September 9, 2016

From suffering to hope: Persecuted Vietnamese community embraces faith

Huddled in a wet corner of a cramped North Vietnamese concentration camp, Luke Le Sinh whispered prayers as his emaciated cellmates slept beside him
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Exploring the final frontier, Star Trek offered peace, paper says

Honoring Star Trek’s 50th anniversary, the Vatican newspaper said the popular series gave the world a model of peace and cooperation.
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Tech World: From K to 12, Annapolis school readies students

From kindergarten through 12th grade, students of St. Mary’s are receiving a cutting-edge education.
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Catholicism’s empty quarter

Québec, once home to legions of confessors of the faith, badly needs such men and women again.
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NDP grad shines with swim gold at Rio Paralympics

Rebecca Meyers is majoring in history in college. She made some Sept. 8 at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
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Archbishop Lori leads prayer walk in Sandtown-Winchester

“We need peace in the streets, and the church’s presence may be the turning point,” Trudy Scott said.
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