Catholic Charities unites with community in the battle against opioid addiction

Written by Mary McCusker On May 17, hundreds gathered in the auditorium of Camden Catholic High School in Cherry Hill for a discussion on a grim problem that communities all across the country are facing. Police officers and parents, school officials and students, addicts and recovering addicts, parents who lost kids,...

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Bishop Sullivan will preside at Baccalaureate Masses for Diocesan Catholic High Schools of South Jersey

The six diocesan high schools are proud to announce the Baccalaureate Masses and Commencement Exercises for the Class of 2016, listed below in alphabetical order. Bishop Dennis Sullivan will preside at all the Masses: Camden Catholic High School Baccalaureate Mass: Friday, June 2, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. Location: Christ Our Light Parish,...

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Father Adam Cichoski Ordained a Priest of the Diocese of Camden

Calling the occasion one of “profound joy for the Diocese of Camden,” Bishop Dennis Sullivan ordained Father Adam Joseph Cichoski to the priesthood on Saturday, May 20 at Camden’s Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. The 31 year-old Cichoski received the Sacrament of Holy Orders in front of his new brother...

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Young adults speak up in Collingswood

Written by Peter G. Sánchez Surrounded by temptations and pressure from the secular world and their families and peers, they are searching for meaning, purpose and an identity. They seek intimate relationships, and community and belonging with like-minded individuals. They are committed to creating a more just, compassionate world through community...

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Adam Cichoski to be ordained a Roman Catholic Priest on May 20

Bishop Dennis Sullivan of the Diocese of Camden will ordain Rev. Mr. Adam Cichoski to the priesthood on Saturday, May 20 in a 10:30 a.m. Mass at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, 642 Market Street Street, Camden. Rev. Mr. Cichoski, 31, is a graduate of Delsea Regional High School in Franklinville, NJ,...

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Parish presentations on preventing drug abuse

Written by  Peter G. Sánchez Thirteen percent of eighth graders, and 40 percent of 12th graders, claim that they can easily get access to prescription painkillers. And the price of heroin in Camden is cheaper than such painkillers. These were some of the surprising, and shocking revelations during an addiction...

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Black Catholic Ministries announces 2017 scholarship winners

Black Catholic Ministries announces 2017 scholarship winners. Three eighth graders will each receive a $2,000 award for freshman year at a South Jersey Catholic high school. The 2017-18 winners are Janice Ashong (Saint Mary’s, Williamstown), who will attend Paul VI in Haddonfield; Sydney Prescott (Saint Mary’s, Williamstown), who will attend...

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