February 7, 2012

To Rome with sobering thoughts of home

The Catholic Review As I go to Rome for next week’s consistory, at which I will be elevated to the College of Cardinals, I do so with thoughts of the faith and ethical traditions that have long marked the Church in Baltimore, and the ethical standards that have been the hallmarks of the Maryland “experiment.”...
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Twenty Something: The case for silence

Brian Williams took time from his nightly newscast earlier this month to announce that comedian Russell Brand had filed for divorce from singer Katy Perry, ending a marriage that had barely cleared the one-year mark.
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Book Review: ‘A Convenient Hatred: The History of Antisemitism’

Phyllis Goldstein’s “A Convenient Hatred” is a major work of history that illuminates perhaps the most persistent and tragic source of hatred and violence in the history of Western civilization.
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New high school for Haiti

Members of the Archdiocese of Baltimore visit Haiti as Cardinal-designate Edwin F. O'Brien and the Missions Office of the Archdiocese of Baltimore dedicate a new high school.
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