February 12, 2008

Bless Me Father

The Catholic Review Where did it all start? Is it a Church invention? The Church’s role in the forgiveness of sins is based on the very words of the Lord to Peter and on a separate occasion to the Apostles: “I will give you the keys to the kingdom of heaven, and whatever you bind...
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There are nice people in the world

The news one reads in this present day is inundated with so much of what is wrong in our society. But I would like to share a story about Cub Scout Pack 1111 out of St. Augustine’s Church in Elkridge which I found to be so uplifting.
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Focus on soul, not plastic surgery

I would expect The Catholic Review, as a Catholic newspaper, to be more interested in how one can improve his or her soul. Writing about and almost glamorizing plastic surgery (CR, Feb. 7) is not a religious topic and has nothing to do with salvation. I don’t think our Lord would ever support such trivial...
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Loyola defends title for the 15th consecutive time

It has been a banner year for the Aqua Dons of Loyola Blakefield. Starting with a 100-mile swim in honor of the late Staff Sgt. Joseph F. Curreri, a 1998 graduate of the Towson school and founder of the charity swim, the Dons unfolded an undefeated regular league season in the MIAA A Conference. Continuing...
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