November 24, 2010

St. John Regional Catholic School Give Thanks to Military Services

At St. John Regional Catholic School in Frederick, Maryland, the students honored and gave thanks to United States military veterans and active duty soldiers during the month of November. As a visual reminder of their thanks, student’s adorned the school’s doorways with “stars” they created in honor of their military friends and family. Middle school...
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Cambodian Catholics plan special Mass for victims of bridge stampede

PHNOM PENH, Cambodia – The Catholic Church in Cambodia planned a special Mass for victims of a bridge stampede during the Water Festival on Diamond Island in Phnom Penh, reported the Asian church news agency UCA News.
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Traditionalist society threatens to expel bishop for extremist ties

VATICAN CITY – The Society of St. Pius X threatened to expel traditionalist Bishop Richard Williamson if he retained an extremist lawyer with neo-Nazi ties to defend him in a German court.
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A Baltimorean’s dream vending machine?

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Fake priest tricks art world with masterful deception

The fake copy of a watercolour boating scene by Paul Signac that was offered to the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art. A man posing as a Jesuit priest has managed to trick a lot of museums into accepting masterful counterfeits. The only thing he seems to have gotten in return is the satisfaction of pulling...
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Turkey Bowl is here

Tomorrow, Calvert Hall and Loyola Blakefield will take the field of M&T Bank Stadium for the annual Turkey Bowl football game.  It’s the Navy-Army of the Baltimore high school football. Adrian Amos (CR Staff/Owen Sweeney III) If you want to get up to speed on some of the standouts from both schools, check out this...
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Cardinal Shehan’s Thanksgiving spirit

Cardinal Shehan students celebrate giving to others. I had the chance this morning to visit Cardinal Shehan School here in Baltimore. Canned food drives are a staple of schools and parishes around the Archdiocese this time of the year. You see the goodness of people around late November and Cardinal Shehan is no different. The...
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