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April 23, 2014

Exhibit Commemorating 1995 Visit of Pope John Paul II to Baltimore Opens Today

In honor of Blessed John Paul II’s canonization this Sunday, April 27, 2014, the Archdiocese and the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary have created a special exhibit commemorating the former Pope’s visit to Baltimore in 1995. The exhibit, which opens April 24, will be housed in the...
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Who is St. George?

 St. George might be the world’s most popular saint. Really, you might ask, what about St. Francis or St. Joseph? You’re probably not alone in your skepticism, but have you ever heard of the story of a knight saving a princess from a dragon? Well, that’s the legend of St.
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Our Lady of the Mountains parishioner feels at home in Italy, with religious men and women

Kathy Mattingly, who taught for 36 years at Catholic schools in Allegany County, is enjoying her journey to Italy for the canonizations.
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Inside Sports: Our Lady of Mount Carmel School freshman brings joy to sports teams

Robbie Long, a freshman with autism at Our Lady of Mount Carmel High School in Essex, plays three sports.
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St. Clement I, Lansdowne, parishioner stabbed to death in his home

Willard Dimitri Rykowski, a longtime parishioner of St. Clement I in Lansdowne, was found stabbed to death in his Halethorpe home.
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The spiritual fatherhood of St. John Paul II

Archbishop William E. Lori continues to find guidance and inspiration in Blessed John Paul II, with whom he shared a greeting in Rome when Archbishop Lori was an auxiliary bishop in the Archdiocese of Washington.
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