Getting spiritually prepared for the classroom

With students still in summer mode, new teachers in South Jersey Catholic Schools gathered Aug. 24 for an orientation session at Saint Vincent de Paul Regional School in Mays Landing. The group of 71 included first-time and veteran teachers, individuals bringing industry experience to the classroom, former public school educators,...

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To the Memory of Saint Monica’s Church

A historical marker for the former Saint Monica’s Church was dedicated on Aug. 27 on Arctic Avenue between North Carolina and Mansion avenues in Atlantic City. Saint Monica’s Church was built at 108 N. Pennsylvania Ave. in 1949 as the culmination of the work of Emma Lewis to serve Catholics...

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Youth serving 1,200 meals

Written by Peter G. Sánchez  A week removed from Summer in the City, where they lived out the Gospel values in caring for the poor and marginalized, youth continued that work in Atlantic City last week, serving 1,200 meals here at Pop Lloyd Baseball Stadium as part of AtlantiCare’s Mission...

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Bishop Dennis Sullivan Announces Special Collection for Victims of Hurricane Harvey, September 2-3.

Five years ago, Superstorm Sandy caused upheaval of lives and destruction of properties for many people living along the Jersey shore. No one had experienced in their lifetime a storm of such magnitude that hit our Garden State. We pitched in, supported our suffering neighbors, and received help and financial...

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A rebuilt marriage, strong faith, strong family

“The Call to Stewardship” is a periodic series profiling individuals and families throughout the Diocese of Camden who have shown an inspiring response to the call to Christian stewardship highlighted in 1 Peter 4:10 “As each one has received a gift, use it to serve one another as good stewards...

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Listen to Bishop Sullivan’s latest radio message

Bishop Sullivan speaks on KYW Newsradio 1060 throughout the year, with the message of the Catholic Church and his perspective, in bi-weekly, 60-second spots which reach Catholics and non-Catholics across the Philadelphia region. As Labor Day approaches, Bishop Sullivan reminds us that the real meaning behind the national holiday is celebrating the...

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South Jersey Catholic Schools Summer 2017

Although school is officially starting next week, running a school is a year-round job, especially if the school offers summer programs. Happy Campers Many South Jersey Catholic Schools offered current students and visitors the opportunity to play, learn, experiment, hone athletic and theatrical skills and get a jump on the...

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Connecting with the community through clay

Written by Mary McCusker Samrawrit’s hands meticulously folded around a block of clay as she carefully molded the nebulous wet blob into a specific design. The oddly shaped contours drew interest from another teen from Burma. “What is that?” he asked curiously. “It’s my home country of Ethiopia,” she explained,...

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