January 25, 2012

Father Stewart Bullock arrested, removed from ministry

Father Joseph Barr, pastor of the Church of the Immaculate Conception in Towson, confirmed in a Jan. 22 letter to parishioners that associate pastor Father Mark Stewart Bullock has been removed from ministry and will no longer reside at the parish rectory after being arrested Jan. 16 in Harford County.
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Charlestown resident promotes greater public awareness of little known, understood disorder

Boarding the elevator recently to take them to a dining room for their evening meal in the Charlestown Retirement Community, Ed and Dottie Arnold were greeted by another couple on the same journey.
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Suspicious of global authority

Regarding “Global authority for finances?” (CR, Oct. 27) it is startling to see just what is being proposed by the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace: a centralized world political authority to regulate all world economies and to deal with world “peace and security, disarmament and arms control, protection of human rights, and management of...
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Poverty article questioned

The Catholic News Service article “For U.S. Hispanics, poverty is growing with little relief ahead” (CR, Oct. 13) opened up a can of worms.
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Respect dignity of individual

It was with sadness and disappointment that I read the articles about the situation at Our Lady of the Fields Parish (CR, Nov. 3); sadness over the realities and the pain of the parties involved, disappointment over the publication of the articles. I wonder about their purpose and the expected outcome within the larger faith...
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Dying Mount St. Joseph leader humbled by papal honor

It’s not unusual for Xaverian Brother James Kelly, president of Mount St. Joseph High School in Irvington, to receive a phone call from Archbishop Edwin F. O’Brien, the apostolic administrator of the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
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Senior shares love of dance at Frederick retirement community

It wasn’t until she reached her 60s when Shirley Bisselle quite literally waltzed into the world of dance.
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Independent living offers palate pleasing options

Whether one chooses seared scallops with summer succotash, roasted red pepper bisque or bacon-wrapped pork medallions, there are plenty of options to entice the palates of residents in independent living communities.
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Charlestown expands fitness opportunities

The Baby Boomers are coming and Charlestown in Catonsville is ready to make them sweat.
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It’s never too late to make healthy choices

The aging process happens regardless of our genetics, regardless of our activity level and regardless of our eating habits. While no one can stop the chronological clock, you can, however, slow down the aging process and improve your quality of life.
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Retirement offers more time for volunteer work

Dr. Jack Zimmerman spends his days juggling his many duties for more than a handful of organizations and his evenings catching up on emails and phone calls. At 84, Zimmerman may have been retired for the last 14 years, but he’s still got a heavy workload – of volunteer work, that is.
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Keep politics out of The Review

I must respond to Ruth Von Bramer’s disagreement (CR, Nov. 3) with my letter to concerning my dislike of United States bashing. I wonder if Von Bramer understood my letter, because nowhere did I state that criticism of the U.S. military complex is anti-American and I did not take any stand on the present wars...
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