

Photo by Alan M. Dumoff Casi O’Connor, 3, of Glassboro, enjoys a ride at the carnival at St. Margaret School, Woodbury Heights, on May 28.

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Students make a midnight run for a good cause

Photo by Peter G. Sánchez Karen Clemens, head of physical education at Bishop Eustace Preparatory School, Pennsauken, dresses in a chicken suit, and Bishop Eustace students get ready for “The

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Achievement in science

Students at Notre Dame Regional School recently competed in the science fair at Cumberland County College. The students from the sixth, seventh and eighth grade science classes competed against 155

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Medal of honor at Science Fair

Kaitlyn Fox, an eighth-grader at Bishop McHugh School, displays her certificate and medal of honor she received at the Delaware Valley Science Fair. Also pictured is her science teacher Michael

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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