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Clergy Assignments

Clergy assignments

Bishop Galante announces the following priest personnel change: Father John P. Connors from Leave-of-Absence for Health Reasons to Six-Month Leave-Of-Absence for Personal Discernment, effective March 31.

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Parish Nurse Ministry growing in Diocese of Camden

The mission of the Parish Nurse Council of the Diocese of Camden is to promote and support parish nursing and health ministries within the diocese. Pictured are the board members.

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Sharing Catholic faith in the public square

Through the generosity of the Knights of Columbus, the New Jersey Catholic Conference (NJCC) has been able to launch an electronic communication network that will allow NJCC to communicate directly

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Cathedral Kitchen director honored

Karen A. Talarico, executive director of the Cathedral Kitchen, Camden, will be one of three Italian-Americans honored tomorrow night at the Sons of Italy New Jersey Foundation’s fundraiser, the 2010

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The days leading up to Easter…

Photos by James A. McBride In the days leading up to Easter Sunday, Bishop Joseph A. Galante led Holy Thursday and Good Friday celebrations at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

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A Letter of Welcome

Photo by James A. McBride Three students from the Guardian Angels School in Gibbstown, Sarah, Austin and Ryan Mee, presented a letter of welcome to Sen. Stephen Sweeney on Wednesday

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School Development Program at NCEA convention

MT. LAUREL — The Catholic School Development Program announces that two of its team will be convention speakers at the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) convention next week. Greg Geruson,

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Living Stations of the Cross

On Wednesday, March 31, several schools staged Living Stations of the Cross. Below, two Roman soldiers (Collin Zelinsky and Christopher Ober) stand guard as Jesus (Zachery Hatch) meets his mother

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Teacher, principal to compete for ‘Irish Chef’ title

Camden Catholic High School Principal Thomas Kiely — in a previous life a classically trained gourmet chef — will face-off in a culinary competition against teacher Christopher Ehrmann to determine