October 10, 2016

The power of a thank you

I was sitting in my office at my former parish of St. Mary in Hagerstown not too long ago when one of our faithful parishioners who is involved in pro-life ministry stopped by to see me. She had been praying just down the street from our church outside a “reproductive
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Nurse exudes good lifestyle

When it comes to living with diabetes, Michelle Sheldon-Rubio isn’t shy about offering some food for thought about a disease with which 1.4 million Americans are diagnosed every year.
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Off the beaten path: Pope looks far afield for new cardinals

Under Pope Francis, the idea that some large archdioceses are always led by a cardinal is fading, but is not altogether gone.
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Archbishop Lori’s Homily: Installation of Father Raymond Harris

Father Harris follows a long line of distinguished priests yet he also brings gifts which, in my judgment and yours, are so necessary for Holy Family Parish at this juncture in its history.
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Women’s conference at Mount draws hundreds to bear ‘Witness of Mercy’

“(Mercy is) not just something we do for a year,” the archbishop said. “It really affects how we live our faith going forward.”
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