Shared goals at home and at school

Written by Ryan MacFarland My wife and I attended Catholic grade school, high school and college. We always knew we wanted to provide our children with this same experience, but when the time came, our circumstances had changed. We were living in a great school district, we both worked full-time,...

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After a full half-century, retirement

Saint John Paul II Regional School, Stratford, celebrated the retirement of Lois Schuhl, vice principal, on Dec. 21. Schuhl served 50 years in Catholic education as a teacher and administrator. She taught in the Camden Diocese for 47 years beginning at Saint Agnes School, Blackwood, then Our Lady of Grace...

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Giving well-deserved thanks to our teachers

Written by Janice DeCicco Fipp, Ed.D  As a principal of one of the Catholic Schools within the Diocese of Camden, I feel a great deal of gratitude and appreciation for many things and many people. First, the oversight and resources provided to our schools by Bishop Sullivan and the diocesan...

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Catholic school students speak freely

Written by Mary Beth Peabody “We need saints with jeans and tennis shoes. We need saints that go to the movies, that listen to music, that hang out with their friends.” Those words, from a poem read by Pope Francis at World Youth Day 2013, seemed to resonate with student...

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Autumn colors at Archbishop Damiano School

Written by Peter G. Sánchez Autumn de Forest, a 16-year-old artist, visited Archbishop Damiano School in Westville Grove last week, providing students the “opportunity to express creativity without limitation,” as school Principal Kate Flynn said. Autumn is more than a teenager with artistic talent. She received the International Giuseppe Sciacca...

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