Singer to light up the evening for Catholic education

Written by Peter G. Sánchez  Forty years after recording her breakthrough hit “You Light Up My Life” for the movie of the same name, Debby Boone is still surprised at the platinum-selling album’s longevity and its impact on listeners. “It’s a nice song,” she remembered initially thinking. “I had no...

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Seminarians talk about their school days

Written by Mary Beth Peabody Seminarians Peter Gallagher and Logan Nilsen answered a call to discipleship in the Diocese of Camden. They heard, discerned and responded to the call in different ways at different times, but their stories converge as they reflect on the role of their Catholic school education....

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“A single week throws light on three areas of faith,” Bishop Sullivan’s message

Recently, the Catholic Church has been in the news. Last Friday, we were front and center in Washington, D.C. for one of the largest March for Life turnouts in recent memory. On that same day, one of the Church’s important charities, the resettlement of refugees, was impacted by the new...

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Catholic schools united by a common mission

Written by Mary Beth Peabody South Jersey Catholic Schools are united by a common mission: to educate and inspire young minds spiritually, academically and in service to others. While each school has a distinct culture and personality, there are opportunities for students join forces and share resources, demonstrating the power...

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Ambassadors for Hispanic families

Written by Peter G. Sánchez Stepping into a classroom at Guardian Angels Regional School in Gibbstown, Claudia Trani-Melgar immediately was greeted by the second graders, who jumped out of their seats. “Good morning, Maestra Claudia!” came the enthusiastic welcome, with the students appropriately using the Spanish word for “teacher” to...

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