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Letter of the Holy Father Francis to the People of God

Pope Francis released the following letter, addressed “to the people of God,” on Aug. 20. “If one member suffers, all suffer together with it” (1 Cor 12:26). These words of

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An ex-offender’s second chance through Catholic Charities

When Samira Wade sat in Salem County Prison in July 2017, she received an unexpected visitor — Kisanna Owens, prison re-entry coordinator at Catholic Charities. “I was getting close to

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New teachers looking forward to a new year

MAYS LANDING — Monica Potito had a successful career in pharmaceutical sales, but something was missing. “I didn’t want to make money. I wanted to make a difference,” she said.

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The Bishop’s Schedule

Sunday, September 9 3 p.m., Mass and Call to Orders for Permanent Diaconate Candidates, Incarnation Parish, Mantua Tuesday, September 11 11 a.m., Senior Staff Meeting, 3rd Floor Conference Room, Market

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A deacon reflects on his years of ministry

Throughout most of his life Deacon Leo McBlain has relied on the direction of the Holy Spirit and his wife, Barbara, often almost seeming to speak with the same voice.

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Msgr. Patrick A. McCabe, retired pastor, dies

Msgr. Patrick A. McCabe, a parish priest in the Diocese of Camden for over 50 years, died Aug. 28 at the age of 81. Born on Jan. 11, 1937 in

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Reading, writing, and summer nights

HADDON HEIGHTS — Oh, those summer nights — biking, swimming, roasting marshmallows — oh, and at Saint Rose of Lima Parish, reading and writing, too. For the past 15 years,

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Reflections on the World Meeting of Families

Three years ago, Pope Francis came to celebrate the World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia. Thousands of families, from the United States and the entire world, came to our area