A CORPORAL WORK OF MERCY

 Feed the Hungry   By:  Deacon Jerry Jablonowski Executive Director, Vitality Catholic Healthcare Services Traditionally, when we seek to practice the Corporal Work of Mercy to Feed the Hungry, we focus our efforts on the poor, the marginalized, the homeless, and those in under developed countries who do not receive...

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BISHOP SULLIVAN VISITS KENNEDY UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL FOR WORLD DAY OF THE SICK

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, NJ – On February 11, 2016, Bishop Dennis Sullivan of the Diocese of Camden toured Kennedy University Hospital and the Kennedy Health Care Center, both located in Washington Township, NJ, in commemoration of the World Day of the Sick. “As we continue to observe the Jubilee of Mercy,...

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HOSPITAL CHAPLAINS BRING HOPE TO THE SICK

Joan Miller, 70, has been in the hospital for nearly a year and a half. She’s gone through four hip replacements and two knee replacements. After the most recent surgery, she lost mobility and has been in rehab ever since. Miller met Anne Marie Pirillo while she was a patient...

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A CORPORAL WORK OF MERCY

Visiting the Sick By Deacon Gerard Jablonowski As a Church, we are all called to discipleship in Christ. The mission of today’s disciples must be reflected through the actions of the Church in response to the needs of others. In light of the Jubilee Year of Mercy, we are challenged...

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VITALITY ATTENDS MINISTRY FAIR

One Saturday, January 9, members of the VITALity Catholic Healthcare Team participated in a Ministry Fair, sponsored by the House of Charity and hosted by Our Lady of Hope parish in Blackwood. Along with the other ministries of the diocese, VITALity members spent the day introducing the services available to...

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A CORPORAL WORK OF MERCEY TO EMBRACE THE STRANGER

A Call to Mercy: Embrace the Stranger. By: Deacon Jerry Jablonowski In this Jubilee Year of Mercy, as we focus our attention on the Corporal and Spiritual works of Mercy, during the month of January, our faith also challenges us to an overarching aspect of mercy, to “embrace the stranger”....

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A CHRISTMAS MESSAGE FROM DEACON JERRY. . .

As we celebrate Christmas, the great feast of the birth of our Savior, we at VITALity Catholic Healthcare Services of the Diocese of Camden, extend our warmest wishes for peace, comfort and joy to all.  We especially remember and pray for our frail elderly parents, relatives, friends and neighbors, along...

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MASS OF HOPE AND COMFORT FOR THOSE WITH ALHEIMER’S AND THEIR CAREGIVERS

Bishop Dennis Sullivan and diocesan clergy brought hope and comfort to individuals with Alzheimer’s Disease and to their families and caregivers, in a Mass at Our Lady of Peace Parish in Williamstown on Nov. 20. The liturgical celebration was organized by VITALity Catholic Healthcare Services, the healthcare ministry of the...

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ST. PETER’S SENIOR MINISTRY GALA IS A HUGE SUCCESS!

On Saturday, November 14th, the St. Peter Senior Ministry celebrated its  5 year anniversary with a Fundraising Gala at the Pennsauken Country Club. Over 200 people attend the elegant affair and enjoyed an evening of live music, a sit down gourmet dinner, dancing and a basket auction of beautifully decorated...

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