March 5, 2013

History channel debuts 10-hour miniseries ‘The Bible’

A husband and wife team created this small-screen offering on the History channel.
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Annual Mass shows faith at core of Scouting

Archbishop William E. Lori addresses some 250 Boy and Girl Scouts March 3.
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Death penalty repeal, gun control in State House spotlight

The Maryland Catholic Conference was optimistic a bill to repeal Maryland’s death penalty would soon pass the Senate.
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The next pope

It’s been painful watching the media attempt to cover the papal succession. Beyond the incessant coverage of Catholic scandals (real and imagined), everyone seems to have an opinion of what the next pope should do or what he should be like. Many of their views regarding the next pope are
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The macaroni principle

 If Collin had it his way, he would eat macaroni and cheese for every meal, every day. It’s pretty typical for a 3-year-old, and who could blame him? Macaroni and cheese is the ultimate comfort food. But, boy cannot live on Annie’s shells and cheddar alone. And so begins the
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Cardinals O’Malley, DiNardo: No rush to set date for conclave

Two U.S. cardinals who will vote in the upcoming papal election say there is no rush to set a date for voting, which could start as late as March 20.
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