To become involved in the Black Catholic Ministry Commission of the Camden Diocese please call
Cherryl Summers at 856-365-0573
A beautiful and joyful Mass was celebrated this afternoon to honor Black History Month. Pictured from the left are: Stephen Williams (Knights of St John); Deacon Bill Johnson; Father Vince Guest; Monsignor Leonard Scott; Cheryl Wright (Chairperson of the Black Catholic Ministry Commission); and Lisa Coley (Knights of Peter Claver, Ladies Auxiliary).
"A word that is important in our faith is 'thrive.' We have to get to the point where we are thriving, not just surviving. ... It's in the thriving that we are truly living."
Such were the words of Sister Cora Marie Billings during the annual Day of Reflection in preparation for the upcoming NBCC | The National Black Catholic Congress XIII.
Father Vincent Guest, pastor of Sacred Heart Parish - Camden NJ, led the about 50 people from parishes across the Diocese of Camden in prayer Nov. 5 in Sicklerville before the daylong retreat got underway.
For full coverage, see the next issue of the Catholic Star Herald.
By Dr. E. Juliet Njoku -January 27, 2022