September 21, 2012

The Church and Politics

I disagree with most pundits, and perhaps, most Americans. We deserve our politicians and our laws. Candidates feed us a fictitious narrative that Washington is broken (this much is true), but the American people are exceptional. They tell us: send me to Washington, and I’ll fix it by restoring honesty,
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Walking in the light of God

I had the privilege of attending the African Eucharistic Congress last month in Bethesda, representing St. Bernardine Parish and the archdiocesan Office of African American Catholic Ministries. The first day marked the 18th Conference of African Clergy and Religious who live and minister in the United States, a day of unity and support.
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Dare to love

It was every parent’s worst nightmare. Their teenage daughter had attempted suicide, and now the doctors and specialists at the hospital were working hard to resuscitate the girl.
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Older basketball players still driving hard

After injuring himself in a basketball tournament in Florida, David Gately was hobbling up and down the stairs of his home, eliciting snickers from his son, David Jr., one of the players he coaches at Calvert Hall College High School in Towson.
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Educators get a lesson in the digital generation

Ian Jukes spoke to more than 250 Catholic school educators from 35 schools across the Archdiocese of Baltimore Sept. 21.
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