February 5, 2007

Lack of funds forces AIDS ministry network to close

CHICAGO – The National Catholic AIDS Network, which recently formed a partnership with Loyola University Chicago, has announced that it will close following its 20th annual AIDS ministry conference this summer. The decision comes at a time when more and more people in the United States are living with HIV or AIDS, as the numbers...
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Students serve community

St. John Regional Catholic School, Frederick, recently spent a busy Monday reaching out to others...
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Spalding swimmers untouchable; de Sales places second

Strong performances from Mount de Sales, Catonsville, and Notre Dame Preparatory School, Towson, were not enough to dethrone the perennial power of McDonogh School, capturing their fifth straight Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland’s A Conference Swimming Championship Feb. 4 at the University of Maryland Baltimore County campus while Archbishop Spalding, Severn, walloped the B Conference...
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Need for solid, Catholic social teaching

Most adult Catholics get no religious instruction outside the weekend homilies, a fact that underscores the importance of your article on the need for "solid preaching not fluff” (CR, Feb. 1). I would like to add to Archbishop Dolan's comments about the epidemic of "sanitized, feel-good, boutique, therapeutic spirituality that makes no demands, calls for...
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