Look, up in the sky, it’s an eclipse

Whatever happens, darkness at the break of 2:48 p.m. Aug. 21 is going to be another grand moment with creation.
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Coffee & Doughnuts with Katie Allston

The Catholic Review sits with Katie Allston, Executive Director of Marian House and parishioner of St. Augustine, Elkridge.
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Donald J. Reitz, first lay superintendent of schools in Baltimore Archdiocese, dies

Donald J. Reitz, the first lay superintendent of schools for the Archdiocese of Baltimore, was described as a “renaissance man,” equally adept at writing books on education as he was maintaining a car.
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Loyola University grapples with murder of Dean’s List student

Jesuit Father Brian F. Linnane, president of Loyola University Maryland, used Scripture and the sentiments of the grandparents who raised the deceased in attempting to make sense of the grisly murder of one of the college’s rising sophomores.
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Coffee & Doughnuts with Keith Vander Kolk

The Catholic Review sits down with Keith Vander Kolk, president and CEO of St. Agnes Healthcare in Baltimore.
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Father Callahan, longest-serving pastor of St. Margaret in Bel Air, dies at 80

“He was a great intramural football player, tough as nails," Deacon Patrick Goles said of Father Callahan. “He was a hard-nosed pastor, too. He knew what he wanted. Do the right thing, and let the chips fall where they may. That’s how he lived.”
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Rapid Response: Maryvale runner ready to take on hackers

To the dismay of corporate recruiters, Emily Craig’s  cyber security career will have to wait.
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Coffee & Doughnuts with Lia Salinas

The Catholic Review sits down with Lia Salinas, Director of Hispanic Ministry for the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
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Our Back Pages: Terrible loss in the ‘Great War’

“One minute before the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918 – the moment when an armistice took effect to end World War I – Henry Gunther was shot and killed near the French village of Chaumont-devant-Damvillers."
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The Least of These: Helping victims of modern slavery become survivors

The control and movement of people for the purposes of sexual exploitation, forced labor, servitude or the removal of organs is considered one of the three most profitable criminal activities on the planet, alongside illicit drugs and weapons.
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Bishop Newman remembered for modeling ‘justice, mercy, humility’

How admired was Bishop William C. Newman? Applause cascaded through the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Homeland May 29, as the casket bearing his body was wheeled down its main aisle, toward his final resting place in its crypt.
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Bill Newman, bishop and jock, not necessarily in that order

Growing up with a love for baseball, the future Bishop William C. Newman didn't stop playing the game even after he entered the seminary.
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