Child Abuse Protection Month

April is Child Abuse Prevention month. The Catholic Church is committed to creating a safe environment for all children. The mission of the diocesan Office of Child and Youth Protection is to protect the children who are entrusted into the care of the Diocese of Camden and to ensure that...

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Catholic Charities to honor Sister Norma Pimentel

Written by Mary McCusker Every year, Catholic Charities, Diocese of Camden, holds the Justice for All Dinner and Awards Ceremony — a night that both recognizes exemplary individuals who embody Catholic social teaching, and serves as the agency’s largest annual fundraiser. All proceeds from the event go directly toward servicing...

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“A goal that we can reach together,” Bishop Sullivan’s message

Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ: After my arrival in the diocese, I set forth three principal pastoral objectives that needed to be addressed: increasing vocations to the priesthood; the availability and accessibility of Catholic schools; and the financial stability of the diocese and each parish. Significant strides have been...

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Bishop Sullivan to preside at Holy Week and Easter Liturgies and Services

Most Reverend Dennis J. Sullivan, D.D., Bishop of Camden, will preside at Holy Week and Easter liturgies and services throughout South Jersey: Passion (Palm) Sunday Sunday, March 25, 2018 11:30 a.m. (Spanish Language) Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception 642 Market St., Camden Passion (Palm) Sunday opens Holy Week, the most...

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Energetic faith on display at Youth Congress

Written  by Peter G. Sánchez  His Roman collar peeking out from under the black shirt that read “God has your blessing, #BELIEVE,” just below his baseball cap-topped head, the priest from the Bronx spoke the truth to youth at Assumption Regional Catholic School in Galloway. “God is truth!” he shouted....

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An eye-opening presentation on refugee journeys

Written by Mary McCusker They came with an open mind to learn and to understand. Parishioners, clergy, religious and interested community members. About 25 of them. They gathered in the parish center of Saint Thomas More in Cherry Hill to share a meal as Catholic Charities panelists shared with them...

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