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January 8, 2015

Catholic Review Column: 2015, A Big Year for Families

Happy New Year! I pray this column, my first of 2015, finds you well, dear readers, and having enjoyed a happy and restful Christmas season. One of the great benefits of Christmas is that it provides many of us an opportunity to spend more time with our families. Too often during the year we fail to...
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Looking back: Playground to honor St. Margaret student

Six-year-old Annie McGann Cumpston’s vivid blue eyes dance with laughter as she playfully tosses back her head of corn silk blond hair.
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World without mothers would be inhumane, lacking tenderness, pope says

Mothers are indispensable to society and the church, the pope said to those gathered for his general audience.
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Chelley’s courage

 Chelley Vukmanic is a lot like me. A graduate of Salisbury University’s English program (where we met), who became a teacher, a wife, and a mom in rapid succession. She’s a cheerleading coach, too, which, along with her Catholic faith, has brought her the optimism and hope she needs to
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2015: A big year for families

Happy New Year! I pray this column, my first of 2015, finds you well, dear readers, and having enjoyed a happy and restful Christmas season.
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