October 13, 2011

Real Work Begins

The Catholic Review It has been one year since I first wrote about the need for a plan that addresses the challenges facing our parishes and seizes opportunities to create more vibrant faith communities in our Archdiocese. At our priests’ convocation last fall many of the priests present voiced concerns about the aging presbyterate (72...
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Archbishop O’Brien Dedicates Expanded Seafarers Center Near Port of Baltimore

Archbishop Edwin O’Brien, Apostolic Administrator of the Archdiocese of Baltimore, will dedicate the newly-renovated and expanded Stella Maris International Seafarers’ Center, located at 6 Dunmanway in Dundalk, on Saturday, October 15 at 11 a.m. The Center, which provides an array of sacramental and welcoming services to seafarers passing through the Port of Baltimore, will expand...
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Magliano bashes United States

Unlike other articles in The Catholic Review that express love of God and God’s love for us, every one of Tony Magliano’s columns that I have read expresses his apparent dislike of the United States of America and its policies and actions over the last 200 years or so.
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Baltimore-native Father Oppitz survived famous ship’s sinking

Fifty-five years after he narrowly avoided losing his life on board a sinking ship, Father Joseph W. Oppitz died under the care of the Redemptorist order he joined as a young man.
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