2015-08-09 - 9 New Seminarians  600 x 400

Bishop Sullivan accepts New Seminarians

Bishop Dennis Sullivan accepted nine new seminarians for the Diocese of Camden who will begin studies this fall. The seminarians were welcomed on Sunday, August  9 at Christ the Redeemer Parish, Assumption Church in Atco. In all, 19 seminarians for the diocese will be in formation this year, the largest number...

Continue reading

Faith Raisers 20152

Prayer Pledge winners with Bishop

The iRace4Vocations committee had lunch at Bishop Dennis Sullivan’s residence in Woodbury on June 19, with the winners of the Prayer Pledge Faithraiser for the iRace event. This ‘faithraiser’ encourages each participant to come with prayer pledges for vocations to our diocese. iRace4Vocations is an annual event that welcomes people of all...

Continue reading

Holy Hour for Vocations cropped

Holy Hours for Vocations June 4

First Thursdays is a monthly Holy Hour for Vocations hosted by different parishes throughout the diocese. For young men thinking about the priesthood, it is a chance to spend time in prayer before the Blessed Sacrament asking the Lord to make one’s calling clear. For others, it is an opportunity...

Continue reading

Edward Kennedy transitional deacon

Transitional deacon ordained

In front of his family, friends, fellow seminarians and clergy of the Diocese of Camden, Edward Kennedy was ordained a transitional deacon May 9  in a liturgy at St. Lawrence Church, Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish Shrine in Lindenwold. The ordination, performed by Bishop Dennis Sullivan, is the final step...

Continue reading

Bishop Dennis J.  Sullivan web portrait1

“Learning about being a bridge in the shadow of the George Washington,” a vocations message from Bishop Sullivan

My first assignment as a priest was to the parish of Saint Elizabeth in Washington Heights, New York City. The “Heights” is the neighborhood that surrounds the George Washington Bridge where the bridge crosses from New Jersey into Manhattan. The bridge dominates the area, which is the highest point on...

Continue reading