Dangers of the Aid in Dying for the Terminally Ill Act

Written by Msgr. Louis Marucci On March 12, 2018 the N.J. Assembly Judiciary Committee passed the proposed (and, if I might add, misnamed) “Aid in Dying for the Terminally Ill” Act (A1504) which awaited a vote by the full Assembly. The bill’s Senate Counterpart, S1072, was still pending review by...

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Bishop presides at the Rite of Election

Bishop Dennis Sullivan presided at the annual Rite of Election at Our Lady of Hope Parish, Blackwood on March 10. In all, more than 142 future Catholics in full communion with Church were present. This is a very significant and important step in the Rite of Christian Initiation. Typically celebrated...

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Encouraging ‘bright spots’ and youth leaders

Written by Peter Sanchez More than 150 youth from 16 parishes and schools took part in last Saturday’s “Youth Leader” day of faith, fellowship and formation here at Assumption Regional Catholic School in Galloway. The day was led by Susan Searle, the project coordinator for the Youth Leader program, which...

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Local Hispanic leader writes book on Charismatic Renewal

Andres Arango, Bishop’s Delegate for Hispanic Ministry and Director of Evangelization in the Diocese of Camden, has written “Renovación Carismática Católica: Una Corriente de Gracia,” a Spanish-language book that will guide lay people and pastoral leaders to understand the Charismatic Renewal and its importance for Catholic Hispanics in the United...

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Bishop to celebrate Ash Wednesday Mass and Service March 6

Most Reverend Dennis J. Sullivan, D.D., Bishop of Camden, will be the main celebrant and homilist at Mass for Ash Wednesday, March 6 at 12:05 p.m. at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, 642 Market Street, Camden. Bishop Sullivan will also distribute ashes at the Mass that marks the start of Lent. Later...

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Hand to Hand on a mission to Haiti

The Hand to Hand Mission recently delivered 3,000 bags of school supplies and other goods to Haiti. Many of the 17 missionaries on the trip were local Catholics from the Diocese of Camden. The mission of the organization is to provide long-term aid and support to the people in need...

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