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June 28, 2012

Mountains are moving as Teresa waits for a new heart

A few weeks ago, I invited you to pray that Teresa would be listed for a heart transplant. God is so good! Prayer has moved mountains yet again for Teresa! Not only has this sweet little girl been listed to receive a transplant, but her family received the news that their
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Sacred Heart of Jesus carnival draws crowd

Sacred Heart of Jesus Church turned its parking lot into a carnival for all to enjoy.
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Retiring longtime Crofton pastor known for compassion, sincerity

After serving St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Crofton for 25 years, Father Edward C. Connelly is retiring July 1.
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The sad case of Karen Klein: a bullied grandmother and the collapse of authority

By now, most people have seen the heartbreaking video of Karen Klein, a bus monitor, being endlessly tormented by a group of middle school students, who mocked, poked, and threatened her. Klein does her best to ignore the taunts, but at one point, she breaks down into tears. It’s upsetting
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Local author finds God’s presence

I was fortunate enough to be given a copy of “I Never Really Left” by Jozef J. Goethals.
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Sí, se puede; Yes, we can

We may have heard the expression: “¡Sí, se puede!,” and wondered just what does it mean. In English, Sí, se puede means something similar to: “Yes, we can,” or “Yes, it is possible.”
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Father Sylvester Peterka is sent forth

The parishes of Immaculate Conception and St. Cecilia in Baltimore will soon say goodbye to their longtime pastor, leader, spiritual advisor and friend, Vincentian Father Sylvester Peterka.
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Pope will bestow palliums in Rome

Each year on the feast of Sts. Peter and Paul, June 29, the pope bestows on new metropolitan archbishops from around the world a special vestment called a pallium.
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Pallium signifies bond to pope

Archbishop Lori shares his thoughts as he prepares to receive the pallium June 29.
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Baltimore archbishop prepares for pallium in Rome

  ROME – Pilgrims joining Archbishop William E. Lori in the Eternal City to witness the ceremony in which he will receive the pallium from Pope Benedict XVI had a busy first couple of days. The group includes some folks from the Archdiocese of Baltimore, as well as some of the
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Mass at the Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere

I. Introduction It is a particular joy for me to celebrate Mass here in this Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere, during these days which bring me to Rome to receive the Pallium from the Holy Father, symbolizing my communion and that of the Archdiocese of Baltimore, the first of the dioceses of the United...
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