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Photos of the Week /Photos of the Week
Author:Carmela Malerba
On April 26, Sacred Heart High School, Vineland, and Cape Trinity Catholic Regional School and Wildwood Catholic, both in Wildwood, blew bubbles for autism, with April being Autism Awareness Month. Last March, the Center for Disease Control estimated that one in every 88 children in the United States has autism, a developmental disorder. Thousands of people around the country showed their support on April 26 by blowing bubbles, which symbolize joy, hope and laughter. At left, Wildwood students blow bubbles, donated by the Elks Club of North Wildwood, outside the school. The same day, Sacred Heart students joined the FACES Autism Support Network to blow bubbles at Winslow School in Vineland.
Thursday, 10 May 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Catholic Schools/School Briefs
Author:Carmela Malerba
Honorary Birthday Gala Chairman, Judge Phillip Gruccio along with founders of Sacred Heart High School, Vineland, the Sisters of St. Joseph, will celebrate the school’s 85th birthday on Saturday, June 16. There will be a 6:15 p.m. reception and cash bar, followed by dinner and presentation of the Jean Paul Médaille Awards. (Jean Paul Médaille was the Jesuit priest who founded the Sisters of St. Joseph in France in 1646). Recipients of this award are Victor LaTorre, Auxiliary Bishop James L. Schad (posthumously), Msgr. Joseph G. Stoerlein, and Josephine Jordan Walker. The celebration, being held at The Greenview Inn at Eastlyn Golf Course in Vineland, will conclude with dessert and dancing until 11 p.m. Tickets $75/person and black tie optional. Please RSVP early as seating is limited. For more information call 856-691-4491, ext. 1129. Alumni, friends and staff members of Gloucester Catholic Junior/Senior High School gathered Monday evening, April 30, for an “Evening of Celebrating Our Past, Present, and Future” at Auletto’s Ballroom in Almonesson. Approximately 150 attended the celebration, which featured Dr. Patrick Harker ’77, president of the University of Delaware, as the keynote speaker. Also speaking were Alumni President Tom Iacovone ’70, GCHS National Honor Society President Tim Collins 2012, GC Principal John Colman, and GCHS Alumni Patrick Peyton ’77. Alumni from the 1940s through the 2000s attended the reception. Andrew Ruggieri, Gloucester Catholic ’08, a student at The University of the Arts, will perform a 30-minute concert in the New Voices Cabaret series on Tuesday, May 22, at the Society Hill Playhouse in Philadelphia. Ruggieri’s performance is part of a program where upcoming artists sing before producers and directors from the surrounding area and New York who are scouting new talent. Tickets are $15 each with the performances running from 7:30 to 9 p.m. For additional information, visit www.larrymckenna.com/cabarets
Thursday, 10 May 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
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Author:Carmela Malerba
Photo by James A. McBride Deacon Leo McBlain, director of the Office of the Diaconate, holds the Bart O’Leary Award given by the National Association of Diaconate Directors (NADD). The National Association of Diaconate Directors (NADD) recognized Deacon Leo McBlain, director of the Office of the Diaconate, Diocese of Camden, at the NADD 2012 convention in New York, April 25 -27. Deacon McBlain received the Bart O’Leary Award in recognition of his leadership among deacon formation directors and his outstanding service to the national diaconate. The Bart O’Leary Award is presented in memory of Bart O’Leary, twice president of NADD, who exemplified dedication and leadership during his years as a member of the Association. The convention carries the theme, “Verbum Domini: The Deacon as Servant of the Word.” The convention focus was aimed at helping deacons to be formed by the Word so that they may become vehicles for the Word in ministry. The NADD convention is an annual event designed to provide educational and networking opportunities for deacon formation directors. NADD members represent 166 dioceses from the United States and Canada.
Thursday, 10 May 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
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Author:Carmela Malerba
Lily Pascal samples the Derby punch during the Derby Night at St. Thomas Parish, Brigantine, on Saturday, May 5. The evening began with a pre-Derby party, and included mint juleps and prizes for best hats.
Thursday, 10 May 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
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Author:Carmela Malerba
Photo by James A. McBride Bishop Joseph A. Galante reads the prayer of ordination. Bishop Joseph A. Galante ordained Rev. Mr. Kevin Mohan a transitional deacon on Saturday, May 5, in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Camden. Rev. Mr. Mohan will serve at Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish, Lindenwold, in the summer. He will be ordained a priest in 2013.
Thursday, 10 May 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Clergy Assignments /Clergy Assignments
Author:Carmela Malerba
Bishop Joseph A. Galante announces the following priest changes: Father George Donkor Tang from Chaplain, Virtua Hospital, Voorhees and In Residence, Saint Thomas More, Cherry Hill to return to his home Diocese of Sunyani in Ghana, West Africa, Effective June 30. Father William F. Ryan will be moving to Sacred Heart Residence, Cherry Hill and continues as Retired, effective July 1.
Friday, 18 May 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Sports/Sports News
Author:Carmela Malerba
Gloucester Catholic senior Joe Santone, Jr. recently committed to play baseball at Widener University next season. Joe, a star pitcher and outfielder under coach Dennis Barth, has turned in a .300-plus batting average with 13 RBIs in helping the Rams to an 18-4 record on the season thus far. He is 3-0 on the mound this season for the Rams.
Friday, 18 May 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Photos of the Week /Photos of the Week
Author:Carmela Malerba
St. Mary Regional School, Vineland, students participated in the school’s “Laps for Learning” PTA fundraiser held on Friday, April 27. Gathering monetary pledges from friends and family, students walked and ran laps around the campus, as school parents and faculty cheered them on. Also running with the students was “Bob” the pig, the unofficial school mascot. At press time, $30,383 had been raised. Photo by Alan M. Dumoff, ccdphotolibrary.smugmug.com
Friday, 18 May 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
1909. He’s safe!
Sports/Sports News
Author:Carmela Malerba
In high school boys’ baseball action, St. Augustine Prep (Richland) defeated Sacred Heart (Vineland) in the opening round of the 39th annual Joe Hartmann Diamond Classic, at Deptford High School, on Saturday, May 12. The Hermits defeated the Lions 13-0, behind pitcher Kevin Baxter’s complete game, and an eight-run sixth inning. St. Augustine next plays Washington Township tomorrow, in a quarterfinal matchup. Above, an umpire calls a St. Augustine runner safe, as a Sacred Heart fielder looks for the call. Photo by Alan M. Dumoff,ccdphotolibrary.smugmug.com
Friday, 18 May 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Catholic Schools/Catholic School News
Author:Carmela Malerba
Joey Higbee of Assumption Regional School, Galloway; Rebecca Springle of John Paul II Regional School, Stratford; and Sophia Rubino of Christ the King Regional School, Haddonfield, concentrate during a middle school math competition held at St. Joseph High School, Hammonton, April 25. Participating schools included Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Berlin; John Paul II; Assumption; Christ the King; and Gloucester Catholic Junior High School. The winners for the individual round were Joseph Rigbee, Assumption, first place; Thomas Nappi, Assumption, second place, and Andrew Bank from John Paul II, third place. Team winners were the seventh grade from Assumption, first place (Madison Rieu, Tim Meineke, Thomas Nappi and Kathleen Ngo); the eighth grade from Assumption, second place, (Jerry Breitzman, Joey Higbee, Olivia Torres and Brendan Honick); and the eighth grade from Gloucester Catholic, third place, (Sean Walton, Ryan Harper, Brendan Buckland and Isabella Minniti).   Photos by Alan M. Dumoff
Friday, 18 May 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
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Author:Carmela Malerba
Photos by James A. McBride The Evangelization Team at St. Joachim’s Parish, Bellmawr, hosted a Catholic trivia game, and distributed the parish Mass schedule and information about parish ministries during the parish carnival, May 7-12. Right, young carnival-goers pose for a photo.
Friday, 18 May 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
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Author:Carmela Malerba
The fourth annual Mass of welcome for Haitian farm workers was celebrated June 20 at Columbia Fruit Farms in Hammonton. Pictured, from left, are celebrant Father Yvans Jazon, the entrance procession, and the youth group members serving food during the reception. Photo by Alan M. Dumoff, more photos ccdphotolibrary.smugmug.com
Thursday, 26 June 2014 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
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Author:Carmela Malerba
Msgr. Michael T. Mannion, director of the Office of Community Relations for the Diocese of Camden, celebrates a Mass of remembrance and healing at St. Joseph Church, Sea Isle, on Monday, May 14. Assisting at Mass were Deacon Liam O’Clisham and Deacon Joe Murphy. Those attending the Mass brought a photo of their deceased child and placed it, and a lighted candle, before the altar. Some 180 individuals were remembered during the Mass, which has been celebrated annually for about 10 years. Some died recently; others died as far back as the 1950s. Photo by Alan M. Dumoff, ccdphotolibrary.smugmug.com
Friday, 25 May 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
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Author:Carmela Malerba
Mary McDonald, sister of retired priest Msgr. Timothy A. Ryan, died June 10 at the age of 86. Mrs. McDonald was born on March 24, 1928, in County Kerry, Ireland. She sailed to America when she was 19 years old. She was a member of St. Lawrence O'Toole Church, Brewster. Mrs. McDonald was a member of the Catholic Daughters Court Bernadine and a Eucharistic minister. She is survived by her three daughters, Kathleen Brophy of Carmel, N.Y., Margaret McDonald of Brewster, N.Y., and Maureen Herbstritt of Brewster, N.Y.; her two brothers, Msgr. Ryan, and Jeremiah Ryan, and two sisters, Nora Campbell, and Kathleen Collins, nine grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband Terence, sisters Bridget Higgins and Margaret Allman and her brothers Patrick, John and Daniel Ryan. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated on the morning of Saturday, June 14 at St. Lawrence O'Toole Church, Brewster, NY. Interment was at St. Lawrence O'Toole Cemetery.
Thursday, 26 June 2014 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
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Author:Carmela Malerba
Mark Forrest will be at Assumption Church in Wildwood Crest, Sunday, Aug. 10 at 8 p.m. for an evening of healing, prayer and reflection. He will also be performing in concert at St. Ann Church in Wildwood on Monday, Aug. 11 at 7:30 p.m. Forrest is an Irish tenor who has performed at the White House and Carnegie Hall. He and his wife Muriel are founders of the Faith and Family Foundation which helps special needs children. The evening of prayer will have a good-will offering. Advanced tickets are on sale for the concert at Notre Dame de la Mer Parish Office. Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the door. Call 609-522-2709.
Thursday, 26 June 2014 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
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Author:Carmela Malerba
Father Anthony J. Manuppella, pastor, censes the area around the altar in St. Peter Church, Merchantville, on June 21, the feast of Corpus Christi. Also pictured is Father Thanh Q. Pham, parochial vicar. Following Mass there was an outdoor procession and three site benediction. A Eucharistic procession is a traditional feature of the celebration of the feast of the Body and Blood of Christ. Photo by Alan M. Dumoff, more photos ccdphotolibrary.smugmug.com
Thursday, 26 June 2014 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Clergy Assignments /Clergy Assignments
Author:Carmela Malerba
Bishop Galante announces priest personnel changes as follows: Father Vincent G. Guest from Newly Ordained to Parochial Vicar, Holy Cross, Bridgeton, effective May 29. Father William Kelly, O.Praem. from Parochial Vicar, Holy Cross, Bridgeton to Parochial Vicar, Saint Damien, Ocean City, effective May 29. Father Francis D. Kim from Newly Ordained to Parochial Vicar, Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton, Absecon, effective May 29.
Thursday, 24 May 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
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Author:Carmela Malerba
Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center has received the 2012 HealthGrades Patient Safety Excellence Award, announced Lourdes Health System President and CEO, Alexander J. Hatala. This award places the medical center among 263 hospitals to receive the designation, which collectively represents the top 5 percent of U.S. hospitals for patient safety. Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center is one of only five hospitals in New Jersey and the only hospital in Southern New Jersey to receive the award by HealthGrades, an independent healthcare ratings company in the U.S. “This award is a tremendous reflection of Lourdes’ commitment by our staff and physicians to create a safe environment for our patients,” said Hatala. “I am proud to see Lourdes recognized for the great work and efforts we put forth each day to ensure our patients and the services we provide them are met with the safest, highest quality of care possible.” To identify the 2012 Patient Safety Excellence Award recipients, HealthGrades analyzed approximately 40 million hospitalization records from 5,000 hospitals nationwide that participate in the Medicare program. More information available at HealthGrades.com
Thursday, 24 May 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
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Author:Carmela Malerba
The Catholic Star Herald will soon begin its reduced summer printing schedule. The paper will not be printed June 1, June 15, July 6, July 27, Aug. 10 or Aug. 24.
Friday, 25 May 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Catholic Schools/Catholic School News
Author:Carmela Malerba
Wildwood Catholic High School supporters wearing 1920s style clothes pose for a photo at the school’s second annual casino night, with the theme Boardwalk Empire, in Congress Hall, Cape May, on Friday, May 11. Pictured are, from left, Valarie Sorenson, Sue Sykes, Patti and Dan Schifferdecker, Rita McGlade, and Maria and Michael Trounutolo. Photo by Alan M. Dumoff, ccdphotolibrary.smugmug
Friday, 25 May 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
1921. Farm Fresh
Catholic Schools/Catholic School News
Author:Carmela Malerba
St. Teresa Regional School, Runnemede, first graders had an exciting visit from Farmer Zach of Quiver Farms, Pennsburg, Pa., who was accompanied by a rooster, hen and 12 eggs. Students have been learning about the lifecycle of a chicken and they will get to monitor the eggs until they hatch. The class will keep the chicks for a few days before returning them to their home at Quiver Farm.
Friday, 25 May 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Catholic Schools/Catholic School News
Author:Carmela Malerba
Students from St. Cecilia School, Pennsauken, and Sacred Heart School, Camden, perform at the Celebration of Arts, Leadership and Excellence in the Gordon Theater, Rutgers-Camden. Students from St. Cecilia, Sacred Heart and other Camden Partnership Schools (St. Joseph Pro-Cathedral, Holy Name and St. Anthony of Padua), worked for months with arts partners Symphony in C, Perkins Center for the Arts, Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts, Abrakadoodle, and the Greater South Jersey Chorus before the May 15 Dreams of Our Children event, which included musical and dramatic performances, as well as the presentation of high school scholarships and awards for courage and compassion, excellence and leadership. Photo by Alan M. Dumoff, ccdphotolibrary.smugmug
Friday, 25 May 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Clergy Assignments /Clergy Assignments
Author:Carmela Malerba
Bishop Galante announces deacon personnel changes as follows: Deacon Charles Tobin, from Leave of Absence to the Parish of St. John Neumann, North Cape May for a term of three years. Deacon Tobin’s diocesan assignment will be Prison Ministries, effective June 11. Deacon William DeLiberis, appointed Spiritual Director for the South Jersey English Cursillo Movement for the Diocese of Camden. Deacon DeLiberis continues his parish assignment at Christ the Good Shepherd, Vineland, and his diocesan assignment as Healthcare Ministries, effective June 11. Deacon Steven T. Theis, formerly assigned to the Catholic Community of the Holy Spirit, Mullica Hill, to outside the Diocese, effective June 17.
Thursday, 07 June 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Photos of the Week /Photos of the Week
Author:Carmela Malerba
A young girl shows off her patriotic colors at a Veterans Memorial Service in Pleasantville on Sunday, May 27. The Knights of Columbus of the Pleasantville Ave Maria Council 4211 hosted the service at the Maronite Catholic Church (formerly St. Peter Parish). Members of VFW Post 9462 of Absecon and the American Legion Post 81 of Pleasantville provided the color guard. Photo by Alan M. Dumoff, ccdphotolibrary.smugmug.com
Thursday, 07 June 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
1925. Home Plates
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Author:Carmela Malerba
Hungry diners fill their plates at a Phillies-themed pot luck dinner at the St. Ann Church Hall in Westville, St. Joachim Parish, on Friday, June 1.
Thursday, 07 June 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
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Author:Carmela Malerba
The Catholic Star Herald will not be printed June 15, July 6, July 27, Aug. 10 or Aug. 24.
Thursday, 07 June 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Catholic Schools/Catholic School News
Author:Carmela Malerba
Photo by Alan M. Dumoff, ccdphotolibrary.smugmug.com Seniors at Bishop Eustace Preparatory School, Pennsauken, enjoy an end of the year picnic on May 30.
Thursday, 07 June 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
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Author:Carmela Malerba
Photos by James A. McBride Bishop Joseph A. Galante celebrates a Mass of thanksgiving for his 50 years as a priest at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Camden, on June 22 with Bishop Joseph A. Pepe of Las Vegas and Bishop Francis X. DiLorenzo of Richmond, Va. The bishop's brothers - Francis, William and Paul - served as readers. Marie, Mary Anne and Anita Galante - the bishop's sisters-in-law - carried the offertory gifts. Bishop Joseph A. Galante celebrated his 50th anniversary as a priest quietly with those closest to him. The bishop celebrated a Mass of thanksgiving at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Camden, on June 22. He was joined on the altar by a number of priests of the Diocese of Camden, as well as Bishop Joseph A. Pepe of Las Vegas and Bishop Francis X. DiLorenzo of Richmond, Va. Deacon Richard Maxwell, who assisted Bishop Galante frequently when he served as ordinary, was the master of ceremonies, and the bishop's three brothers - Frank R., William L. and Paul C. - were readers. Their wives - Marie, Mary Anne and Anita - brought up the offertory gifts. When Bishop Galante retired in February 2013, he said his nearly nine years as the seventh bishop of Camden were among the happiest of his life. Originally from Philadelphia, Bishop Galante was ordained a priest on May 16, 1964 by Cardinal John J. Krol. Before coming to Camden, he served as auxiliary bishop of San Antonio, bishop of Beaumont, Texas, and coadjutor of Dallas. He also was chair of the U.S. bishops' Committee on Communication and undersecretary, Congregation for Religious, Rome.
Thursday, 26 June 2014 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
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Author:Carmela Malerba
Sunday, June 29 Confirmation (Spanish), Our Lady Star of the Sea Parish, Atlantic City, 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 1 Catholic Charities Board Meeting, 5th floor conference room, Chancery, 10 a.m. Meeting with Building One New Jersey, Chancery, 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 2 Catholic Star Herald Board of Trustee Meeting, Chancery, 10 a.m. Friday, July 4 Office closed in celebration of Fourth of July Wednesday, July 9 iRace for Vocations "faithraisers" luncheon, St. Pius X Spiritual Life Center, Blackwood, 12 noon Blue Ribbon Meeting, St. Pius X Spiritual Life Center, Blackwood, 5:30 p.m. Saturday, July 12 Knights of Columbus Installation of State Officers, St. Peter Church, Merchantville, 10 a.m.
Thursday, 26 June 2014 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
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Author:Carmela Malerba
The Catholic Star Herald will not be printed July 4, July 18, Aug. 1 or Aug. 15.
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Clergy Assignments /Clergy Assignments
Author:Carmela Malerba
Bishop Sullivan announces priest personnel changes as follows: Father Jeevanandam Amalanathan from Outside the Diocese to Parochial Vicar, Saint Rose of Lima, Haddon Heights, effective July 1. Father Stephen M. Curry, OSA from In Residence, Saint Augustine Preparatory School, Richland to Outside the Diocese, effective July 15. Father Felipe L. Doldan from Part Time Parochial Vicar, Infant Jesus, Woodbury Heights to Outside the Diocese, effective June 25. Father Francis J. Horn, OSA from In Residence, Saint Augustine Preparatory School, Richland, to Outside the Diocese, effective June 13. Father Thomas R. Kiely from Part Time Chaplain, Holy Spirit High School, Absecon, Part Time Chaplain, Stockton College, Pomona and In Residence, Saint Vincent dePaul, Mays Landing, to Parochial Vicar, Christ Our Light, Cherry Hill, effective July 1. Father James H. King from Parochial Vicar, Infant Jesus, Woodbury Heights to Director of Catholic Identity Part Time, Holy Spirit High School, Absecon and Chaplain Part Time, Stockton College, Pomona and In Residence, Saint Vincent dePaul, Mays Landing, effective July 1. Father Armando Rodriguez Montoya from Part Time Parochial Vicar for Hispanic Ministry, All Saints Parish, Millville and Saint Maximilian Kolbe, Marmora and In Residence, All Saints Parish, Millville, to Part Time Parochial Vicar for Hispanic Ministry, Saint Gianna Beretta Molla, Northfield and Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Galloway and In Residence, Saint Gianna Beretta Molla, Northfield, effective July 1.
Thursday, 26 June 2014 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
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Author:Carmela Malerba
Recently, many "selfies" have been taken with Bishop Dennis Sullivan, especially at confirmation celebrations throughout the Diocese of Camden. You may submit selfies for possible print in the Catholic Star Herald or posting on the Diocese of Camden website. Please email photos in JPEG format to mdantonio@camdendiocese.org in the diocesan Office of Communications.
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Youth & Young Adult/Opportunities for Youth and Young Adults
Author:Carmela Malerba
Theology on Tap, for young adults ages 18-19, 20s, and 30s, Tuesday, Aug. 7, Flip Flopz Bar and Grill, Wildwood, 7-9 p.m., with Ron and Kathy Feher talk on “Hot and Holy: Top Ten Tips for Love Relationships.”  Free admission.  More info, call 856-583-6122, or Gregory.coogan@camdendiocese.org St. Rose Young Adult Ministry, Haddon Heights (ages 20-39), meets every other Friday, in the chapel/spiritual center. Activities 7:30 to 9 p.m. followed by socializing. For more information call J.D., 856-316-2598. Our Lady of Peace Parish, Williamstown, youth groups: junior, sixth to eighth grades; senior, ninth to 12th grades; young adults ages 18 to 25. Contact Kari A. Janisse, work 856-629-6142, ext. 20, cell 973-534-8960, email youthministerkari@gmail.com, website www.YouthGroupInfo.com St. Peter Christian Singles Club, Merchantville; affiliate parishes: St. Stephen, Pennsauken; Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Maple Shade. Event information, email: stpetersover21@yahoo.com or call club director, John Edelmayer, 856-663-3759. Hearts of Fire, 7th and 8th grade youth program at Church of the Holy Family, Sewell (for those confirmed, or preparing for Confirmation). Contact Julie LaRosa, 856-228-2215 or jlarosa@churchoftheholyfamily.org Divine Mercy Parish, Vineland, Young Youth Group for children in grades 3 to 6, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. second Friday of month, church hall. Call Michael and Shirley Velazquez, 856-696-2241. Youth Ministry Program, Church of the Holy Family: Contact Julie LaRosa, 856-228-2215 or jlarosa@churchoftheholyfamily.org (www.churchoftheholyfamily.org/jryouthreg for 5th and 6th grade program; www.churchoftheholyfamily.org/sryouthreg for high school program).
Friday, 15 June 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Español/Spanish/Español/Spanish
Author:Carmela Malerba
Pulguera (Flea Market), Domingo, 15 y lunes 16 de julio, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.,  Hall del la Catedral beneficio Programas de Formación en la fe. Flea Market, Sunday, July 15 and Monday, July 16, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Cathedral hall, to benefit Faith Formation programs.
Tuesday, 19 June 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Photos of the Week /Photos of the Week
Author:Carmela Malerba
Photo by Susan Cedrone Jorge Cartagena, 10, stands in Sacred Heart Church in Camden at the completion of his baptism on Sunday, June 17. Blinded one year ago by the crossfire of drug dealers’ bullets, Jorge raises his cross and his baptism candle and to the proclamation “Christ is Risen,” and responds clearly and strongly: “Indeed he is Risen.” Pictured with him are Msgr. Michael Doyle, pastor, and the friends he chose as his godparents, Helene Pierson, executive director of The Heart of Camden, and Camden Chief of Police Scott Thomson.
Thursday, 21 June 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Clergy Assignments /Clergy Assignments
Author:Carmela Malerba
Bishop Galante announces priest personnel changes as follows: Msgr. Dominic J. Bottino from Part Time Parochial Vicar, Divine Mercy, Vineland and Part Time Adjutant Judicial Vicar, Judge and Vice Chancellor for marriage issues in the Tribunal to Full Time Parochial Vicar, Divine Mercy, Vineland, and continues as Judge and Vice Chancellor for marriage issues in the Tribunal, effective July 9. Father Peter M. Idler from Leave of Absence to Chaplain, Virtua Hospital, Voorhees and In Residence, St. Rose of Lima, Haddon Heights, effective July 1. Father Robert L. Sinatra from Advanced Studies, Gregorian University, Rome to Part Time Adjutant Judicial Vicar and Judge in the Tribunal, Part Time Campus Ministry, Rowan University, Glassboro and In Residence, St. Bridget, Glassboro effective July 9.
Thursday, 21 June 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Sports/Sports News
Author:Carmela Malerba
Winning pitcher John Murphy speaks with reporters following Gloucester Catholic’s winning the state championship June 9, with a 4-1 win over Don Bosco Prep at Toms River North. TOMS RIVER — Brett Tenuto slammed a solo home run and Elliott McCummings cracked a key RBI double to back the solid pitching of freshman John Murphy, lifting Gloucester Catholic to the NJSIAA Non-Public A state championship, June 9, with a 4-1 win over Don Bosco Prep at Toms River North. Murphy completed a brilliant frosh season by scattering three hits and striking out 8 against the No. 1 ranked team in the state. He finished his season with a 7-2 overall record. The state title was the third in a row and 16th overall for the Rams, who finished with a 27-4 record. Earlier in the week, they defeated St. Augustine Prep, 12-4, to capture the Non-Public A sectional championship at Rowan University.
Thursday, 21 June 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
Catholic Schools/Catholic School News
Author:Carmela Malerba
Bishop Joseph A. Galante appoints Heather Crisci as principal of Camden Catholic High School in Cherry Hill, effective July 1. Crisci has served as Vice Principal for Academic Affairs at Camden Catholic for the past seven years. She developed and maintained school curricula, managed and served as a professional development resource for a faculty of 58, headed the Academic Council, and developed all school scheduling. Prior to serving as Vice Principal for Academic Affairs, Crisci sat as the English Department chairperson, supervising eight teachers. She taught American Literature as well as Literature and Composition, a course she still teaches today. Before her 12 years of service to Camden Catholic, Crisci graduated from Boston College with a BA in English. She received her Masters with a concentration in Education: Leadership, Management, and Policy at Seton Hall University in 2006.
Monday, 25 June 2012 | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Report
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Father William J. Bleiler, state chaplain for the Veterans of Foreign Wars, prays during a memorial service held at Wildwood Convention Center on Wednesday, June 13. Photo by Alan M. Dumoff, ccdphotolibrary.smugmug.com
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Raeni Blackendy reads during the Mass of Welcome for the Haitian Farmworkers celebrated on Columbia Fruit Farm in Hammonton on Friday evening, June 15. Seated at right is Msgr. Roger E. McGrath, chief celebrant;  middle photo, a worshipper and right photo, the choir. Photos by Alan M. Dumoff, ccdphotolibrary.smugmug.com Benitoh Delice, Sonja Maubrun and Berteau Nazaire were traveling on a Florida interstate with a dozen other Haitian migrant farm workers on Sunday morning, June 3, when a tire blew out, causing their van to flip over several times. The three, who died at the scene, and the others were on their way to New Jersey for work during the blueberry harvest. This year’s Mass of Welcome for the Haitian Farmworkers was offered for them. It was celebrated on Columbia Fruit Farm in Hammonton on Friday evening, June 15. Msgr. Roger E. McGrath, vicar general for the Diocese of Camden, celebrated the Mass in French. The homilist, Father Edward Jeudy, a Haitian priest who serves in the Dominican Republic, spoke in Haitian Creole. The Mass was hosted by the diocese’s Black Catholic Ministry Commission and St. Monica Parish, Atlantic City. A choir of immigrant farm workers led the congregation in song. More than 700 Haitian immigrants come to Hammonton during the summer months every year for the blueberry harvest.
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Author:Carmela Malerba
The Catholic Star Herald will not be printed July 6, July 27, Aug. 10 or Aug. 24.
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Author:Carmela Malerba
Kathy Kopresski holds a prayer card with the image of Padre Pio as she leads prayers at the Padre Pio Shrine on Harding Highway. Landisville, on Wednesday, June 20. The Capuchin friar was canonized 10 years ago, on June 16, 2002, by Pope John Paul II. In his homily during the canonization Mass, the pope said the holiness of Padre Pio — who was well-known for bearing the stigmata, or bleeding wounds of Christ — could not be understood without the friar’s attachment to asceticism and the crucified Christ’s suffering. “The life and mission of Padre Pio give testimony that difficulty and suffering, if accepted with love, transform themselves into a privileged path of sanctity, opening toward a larger good that is known only to the Lord,” he said. Photo by Alan M. Dumoff, ccdphotolibrary.smugmug.com
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Bishop Joseph Galante stands with Bishop Sanctus Lino Wanok of Nebbi, Uganda on Tuesday, June 26 at the bishop’s residence in Blackwood. The two bishops are standing with Father Terry M. Odien, vicar for clergy, Diocese of Camden, and Ugandan priests who serve in the diocese. Pictured, from left, are Father Alfred Onyutha, Holy Angels, Woodbury; Bishop Wanok; Father Grace Manano, St. Clare of Assisi, Gibbstown; Bishop Galante; Father Odien; and Father Alfred Mungujakisa, St. Thomas, Brigantine. Photo by James A. McBride
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Author:Carmela Malerba
At left,  James A. McBride’s award-winning photograph of 93-year-old Rose Venuit McGowan playing her violin for her fellow residents at St. Mary’s Catholic Home, Cherry Hill. Star Herald staff photographer James A. McBride took a first place Catholic Press Award for a photo that was printed on the front page of the Aug. 5, 2011 issue. The image, which won in the national 2011 Best Feature Photo category, was of 93-year-old Rose Venuit McGowan playing her violin for her fellow residents at St. Mary’s Catholic Home, Cherry Hill. It accompanied a story by staff writer Peter G. Sánchez about the residents’ monthly tea. McBride has worked at the Star Herald since 1970.
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Clergy Assignments /Clergy Assignments
Author:Carmela Malerba
Please note the previous status of Father Peter Idler was Outside the Diocese rather than Leave of Absence as announced in the June 18 memorandum of priest changes. It should have read the following: Father Peter M. Idler from Outside the Diocese to Chaplain, Virtua Hospital, Voorhees and In Residence, Saint Rose of Lima, Haddon Heights, effective July 1.
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Catholic Schools/Catholic School News
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Photo by James A. McBride Joechin Obasi and Alexis Branch, center, are this year’s winners of the scholarships awarded by the Black Catholic Ministry Commission of the Camden Diocese. Joechin will attend Paul VI High School, Haddon Township, in the fall. Alexis will attend Camden Catholic, Cherry Hill. Also pictured, from left, are Ricardo V. Taylor, scholarship chairperson; Fran Montgomery, principal of St. Joseph Pro-Cathedral; Alexis’ father, sister and mother, Gregory Branch, Dominique Branch and Leesa Branch; and Corlis L. Sellers, associate director of Lifelong Faith Formation for Black Catholics and liaison to the bishop for Black Catholics.
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The Catholic Star Herald will not be printed July 6, July 27, Aug. 10 or Aug. 24.
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Louis Faverotto gets ready to take the plunge during a pool party at Whipporwill Campground, Marmora, on June 25. The annual event is sponsored by the youth groups of Atlantic and Cape May counties. Photo by Alan M. Dumoff, ccdphotolibrary.smugmug.com
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The Catholic Star Herald will not be printed July 27, Aug. 10 or Aug. 24.
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On June 24, Camden Catholic High School, Cherry Hill, held a "wall-breaking" ceremony, signifying the beginning of construction on the school's new dining hall. The $600,000 project is the first to be funded by The Campaign for the Future, a $6 million fundraising effort for the oldest Catholic high school in South Jersey. Leading the ceremony were, from left, Heather Crisci, school principal; Mary Boyle, superintendent of Catholic schools for the Camden Diocese; James and Mark Williams, of J.W. Williams Contractors; and Mary Whipkey, school president. Photo by Alan M. Dumoff, more photos ccdphotolibrary.smugmug.com
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