A young woman others see as ‘a holy person’

By Carl Peters Christina McNasby has endured numerous surgeries — 33 of them so far. Disproving the bleak medical prognosis she was given at birth, she learned how to talk after years of speech therapy, and recently graduated from high school. But now the disorder is attacking her kidneys and...

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The diocesan soccer cup runneth over

By Peter Sanchez Cleats? Check. Fast-paced game play? Check. Passionate fans?  Check. Energetic announcers?  Check. Orange slices? Probably. The diocesan Soccer Cup, held June 15 on the fields at Saint Augustine Prep in Richland, was the first of its kind in South Jersey, as young adults, their friends, and family...

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Summer Masses at the Shore

Are you traveling to the South Jersey shore this summer? You’ll find Masses in parishes located throughout the Jersey shore region. Many of our South Jersey parishes added Mass times to their schedules to accommodate visitors as well parishioners during the summer months. Download and print parish Summer Mass schedules. “My presence will...

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Graduates can celebrate their accomplishments

Written by Mary Beth Peabody The academic year is quickly coming to an end for most elementary and secondary students at South Jersey Catholic Schools. Meanwhile, graduates have already begun their summer, enjoying some vacation time and preparing for the next phase of their lives. Secondary school graduates will share...

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Ask NJ Legislature to Protect the Religious Employers Exemption

S3804/A5508 is part of a package of bills that the Governor and the legislature are supporting to create a New Jersey version of the federal Affordable Care and Patient Protection Act of 2010. Unfortunately, the bills would expand insurance coverage for abortion inducing drugs and eliminate the religious employers’ exemption...

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