September 16, 2015

Archdiocese of Baltimore and Catholic Review Sponsor 108-Mile Walking Pilgrimage to Philadelphia and Papal Mass

A priest of the Archdiocese of Baltimore and the managing editor of the official newspaper of the Archdiocese, The Catholic Review, will lead a 20-person Pilgrimage of Love and Mercy, a 108-mile walk from Baltimore to Philadelphia. They will honor Pope Francis’ first visit to the United States and raise funds for both the archdiocese...
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Countdown to the visit of Pope Francis: Part 3: Papal visit merchandise, memorabilia, souvenirs, and keepsakes

Counting down: Just six days until Pope Francis arrives in the USA! Papal memorabilia galore:If you are traveling in the vicinity of the cities that Pope Francis will visit next week, you will likely see lots of displays of souvenirs related to this first apostolic visit to the United States.Memorabilia vendors are
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Maryland members of Congress prepare for pope’s address, distribute hot tickets

Congressmen take different approaches to distributing their tickets for seeing Pope Francis.
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Pope has high hopes for his ‘mission’ to Cuba-U.S., asks for prayers

Pope Francis asked for prayers for his trip to Cuba and the United States, calling it “a mission” he had high hopes for.
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Mercy High among 22 institutions joining “Feet for Francis” charitable shoe drive

22 institutions within the Archdiocese of Baltimore are collecting shoes in the "Feet for Francis" charitable shoe drive.
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Full coverage of Pope Francis’ historic visit to America

The Catholic Review provides full coverage of Pope Francis' historic visit to the United States.
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Westminster parish sends seven on walking pilgrimage to Philadelphia

At St. John Parish in Westminster, youth ministry strengthens the body, along with the spirit.
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A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single baptism invitation

Before I tell you what we did last weekend, I should probably explain that I grew up with a skewed understanding of what a day trip is. I have a vivid childhood memory of the Easter Sunday when we woke up, went to Mass, jumped in the car, drove 5 ½ hours
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