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NAEP Results Released On April 29, 2015, the National Center for Educational Statistics released the results of the Grade 8 NAEP (National Assessment of Educational Progress) tests in U.S. History, Geography and Civics. A summary […]
How Healthy is My Relationship?
Questions to ask yourself and your partner
By Sylvia Loumeau, LCSW, director of Behavioral Health and Counseling Services
Inspired by Pope Francis’ call to build a “culture of encounter” that reaches out to those living on the margins of society, the Diocese of Camden’s Encounter Series will feature three different experiences meant to engage your heart, head, and hands as we strive to put our faith into action. The series includes a retreat day (May 5), an informative lecture (May 11), and a day of hands-on community service in Camden (May 16). All adults welcome. For more information and to register for one, two, or all three experiences, visit http://www.camdendiocese.org/encounter or contact Colleen Mayhew at 856.583.6118.
The last time the Camden Diocese made a major announcement about its schools in 2007, the result was a series of closures and consolidations that left families questioning the future of Catholic education in South Jersey.
By Peter G. Sánchez CHERRY HILL — On the morning of Friday, Nov. 14, Bishop Dennis Sullivan spoke with 100 area businessmen and women here at Woodcrest Country Club, encouraging them to “bring Catholic values […]
Frequently Asked Questions? What if I’m Not a Young Adult? Theology-on-Tap is designed to address the needs, questions and interests of young adults in their 20s and 30s. We ask that the age range be […]
With clergy public officials and hundreds of faithful looking on, Bishop Dennis Sullivan was installed Tuesday as the new bishop of Camden’s Roman Catholic Diocese during a Mass in St. Agnes Church in Blackwood, New Jersey.
The Catholic Diocese of Camden has announced the closure of three schools in Cumberland County in the name of economy.
Two more Roman Catholic churches in the Camden Diocese will soon be consolidated into a new parish that will serve about 2,200 members.