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January 27, 2012

St. John Regional Set to Become First School in Frederick Co. with One-to-One Computing Program

St. John Regional Catholic School in Frederick kicks off Catholic Schools Week by showing off their new 1:1 computing program which provides every eighth grade student in the school with an iPad. The iPads will be used by teachers for daily lesson instruction and to take “virtual field trips” to enhance classroom instruction. The iPads...
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Cardinal-designate O’Brien to Visit Area Schools During Catholic Schools Week

Cardinal-designate Edwin F. O’Brien will visit several area Catholic schools during the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s celebration of Catholic Schools Week, January 29 – February 4. Among his stops, the Cardinal-designate will visit St. Casimir Catholic School, St. Michael the Archangel, and Archbishop Curley High School on Tuesday, January 31. Seventy Catholic elementary and high schools...
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Watch: High school students say their generation can end abortion

Although they have never been alive a day when abortion was illegal, Maryland Catholic high school students think they will see that day soon.
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St. Louis Parish to hosts ChristLife conference on evangelization

St. Louis Parish in Clarksville will host a national conference on evangelization Feb. 8-10 presented by ChristLife, an Ellicott City-based apostolate.
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Katie O’Malley calls same-sex marriage opponents “cowards,” draws criticism

Maryland First Lady Katie O’Malley has apologized for calling members of the House of Delegates who opposed voting on changing the definition of marriage in 2011 “cowards.”
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Movie Review: “Man on a Ledge”

NEW YORK (CNS) -- When an ex-cop is falsely convicted of stealing a multimillion-dollar diamond and sentenced to 25 years in jail, there's just one course for him to follow: Break out of prison, check in to Manhattan's landmark Roosevelt Hotel, order lobster -- then clamber out onto a cornice hundreds of feet above street...
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Don’t just be a spectator

I couldn't agree more with the letter from Richard L. Lelonek (CR 01-26, Football and Sunday don't mix).
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