“Be Not Afraid,” Bishop Galante’s Easter message

Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ, Three of the Gospel accounts of the Resurrection morning describe the women at the scene – the first eyewitnesses to the Easter miracle – as fearful upon seeing the evidence of the Risen Lord. Perhaps the roots of that reaction had its source in...

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Diocesan Youth Congress April 1 at Holy Family Parish, Sewell

In celebration of the diocese’s 75th anniversary year, the Office of Youth, Young Adult & Campus Ministries is hosting a one-day Youth Congress “Light for the World” to celebrate Catholic Youth Ministry.  The Youth Congress is an exciting, one-day experience of prayer, learning, community and evangelization for Catholic teenagers (grades 8-12) and their adult...

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Young Adults to meet to Explore their Faith at Theology on Tap sessions in Cherry Hill

Renew International’s Theology on Tap is a discussion series for Catholic young adults, married and single, in their late teens (18-19), twenties, and thirties. The four evening sessions, sponsored by the diocesan Office of Young Adult and Campus Ministries, welcome young adults to gather and to enter more deeply into...

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Sacred Heart High School to remain open

Bishop Joseph Galante has approved a plan that would keep Sacred Heart High School, Vineland, open under a revised financial and administrative structure. Freshman registration will begin Saturday, Feb. 25, with representatives available at the high school from 9 a.m. until noon. The plan to keep the school open addresses...

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Bishop Galante to preside at Ash Wednesday Mass at the Cathedral

Most Reverend Joseph A. Galante, D.D., J.C.D., Bishop of Camden, will celebrate Mass for Ash Wednesday:  February 22, 2012 12:05 PM Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception 642 Market Street Camden, NJ 08102 The season of Lent, which has been observed since the fourth century, begins on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 22, and...

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Bishop Galante’s letter on Healthcare Mandate

Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ: I write to you about a serious matter concerning the fundamental right to religious liberty for all citizens of any faith.  The federal government has just dealt a blow to Catholics and all those served by the Catholic faithful through our education, health care...

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L’Arche community to open in Merchantville

The rooms are bare and the walls need paint, but in the three-floor, 19th century Victorian home on Maple Avenue in Merchantville, hope resides. The goal is for the first L’Arche community, comprising those with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their assistants, will come together here where they will share...

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