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Mercy Sister Carole MacKenthun makes children’s education a personal mission

The many threads of Mercy Sister Carole MacKenthun’s life weave together in a tapestry of service ...

Students start nonprofit to improve recess

Brooke and Riley Pulaski have taken their Catholic school lessons on outreach to heart by establishing ...

Sacrifice sharpens appreciation for the simple

During a recent small group session at my parish when discussing the Eucharistic meal of the Mass ...

'Tolton’ a powerful story of venerable priest’s triumph over prejudice

The multimedia production “Tolton: From Slave to Priest” gave ...

Black and Indian Mission Collection set for Feb. 18

The annual National Collection for the Black and Indian Missions will be taken up in the Diocese Feb. 18 ...

Strengthening marriage and influencing culture the goal of World Marriage Day

Celebrating the sacred union of husbands and wives, World Marriage Day Feb. 11 and National Marriage Week ...

National collection aims to rebuild Church in Central and Eastern Europe

Still reeling from 70 years of communist oppression, countries of the former Soviet bloc will be ...

UPDATE: Youth encouraged to look for God’s intended purpose

From praise and worship and Eucharistic Adoration to ...

St. Jude relic to be venerated Jan. 30 in Brick parish during historic U.S. trip

A relic believed to be of the arm of St. Jude the Apostle will stop in the ...

UPDATE: New state law extends eligibility for free meals to nonpublic schools

To help offset financial hardship experienced by many low-income families, the New Jersey Catholic Conference wrote to Gov. Phil Murphy Jan. 11 to request his support on the “Working Class Families Anti-Hunger Act” – a bill that would expand eligibility for free school meals to include nonpublic schools.

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