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Father Joseph Wallace 
Christ the King Parish

Pope Francis: Moving all Christians closer to unity

Protestant leaders don't usually go out of their way to heap praises upon the Bishop of Rome. In fact, Venerable Pope Paul VI once...

Elie Wiesel, advocate for human rights

It is with sadness that I heard of the death of Elie Wiesel on July 2 at the age of 87. I had the...

Courageous Romans and Jews during World War II

This past January I traveled with an interfaith group to the Holy Land. I have had the pleasure and opportunity to travel to Israel...

Condemning use of the death penalty

I was heartened to read that the Holy See Permanent Observer at the United Nations, Archbishop Silvano Tomasi, joined other international organizations in Geneva...

Remembering a friend at Yom Kippur

By Father Joseph D. Wallace As I was working on my column on the High Holy Days for the Jewish community I heard the sad news that...

Pope Benedict’s visit to England ‘a spiritual success’

News reports prior to the Holy Father’s recent four day visit to Britain were filled with dire predictions of mass protests and...

Pope Francis and Pope Tawadros meet

An important and historical meeting took place last week in Rome between Pope Francis and Pope Tawadros, leader of the Coptic Orthodox Church,...

Nostra Aetate: Celebrating 50 years

As I continue with my series on the May conference, “Nostra Aetate: Celebrating Fifty Years of the Catholic Church’s Dialogue with Jews and Muslims,”...

Awards, interfaith harmony and Iftar

In the past few weeks two important interfaith gatherings have taken place here in the Diocese of Camden. On June 8, Bishop Dennis Sullivan...

Outrage over clergy ban at memorial service in NYC

Over the past few weeks we have been inundated with images, news stories and gatherings, commemorating the tragic events that unfolded in New...
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