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"9 Days for Life”

ARCHBISHOP NELSON J. PÉREZ ENCOURAGES FAITHFUL TO PARTICIPATE IN THE “9 DAYS FOR LIFE” INITIATIVE CALLING FOR AN END TO ABORTION “9 Days for Life” is a national initiative sponsored by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops; it will take place January 19-27, 2022 Archbishop Nelson J. Pérez encourages faithful throughout the Archdiocese of Philadelphia to join in solidarity with Catholics from throughout the country by prayerful participation in “9 Days for Life,” a pro-life novena sponsored by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). On January 22, 2022, our nation marks the 49th anniversary of Roe v.... Read more →

NJ Takes Abortion One Step Further; Pre-born Child Doesn't Have Any Rights in the Garden State

source LiveActions...(CNBNews see video below) +++++ N.J. bill codifying abortion access signed into law By EmmaLee Italia - TRENTON, NJ-(January 13, 2022)--The Freedom of Reproductive Choice Act – the legislative push to enshrine and expand abortion rights in New Jersey – was signed into law Jan. 13 by Gov. Phil Murphy. The law, which passed in the State Legislature Jan. 10 by wide margins, codifies the New Jersey Supreme Court’s 1982 decision to affirm the right to abortion. “This law departs from the fundamental Catholic teaching that all life is sacred from conception to natural death,” the state’s Catholic Bishops... Read more →

GUEST OPINION: It is Now Chic to Hate Whitey

January 7, 2022 Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the latest cultural fashion: It has been chic for some time to say things about white people that if said about blacks would be branded racist. Now it is in vogue like never before. The irony is that the racist comments are being said by those who consider themselves to be anti-racist. They are not—they are every bit as racist as George Wallace was. To top things off, many round out their bigotry by making anti-Christian and sexist remarks. In short, they have a special... Read more →

Guest Opinion: de Blasio And Those Who Elected Him Ruined New York City

Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on outgoing New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio: New York Mayor Bill de Blasio’s last day in office is New Years Eve. What he has done to the world’s greatest city is incalculable: he has been an unmitigated disaster. He is often compared to Mayor David Dinkins, but the comparison is unfair. While Dinkins did great damage, which was undone by Rudy Giuliani, he was merely incompetent. De Blasio’s war on New York City was deliberate, a clear example of what happens when a Marxist takes over. New... Read more →

Three Hours of Christmas Music (Video)

HO! HO! HO! MERRY CHRISTMAS from CNBNews Christmas music in a 3 hours long playlist Traditional Christmas songs & carols featuring piano, violin & orchestra - arranged and recorded by Peder B. Helland. Christmas songs in the mix: "O Holy Night", "Silent Night", "O Come All Ye Faithful", "Angels We Have Heard On High", "In The Bleak Midwinter" & "Fairest Lord Jesus". Video Courtesy of Peder B. Helland Read more →

CNB Archives: Video Urges Public To Say Merry Christmas

Originally published on December 15, 2015 Bill Donohue would like to share something special: "The video, 'Say Merry Christmas,' is produced by the Say Merry Christmas network; it is a joy to watch. Anyone who supports the Catholic League will realize why it is so dear to us. The presentation is flawless. I would like to thank Catholic League members Rita and Denis Larrivee for bringing this to my attention. Please pass it around." http://www.catholicleague.org Say Merry Christmas - Vocal Carrie Rinderer and the American Christian Life United choir... Read more →

Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul Christmas Eve, Christmas Day Mass Times

Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul at Christmas PHILADELPHIA PA--Most Reverend Nelson J. Pérez will be the principal celebrant and homilist at the 5:00 p.m. Christmas Eve Vigil Mass on Friday, December 24, 2021 and the Christmas Day Solemn Mass at 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 25, 2021. Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul 18th Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway Philadelphia, PA 19103 The Holy Day of Christmas is a most special occasion for Catholics in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia as we celebrate the Birth of our Savior and Redeemer, Jesus Christ. The current liturgical guidelines issued by... Read more →

Letter to Lorne Michaels: Saturday Night Live Skit on Holy Family is Obscene

Lorne Michaels and Bill Donahue League president Bill Donohue issued the following open letter today to Lorne Michaels, executive producer of Saturday Night Live. December 13, 2021 Dear Mr. Michaels: On March 24, 1997, I wrote to you at the same address about an anti-Catholic skit on SNL; it was the third attack in the previous three months. The March 15th edition was particularly vile—it included a mockery of the Eucharist. Now, 25 years later, I am writing to you again, this time about a vulgar assault on the Holy Family that aired on December 11. Last Saturday's show, which... Read more →

Guest Opinion: Navity Scene Erected in Central Park

Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the Catholic League’s nativity scene on public property: Today, the Catholic League erected a life-size nativity scene in Central Park, on a piece of public property in front of the Plaza Hotel, between 58th and 59th Street on 5th Avenue. We received a permit from the New York City Parks Department, as we have for decades. There are no Santa Clauses, reindeers, Jack Frosts, or any other secular symbols surrounding our religious display. We don’t need to have them. Why? Because Central Park is a public forum, a... Read more →

Sr. Brigid Mary Tynan, Daughter of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, Bellmawr

Sr. Brigid Mary Tynan, Daughter of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, died peacefully at St. Francis de Sales Convent, Bellmawr on December 2, 2021, surrounded by her loving community. Born in County Tipperary, Ireland, Sr. Brigid Mary was the second child of the late James and Mary Tynan and was predeceased by her brother William and her sisters Margaret and Mary. Survived by her sister Nancy Murphy (Donal), as well as several nephews and nieces, great-nephews and nieces, many cousins, and the Sisters of her beloved community. Sr. Brigid taught school in England for ten years and in the... Read more →

GUEST OPINION: Marilyn Manson's Satanism Comes Home To Roost

December 1, 2021 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on allegations against Marilyn Manson: Following allegations of physically and sexually assaulting several women, rock star Marilyn Manson had his home busted into on November 29 by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. The alleged crimes took place between 2009 and 2011 in West Hollywood. Gloucestercitynews. net files No reports have surfaced as to whether Manson's home today resembles the one he apparently had when he was allegedly brutalizing these women. At that time some who knew him called his home a "meat locker" or a "black refrigerator," a reference to... Read more →

Holiday Cleanup of South Jersey Catholic Cemeteries

By Michael Walsh - The next holiday cleanup for South Jersey Catholic Cemeteries is scheduled to begin the week of December 6 for the removal of Veterans Day and Thanksgiving decorations. However, grave blankets and wreaths laid at Thanksgiving will remain until January. Prior to the cleanup date, we ask families to please remember to remove any items or mementos that they wish to keep. South Jersey Catholic Cemeteries, a ministry of the Diocese of Camden, handles 15 cemetery locations throughout southern New Jersey including: Calvary Cemetery & Mausoleum, Cherry Hill New St. Mary Cemetery & Mausoleum, Bellmawr Gate of... Read more →

Thanksgiving, Why You Should Be Thankful

I AM THANKFUL for the wife who says it's hot dogs tonight because she is home with me, and not out with someone else. ...for the husband who is on the sofa being a couch potato, because he is home with me and not out at the bars. ...for the teenager who is complaining about doing dishes, because it means she is at home, not on the streets. ...for the taxes I pay, because it means I am employed. ...for the mess to clean after a party, because it means I have been surrounded by friends. ...for the clothes that... Read more →

THE CATHOLIC STAR HERALD: Friendships solidified during Camden Catholic field hockey season

By Mark Zimmaro - November 18, 2021 As the final seconds ticked down on the 2021 field hockey season, Cecilia Mendez hustled even harder. The ball went out of bounds, and the score was out of reach, but Mendez and the rest of Camden Catholic’s seniors wanted to get the play started back up. Just one more pass. One more shot. One more memory. It didn’t matter that the Irish were about to lose the Non-Public State Championship by a 4-1 score to perennial power Oak Knoll Nov. 13 at Bordentown High School. The players, especially the seniors, just wanted... Read more →

Sister Angela Pia Camillotti, F.M.I.J., Returning to Italy

Sister Angela Pia Camillotti, F.M.I.J., has served in the Diocese of Camden for decades, teaching in schools and leading retreats at Mother Mary Joseph Center of Hospitality, Cherry Hill. (Courtesy photo) By Sister Jerilyn Einstein, F.M.I.J. On April 11, 1968, Sister Angela Pia Camillotti, F.M.I.J., along with Sister Angela D’Alessandro, F.M.I.J., arrived in the United States to begin their mission, specifically in New Jersey, helping to educate the children of the Diocese of Camden, initially the children of Saint Margaret Regional School, Woodbury Heights. After 53 years in the United States, Sister Angela Pia is being reassigned, returning Nov. 29... Read more →

The Catholic Star Herald Talking Catholic: Discover Catholic Schools Week 2021

By Staff Reports - November 15, 202 We may be a little biased, but we think Catholic schools are consistently the best option for most families. They provide excellent academics, dedicated faculty, and a deeper connection to our faith. With those thoughts in mind, we brought in some guests that live these values every day. Joining hosts Marianela Nunez and Mike Walsh today are educators Dr. Janice DeCicco Fipp, principal at St. Joseph Regional School in Somers Point, NJ; Tom Iacovone, Jr., principal at Gloucester Catholic Junior and Senior High School in Gloucester City, NJ; Patricia Naples, middles school science... Read more →

Treatment at St. Jude's Hospital is Not Totally Free

St. Jude Hoards Billions While Many of Its Families Drain Their Savings Gloucestercitynews.net files by David Armstrong and Ryan Gabrielson ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. Series: St. Jude’s Unspent Billions Behind the Hospital’s Claims to Donors A series of sharp knocks on his driver’s side window startled Jason Burt awake. It was the middle of the night on a Saturday in 2016. Burt was sleeping in his pickup truck in the parking lot of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in downtown Memphis,... Read more →


photo credit CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ --(November 15, 2021)--We had to stop at the red light at Broadway and Monmouth Street the other day and notice a gigantic bell in front of the municipal building. So where did it come from? A few feet away from the bell there is a plaque that states "The Old First Presbyterian Church Bell once graced the steeple of the First Presbyterian Church at Burlington and Monmouth Streets (across the street from the Gloucester Catholic HS Boys building). The plaque the City erected in front of the bell is barely legible. If you can... Read more →

Michael D.J. Cipolla, of Haddon Twp. age 75; Gloucester City High School and Bishop Eustace Teacher

On November 11, 2021, of Haddon Twp., NJ. Age 75 years. Beloved husband of the late Antonina "Anne" Cipolla. Dear father of Giovanni (Jenn), Michael A. (Jen) and Nina-Anne (Mike) Rippo. Loving Pop-Pop of Michael, Joseph, Tyler, Jordan, John Anthony, Isabella, Marcello and Luciano. He is also lovingly survived by his sister, Anna Cipolla. Monsieur/Senor Cipolla was a dedicated French and Spanish teacher at Gloucester City High School for 38 years, followed by 11 years at Bishop Eustace Preparatory School. He and his beloved wife, Anne, also ran local favorite weekend stop, Cipolli Cannoli in Collingswood, for over 20 years.... Read more →

Marge Saunders, age 87, of Gloucester City, St. Mary's Parish Bookkeeper, Saints and Singers Member,

Gloucester City – (nee Pine) On November 1, 2021. Age 87. Loving wife of 60 years to the late Ralph J. Saunders, Jr. Cherished mother of Ralph J. Saunders, III, Maureen A. (Denis) Moran, Raymond Edward Saunders and the late David R. Saunders. Beloved grandmother of Ralph IV, Rachel, Sean (Kristie), David (Bianca), Abby, Emily, Raeann, Joseph and the late Matthew Moran. Loving great-grandmother of Ralph V, Daymion, Harper, Morgan, Sawyer and Olive. Dear Sister-In-Law of MaryAnn Saunders. Predeceased by her 12 siblings. Survived by loving niece Mary Jane (Jay) Goheen and many nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews and cousins. Marge... Read more →

Tom O'Donnell, 86, of Gloucester City; Electronics Engineer, Member of KofC Council #674

Gloucester City. – Surrounded by his loving family, at home, Tom passed away peacefully on October 30, 2021, at the age of 88. Longtime resident of Gloucester City. Loving and devoted husband of 56 years to the late Kathleen T. O’Donnell (nee Delahunty). Loving father of Dr. Deborah Mulgrew (Joseph), the late Kevin B. O’Donnell (surviving Vicki), Kelly Duffy (John), Tricia Cunningham (the late Steve McNulty), Michael O’Donnell (Denise) and Thomas E. O’Donnell, Esq. (Ruth). Cherished grandfather of 16 and great grandfather of 11. Beloved brother of Lee O’Donnell (Peg) and brother-in-law of the late John and Margaret Jagielski. Also... Read more →

Avalon Veterans Day Ceremony Nov.11 at 11AM

American Legion Post #331 and the Borough of Avalon will host a Veterans Day ceremony on Thursday, November 11th, at 11 AM. The ceremony will be held at Veterans Plaza, located at 21st Street and Dune Drive in Avalon. The ceremony will feature remarks from American Legion Post #331 Commander Tom McCullough, and Avalon Mayor Martin Pagliughi, along with a presentation of wreaths, and music from vocalist Bob Rullo. Please show your support for all of our veterans by attending this ceremony on November 11th. Read more →

GUEST OPINION: What Pope Said To Biden Is Unconfirmed

October 29, 2021 Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the conversation between the pope and the president: After Pope Francis and President Biden met today, President Biden said that the pope called him a "good Catholic" and that he should "keep receiving communion." The Vatican has not confirmed the veracity of Biden's account. Like everyone else, we at the Catholic League have no way of knowing whether Biden's remarks are accurate. But from what we know about the Vatican's handling of the meeting, and Biden's long record of lying about many important matters, we... Read more →

An Outstanding Life Lived, Metro Detroiter and Longtime Dentist Passes

By Jacek Adamski Dr. John Kuras, a prominent native Detroiter passed peacefully while in hospice in Monroe, Michigan, on Oct. 13. He was surrounded by immediate family and was predeceased in death by wife Mildred Terry in 2007. They had been living in retirement in Sebastian, Florida. Dr. Kuras reached 99 Dr. John Kuras with God-daughter Molly Moraniec in Sebastien, Florida years of age. He graduated as a Doctor of Dentistry in 1950 from the then University of Detroit. He was first in his class and was awarded the Magna Cum Laude distinction. He believed strongly in continuing education. He... Read more →

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: What Will Really Matter in the End

++++++ By Michael Josephson Ready or not some day it will come to an end. There will be no more sunrises, no minutes, hours or days. All the things you collected whether treasured or forgotten will pass to someone else. Your wealth, fame and temporal power will shrivel to irrelevance. It will not matter what you owned or what your were owed. Your grudges, resentments, frustrations and jealousies will finally disappear. So too, your hopes, ambitions, plans and to do lists will expire. The wins and losses that once seemed so important will fade away. It won’t matter where you... Read more →

Frances Rita Thomas, 91, of Lewes, Delaware, formerly of Gloucester City, and Gettysburg

Frances Rita Thomas, 91, of Lewes, Delaware, formerly of Gloucester City, N.J., and Gettysburg, passed away peacefully at home on October 19, 2021, surrounded by her family, overlooking her beautiful bay. Frances was born on March 27, 1930, the daughter of the late John E. and Esther M. (Ace) Jackson. She was predeceased by her husband of 45 years, Robert. She is survived by her children, Robert (Jam’y), Jeffrey and Frances (Dave); as well as four grandsons, Rob, Owen, Robert and Mathew. Frances retired as a special education teacher. Throughout her life, she taught generations of handicapped children through the... Read more →

Pro-Life Org Launches National Multi-Million Dollar Anti-Abortion Campaign

Ahead of SCOTUS Case That Could Challenge Roe V. Wade Live Action's #2363campaign sheds light on the tragedy of abortion in America as the leading cause of death for children. Washington, D.C. – Every day in America, an average of 2,363 children are lost to the violence of abortion. Live Action, one of the nation’s leading human rights nonprofits, with the largest and most engaged following in the global pro-life movement, launches 2363, a multi-million dollar national human rights campaign to raise awareness that abortion is the leading cause of death for children and to bring this national tragedy to... Read more →

Charles E. Wilson Jr., of Gloucester City

Of Gloucester City, passed away peacefully on October 14, 2021. Born in Camden, NJ, he was the son of the late, Charles, Sr. and Helen (Bartozek) Wilson. Charles is survived by his loving children, Angel Jacobs, Vanessa Sibiski; sister, Beatrice Barnaby; niece, Bernice, nephews, Thomas, George; 7 Grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. Charles was predeceased by his sons, Charles E. Wilson, III, Kevin Wilson, George Side and his life partner, Cheryl Saiia. Charles proudly serviced his country in the U.S. Army and later worked on the Camden Railroad (Conrail). He also worked as a driver for Rapid Rover for many years... Read more →

Camden Diocese Student Athletes for September

By Mark Zimmaro - October 7, 2021 The Catholic Star Herald highlights the Diocese’s student athletes who stood out during the month of September. Sadie Arasim Paul VI High School, Haddonfield Volleyball It seems Sadie Arasim plans on making her final season on the Paul VI High School girls volleyball team her very best. The senior outside hitter has already surpassed her career high in kills with 112 in the month of September and has 265 in an Eagles’ uniform during her four years. Arasim, the lone senior on the team, has also contributed 48 digs and 20 aces, pricing... Read more →

The tragedy of abortion in America, it is the Leading Cause of Death for Children

New York legislators cheered and applauded Tuesday night after the state Senate removed restrictions on late-term abortions, allowing unborn babies to be aborted up until the day of birth. The Reproductive Health Act passed with a 38-28 vote and was signed into law by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D). "Today we are taking a giant step forward in the hard-fought battle to ensure a woman's right to make her own decisions about her own personal health, including the ability to access an abortion," Gov. Cuomo said. republished from the January 23, 2019 CBN News ++++ Leading Pro-Life Org’s National... Read more →

The Best Public High School in Pennsylvania IS...

Gloucestercitynews.net graphics The quality of American public schools can vary widely between states, cities, and even districts. Not all schools are able to provide students with the same level of education, access to extracurriculars, counseling, or college preparation. While each public school faces its own unique challenges, each state has one public school that stands out as the very best. The best public high schools tend to be in relatively affluent areas, where incomes are well above the U.S. median household income of $62,843. A wealthier tax base for a school district means that schools have more funding to hire... Read more →

Rev. Francis J. Gramigna, Pastor at St. Joseph's, (Sea Isle), Assumption (Wildwood Crest), St. Francis (Barrington)

Egg Harbor Township – On May 22, 2020. Age 83. Loving son of the late Joseph and Jane Gramigna. Devoted brother of Kathleen “Cass” (late Edward) Garrity and Charles (late Claire) Gramigna, and Sister-in-law Mary Gramigna. Predeceased by Mary (Louis) Lippa, Joan (Thomas) Campbell, Rose (Patrick) McShane, Joseph (Patricia) Gramigna, Edward Gramigna, Sr. Dear uncle of 48 nieces and nephews, and too many great-nieces and great-nephews to count. Father Frank was born in Oaklyn and was a graduate of Camden Catholic High School in 1955 where he was Captain of the football team. Father attended St. Mary’s Seminary in Baltimore... Read more →

GUEST OPINION: Madness In The Schools ...What Is Happening In The Classroom

Catholic League president Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor The new school year is off to a wild start. Perversion, anti-Americanism, and racism are being taught in some schools, and it's happening at all levels, from K-graduate school. Those pushing this sick agenda are imbued with hate: their animus is clearly directed at Western civilization, the very home to liberty and equality they have targeted for assault. In one Minnesota school district, a sex education class asks heterosexual students to engage in role playing, pretending they are homosexual; they are also asked to consider whether they should have sex with each... Read more →

John A. Brophy, 34, Gloucester City; Graduate Apprentice of International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, GCHS Alum

On September 27, 2021. Age 34. Of Gloucester City. Cherished Son of Jay F. and JoAnne C. (nee Kent) Brophy. Devoted brother of Jay F. Brophy (Megan Murphy) and Shane P. Brophy (Alyssa Smith). Loving maternal grandson of Veronica Kent. Loving maternal step-grandson of Dorothy Kent and the late Robert Kent. Beloved paternal grandson of the late Jack and Bert Brophy. Adored uncle and godfather of Layla Marie Brophy. Survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins, great-aunts and great-uncles. John was born in Voorhees and was a lifelong resident of Gloucester City. He played baseball for Gloucester City Little League and... Read more →

GUEST OPINION: Abortion-By-Hanger Deemed Safe 

September 30, 2021 Bill Donahue | CNBNews Contributor Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the 2021 Women's March on Washington which will be held on Oct. 2nd. [Note: This news release contains graphic language.] According to the organizers of this year's Women's March on Washington, there is nothing dangerous, scary or harmful about a pregnant woman inserting a wire hanger into her vagina to kill her child. That's why those who show up with a hanger, or hanger imagery, will get booted, even if their purpose is to protest abortion-law restrictions. A pregnancy at 39 weeks or at full... Read more →

GUEST OPINION: Biden's Pro-Abortion Bill Is Off-The-Charts

(May 5, 2016)-Two moms of premature babies made a huge impact for life on Facebook, according to LifeNews.com The moms, Ashley Brooke Costanzo and Whitney Sanders, posted similar messages online in April to raise awareness about late-term abortions and the radical abortion positions of the two Democratic presidential candidates. Since then, tens of thousands of people have shared and viewed their posts online. (continue to read) ~CNBNews +++++++ Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on President Biden's latest pro-abortion bill: "The Administration strongly supports House passage of H.R. 3755, the Women's Health Protection Act of 2021." That is the statement... Read more →

*Gloucester City Irish Society Pipes & Drums "Halfway to St. Patrick's Day" Fundraiser

Gloucester City Irish Society Pipes & Drums "Halfway to St. Patrick's Day" Fundraiser Join us at the Elizabeth Ballroom as the Gloucester City Irish Society Pipes & Drums kicks off "Halfway to St. Patrick's Day" weekend in the Holy City! Music will be provided by the pipe band, as well traditional Irish music from Gloucester City's own "Misty Dewers!" Tickets are $30 and must be presented at the door for entry. Tickets include entry, food, and draft beer. A cash bar will be available for other drinks. You can use the following link to purchase tickets: https://py.pl/9wDkrvL2P5k You won't want... Read more →

Edward V. Underwood, of Millsboro, Delaware, formerly of Gloucester City; Active member of Knights of Columbus

Edward V Underwood, Sr Sep 30, 1930 – Sep 10, 2021 Age 90, of Millsboro, DE, formerly of Gloucester City, NJ, passed peacefully surrounded by his loving family. Beloved husband of the late Margaret (Marge) Underwood. Beloved father to Margaret (Peggy), Edward, Jr. and Michael. Ed (Pop) is also survived by his eight grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, one great-great-grandchild, and numerous nieces & nephews. Ed was an active member of the Knights of Columbus for both, St. Mary’s parish in Gloucester, NJ and Mary Mother of Peace Church in Millsboro, DE, where he also served as an usher for 30 years.... Read more →

Rachel M. "Rae" Whelan, of Gloucester City

On September 12, 2021. Age 87. Of Gloucester City. Born in Camden, she was the daughter of the late, Thomas and Mary (Mahoney) Whelan. Rae is survived by many loving nieces and nephews and her God-daughter, Tammy Beringer. She was also predeceased by her siblings, Jack Whelan, James Whelan, Thomas Whelan, Margaret Hennessey, Elizabeth Sullivan and Mary Werner. Rae graduated from Mount Carmel Business School and retired after 43 years as the register of deeds Chief Clerk in Camden County. She had been a resident of Gloucester City since 1956. She was a member of St. Mary’s R.C. Church, the... Read more →

Rev. Al Connor, former Pastor of HP Church of God, Gloucester City Citizen of the Year, Community Activist, WWII Navy Veteran

Pastor Al Connor The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why. Pastor, Reverend Alfred L. Conner was born July 23, 1925, in Fordwick, VA, and found his why in January 1953, when he enrolled at the School of Theology at Anderson College in Anderson, IN. The Lord was his shepherd he shall not want and had preparest a table before him. Seeing death as the end of life is like seeing the horizon as the end of the ocean. The faithful shall be set free of earthly... Read more →

Gloucester City's St. Patrick's Parade Parking Restrictions for Sunday, September 19

There will be no parking along the following streets on 09/19/21 from 10:00am till 4:00pm: Both sides of Klemm Ave, from Rosalind to Johnson Blvd. Both sides of Highland Blvd, from Greenwood Ave to Johnson Blvd. Both sides of Baynes Ave, from Sparks Ave to Johnson Blvd. Both sides of Sparks Ave, from Baynes Ave to Little Ridgeway Both sides of E. Brown St, from Sparks Ave to Francis St. Both sides of Francis St, from E. Brown St to Johnson Bld. Both sides of Johnson Blvd, from Baynes Ave to Monmouth St. Both sides of Monmouth St, from Johnson... Read more →

Joseph S. Piscopio, of West Collingswood, age 89

On September 1, 2021. Age 89. Of West Collingswood Hts. Loving and devoted husband of 57 years to Millie Piscopio (nee Lynch). Loving father of Linda Piscopio and Joseph Piscopio (Lisa). Cherished grandfather of Danny, Christian, Nola and Grace. Also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his siblings, Frank (Daria) Piscopio, Nancy Wilson, Rose Nicosia, Rita Piscopio, Carmel (Neal) Poloncarz; his beloved aunts, Jo and Marie Lanzillotti and his father-in-law, Daniel Lynch and mother-in-law, Mildred Lynch. Joe was born and raised in South Philadelphia to the late Anthony and Mary Piscopio. He proudly served our country in... Read more →

A Philadelphia Principal Explains How His School Staff Prepared For A Year Like No Other

Our school is facing devastating enrollment declines, COVID losses, and other trauma. We know our educators have an important role to play. Julio C. NuñezSep 3, 2021,/CHALKBEAT Students from Philip H. Sheridan Elementary School plant shrubs to beautify the playground during last spring’s hybrid learning. Courtesy of Julio C. Nuñez “Sofía is not returning,” reads a text from one of my teachers four days before the first day of school. Three months prior, in mid-June, one of our parents, a single mom, informed us that she was moving out of state. It would be the last day at Sheridan for... Read more →

GUEST OPINION: Transgender Report Part III: Psychological Damage

Bill Donahue | CNBNews Contributor This is the last installment of our three-part series on this subject. When no intervention is made 70% of children with gender dysphoria will grow out of it on their own. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) lists eight conditions that are associated with gender dysphoria in children. A child is diagnosed with this condition if they meet six of them. They are: –A strong desire to be of the other gender or insistence that one is the other gender –A strong preference for cross-dressing or simulating [other gender] attire –A strong... Read more →

GUEST OPINION: Transgender Report Part II: Physical Damage

August 25, 2021 Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor This is the second of our three-part series on this subject. There are no medical criteria to determine if a child needs to undergo transition procedures. According to the Mayo Clinic "Feminizing hormone therapy" (the process of a male taking female hormones) comes with risks and complications including: ______–A blood clot in a deep vein (deep vein thrombosis) or in a lung _______(pulmonary embolism) ______–High triglycerides, a type of fat (lipid) in your blood ______–Weight gain ______–Infertility ______–High potassium (hyperkalemia) ______–High blood pressure (hypertension) ______–Type 2 diabetes ______–Cardiovascular disease ______–Excessive prolactin in... Read more →

Theresa J. Sauter, of Gloucester City, age 92; Lifelong Parishioner of St. Mary, GCHS Graduate 1948

Passed away peacefully on August 19, 2021. Age 92. Born in Gloucester City, NJ, she was the daughter of the late William J. and May (nee Leupold) Mailley. Devoted wife of to the late Robert J. Sauter, Sr. Beloved mother of Robert J. Sauter, Jr. (Linda), James F. Sauter (late Tricia) and the late Christopher T. Sauter. Loving mom-mom to Gillian, grandmom to Kelly and Michael. Dear sister of James Mailley and the late, Mary “Betty” O’Donnell, Michael Mailley and William Mailley. Theresa was a lifelong Gloucester City resident and graduate of Gloucester Catholic High School, Class of 1948. She... Read more →


Centers for Disease Control to the Left of Media

August 13, 2021 Bill Donahue | CNBNews Contributor Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on just how far left the CDC has become: Gloucestercitynews.net graphic file As recently as a few years ago, no one would believe that the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) was to the left of the mainstream media. But a lot has recently changed. From draconian strictures on Covid to the latest pronouncements on climate change, it is clear that the CDC has become a very political institution. Perhaps nothing shows how much it has changed more than its comments on the necessity of pregnant women... Read more →


BILL DONOHUE | CNBNEWS CONTRIBUTOR Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the collapse of Gov. Cuomo: On this date in 258, St. Lawrence was roasted to death on a gridiron for remaining loyal to the Catholic Church. Fast forward to August 10, 2021, when another Catholic, New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo, is being roasted by the media for his disloyalties. Indeed, he’s toast. Even in leaving, Cuomo still doesn’t get it. “In my mind,” he said, “I’ve never crossed the line with anyone. But I didn’t realize the extent to which the line has been redrawn.” He should... Read more →