A path forward for a determined mother

Written by Mary McCusker Lauren Segers’ phone pinged as she sat in Catholic Charities’ Vineland office. Glancing at it, her eyes lit up, and she said with a huge smile, “That’s my new employer. They told me just yesterday that I was hired.” Landing this new job added another item...

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Our Lady of Lourdes visit

On Feb. 11, the feast of Our Lady of Lourdes and World Day of the Sick, Bishop Dennis Sullivan visited Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center, Camden, to meet with administrators, staff and patients. He offered his prayers, blessings and company throughout the facility, especially to sick patients. Accompanying him...

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Two Renowned Administrators Announce State-wide New Jersey Compensation Program for Victims of Church Sexual Abuse of Minors

(Washington, D.C.–February 11, 2019) Kenneth R. Feinberg and Camille S. Biros, two noted victims’ compensation experts, have been named Administrators of a New Jersey state-wide Compensation Program – approved and supported by all five Roman Catholic Dioceses located in the state. Today they announced the creation of the Independent Victim...

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A People of life, and a Church of life

Written by Father Matthew Weber I did not sleep well last night. I woke up about 1:30 a.m. and could not sleep. Maybe I was upset over the news I heard the evening before about another family in my parish awaiting a deportation hearing: both parents might be deported leaving...

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February Catholic Business Network Breakfast

Business professionals, especially those with too much stress in their lives — in other words, all business professionals — are invited to attend the monthly breakfast sponsored by the Catholic Business Network of South Jersey on Feb. 8. The guest speaker will be Gary Zimak, a local Catholic whose specialty...

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