Catholic Charities and volunteers serve all

Written by Mary McCusker On any given day in Catholic Charities’ offices across South Jersey, the agency encounters men, women and children of all faiths, as well as non-believers. Questions such “I’m not a Catholic, but will you help me?” are not uncommon from people who are struggling with poverty...

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A face-to-face encounter with immigrants

Written by Mary McCusker “It’s one thing to read about migrants and refugees. But having a chance to meet immigrants, seeing their faces and hearing their voices … it’s different than seeing it in a headline,” reflected one parishioner as he sipped his coffee at the Catholic Community of the...

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Bringing Mass and mercy to those behind bars

Written by Mary McCusker For Christians everywhere, Holy Week is a time of reflection on God‘s mercy and love. This spiritual reckoning applies in a particularly poignant way to those incarcerated. On Wednesday of Holy Week, Bishop Dennis Sullivan came to Salem County Prison to celebrate Mass with approximately 40...

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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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