Diocese of Camden
The Diocese of Camden today launched a Papal countdown with a purpose.
In anticipation of Pope Francis’ historic visit to our neighbors across the river in Philadelphia, Catholic Charities in the Diocese of Camden is celebrating “40 Days of Francis.” Beginning on August 17 and ending with […]
Our Lady Star of the Sea and St. Nicholas of Tolentine will operate under the name of St. Monica Parish, with Our Lady Star of the Sea serving as the main worship site.
The Holy Thursday mass, behind the walls of the Camden County Correctional Facility, included foot-washing of inmates by a Catholic priest.
Catholic Schools Educate the Whole Child Each Catholic school in the Diocese of Camden is a community of faith and learning that nurtures the development of all children to their full potential. We start with […]
Police in Vineland are searching for the suspects who vandalized two churches overnight.
Dennis Sullivan, 67, was the former vicar-general in the New York archdiocese.
The number of nuns at the Monastery of the Dominican Nuns of the Perpetual Rosary, on Haddon Avenue, had fallen to four, and the order made a change of address.
Sacred Heart High School, in Vineland, will be shut down come June.
A day before his installation as bishop of the Diocese of Camden, Bishop Dennis Sullivan reflected on his mission, as well as the stunning news about the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI.
A number of fundraisers for the school have been held, but future events are now on hold.
Authorities are looking into the actions of a Gloucester Catholic High School maintenance worker who is said to have circulated photos of students via cell phone.
A report released on Thursday showed more than half of those who were surveyed and identify themselves as Catholics don’t even have a basic understanding of their own faith.
The spiritual leader of 100,000 Catholics in South Jersey says he has chronic kidney disease and will soon begin dialysis treatments, but has no plans to step down from his post.
St. Mary’s of Malaga has been closed since November, when the Diocese of Camden announced its merger with two nearby parishes because of rising debt and declining attendance, one of 33 parish mergers in the Diocese.