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The Risen Christ, hope and inspiration of all who believe

It’s sad that my columns that surround two of the most sacred and joyous feasts in the Christian calendar this year, Christmas and now Easter, are marred by the necessity

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The church’s loss of a faithful and talented son

The ecumenical and interreligious community and the wider church in the United States lost a faithful and talented son with the death last week of His Eminence William Cardinal Keeler.

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Interfaith Passover Seder on March 27

One of the ongoing humorous mistakes over the years in which I have been attending various meetings and gatherings at local Jewish synagogues and the Jewish Community Center is that,

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Social justice for the dignity of all people

Back in December Pope Francis called for an international, ecumenical gathering in Modesto, California, to discuss social justice issues. Since his time as Cardinal in Buenos Aires, Argentina, he has

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Religious leaders condemn refugee ban

President Trump’s executive order that temporarily suspends entrance to the U.S. of any immigrants from Sudan, Somalia, Iraq, Iran, Libya and Yemen, as well as totally barring Syrian refugees, has

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Hopes and challenges for the New Year

As we begin this New Year, I thought I would share with you some of the hopes and challenges that religious leaders propose for our reflection. Pope Francis warned the

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Persecuted Christians in the Middle East

As we celebrate Christmas this year and listen to the beautiful readings and songs that bring to mind the many different sites in the Middle East that are mentioned in

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Prayers for greater freedom, social justice in Cuba

Years ago, when I was in the seminary, I became friends with a fellow seminarian who is now Father Manuel Rios, pastor of Saint Mary of the Assumption Parish, in

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‘A common journey of reconciliation’

Two recent events highlight how powerful an agent for Christian unity the role of the Bishop of Rome can be while simultaneously remaining one of the greatest stumbling blocks to

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‘Building Bridges and Taking Down Walls’

I would like to invite you to a very interesting program that is being offered by our Jewish-Catholic-Muslim Dialogue of Southern New Jersey, the Jewish Community Relations Council and the