February 27, 2013

Baltimore Area Catholics Mark Holy Father’s Final Day as Pope; Holy See Announces Protocols

Students, faculty and staff from School of the Cathedral will gather for a special Mass at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, 5200 N. Charles Street, at 1 p.m. on Thursday, February 28, in honor of Pope Benedict XVI’s final day as Pontiff. The Mass will conclude at 2 p.m., which marks the official beginning...
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Holocaust Remembrance Day: Indeed, We Remember Them

Edmund Burke is acknowledged for the famous saying "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing." This week our John Carroll Senior Class of 2013 worked hard to make it known that good people can and do indeed make a positive difference in the
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On our second night of our black and white art class, which also happened to be Valentine’s Day, Patrick and I were assigned portraiture, and chose each other as subjects.  We didn’t realize just how challenging and meaningful the assignment would be.Portraiture is something I’ve enjoyed since I began taking
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‘I lied, I stole, I pulled the cat’s tail’: Grandma’s lessons on confession

During this penitential season of Lent, it was refreshing to receive this vignette from my oldest brother, about our maternal grandmother and her experience of the Sacrament of Reconciliation, known in her day simply as “Penance” or “Confession.” Granny Kohs told my brother this story once she found out he was studying German. Our ancesters
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Memories and lessons from Mary Corey

Before I came to the Catholic Review and worked under the immensely insightful direction of the late writer and editor Christopher Gaul, I had another mentor.Baltimore Sun editor Mary Corey spoke on a career panel at what is now Notre Dame of Maryland University. I was a senior, and it
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