December 5, 2012

Annual Red Mass a source of spiritual strength for lawyers, attendees say

Catholics in Maryland’s legal community gathered Dec. 4 at the Shrine of St. Alphonsus, Baltimore, for the annual Red Mass.
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Paralympian visits Our Lady of Perpetual Help

Austin Maltagliati, an eighth-grader at Our Lady of Perpetual Help School, has a new appreciation for people with disabilities after meeting a Paralympic gold medalist.
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Catholic Charities’ annual breakfast celebrates record $3 million raised

Catholic Charities of Baltimore has raised a record $3 million this year, the organization announced Dec. 5 at its annual leadership breakfast.
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Prisoner in police custody shoots gun at St. Joseph, no one hurt

A confrontation between a Baltimore County prisoner receiving medical care and a police officer attending him Dec. 5 caused the officer’s gun to fire into a wall at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center in Towson.
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A preschooler’s Nutcracker is sweet

  When Leo brought home a permission slip to go to the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall with his Pre-K class today, I was a bit taken aback. Attending a symphony concert hasn’t been high on our list of places to go as a family. In fact, if you had asked me, I
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