October 12, 2016

28th Week Year II; Priests’ Convocation Mass

I. Introduction A. Over at Xerox, a highly paid Board of Directors, senior management, and indeed managers and employees at all levels ponder the mission of the company. Does it exist to sell copiers as it did years ago or does it exist to help companies manage documents and work flow? We can be sure...
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Interfaith Leaders Call on President and Congress to Reject Biased Religious Liberty Report

WASHINGTON—Archbishop William E. Lori, Chairman of the USCCB’s Ad Hoc Committee for Religious Liberty, and Bishop Gregory J. Mansour of the Eparchy of Saint Maron of Brooklyn, joined leaders from diverse faiths in writing to President Barack Obama, Senate President Pro Tempore Orrin Hatch, and House Speaker Paul Ryan concerning a report released last month...
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Letter asks Obama, Congress to disavow bias claim in commission report

A letter to President Barack Obama and congressional leaders asks them to "renounce publicly" a contentious sentence in the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights' report that equates religious freedom with discrimination.
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End ‘inhumane’ hostilities now, rescue civilians in Syria, pope pleads

As attacks intensify in Syria, Pope Francis called for an immediate cease-fire so that civilians, especially children, could be rescued from the ruins.
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University of Notre Dame program puts athletics in perspective for two Anne Arundel Catholic schools

Play Like a Champion Today is centered on the “principles of justice, tolerance, respect and solidarity.”
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Sister Marie Elise Regan, former Catonsville principal, dies at 83

Sister Marie Elise Regan was principal of St. Agnes School in Catonsville from 1969 to 1972.
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