catholic churches in Merchantville, NJ

St Timothy's Catholic Church 3051 Levick St,  Philadelphia, PA  
St Timothy's Catholic Church 3001 Levick St,  Philadelphia, PA  
Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church 252 S 4th St,  Philadelphia, PA  
ST. Josaphat's Ukrainian Catholic Church 6932 Ditman St,  Philadelphia, PA  
Immaculate Conception Church 642 Market St,  Camden, NJ  

St Peter's Roman Catholic Church

43 W Maple Ave,  Merchantville, NJ   map

St Peter's Religious ED

43 W Maple Ave,  Merchantville, NJ   map

St Peter's Senior Ministry

55 W Maple Ave,  Merchantville, NJ   map

ST. Cecilia Roman Catholic Church

4801 Camden Ave,  Pennsauken, NJ   map

Saint Stephens Roman Catholic

6306 Browning Rd,  Pennsauken, NJ   map

ST. John's Catholic Church

101 Lees Ave,  Collingswood, NJ   map

Christ The King Catholic Church

200 Windsor Ave,  Haddonfield, NJ   map

ST. Charles Borromeo Roman Catholic Church

2500 Branch Pike,  Cinnaminson, NJ   map

St Vincent Pallotti Church

901 Hopkins Rd Ste A,  Haddonfield, NJ   map

St Josephs PRO Cathedral

35 Church St,  Camden, NJ   map

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