A beautiful day for vocations

The sixth annual iRace4Vocations at Williamstown High School on Sunday, April 30 was an opportunity for Catholics to worship, spend time with family and friends, and show off their athletic stamina. Bishop Dennis Sullivan celebrated Mass during the iRace4Vocations, which brought together South Jersey Catholics for a day of prayer...

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iRace4Vocations, one of the largest outdoor Catholic gatherings in South Jersey, Sunday, April 30

Bishop Dennis Sullivan to Celebrate Outdoor Mass before 1,400+ faithful Catholics throughout the six southern counties of New Jersey, as well as the Delaware Valley region, are invited to attend the 6th Annual iRace4Vocations event on Sunday, April 30 at Williamstown High School/Middle School in Williamstown, NJ. This free event, sponsored...

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One small step forward, one giant leap of faith

Written by Peter G. Sánchez Corbin Mazur, and the 173 other catechumens at the Rite of Election at Our Lady of Hope Parish’s Saint Agnes Church in Blackwood Sun., March 5, answered in the affirmative to Bishop Dennis Sullivan’s question: Were they confident in their desire to “enter fully into...

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Church leaders condemn rise in anti-Semitic acts

Bishop Dennis Sullivan and other church leaders have spoken out in response to a rise in anti-Semitic acts both locally and across the United States. “This abhorrent behavior, which has no place in contemporary culture, stands in opposition to everything the Catholic Church believes and teaches,” Bishop Sullivan said in...

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Ash Wednesday

Bishop Dennis J. Sullivan and Father John Fisher, O.S.F.S., rector of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Camden, distribute ashes during Ash Wednesday Mass March 1 at the Cathedral. (Photo by Jim McBride) In his homily, Bishop Sullivan encouraged all to fully participate in the next seven weeks of Lent...

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Statement of Bishop Dennis Sullivan regarding acts of hatred towards our Jewish Sisters and Brothers

This weekend and today, we have seen vandalism against our Jewish sisters and brothers in Pennsylvania and threats in Delaware and in our very own backyard at the Katz Jewish Community Center in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.  This abhorrent behavior, which has no place in contemporary culture, stands in opposition...

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