Coming to you live, from your local high school

Written  by Peter G. Sánchez  Tuesday evening, Jan. 16. in Haddonfield As the high school girls’ squads of Paul VI and Camden Catholic, Cherry Hill, battled it out on the basketball court here for first place in the Olympic Conference, Paul VI teacher Richard Daniels’ Advanced Television pupils were engaged...

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Ways to support Catholic education

Written by Mary Boyle In his book “Finding My Way Home,” Henri Nouwen says, “You are sent into this world to believe in yourself as God’s chosen one and then to help your brother and sisters know that they also are beloved sons and daughters of God.” The sentiment in...

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Solidarity in action via mission trips

Written by Sherine Green We are called to encounter others that are different, others who struggle, others with a need. In those times, one will realize their own struggles, their own pain and their solidarity through Christ with others. Last summer our teens and families from Christ Our Light journeyed...

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Stewardship from the ground floor, walls to come later

Written by Frank Sinatra We’ve all heard the saying, “The church isn’t the building, it’s the people.” You won’t find a truer example locally than Saint Katharine Drexel in Egg Harbor Township, where there is a community center and parish offices, but not a physical “church.” There are no grand...

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Next Catholic Business Network meeting Jan. 12

Join the next Catholic Business Network breakfast meeting Fri., Jan. 12 in Cherry Hill for networking and discussion on Creating a Culture That Leads to Success with guest speaker, Pete Musumeci, the Director of Republic Bank. Mr. Musumeci has over 40 years’ experience in the banking and lending industry. He was previously...

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National Migration Week 2018: A reminder of ‘Many Journeys, One Family’ campaign

Written by Mary McCusker For nearly 50 years, the Catholic Church has celebrated National Migration Week, which kicks off this weekend, Jan. 7. This year’s purpose takes on a special significance in light of Pope Francis launching the two-year Share the Journey campaign in September 2017. Share the Journey is...

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The Wise Men, and all who long for God

Written by Peter G. Sánchez  This weekend, faith communities around the world, including the Diocese of Camden, will mark the Epiphany of the Lord, remembering the Three Kings’ visit to the baby Jesus in Bethlehem. Parishioners of Saint Mary of Mount Carmel, Hammonton, though, were already treated to a recreation...

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