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Lay Ministry Formation Program celebrates first anniversary

Last Sunday afternoon, the Lay Ministry Formation Program (LMFP) celebrated its one-year anniversary since the initiation of this academic/formational initiative with a Eucharistic liturgy at Holy Saviour Church in Westmont

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Environmental justice initiative announced in Camden

  Photos by James A. McBride Mayor of Camden, Dana L. Redd addresses those gathered at Sacred Heart Parish on Friday, Jan. 15, to talk about the initiative between the

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Shawl Ministry sends comfort, prayers to troops

CHERRY HILL — Since 2005, the Holy Eucharist Prayer Shawl Ministry (formerly St. Pius X) has been knitting and crocheting shawls and caps for those in need of peace, love,

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Aspirancy Phase of diaconate formation

Bishop Joseph Galante has approved the admission of the following men into the Aspirancy Phase of diaconate formation for the Diocese of Camden: Frank Campisi from Our Lady of Peace

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Wildwood parishes unite as Notre Dame de la Mer Parish

Bishop Joseph Galante formally announced today that the parishes of St. Ann, Wildwood and Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Wildwood Crest, will merge and the new parish resulting from

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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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Recourse Against Administrative Decrees

Church law provides the opportunity for those claiming to be aggrieved by a decree to seek recourse in accord with the Code of Canon Law. It should be noted that

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Mission Membership Sunday

Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ, The Society for the Propagation of the Faith is the basic means of support for the Church’s worldwide missions and it has, as its

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Bishops urge local Catholics to make their voices heard on health care reform

The U.S. Catholic bishops continue to make the moral case that genuine health care reform must protect the life, dignity, consciences and health of all, especially the poor and vulnerable.

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Human trafficking thrives in societies that tolerate it, Catholic Relief Services officer tells parish audience

MERCHANTVILLE — St. Peter Parish in Merchantville here marked Human Trafficking Awareness Day, Monday, Jan. 11, with a rosary and miraculous medal novena to pray for human traffickers and their