The sad connection between suicide and adults with autism

Written by Gina Guarnere That moment when your wonderful little boy lays his head, heavy with sorrow that is not his to carry, on your shoulder and breathes out such a sigh that you can hear the shattered pieces of his heart collide with your skin… “Mommy, I think my...

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Re-thinking what students need to know

Written by Mary Beth Peabody Joan DiCicco is a self-proclaimed curriculum geek. A second grade teacher, DiCicco is serving on her third curriculum redesign team for South Jersey Catholic Schools — first math, (ELA) and now social studies. As a team lead for the ELA redesign, DiCicco and three colleagues...

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Reflections of a seminarian’s mother

Written by Sally Fox As I look at the calendar and realize there are only 10 weeks until Joshua’s priestly ordination, I reflect back to the beginning of Josh’s discernment journey that began just about 10 years ago when Josh was still in high school, and I realize that it...

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7th Annual iRace4Vocations, one of the largest outdoor Catholic gatherings in South Jersey Sun., April 22 

Catholics throughout the six southern counties of New Jersey, as well as the Delaware Valley region, are invited to attend the 7th Annual iRace4Vocations event on Sunday, April 22 at Washington Lake Park, 626 Hurffville Crosskeys Rd, Sewell. This free event, sponsored by the Office of Vocations of the Diocese of Camden,...

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