Dear Parishioners,

Happy Solemnity of the Annunciation of Our Lord! This feast commemorates the Angel Gabriel’s visit to the Virgin Mary in the privacy of her home in Nazareth. At the command of God the Father, Gabriel announced to Mary that she had been chosen to be th...

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Dear Parishioners,

The March 23, 2020 update from the Bishop’s Office has changed some restrictions. See revisions below as they apply to us. Please be advised that these policies are subject to change at any time depending upon updated State and Ecclesiastical d...

The prophet Elisha told Naaman to wash seven times in the Jordan to be healed. This angered Naaman; it was not how he expected to be healed. He wanted something different. How could something so simple work? Fortunately, a servant convinced him; he bathed seven times i...

I am very disappointed to inform you that Fr. Francis Kim is being transferred. He has been reassigned to Holy Family Church in Sewell effective July 1. He will continue to serve the Korean community at St. Mary’s in Cherry Hill as well.

We have been blessed to have the...

The Catholic leaders of South Jersey descended upon Atlantic City like a minor hurricane. There, in the “citadel of casinos," we prayed, sang, reflected, listened, dialogued and grew in our appreciation for the need to be missionary disciples compelled to bring Jesus t...

Next Sunday is the Third Sunday of Advent, known as Gaudete Sunday, a day to rejoice in the Lord, as the Latin word gaudete (rejoice) indicates. During his pontificate, St. John Paul II chose this day to start a new Advent tradition which he called “Bambinelli Sunday."...

We spring into a new Advent once again; that four-week period of prayer and preparation preceding the remembrance of the coming of our longed-for Messiah, Jesus Christ. Our liturgical celebrations during Advent make present once again in word, sign and sacrament the ev...

On October 3, 1789, President George Washington, at the urging of Congress, declared a day of thanksgiving to show America’s appreciation to God for the new nation and its government. The President called it a National Day of Thanksgiving.

In the text of Washington’s pr...

Catholic Strong is a campaign initiated by the Diocese of Camden to help ensure the financial stability for each of our parishes and address crucial needs at the diocesan level that are not able to be met through our ordinary income. The overall goal is $50 million. Of...

The Providence of God has sent another priest to St. Peter’s, and we feel blessed to receive him. The parishioners of St. Peter’s love priests. I cannot image that there is one priest who has passed through our church doors without experiencing this love.

Now, Fr. John...

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