A retired auxiliary bishop, who called Camden home, has died.
The Syracuse Diocese is remembering Friday night the most Reverend Thomas Costello.
Bishop Costello was 89 years old, and served as a priest for nearly 65 years, and as an auxiliary bishop for over 40.
Bishop Robert Cunningham called it a lifetime of service to the church.
Costello served as superintendent of Catholic schools from 1960 to 1975.
He was at the forefront of speaking out against racism, poverty, inequality and violence.
Costello marched with Martin Luther King, and spoke out against the death penalty.
Funeral arrangements have not been made yet.