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July 2, 2012

Priests assigned to leadership posts

Archbishop William E. Lori announces priest assignments.
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Official Announcement of new priest assignments

This is the official announcement of priest assignments in the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
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Archbishop has hit the ground running

This is the first letter I have ever written to the Catholic Review.
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Disconnect between social doctrine, political practice

Stockton Bishop Stephen Blaire recently expressed concern about some national groups in the church turning the issue of religious liberty into a political fight and about Rep. Paul Ryan’s federal budget curbing increased government spending on welfare programs.
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Father Sparklin has first-hand patient experience

Father Paul Sparklin can identify with the patients he visited at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. It wasn’t long ago that he was a patient himself.
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Despite storm destruction, Clarksville picnic goes on

Storms June 29 affect parishes throughout the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
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The best feeling in the world

Since the birth of my second child five weeks ago, I’ve struggled to find a meaningful way to describe the experience for you. Our world is a revolving door with people coming and going at an astonishing rate. Nearly 50, 000 babies are born every day. So why should you
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Guest commentary: Remember veterans

Dennis Smith, director of the VA Maryland Health Care System, talks about the meaning Fourth of July has for veterans.
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The power of losing electricity

The lights flickered once, then twice, and stayed on. Just when we were thinking we might not lose electricity, the neighborhood went dark. We had just enough time to find the flashlights and go to bed. When we woke up Saturday morning, you could feel the heat creeping into the house.
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