February 1, 2008

Religious communities vow to stamp out racism

The Oblate Sisters of Providence in Baltimore have renewed their commitment to eradicate racism. The Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in Monroe, Mich., Immaculata and Scranton, Pa., and the Oblates condemned the sin of racism in a January statement.
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Help homeless ‘B-More’ warm

Winter is hard on the homeless. But the youth group at St. Charles Borromeo, Pikesville, will make it a little easier with their “B-More Warm” project. They’ll collect gently used coats, hats, scarves, gloves and blankets for the homeless. That old coat taking up room in your closet might be a lifesaver for someone else.
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Lobby Night is Feb. 18

Catholics throughout Maryland will have a chance to meet their lawmakers and talk about key legislative issues on Lobby Night, Feb. 18, in Annapolis. Sponsored by the Maryland Catholic Conference, the day begins with 3 p.m. issue briefings by MCC staff at St. Mary’s High School, Annapolis. Participants will then be shuttled to downtown state...
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