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Coronavirus: An Update from Fr. Tom Newton

Good morning everyone. Thanks for all of your prayers and support over these past ten difficult and challenging days. I want to give you an update. According to the guidelines that I received from the Cape May County Health Department, my isolation period can end and I can now return …

Coronavirus: An Update from St. Damien Parish

This week, our pastor, Fr. Tom Newton, tested positive for COVID-19. He is doing well and recovering in the rectory where he will follow CDC guidelines to quarantine. He asks everyone to say an extra prayer for a speedy recovery. In response, we will be closing our Parish Office to …

From the Pastor’s Desk: A Note About Church Names

Soon after I arrived at St. Damien Parish, I thought that it was important to continue to work to unify the St. Damien community.  One way that I thought we could do this was to stop referring to the three parish worship sites by their old parish names since those …

Know Your Fellow Parishioner: Marge Hagan

Having a mystical encounter with the Blessed Mother was not what Marge Hagan expected when she traveled to Ireland in 1993 to attend a wedding in Sligo.  Afterwards, she agreed to accompany some Irish friends to the Knock Shrine in Mayo County. “I always loved Jesus,” explained the lifelong devout …

Know Your Fellow Parishioner: The Rice Family

As the Saint Damien Parish religious education program begins with all-remote learning this fall, parent volunteers Lorie and Brad Rice are optimistic. “We have a beautiful, new curriculum,” Lorie explained.  “Every grade will be learning the same thing at the same time, just at different age levels, so it should …

Know Your Fellow Parishioner: Ursula Russo

Say hello to Ursula Russo, the newest adult Catholic in Saint Damien Parish.   Ursula’s confirmation was delayed when the coronavirus pandemic shuttered the church during Lent. But in June, when masses resumed, she was received into the church.  Her sponsor was her daughter, Christine Leonetti.  In the Fall of 2019, Ursula …

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