Cultivating a new generation

Written by Peter G. Sánchez  Prepare. Sow. Grow. Reap. Four words well-known and understood to farmers; less so, for Catholic youth ministry workers. But it was the latter group that heard these words at Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish in Absecon recently during a two-day symposium on, what else, cultivating...

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Summer Masses at the Shore 2017

Are you traveling to the South Jersey shore this summer? You’ll find Masses in parishes located throughout the Jersey shore region. Many of our South Jersey parishes added Mass times to their schedules to accommodate visitors as well parishioners during the summer months. For parish Summer Mass schedules print PDF of 2017...

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One small step forward, one giant leap of faith

Written by Peter G. Sánchez Corbin Mazur, and the 173 other catechumens at the Rite of Election at Our Lady of Hope Parish’s Saint Agnes Church in Blackwood Sun., March 5, answered in the affirmative to Bishop Dennis Sullivan’s question: Were they confident in their desire to “enter fully into...

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Black Catholic Ministries Commission supports South Jersey Catholic Schools

Written by Mary Beth Peabody The Diocese of Camden Black Catholic Ministries Commission supports South Jersey Catholic Schools with a high school scholarship and an essay contest for seventh and eighth graders. Three one-year scholarships will be awarded to current eighth grade students who plan to attend a high school...

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January Catholic Business Network Presentation: The Millennial Question

On Fri., Jan., 13, please join the Catholic Business Network for breakfast and an engaging panel discussion focused on the importance of millennials in the Catholic Church, in business, and the community. This presentation will focus on the common myths related to the millennial population, their motivations and how millennials are...

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“Showers of Mercy” close out Jubilee Year

Written by Mary McCusker With the Jubilee Year of Mercy coming to a close, Catholic Charities, Diocese of Camden, directed its focus on the corporal work of mercy, “Clothe the naked.” It was an effort to clothe some of the most precious of God’s creation — infants living in poverty....

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