June 9, 2015

Movie Review: Spy

Spy could have been a lot of fun, but is ruined by an excess of crude material and vulgar dialogue.
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For graduates

It's hard to imagine someone who isn't excited for graduation, theirs or someone else's. After all, this is a moment that marks achievement on a number of levels. Whether it’s leaving the nap time of kindergarten behind, finishing a vocational school, or finally getting the degree you've worked for, there
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Sister Rose Monica Katusz, O.S.F., missionary to Africa, dies

A funeral Mass for Sister of St. Francis of Philadelphia Rose Monica Katusz, a Dundalk parishioner and alumna of The Catholic High School of Baltimore, was offered June 2 at Our Lady of Angels Convent Chapel in Aston, Pa. Sister Rose died May 30 at Assisi House in Aston. She was 68.
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With incarceration, homelessness in rearview, Baltimore man navigates road to self-reliance

Thirty-nine-year-old Randy Johnson sees himself as a “success story in development,” though that status was less than evident two decades ago.
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Obama in CHA address thanks organization for supporting health care law

Obama said that without the support of CHA president and CEO Sister Carol Keehan, healthcare reform would not have passed.
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Hellos and goodbyes and other thoughts inspired by butterflies

Our first butterfly emerged while I was cooking a can of soup in the kitchen. The second one came out while we were at Mass and a picnic lunch. The third and fourth shed their chrysalides while we were at work and school.Now we are waiting to meet our fifth
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