May 9, 2013

Under pall of Gosnell trial, are Maryland’s new abortion laws being enforced?

The Philadelphia murder trial of Dr. Kermit Gosnell, an abortion provider accused of cutting the spinal cords of infants delivered alive during abortion procedures, has exposed not only the grisly details of his practice, but also the negligence of several Pennsylvania governmental agencies.
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Calvert Hall principal to retire after nearly five decades at Towson school

Lou Heidrick began his career as an educator in 1965 at Calvert Hall College High School.
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Keeping perspective during a half-empty, half-full kind of day

(Photo via Flickr: kalyan02)If I had posted Facebook statuses throughout my day yesterday, it might have sounded rather miserable. But when I look at it with a half-full approach, I realize it was actually a perfectly fine day.Bad: Our son got sick in the car on the way to school.Good: He
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Movie Review: The Great Gatsby

A great American novel doesn’t always, it seems, translate into a sure-fire film property.
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Ascension observed May 11-12

The feast of the Ascension of the Lord, a holy day of obligation, is May 9 but will be observed in churches throughout the Archdiocese of Baltimore the weekend of May 11-12.
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