January 22, 2014

Tuition chart highlights costs at area high schools

For the first time, the Catholic Review’s annual survey of high school tuition in the Archdiocese of Baltimore encompasses private, non-Catholic high schools.
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Divisions among Christians are ‘a scandal,’ pope says at audience

The divisions that exist among Christians are a source of pain and scandal, Pope Francis said.
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Pope urges business leaders to serve human dignity, common good

Business leaders have the power and the duty to reduce widespread inequality and “social exclusion,” the pope said.
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World’s worst boss?

Am I in the running for the world’s worst boss this morning?It’s relatively cozy at the offices of the Catholic Review Jan. 22, but the thermometer reads 5 degrees Fahrenheit, with the wind chill making the forecast 5 below, among the reasons schools are closed and many canceled their plans
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Young adults at helm of the fight for life

The bitter cold, wind and snow did not deter Andrew Guernsey from attending the annual National March for Life.
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