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December 18, 2010

Mercy’s new hospital proclaims Christmas message

Mercy Medical Center’s impressive new hospital tower in downtown Baltimore is all set to open tomorrow, Dec. 19.  Amid the fanfare, hospital leaders have added a nice Christmas touch that hearkens back to the days when Mercy’s “old tower” first opened nearly five decades ago. Back when the 1963 building was the new kid on the block, Mercy employees...
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Meet Dwayne Thomas, Loyola Blakefield student

In the Dec. 23 edition of The Catholic Review and on CatholicReview.org, you’ll be able to read a story on Loyola Blakefield senior Dwayne Thomas. He’s an inspiring, selfless young man. Here’s a two-minute video that introduces you to him and stayed tuned to CatholicReview.org for more. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3x61R_fcbqw&fs=1&hl=en_US]
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John Mitchell: Tribute to a teaching legend

John Mitchell John Mitchell has impacted my family since before I was born. He’s been the director of music at DeMatha Catholic High School in Prince George’s County for the last 41 years. He taught my cousin and godfather, Daniel Miller, when he attended DeMatha in the 1970s, my cousin John Martin in the 1980s...
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College roundup: Loyola, Notre Dame in the news

Loyola University Maryland Loyola University Maryland’s six-year graduation rate of 86 percent tied for second in the nation among private, master’s level universities, according to federal data recently analyzed by the Chronicle of Higher Education. The release said “Loyola’s graduation rate is significantly higher than the median rate of 53 percent for all four-year institutions,...
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