Day

September 18, 2015

Religious Liberty as a Cornerstone of Human Dignity

Introduction Thank you, President Garvey, Judge Starr, and Dr. Farr. My warmest thanks to all who have organized this summit on religious freedom in these days just prior to the visit of Pope Francis to the United States. Speaking of Pope Francis, let me begin these reflections on religious liberty as a cornerstone of human...
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Catholic Schools Prepare to Mark the Visit of Pope Francis to the United States

Several Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore are planning to mark the visit of Pope Francis in creative and faith-inspiring ways. ARCHBISHOP CURLEY HIGH SCHOOL (BALTIMORE) Students will participate in the Feet for Francis initiative by collecting 1,000 pairs of shoes.The school is also sending a bus with students and faculty members to attend...
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Copy of Catholic Schools Prepare to Mark the Visit of Pope Francis to the United States

Several Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore are planning to mark the visit of Pope Francis in creative and faith-inspiring ways. ARCHBISHOP CURLEY HIGH SCHOOL (BALTIMORE) Students will participate in the Feet for Francis initiative by collecting 1,000 pairs of shoes.The school is also sending a bus with students and faculty members to attend...
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Bradshaw cantor lends voice to Blessed Serra’s canonization Mass

Christina Massimei, principal cantor of St. Stephen Parish, Bradshaw, will serve as the cantor for the papal Mass in Washington Sept. 23.
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Yearning to see pope is a family tradition

Deacon Miguel Sainz and his wife, Isabel, met St. John Paul II in October 1995, when the pope visited the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Homeland. (Special to the Review/Olivia Obineme)
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Pope names U.S. Jesuit planetary scientist to head Vatican Observatory

Pope Francis named U.S. Jesuit Brother Guy Consolmagno to be the new director of the Vatican Observatory.
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Up close and personal with the pope

I’m fairly sure that I have never seen a pope without writing about it or taking pictures for publication. That’s not a bad thing, but it changes your perspective a bit.
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Christians and Jews feed Baltimore’s homeless, have lively discussion of ‘The Giving Tree’

Shel Silverstein’s children’s classic, “The Giving Tree," was the focal point of a lively discussion among Christians and Jews in Baltimore.
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For dignity and respect, immigrant women walking 100 miles to Pope Francis

By walking from Pennsylvania to Washington, 100 women hope to get Pope Francis’ attention so he can deliver a message about justice.
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