Fleeing Egypt, and learning to choose joy 

 Written by Jennifer Alemian , Gloucester Catholic High School   My life wouldn’t be the same without Catholic education. It has been more than a privilege to attend Catholic School for most of my life and to earn an education some individuals would dream of having. Catholicism has always been a part of my...

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Coming to you live, from your local high school

Written  by Peter G. Sánchez  Tuesday evening, Jan. 16. in Haddonfield As the high school girls’ squads of Paul VI and Camden Catholic, Cherry Hill, battled it out on the basketball court here for first place in the Olympic Conference, Paul VI teacher Richard Daniels’ Advanced Television pupils were engaged...

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Ways to support Catholic education

Written by Mary Boyle In his book “Finding My Way Home,” Henri Nouwen says, “You are sent into this world to believe in yourself as God’s chosen one and then to help your brother and sisters know that they also are beloved sons and daughters of God.” The sentiment in...

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Miracle at Vineland’s Landis Theater

Written by Mary Beth Peabody An out-of-towner might have mistaken it for Broadway. Under the flashing marquee, more than 700 theatergoers poured into Vineland’s iconic Landis Theater for the Bishop Schad Regional School production of “Miracle on Bethlehem Street” on Dec. 14. “We expected maybe 300 family members and our...

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St. Joseph High School Signs Partnership with Neumann University

St. Joseph High School in Hammonton expands its Pathway to College initiative by signing a partnership-agreement that would enable the two institutions to collaborate in academic and college preparation opportunities. The partnership includes Guaranteed Admissions for qualified SJHS students, Partnership Scholarships exclusive for qualifying SJHS students with a maximum award...

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