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Baltimore Running Festival brings 15,000 by Basilica

A change in the route of the marathon will allow the runners to take a glimpse of America's first cathedral.
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Catholic wedding in Columbia unites 10 Hispanic couples

Half of the couples were from El Salvador, but Mexico and Colombia were also represented. The wedding was webcast for their families across Latin America.
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Viral video of Cardinal Shehan School choir surpasses 20 million views

Students from this Catholic School in Baltimore became an international sensation with their performance of "Rise Up."
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Long-term recovery ahead for California communities hit hard by wildfires

The Diocese of Santa Rosa “has been hit hard” and “is in an ongoing state of uncertainty” because of Northern California wildfires that began the night of Oct. 8, said Bishop Robert F. Vasa.
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Pope tops 40 million followers on Twitter, 5 million on Instagram

The papal Twitter accounts, in nine different languages, have grown by over 9 million followers in the past 12 months.
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International stewardship speakers examine faith practices of millennials

The leading edge of millennial-age believers is marrying and starting families. Parishes preparing for the future will evolve to meet the habits of this group.
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St. James and John Catholic School celebrates its 170th anniversary

Family, friends and supporters of St. James and John Catholic School in East Baltimore celebrated the 170th anniversary of the institutions’s founding Oct. 8.
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Rosary Congress opens with Mass at Baltimore Basilica

The Our Lady of Fatima Rosary Congress, a week-long devotion of prayer with the rosary, concludes Oct. 13. Seven parishes participate.
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Trump administration expands exemptions on contraceptive mandate

The contraceptive mandate was put in place by the Department of Health and Human Services under the Affordable Care Act.
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‘All God’s people’: Beans and Bread helps feed East Baltimore’s hungry

Feeding the hungry is work, but the approximately 14 volunteers (12 for lunch, two for breakfast) who keep Beans and Bread running into its fifth decade of service don’t see it that way.
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Church officials respond to recent arrests of immigrants in Maryland, proposal to reduce number of refugees

Bishop Mark Brennan, Auxiliary Bishop of Baltimore said that "to reduce so drastically the number of refugees admitted to our country is contrary to America’s longstanding role of welcoming such people.”
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