January 31, 2014

3rd Friday A Ordinary Time – St. John Bosco

Introduction Currently, I am a member of a search committee charged with finding a new president for Mt. St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, MD. In that capacity, I expected to work hard but sadly, did not expect to be inspired. I was wrong. One of the candidates was asked how best to advance the Catholic...
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The John Carroll School celebrates 50 years of Catholic education

The John Carroll School is celebrating its golden anniversary, marking five decades since its opening.
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Candle-lit vigil pays tribute to victims of Columbia Mall shooting

As the sun set on Columbia Jan. 30, hundreds gathered in the cold for an interdenominational candle-lit vigil.
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In Catholic schools, lessons learned beyond the classroom

Some of the most valuable lessons I learned at St. John the Evangelist School in Hydes did not come during a 50-minute class session.
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Catholic Schools Week Part 2: What’s missing in Catholic education today? The good Sisters!!

      It's Catholic Schools Week: Yesterday in Part 1, I shared the reflections of Catholic school students--past and present--on the impact and influences that their school experiences had on their lives and those in their families. As I shared yesterday, our Catholic schools have had a tremendous impact on the lives of
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It’s time to be courageous

Opportunities abound to see the dignity of human life all around us.
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Cardinal O’Brien sees pope driving change

Cardinal O'Brien spoke Jan. 27 to a gathering of seminarians and faculty at St. Mary's Seminary and University in Roland Park.
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Oak Crest honors longtime Catholic chaplain

Suplician Father Joseph Bonadio has been celebrating Mass at Oak Crest for nearly 20 years.
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Fun with science: Cathedral School holds science day for students

Marija Vasiljevic and Ayobami Ward, neuroscience students at The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, answered questions for students.
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