Media to help people Discover Catholic Schools

The National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) has proclaimed the week of Nov. 17-23 as Discover Catholic Schools Week — a nationwide opportunity for prospective families, donors and other partners to learn more about Catholic school education. “The week is a complement to the ‘traditional’ Catholic Schools Week, which is held...

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Linking spirituality and masculinity

By Peter G. Sánchez Closing in on hour one of the Man Up South Jersey Men’s Spirituality Conference, Alex Diagosta had gotten his money’s worth. The man from Our Lady of Peace Parish, Williamstown, had just heard the inspiring life story of Kevin Reilly, a former Special Teams captain for...

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Christian faith in the resurrection of the dead

Written by Father Jason Rocks “Christ has been raised from the dead, the first fruits of those who have fallen asleep. … For as in Adam all die, so also in Christ shall all be made alive” (1 Cor 15:20-22). The being alive, to which Saint Paul refers in this...

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Diocese of Camden Statement Regarding the Claim Against Former Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio

November 13, 2019 Press Release Contact: Michael Walsh, Director of Communications michael.walsh@camdendiocese.org 856-583-6143 Diocese of Camden Statement Regarding the Claim Against Former Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio CAMDEN, N.J. — On November 13, 2019, the Diocese of Camden became aware of a scurrilous charge against Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, from his time as a...

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Prayer and stewardship brings a family closer to God

Written By Carol Magrino “The Call to Stewardship” is a periodic series profiling individuals and families throughout the Diocese of Camden who have shown an inspiring response to the call to Christian stewardship highlighted in 1 Peter 4:10, “As each one has received a gift, use it to serve one...

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In the Presence of Christ

Written by Father Adam Cichoski I always remember my mom making us go very early to church when I was growing up. My brothers and I thought it was the worst! However, even in our protests and dragging of our feet, my mom always made sure we were there to...

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Ministry to inmates, former inmates and family

Written by Mary McCusker “I didn’t really even think about people in prisons until I had a family member who ended up behind bars,” said one of the attendees at the Camden Diocesan Prison Ministry Conference, held at the Saint John Paul II Retreat Center in Vineland on Sept. 21....

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White Mass for Healthcare professionals and Saint Luke Awards

The 20th annual White Mass and Saint Luke Awards Reception took place this past Sunday, Oct. 20, at Saint Luke Church, Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish in Stratford, to honor healthcare professionals who have promoted Catholic principles and values throughout their career. Father Vince Guest, pastor of Our Lady of...

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The Joy of the Gospel at the Cathedral Parish

Written by Donna Ottaviano-Britt “We are going to find our voice and proclaim it. We are going to take a stand of uncommon courage.” This is how the Convocation of Catholic Leaders: The Joy of the Gospel came to Camden on Oct. 12 at The Cathedral Parish of the Immaculate...

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