June 9, 2011

Veterans Need our Support, Prayers

The Catholic Review In 1970, a newly-minted Army chaplain, with airborne wings fresh out of “jump school,” I looked forward to my first leave on the Fourth of July weekend. I was to join a friend at the Boston Commons for the chance to hear the Boston Pops, under the direction of famed conductor Arthur...
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What would justice for bin Laden have looked like?

The column “Vengeance is not justice for bin Laden,” by Jesuit Father William J. Byron (CR, June 2) should have defined justice and vengeance to distinguish the difference.
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Home-schooled student earns full scholarship

Nicholas DiGregory, a senior in the Mother of Divine Grace Homeschool program and a parishioner of St. Peter the Apostle in Libertytown, has been awarded the Father Michael Scanlan Scholarship, a full four-year scholarship, from Franciscan University of Steubenville.
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