December 7, 2010

Community Celebrates Our Lady of Guadalupe with Street Procession, Mass

  The Archdiocese of Baltimore’s annual Mass for Our Lady of Guadalupe will take place Sunday, December 12, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. at the Baltimore Basilica, Cathedral and Mulberry Streets. Archbishop Edwin F. O’Brien, Archbishop of Baltimore, will concelebrate the Mass with Bishop Mitchell T. Rozanski, Auxiliary Bishop of Baltimore and Vicar for Hispanics, and...
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Locusts and wild honey, or chocolate-covered grasshoppers?

Locusts and wild honey doesn’t sound like a very appetizing diet. I suppose some people have eaten chocolate-covered grasshoppers, but I haven’t been brave enough to try that. And I know there are cultures that regularly dine on certain insects as staples in their diet (plenty of protein, I’m told). You have a hard enough...
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Out of bounds? Player penalized for pointing to God

Ronnie Hastie gets down on one knee and points skyward each time he scores a touchdown.  It’s his way of recognizing God for his gifts. Not anymore. Hastie, a Washington state high school football player, was penalized during a recent game for his ritual, which referees deemed was unsportsmanlike. This hasn’t been a good week for...
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