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150911Delmore

Teaching Kids in Trenton Go-Kart Racing

9-11-15
Living Hope Racing School introduces kids to go-kart racing in Trenton.
150722Hill

Camden County Officials Prepare for Pope’s Visit to Philadelphia

7-22-15
Although Pope Francis doesn't plan to enter New Jersey when he visits Philadelphia in September, his presence will be felt in South Jersey with changes to transportation and many visitors.
150716Hill

First Amendment Defense Act Would Protect Those Morally Opposed to Same-Sex Marriage

7-16-15
The First Amendment Defense Act would prohibit the government from taking action against those who cite religious beliefs that marriage is just between a man and a woman.
150709Delmore

Ramadan Fasting More Challenging in Summer Months

7-9-15
This year Ramadan falls in the summer, which is more challenging for Muslims who fast from daybreak to sundown.
150629Orton

Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Teach Traditions through Annual Pow-Wow

6-29-15
The Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribe held its annual pow-wow, a spiritual celebration.
150619Flanagan

NJ Churches Ask for Heightened Security After Charleston Shooting

6-19-15
In the wake of the shooting death of nine at a Charleston church, New Jersey church leaders have asked for more security at their houses of worship to deter copycats.
150618Flanagan

Pope: Climate Change is a Global Problem with Grave Implications

6-18-15
Pope Francis says people need to fight for a cleaner planet and against business interests and consumerism to help reverse climate change.
150511Vannozzi

Fighting to Keep Saint Michael’s Medical Center Open

5-11-15
Religious leaders have joined the fight to keep Saint Michael's Medical Center in Newark from becoming an outpatient ambulatory facility instead of a full acute-care hospital.
150506Vannozzi

Ordained Catholic Women Operate Separately from the Vatican

5-6-15
There are 208 Roman Catholic Womenpriests worldwide that practice religion apart from the Vatican because they aren't accepted.
150427Hill

Rules of Religious Divorce in Orthodox Jewish Community Led to Kidnapping

4-27-15
Three rabbis have been convicted on charges they kidnapped men and forced them to grant their wives a religious divorce, called a get.