Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish

Diocese of Camden

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Weekend Mass Schedule
  • Sunday 8:30 AM Childrens mass
    10:30 AM
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The Immaculate Heart of Mary parish was established on August 2, 1949 when the Most Reverend Bartholomew J. Eustace appointed the Reverend James Zegers pastor to the newly-formed church. The new Church and rectory were built and dedicated on August 15, 1964 with great labors, sacrifices, and prayers from the third pastor, the Reverend Paul M. O'Connor, and the people. A new ministry to the Vietnamese people was created when Bishop DiMarzio appointed Father Joseph Nguyen, administrator to this parish on June 20, 2000, to help guide and lead the ethnically diverse parish.

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Good service and Location is great

My ex-spouse and I were the first couple to be married in the new church 8-29-64. It brought back many memories for me to be able to see a picture of the church. We lived in Woodlynne for a number of years before moving to Collingswood, NJ. I now live in Mesa, AZ. Robert Mitchell and Judith Bobo

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Jul 23, 2019

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