CAMDEN DIOCESE CELEBRATES MASS OF INCLUSION TO HONOR AUTISM AWARENESS MONTH

  In recognition of  April as Autism Awareness Month, a Diocesan Mass of Inclusion for Families with Children on the Autism Spectrum was celebrated April 15th at Holy Saviour Church, Saint Teresa of Calcutta Parish, Collingswood.  Father Robert Hughes, Vicar General, was the main celebrant with Father Hugh Bradley concelebrating...

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THE SOUTH JERSEY CATHOLIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATION HOSTS ANNUAL COMMUNION BREAKFAST

On Sunday, April 8th, the South Jersey Catholic Medical Association of the Diocese of Camden held its Annual Mass and Communion Breakfast at the Chapel of Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center. The celebration began with Mass celebrated by Father Sanjai Devis, Diocesan Director of Hospital Chaplaincy and Spiritual Advisor...

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A MESSAGE FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

March came in like a lion and hopefully will go out like a lamb! March weather is very unpredictable. We are often frustrated in our hopes for the arrival of the nice, long awaited springtime weather to come. Weather that beckons us outside to enjoy the sunshine and milder temperatures....

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VITALITY CELEBRATES STEPHEN MINISTERS

        On Saturday, February 24th , Stephen Ministers from throughout the Diocese of Camden gathered to celebrate Mass with Our Lady of Hope Parish at St Agnes Church in Blackwood for a celebration of their ministry sponsored by VITALity Catholic Healthcare Services. Our Lady of Hope Parish...

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VITALITY HOSTS A RETREAT FOR CAREGIVERS

On Saturday, February 10th, Vitality Catholic Healthcare Services hosted a day of reflection and refresh-ment for caregivers in the Diocese of Camden.  Gathering at the Catholic Campus Ministry Center of Stockton University in Pomona, New Jersey, guests were treated to a luncheon followed by a presentation by Deacon Jerry Jablonowski, Executive...

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A MESSAGE FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Family and friend caregivers are the backbone of the healthcare system that often go unrecognized in a society that focuses so much on the provision of medical care by medical professionals. Family and friend care “givers” and professional healthcare ‘”providers” are both vital to the needs of so many Americans,...

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SAINT PETER’S SENIOR MINISTRY CELEBRATES ITS 7TH YEAR!

  On January 11, 2018, St. Peter Senior Ministry, Merchantville celebrated its 7th year as a fruitful ministry welcoming 275 members since 2011. The anniversary celebration included singing, dancing, reminiscing over previous year’s events and longtime members. The members shared heartfelt testimonies of what the ministry means to them. They...

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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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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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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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