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‘Did you hear the one about Father Mike?’

CHERRY HILL — Before the start of the roast of Msgr. Michael Mannion at the Marian House here on Saturday, Nov. 21, while more than 90 friends and supporters of

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A Message From The Catholic Bishops of New Jersey

We the Catholic Bishops of New Jersey have designated Sunday, November 29, 2009 as a Day of Prayer for the vocation and Sacrament of Marriage.  This day of prayer is

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Cherry Hill parishes unite to form Holy Eucharist Parish

Bishop Joseph Galante formally announced today that the parishes of St. Pius X and Holy Rosary, both in Cherry Hill, will merge and the new parish resulting from the merger,

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DECREE – For Publication to Each and Everyone

Greetings In The Lord Among the most important responsibilities of the Bishop’s pastoral office is assurance that there is suitable provision of divine worship and Catholic community life for Christ’s

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Diocese of Camden Parish Planning Timeline

December 2000: In his Apostolic Letter at the close of the Jubilee Year 2000, Novo Millennio Ineunte, Pope John Paul II calls on each local Church to assess its fervor,

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New parishioners meet at old café for fundraiser

Mary, Queen of All Saints parishioners, along with members of the Pennsauken Alliance for the Performing Arts, put on “Smokey Joe’s Café” for Broadway and music lovers Nov. 14-15. Held

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The annual CCHD collection

Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ: Forty years ago the United States bishops established the Church’s domestic anti-poverty program, the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD). The Campaign was established

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Catholic Campaign for Human Development Q&A

What is CCHD? The Catholic Campaign for Human Development was founded in 1970 by the Catholic bishops of the United States as the Catholic Church’s domestic anti-poverty program. For nearly

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PUBLIC POLICY Parishes press Senate for health care reform

On November 7, the U.S. House of Representatives passed significant health care reform that reaffirmed longstanding and widely supported policy that no federal funds will be used to pay for

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Bishops approve ethical directives, liturgy translations

BALTIMORE (CNS) — The U.S. bishops voted Nov. 17 to approve a pastoral letter on marriage, despite the concern voiced by some bishops about the document’s pastoral tone and content.