The thin green line

We are powerless, conversely, to stop acts of nature – God. We are, however, in position to help with the cleanup caused by both the divine and humanity.
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Coffee & Doughnuts with Sister Helen Amos

The Catholic Review catches up with Mercy Sister Helen Amos, executive chairwoman of the board of trustees at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore.
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Marian House brings ‘new life’ to former parish school at Blessed Sacrament

The permanent family housing has transformed the former parish school at Blessed Sacrament, two miles north of St. Ann Parish.
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Retiring Monsignor Cramblitt sees ‘grace of God’

“When I look at how growth has happened in my life – emotionally, spiritually, personally – I step back in amazement and can’t help but the see the grace of God there.”
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Charm City Challenge features BCL’s best prospects

Some of the nation’s premier high school basketball programs and players will be on display Dec. 2 at UMBC’s RAC Arena, site of the inaugural Charm City Challenge.
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The Least of These: Families welcome neglected children

Catholic families in the Archdiocese of Baltimore are providing loving homes for neglected children.
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Calvert Hall takes its fourth straight Turkey Bowl, 27-6, over Loyola Blakefield

A seasoned Calvert Hall football team was not about to let its seniors conclude their high school careers with anything less than another victory over Loyola Blakefield.
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Coffee & Doughnuts with Erich March

The Catholic Review sits down with Erich March, president of King Memorial Park cemetery, vice president and COO of March Funeral Homes, and parishioner of St. Ann in Baltimore.
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Least of These: Despite gains, barriers remain in overcoming bigotry

“We can’t start without acknowledging the past,” Father Donald Sterling said. “We’ve got to go through a metanoia, a change of heart. It’s been woven into people’s consciousness, that this (racism) is alright, rather than us being responsive to each other as true brothers and sisters in Christ.”
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WEA celebrates success of students from Baltimore’s Catholic schools

“The main ingredient is that our schools and students witness the presence of God every day," said LaUanah King-Cassell, of Ss. James and John. "He is the fiber of everything we do.”
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Loyola Blakefield returns to top in cross country

After two years of taking a backseat to Mount St. Joseph at the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association championships, the cross country team from Loyola Blakefield resumed its customary position Nov. 1.
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