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Journey to the peripheries with young adults

Fourteen missionary disciples from the Diocese of Camden, including myself, began the new year staring wide-eyed at the banks of the Rio Grande River in Texas. It was eerily beautiful

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Patricia Mancuso, Principal of the Year

WILLIAMSTOWN — The celebration was a complete surprise for Patricia Mancuso, recipient of the 2019 Lead. Learn. Proclaim award for the Diocese of Camden. Mancuso was honored in style by

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Local Catholics make the trip to ‘Panama in the Capital’

By Anthony Lopez and Jose Rodriguez Saturdays for young adults usually consist of a day or relaxation, maybe some shopping, going out with friends or staying in to watch movies

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Evangelize: ‘Go out to all the world’

Two individuals from Catholic Relief Services (CRS) visited Sicklerville’s Saint Charles Borromeo Parish last month for a diocesan training day on “Go Out to All the World: Missionary Discipleship in

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Life after 47 years as a diocesan employee

It is Day Two of Rita Bernert’s retirement, as she greets me into her home, nestled into a humble Gloucester County neighborhood. Christmas cards and decorations still adorn the halls

Columns That All May Be One

A look at religious groups in the news

As director of ecumenical and interreligious affairs, I’m often asked about different religious groups who are prominent in news stories of the day. Two such groups that I have been

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Ananias of Damascus, a saintly, unsung hero

Both the spirituality of Saint Ignatius Loyola and the ancient practice of lectio divina encourage Christians to savor the biblical narratives and ponder their mysteries with intentionality, patience, depth and