July 24, 2012

“Nuns on the bus” deserved more coverage

I read with interest your extensive coverage of the Fortnight for Freedom (CR, July 12). However, I was disappointed to find a very short article buried at the bottom of Page 27 regarding “The Nuns On The Bus” protest of the Paul Ryan budget.
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Religious Sister of Mercy had ‘a heart of gold’

Baltimore native Sister Mary Magdala Thompson founded Loyola University Maryland's pastoral counseling program.
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Couples need to set aside time to talk each day, papal message says

Pope Benedict XVI “invites Christian couples to be ‘the gentle and smiling face of the church,’ the best and most convincing heralds of love sustained and nourished by faith."
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Notre Dame of Maryland University receives $90k for new nursing lab

Notre Dame of Maryland University School of Nursing has received a $90,000 grant from the Marion I. and Henry J. Knott Foundation for an obstetrics/pediatrics simulation lab.
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New archdiocesan vocation director gets to work

Father Michael A. DeAscanis talks about his goals as the new archdiocesan director of vocations.
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St. Thomas More Academy to relocate to rented site

St. Thomas More Academy in Buckeystown expects to open for the 2012-2013 school year in a former school building in Middletown after plans for relocating to another location fell through.
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