“OUR JOURNEY OF HOPE” INTRODUCED INTO THE DIOCESE

Dr. Imran Shariff of the Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Philadelphia, addresses the Leadership Training program participants of “Our Journey of Hope” at Christ The Redeemer parish center in Atco.   On Saturday, May 19, VITALity Catholic Healthcare Services sponsored the first Leadership Training certification program for “Our Journey...

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FOLLOWING THE WAY OF ST. JAMES

Saturday, April 28, was a perfect sunny day for those walking from Saint James Church of Holy Trinity Parish in Ventnor, to Blessed Sacrament Church in Margate, and back, during the inaugural “Following the Way of Saint James on the Road to Life” pilgrimage.   The event was sponsored by VITALity...

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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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