August 7, 2012

Pilgrims complete 100-mile trek for religious freedom

Father John Lombardi talks about what it was like to complete the 100-mile pilgrimage from Hancock to the Baltimore basilica.
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Filipino leaders launch new archdiocesan council

Filipino Catholic leaders in the Archdiocese of Baltimore formed a council to promote and foster solidarity among their communities.
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Project Good Help connects young women’s faith to service

Faith and service were at the heart of a short-term volunteer experience for young women sponsored by the Sisters of Bon Secours in Baltimore Aug. 2-8.
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Carmelo Anthony and Steve Wojciechowski Making Baltimore Proud At Olympics

  Carmelo Anthony of the U.S. smiles during his game against Nigeria at the men's preliminary basketball game during the London 2012 Olympic Games Aug. 2. Anthony played basketball at the now-closed Towson Catholic High in Maryland during the 2000 and 2001 season. (CNS photo/Mike Segar, Reuters)  As the USA Men's Olympic
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From World Youth Day to Haiti, Amanda Brechbill makes a difference

 I first met Amanda Brechbill a year ago. She was part of the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s contingent to World Youth Day in Madrid. During my ten days covering the group, I noticed Amanda was a sweet, caring teenager who made friends with everyone on the trip.Recently, as I scanned my
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Five, four, three, two, one…family art project!

  Around here, our boys’ interests come in stages. Lately, we’re into rockets, the first stage, the second stage, and the third stage. We started talking seriously about rockets when John added Tomorrow Land: Disney in Space and Beyond to our limited DVD collection. The suit-wearing scientists and whimsical cartoons describing outer
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