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Joseph Cardinal Tobin Becomes Archbishop of Newark

1-6-17
Joseph Cardinal Tobin accepted the pope’s mandate to become Newark’s sixth archbishop at Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart.
161223wanko

Muslim, Jewish Volunteers Serve Christmas Meal at Trenton Area Soup Kitchen

12-23-16
The Trenton Area Soup Kitchen’s annual Christmas dinner is sponsored this year by Muslims Against Hunger, an organization dedicated to feeding those in need. Volunteers bring the food, cook and serve.
161107Cruz

New Archbishop Seen to Herald Change at Newark Archdiocese

11-7-16
Cardinal designate Joseph Tobin is taking over for outgoing Newark Archbishop John Myers. He comes from Indianapolis, where he served as archbishop.
161031Wanko

A History of Halloween

10-31-16
Halloween traditions started long before consumers could buy any frightening costumes or bags of candy.
160920Cruz

Muslims Caution Against Painting Them All with a Broad Brush

9-20-16
A coalition of Muslim-Americans gathered in Elizabeth to say that they and the vast majority of America's Muslims condemn the latest violence committed.
160905Vannozzi

Union Members Draw Attention to Minimum Wage on Labor Day

9-5-16
Members of labor union 32BJ SEIU believe workers deserve a higher minimum wage and disagree with Gov. Christie's veto of a bill to raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour.
160822Hill

Same-Sex Couple Sues Paramus Catholic Over Firing

8-22-16
Paramus Catholic High School fired Kate Drumgoole after learning she was in a same-sex marriage. They claim they had a First Amendment religious right to fire her.
160812Delmore

Lakewood Condo Posts Rules Designating Gender-Segregated Swim

8-12-16
Some condo owners in Lakewood are getting fired up over what they say are discriminatory rules regarding gender-segregated pool rules.
160803Vannozzi

Commission Will Study Historical Role of Female Deacons

8-3-16
Pope Francis promised a group of nuns he’d look into the role of women within the Catholic Church, specifically their capacity to serve as deacons. A new commission of seven men and six women has been charged with studying the historical role of female deacons.