St. Mary’s Catholic Home Needs To Survive: By Law?

Today, in a very enlightening article written by Philadelphia Inquirer columnist Kevin Riordan, we learn about the heartbreaking possibility that hundreds of elderly Cherry Hill citizens may be losing their home. The St. Mary’s Catholic Home of Cherry Hill is scheduled to be sold by the Diocese of Camden, which could displace the residents who currently live there.… Read More St. Mary’s Catholic Home Needs To Survive: By Law?

Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz of New Jersey

In the fifteenth century, the Holy Office of the Spanish Inquisition was at its most powerful state. Although the original intent of the Inquisition was to ensure the Catholic orthodoxy of Jewish and Islamic converts in Spain, the effort intensified by eventually demanding non-catholics to convert or leave. There have been several motives proposed for… Read More Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz of New Jersey

The Radio Lofts: Shedding In Winter’s Cold

I vividly remember a phone conversation I had with Philadelphia Inquirer reporter Kevin Riordan, by which I explained to him that repairs needed to be made to the decrepit building before the winter came. I argued that as the weather provides conditions for the thawing and refreezing of precipitation, the cracks that cover the Radio Lofts building… Read More The Radio Lofts: Shedding In Winter’s Cold

Possibly The Next Two Camdens In New Jersey

In November of 2014, the Wall Street Journal highlighted the growing number of impoverished residents in New Jersey. The article relied on statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau, which made special note of acute areas of poverty in the counties of Cumberland and Hudson. As New Jersey’s overall poverty rate has grown, it makes sense that… Read More Possibly The Next Two Camdens In New Jersey