July 31, 2014

Catholic Review Column: Practicing What We Preach

The Catholic Church, including here in the United States, has a long history of serving immigrants. Through parishes, Catholic Charities and various Catholic religious communities of men and women, the church has been a haven and a source of Christian love, providing newcomers with basic necessities for sustaining human life as well as assistance with...
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Beauty beneath the grime: Basilica’s Stations of the Cross undergo restoration

Gently wielding a thin bamboo skewer tipped with a bit of rolled cotton, Nancy R. Pollak gingerly dabbed the painting of Jesus.
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Family unfriendly dining

A popular California restaurant has installed a "no children" policy, including a prominent sign which reads, "No Strollers.  No High Chairs.  No Booster Seats.  Children crying or making loud noises are a distraction to other diners, and as such are not allowed in the dining room."  My brother sent me
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Flourishing youth group a ‘secret’ at Glen Burnie parishes

Glen Burnie parishes have shared faith formation and youth ministry programs for three years.
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Commentary: Swing for the fences

My baseball coach asked the impossible of me and chances are yours did too.
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