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St. Mary patients find tranquility with a Distraction Station

CHERRY HILL — St. Mary’s Catholic Home, a long-term facility with most senior residents 80 and older, has implemented an interactive program to help those suffering from dementia and Alzheimer’s

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Parishes in diocese raise more than $500,000 in support of Haiti relief

Parishes in the Diocese of Camden have raised more than a half a million dollars to support the emergency relief efforts underway in Haiti, which was devastated by a January

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Obituaries

Sister Helen Veronica Pawlak dies at age 97 Sister Helen Veronica Pawlak, 97 a member of the Little Servant Sisters of the Immaculate Conception and one of the Congregation’s early

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Bishop Galante lifts H1N1 precautionary measures

With the Centers for Disease Control now reporting low or sporadic levels of the H1N1 virus, Bishop Joseph Galante has directed pastors to reinstate the sign of peace and distribution

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St. Pius X Spiritual Life Center to close

Citing mounting financial difficulties, the Diocese of Camden announced this week that the St. Pius X Spiritual Life Center in Blackwood will close by June 30, 2010. The Spiritual Life

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Deacon William J. Drum of Blackwood dies

Deacon William J. Drum, 85, a 47-year resident of Blackwood who served St. Jude Parish since 1988 died March 3. He was a veteran of World War II, serving from

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A scientist reckons with a force called faith

Last in a series about individuals with mental illness, and health care and medical professionals. There are universals that apply to a person’s attempt to understand God, even when they

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John’s story, depression followed by the will to live

For those who are unsure that they will find another tomorrow, what power does faith have? John Gallagher had attended Catholic school. He had been an altar boy. He earned

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Trenton Diocese to launch film festival

By Mark Pattison Catholic News Service WASHINGTON — The Diocese of Trenton, N.J., will launch its first film festival in April, and is attracting entries with the promise of cash

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A house becomes a home for the first woman in need

VINELAND — On March 1, after months of preparation, Jubilee House opened its doors. Inside, comfortable, furnished and well-equipped rooms have been readied for the arrival of the first residents.