Catholic Charities workers remember an advocate

Catholic Charities in the Diocese of Camden had a strong advocate in Bishop Joseph Galante. While ordinary of Beaumont, Texas, Bishop Galante wrote in a newspaper column that Catholic faith and the work of social justice are inseparable. “Social justice issues are not merely at the fringe of our faith,...

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Stewardship as a ministry of presence and prayer

Written by Carol Magrino What if being truly present at Mass each Sunday was the most important priority of the week? What if being a prayerful example to others was the highest purpose for each new day? The response to the call to stewardship might be as simple as asking,...

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Convocation delegates have plans for Pentecost

Written by Donna M. Ottaviano-Britt Everyone has heard the phrase, “Paint the Town Red.” But have you ever heard the phrase, “Paint the Diocese Red”? As the first fruits of the Convocation of Catholic Leaders: The Joy of the Gospel in South Jersey — you should definitely see red throughout...

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Passing of Bishop Emeritus, Joseph Galante

Dear Brothers and Sisters: It is my sad duty to announce that our bishop emeritus, Joseph Anthony Galante, died on Saturday, May 25. The bishop served the diocese from 2004 – 2013. I ask that you pray for his eternal rest in peace. Details concerning his funeral will be made...

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Celebration in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Written by Father Jay Philip Ramos As a Filipino priest, and one who belongs to the Religious Community of the Disciples of Mary, assigned to the Catholic Community of Christ Our Light in Cherry Hill, I feel greatly privileged to be part of this Santacruzan 2019. I would like to...

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