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Living: Starting and ending each day with prayer

  The love I have for the Lord deepened and was reanimated the day I decided to come back to the church after a brief hiatus when I was in

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Reflections of a seminarian’s mother

  As I look at the calendar and realize there are only 10 weeks until Joshua’s priestly ordination, I reflect back to the beginning of Josh’s discernment journey that began

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Linwood woman now a novice in Massachusetts priory

In March 2017, Vivian Webster, an active member of Our Lady of Sorrows in Linwood and Stockton University’s Catholic Campus Ministry, entered the Saint Scholastica Priory, a contemplative ministry of

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My vocation journey – ‘Harden not your hearts’

By the time I was a sophomore in college a bothersome inner-voice which had been with me since senior year in high school crescendoed, telling me to think about a

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Reflections of a diocesan seminarian

Hi, my name is John March and I’m a seminarian with the Diocese of Camden. I was born to Bill and Maureen in Philadelphia, and I’m the middle child. My

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Seminarians talk about their school days

Seminarians Peter Gallagher and Logan Nilsen answered a call to discipleship in the Diocese of Camden. They heard, discerned and responded to the call in different ways at different times,

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A day of prayers, inspiration and perspiration

The fifth annual iRace4Vocations took place Sunday afternoon, April 17, at Sewell’s Washington Lake Park, bringing together families, clergy and religious, and seminarians to pray and put on their running
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A vocation is a gift of divine mercy

In his message for the 53rd World Day of Prayer for Vocations this Good Shepherd Sunday, Pope Francis writes that a vocation is a gift of divine mercy. “Each vocation