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Sisters share theological interests and a two-seater car

A lot of my work on ecumenism here in Rome intersects with that of the Centro Pro Unione, the unique hub of academic, spiritual...

Life & Justice Lecture presenter Charles Camosy

Dr. Charles Camosy is a professor of Christian Ethics at Fordham University in the Bronx and author of the new book “Beyond the Abortion...

The work of the Racial Justice Commission

Full disclosure: I belong to the Racial Justice Commission, invited by then member Deacon William Johnson several years ago. What does this diocesan commission...

Yom HaShoah and the 100th anniversary of Armenian genocide

Last Thursday, local Jews in both Cherry Hill and Wildwood invited the wider public to join them for the annual Holocaust Remembrance Observance known...

‘Because this is the time for mercy’

On April 11, on the vigil of the feast of the Sunday of Divine Mercy, Pope Francis published a papal bull of indiction for...

Camden Biblical Institute leaves lasting impact

This May, a group of about 10 parishioners from all walks of life, who for the last four years have come together every week...

What’s in a name? There’s a whole lot

In his modern spiritual classic “Tattoos on the Heart,” Jesuit Father Greg Boyle writes about the gang-intervention ministry he runs in Los Angeles. Frequently, Father...

Grandmom was an example of faith in action

When my maternal grandmother was in ICU the next to last time she was hospitalized before she died, the days were grueling. I was...

Jesus taught us how to pray, and why we need to

We can conclude that the Our Father is how the Lord wanted us his disciples to pray. The Twelve had asked him how since...

Progress in improving Catholic-Orthodox relations

As we continue to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council, it’s important to take stock of what it has meant for...
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