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April 24, 2012

Book Review: Family’s faith will lift you up

“Emails from Heaven” is not an easy book to read. But the truth is, life isn’t always easy.
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Older residents can travel the globe

Adventure has a name, but it’s not Indiana Jones. It’s Barbara Walker, a 93-year-old globe-trotter.
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Stage Fright

When Leo’s preschool had their Spring Concert last week, our son performed on stage for the first time. Leo is not a shy child, but we were not sure how he would handle this entirely new situation. It turned out to be very difficult for him, and he was clearly
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Godparents

In an election year such as this, one question exists on every voter’s mind: “Who is the best person for the job?” 2012 will bring another important decision for my household involving candidates of a different variety: Godparents. With the arrival of our second child less than two months away,
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Music teacher keeps others singing

Helen Brown retired from the music classroom in Baltimore City’s public schools more than 30 years ago, but she never really stopped teaching.
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Nonprofit finds a new home at Irvington parish

A Baltimore nonprofit that provides shelter for the homeless is one step closer to securing its new home, making use of a vacant Catholic school.
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DREAM Act hurts citizenry

I must take issue with George Matysek’s article, “DREAM Act, a means of changing lives” (CR, March 22).
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Irony in Titanic memorial

“Libertytown remembers Titanic” (CR, April 5) mentions that the Titanic memorial at St. Peter the Apostle Church in Libertytown was blessed by Redemptorist Father Francis Klauder in April 1912.
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Don’t subsidize disrespect

What Major League Baseball management did by holding Opening Day on Good Friday, April 6, was nothing less than morally offensive to Christians and Catholics everywhere.
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‘God is my assistant editor’

  “More reach than you realize.” That was one of the slogans the Catholic Review used a few years back as a way of getting people thinking about how the newspaper connects with the wider community. During a recent talk for a Theology on Tap group at the Greene Turtle in Fells
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Woodlawn offers cultural bridge for Koreans

Holy Korean Martyrs helps parishioners keep both their Catholic and Korean identities.
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St. Frances to pilot boarding program

St. Frances Academy will house and educate seven young men who are homeless begining in the fall.
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