The women behind Atlantic City’s Renewal

Written by Peter G. Sánchez Just down the street from the noise, lights, and slots on the  Atlantic City Boardwalk, four young women have recently put down roots in a former rectory to prove that the city’s promise of money, pleasure and power are no match for prayer and charity...

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Thousands attend Atlantic City Wedding of the Sea celebration

Written by Peter Sánchez  The off-and-on raindrops earlier this week for the Wedding of the Sea celebrations throughout South Jersey, celebrating the Solemnity of the Assumption of Mary, brought momentary uncertainty, but Bishop Dennis Sullivan reminded the faithful just where true constancy lies. “Mary’s (bodily) Assumption reminds us that heaven is...

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New Director of Catholic Campus Ministry Appointed at Stockton University

New Director of Catholic Campus Ministry Appointed at Stockton University The Diocese of Camden is pleased to announce that Alison Filion has been appointed as the New Director of Catholic Campus Ministry at Stockton University in Pomona, N.J. “Alison’s unique experience in guiding young adults to make happy, healthy and...

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Black Catholics set priorities at National Congress

Written by Peter G. Sánchez  Engaging the masses on social media. Responding to the needs of youth and young adults. Addressing the challenges of racism, violence and mass incarceration. Recommitting themselves to their faith. These were just some of the Pastoral Priorities identified in last month’s 12th National Black Catholic...

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Diocesan Mass for an exclusive, century- old club

Written by Peter G. Sánchez  Josephine Nesi’s key to longevity? “I don’t go to nightclubs, and I eat homemade food,” the 104-year-old said. Joseph Vitello, 100 years old, answered that question similarly. “Make sure you take care of yourself,” he said. Nesi, from Vineland (Christ the Good Shepherd Parish); Vitello,...

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