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Star Herald printing schedule

The Catholic Star Herald will not be published on Feb. 22, 2019. The next issue will be dated March 1, 2019.

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The Bishop’s Schedule

Sunday, February 17 1:30 p.m., Knights of Columbus 4th degree exemplification honoring Bishop Sullivan, Palace Caterer, Blackwood Monday, February 18 Diocesan Offices are closed in observance of Presidents’ Day Tuesday,

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Bishop Sullivan’s statement on releasing the names of credibly accused clerics

In keeping with a promise made by the Roman Catholic Bishops of New Jersey, I am today releasing the names of 56 priests and one deacon of the Diocese of

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State-wide compensation program for the victims of church sexual abuse of minors

A bishop holds a prayer book during a service in the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception at Mundelein Seminary Jan. 2 at the University of Saint Mary of the Lake

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Questions and Answers concerning the release of names of credibly accused Roman Catholic clergy in New Jersey

What are the Roman Catholic Dioceses of New Jersey releasing? The Roman Catholic Dioceses of New Jersey are releasing the names of priests and deacons against whom a credible allegation

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A path forward for a determined mother

Lauren Segers’ phone pinged as she sat in Catholic Charities’ Vineland office. Glancing at it, her eyes lit up, and she said with a huge smile, “That’s my new employer.

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A personal reflection on death, dying and assisted suicide

My 97-year-old mother-in-law, Ruth McCusker, is on hospice and in her final days. She is totally deaf, has Alzheimer’s, a gangrenous leg and a host of other health conditions that

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Parish hosts a candid, educational conversation about racism

CHERRY HILL — To pray for a peaceful solution to racism. To clarify my own thinking. To recognize [my own] prejudices. To learn what I can do to help prevent

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Everyone benefits if undocumented immigrants can legally drive in New Jersey, advocates claim

CHERRY HILL — Roads will be safer if the cause that brought 30 people to Christ Our Light on the evening of Feb. 4 — arriving by car as the

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Bishop Sullivan celebrates Mass for Stockton students

GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Celebrating Mass with members of Stockton’s Catholic Campus Ministry (CCM) here last weekend, Bishop Dennis Sullivan urged the college students to resist the cultural fishing nets of