November 29, 2011

Meet Sister Sarah

  Sister Sarah works in her classroom. (Photo by Erik M. Lunsford Sister Sarah Heger cut through a tray of raw chicken with a knife and let her fifth-grade class of girls squirm for only a second. A science exam loomed, and the petite nun didn’t waste time preparing them. She wrangled the meat...
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Pro-life New Jersey nurses sue hospital over new policy on abortions

WASHINGTON – Confronted with what one called “a choice between our faith and our jobs,” 12 nurses are suing University Hospital in Newark, N.J., over a new policy requiring them to care for patients before and after abortions, even if they have religious or moral objections to abortion.
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City pastors want to help clear the streets of guns

Monsignor Damien Nalepa and Father Peter Lyons are never giving up on Baltimore City and they want everyone else to have that faith as well.
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Traditionalist head says Vatican doctrinal statement needs changes

VATICAN CITY – The head of the traditionalist Society of St. Pius X said a “doctrinal preamble” presented by the Vatican needs changes before it can be accepted as the basis for the group’s reconciliation.
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Parishes welcome new English translation of Roman Missal

Father Matthew T. Buening looked out on his congregation Nov. 27 as he was concluding Mass at St. Paul in Ellicott City and spoke words he has offered throughout his priesthood.
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