October 27, 2015

Women CEOs say faith guides their work in bringing Gospel to the needy

Together, the Catholic organizations led by three women serve millions of people each year across the United States and around the world.
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Movie Review: ‘Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension’

A horror franchise once noted for its restrained use of violence and clever methods of building suspense reaches the point of creative exhaustion with its sixth chapter.
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Let it burn

Have you ever been so frustrated by crime or the inability of law enforcement to make a solid difference? Many of us have when the police get some drug dealers off the street and it seems like two more pop up in their place. They return to the streets, defy
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Rugby’s Jesuit links on display in Towson

“Rugby is a sport that, sort of by its very nature, fosters a brotherhood between players,” Kenny Ames said.
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The boy without a story

It’s been a long time since I wrote about Leo. A year, to be exact. But, there’s a good reason for that. A VERY good reason. When I’m teaching creative writing courses, I tell my students that every story is rooted in conflict. I write “No problem = no story” in
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Just in case you haven’t noticed my new necklace…

A few weeks ago a friend mentioned she would be selling handmade jewelry at a festival in Baltimore. Sarah is incredibly talented—she’s musical and artistic and a mother and so amazing in so many ways—so I was curious to see her work.I don’t wear much jewelry, but when I visited
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