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July 10, 2012

Catholic Review Column: After the Fortnight

I am deeply grateful to all who made the opening Mass for the Fortnight for Freedom at the Basilica of the Assumption so beautiful – the many people who attended, the spirit of gratitude for our God-given freedoms that was so evident, coupled with a genuine love of country and concern for the common good....
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Former championship Archbishop Curley baseball coach, teacher dies

Al Frank, a former history teacher at Archbishop Curley High School and the Friars’ baseball coach from 1963 to 2004, died July 6. He was 74.
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Tired and sore

Chalene Johnson is CEO of Powder Blue Productions and Fitness Professional. (http://turbokick.com and Powder Blue Productions)  As a fitness professional, many people assume that I can do just about anything that requires physical effort. So, if I ask someone to do push ups, and I do it with them, they assume
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St. Frances Academy produces Olympian

A 2004 graduate of St. Frances Academy will be on the 2012 U.S. Olympic women's team.
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After the Fortnight

Baltimore Archbishop William E. Lori talks about the Fortnight for Freedom and what's ahead.
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Atheist can’t believe he can get a discount without faith

An atheist strikes up an argument against a Lancaster, Pa., restaurant.
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Marylanders to vote on same-sex marriage in November

A referendum to overturn Maryland’s same-sex marriage law will be on November’s ballot.
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