A CHRISTMAS MESSAGE FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

  As we celebrate God’s love and His greatest gift to humanity, the gift of Himself in the Christ Child at Christmas, may we always be reminded to share our love and the gift of ourselves with those among us who are aging and infirmed.  So often, they face the...

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STRONG CATHOLIC PRESENCE IS EVIDENT AT VIRTUA HOSPITAL IN VOORHEES, NEW JERSEY

In the Diocese of Camden, each and every day of the year, Catholic Chaplains, Associate Chaplains, and Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion visit Catholics who are in hospitals and nursing homes. Their visits provide spiritual support and sacramental support to those in need. While the strength of diocesan support for...

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VITALITY HONORS HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS AT THE ANNUAL WHITE MASS AND ST. LUKE AWARDS PRESENTATION

On Sunday October 22nd, Bishop Sullivan was the main celebrant and homilist for the White Mass for Physicians, Nurses and Healthcare Professionals of the Camden Diocese. This Mass is in recognition of the work of healthcare providers as they continue the healing mission of Jesus. The Mass was celebrated at...

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A MESSAGE FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

October is “Respect Life Month” in the Church. And although our thoughts, words and actions are so often immediately drawn to the issue of protection of the unborn, we must also not forget that the call to Respect Life goes well into all aspects of our human existence. Life at...

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DEAF AWARENESS WEEK – MIDDLESEX COUNTY FAIR

  On Sunday, September 24th, at the Middlesex  County Fair Grounds in East Brunswick, the Deaf Community gathered to celebrate “Deaf Awareness Week”.  It was a full day of comedy shows, trivia games, visiting old friends and making new ones.  Everybody there was conversing in American Sign Language.  People came from...

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RENAISSANCE CENTER OPENS AT ST. ANDREW THE APOSTLE

By Peter Sanchez, Reporter for the Star Herald   GIBBSBORO — Six months out of the year, “snowbirds” Lois and Bob Cosentino enjoy the warm weather in Naples, Florida. “I’m a Eucharistic Minister at Saint Katharine Drexel Church down there,” Bob says. For the other half of the year, the...

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A RENAISSANCE FOR SENIORS, TWICE A WEEK

    GIBBSBORO — Six months out of the year, “snowbirds” Lois and Bob Cosentino enjoy the warm weather in Naples, Florida. “I’m a Eucharistic Minister at Saint Katharine Drexel Church down there,” Bob says. For the other half of the year, the Gibbsboro residents hope to spend a lot...

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GIVING TRIBUTE TO GRANDPARTENTS

On Sunday September 10th, we as a nation celebrate “Grandparents Day”. This is a special day to recognize the life giving contributions that grandparents make to so many families. Grandparents are the vital link to the past family history and they transfer the riches of tradition and heritage to the...

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VITALITY WISHES SISTER MARY FRANCES KYLE ALL THE BEST

For the past 17 years Sister Mary Frances Kyle has been a Chaplain at Atlanticare Medical Center in Galloway Township and in Atlantic City, and Bacharach Institute of Rehabilitation also located in Galloway Township.  We have been so blessed to have her ministering to patients and staff.  Her kindness and genuine concern...

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DAY CENTERS COMBAT SOCIAL ISOLATION AMONG SENIORS

Day Centers Combat Social Isolation Among Seniors As well noted in most health and wellness literature on aging, withdrawal into social isolation happens very frequently as one ages and suffers any infirmities that cause limitations to their mobility or ability to care for themselves. Isolation is a major cause of...

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