faithFULL Food Drive – Feb. 23

At this time of the year, many food pantries find themselves with empty shelves while the requests for food are still great. In response, the Diocese of Camden is organizing a one-day food drive called faithFULL which hopes to collect canned food items for the hungry in the six-county South...

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Latino family fears deportation

Born in Tamaulipas, Mexico, Oscar Campos crossed the border illegally to Texas in 1989 and eventually made his way to Bridgeton.  His early life was living in fear of violence caused by the drug cartels. “The town I come from is so dangerous that you can’t even own a home,...

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Vandalism at two Vineland churches.

Hands broken off a statue of the Blessed Mother. That was just the beginning of the damage to statuary at two Vineland churches, Sacred Heart Church on Landis Avenue and St. Francis of Assisi Church on Chestnut Avenue. The vandalism was discovered Jan. 23. Several statues were damaged at Sacred...

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Bishop Sullivan’s message for Catholic Schools Week: “Celebrating Catholic school communities of faith, knowledge and service”

Catholic Schools Week is the annual celebration of the great mission of Catholic School education. This year’s theme celebrates Catholic Schools as Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service. The Catholic Schools in our great nation were founded and organized through the visionary efforts of bishops, priests, religious women and men...

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