May 1, 2013

Baltimore Basilica to be Illuminated in Honor of Maryland Death Penalty Repeal

The interior and exterior lights of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Baltimore will be lit beginning at dusk on May 2, 2013 and will remain illuminated overnight in honor of the Thursday signing of legislation repealing Maryland’s death penalty. Archbishop William E. Lori testified in...
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Part 2: The Four Secrets to Happiness – Mom Style

Part 2: TrustWhat do online shopping, dining in restaurants, and taking trips by bus, train, and plane have in common?  They’re all things that make our lives easier and more pleasurable, but at a heftier cost than many realize. We could refuse to buy online, and only pay for things at
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Mother’s Day holds special meaning for new mom

Mother’s Day is fast approaching, and it takes on new meaning for me this year because it’s my first as a mother.
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Put faith in the Risen Lord

Psychologists tell us that most of human behavior can be summed up in the three wants: approval, control and safety. The seven deadly sins could be summed up in some form of wanting.
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Called to serve: Sixteen men to be ordained as permanent deacons

Baltimore Archbishop William E. Lori will ordain 16 men to the permanent diaconate May 11 during a 10 a.m. Mass at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Homeland.
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