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Bishop Galante lifts H1N1 precautionary measures

With the Centers for Disease Control now reporting low or sporadic levels of the H1N1 virus, Bishop Joseph Galante has directed pastors to reinstate the sign of peace and distribution

Photos of the Week

Six pretties and some little dogs, too

St. Mary’s School in Vineland recently held a Wizard of Oz Day for third and fourth grade students in connection with their reading the novel by L. Frank Baum. The

Public Policy

Health care must be for life and for all

For decades, the United States Catholic bishops have actively supported universal health care. The Catholic Church teaches that health care is a basic human right, essential for human life and

New Jersey Catholic Conference

Senate attempts to revoke covenant with birth mothers

Senate Bill 799, now ready for a vote by the New Jersey Senate, would eliminate an important privacy for birth mothers — a privacy that is a covenant between the

That All May Be One

The Passover Seder, celebrating freedom and life

“And this day shall become a memorial for you and you shall observe it as a festival for the Lord, for your generations, as an eternal decree shall you observe

On Behalf of Justice

Jews have suffered unfairly from stereotyping

American Catholics who travel are sometimes surprised to learn that other countries have different holy days of obligation. We have six and we tend to think that everyone everywhere has

Photos of the Week

Jesuit volunteers

Pictured are Jesuit volunteers living in Camden, Jenna McElfresh, Stephanie Krivus, Mark Lenihan, Amber Yakkel, Christine Soma and Molly Downes.   See story under Youth and Young Adults: Living simply

Youth and Young Adults News

Living simply and growing together spiritually

On Vine Street in North Camden, six young adults live in a two-story house, as participants in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps (JVC) program. Coming to Camden in August, fresh out

Sports News

CCHS basketball teams advance to semifinals

Photos by Alan M. Dumoff/More photos The Camden Catholic boys and girls basketball teams won their respective Non-Public South A quarterfinal matchups last Friday, March 5, to advance to