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Faith leaders encouraged to see Camden’s ‘ugliest’ house leveled

Photos by James A. McBride Father Jud Weiksnar (left), pastor of St. Anthony of Padua Parish, Camden, watches as workers prepare to raze the property at 923 North 27th Street

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Generous flow of donations from plumbers’ association

Photo by Peter Sánchez Jim Boral (APHCC), Christopher Sapecky (Kohler), John Schmidt (APHCC), Rob Nizzardi (APHCC), Joe Scriboni (APHCC), Mike Stranix (Ferguson Supply), and Dave McIntosh (APHCC) brought plumbing supplies

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Parish capital campaign brings in notable, and creative, donations

SEA ISLE CITY — Since the spring of 2009, the members of St. Joseph Church in Sea Isle City have supported Connecting in Faith, a capital campaign to raise funds

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Low enrollment, financial struggles force closure of Wildwood Catholic High School

With just 194 students enrolled in the current school year, and mounting financial difficulties, faculty, school staff, administration and school families were informed Tuesday, Jan. 5, that Wildwood Catholic High

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Enrollment in diocesan high schools

Paul VI High School, Haddonfield — 1,192 Camden Catholic High School, Cherry Hill — 844 Gloucester Catholic High School, Gloucester City — 729 Holy Spirit High School, Absecon — 749

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Father William S. Vandegrift to retire

Father William S. Vandegrift, pastor of St. Raymond Parish, Villas, will retire for health reasons on Jan. 25. Father Vandegrift, 65, has served at St. Raymond since 2003, first as

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Mother Teresa stamp to debut in August 2010

WASHINGTON (CNS) — Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta will be among the subjects depicted on U.S. stamps debuting in 2010, the U.S. Postal Service announced Dec. 30. The 44-cent stamp,

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Vineland business helps area farmworkers

A Vineland ShopRite recently provided area farmworkers and their families with bags of food for the Christmas holiday, showing their appreciation for the laborers who, although not having much, still

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Divine Mercy Parish celebrates Las Posadas

Photo by Alan M. Dumoff/More photos www.ccdphotoalbum.com   Sister Sonia Avi, assistant director of Hispanic Ministry in the Diocese of Camden, celebrates Las Posadas with Divine Mercy parishioners on Tuesday,

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Ending the silence and restoring a culture of purity

Here are some facts for Catholics, both laity and clergy, to take note of: — There are approximately 30 million chattel slaves in the world. Eighty-five percent of whom are