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Thumbs Up for Lay Ministry Formation Program

With more than 225 students now enrolled in the Camden Diocese’s Lay Ministry Formation Program (LMFP), the academic initiative that trains the laity in their particular ministries, these students have

Clergy Assignments

Clergy assignments

Bishop Galante announces priest personnel appointments as follows: Father James L. Bartoloma is appointed Summer Parochial Vicar at the parish of St. Peter, Merchantville. Father Bartoloma is in Advanced Studies

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Franciscan Sisters of Allegany celebrate 150th anniversary

CAMDEN — Lourdes Health System recently celebrated the sesquicentennial of its sponsor, the Franciscan Sisters of Allegany, and 50-year anniversaries of the entry into religious life of three of the

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Priests complete leadership training program

Fifteen priests from the Diocese of Camden celebrated their successful completion of Good Leaders, Good Shepherds (GLGS) on Monday, June 22, at St. Pius X Spiritual Life Center in Blackwood

That All May Be One

A great loss for the local interfaith community

  Photo by James A. McBride In photo: Bishop Galante and Zia U. Rahman sign “An Agreement of Understanding and Cooperation between the Roman Catholic Diocese of Camden and The

On Behalf of Justice

Mistakes were made, and sometimes admitted

Life just isn’t this tidy. I thought I heard it all when former Defense Secretary Robert S. McNamara, who so engineered the Vietnam quagmire that they called it “McNamara’s war,”

Growing in Faith

Missionaries with different approaches to evangelization

Evangelization, the sharing with others that Good News which we have received through no merit of our own, is a privilege and duty of every Christian. Two exemplary models of

Youth and Young Adults News

Thailand students visit St. Ann Regional School

Students from Thailand currently working for Morey’s Pier paid a visit to the sixth grade class at St. Ann Regional School recently. The university students who range in age from

Youth and Young Adults News

Students at Camden parish see service as ‘two-way street’

In photo: Notre Dame University students Cara Pozolo, left, and Margaret Adams are pictured on their arrival at St. Claire House, a residence for volunteers at St. Anthony of Padua

Catholic School News

NBC40’s Hero Campaign Essay contest winner

Photo by Alan M. Dumoff William and Muriel Elliott, left, congratulate Kyle Lafferty, a junior at St. Joseph High School, on winning NBC40’s Hero Campaign Essay contest. Kyle’s inspiration for