November 3, 2016

Movie Review: ‘Inferno’

While not exactly hellish, “Inferno,” director Ron Howard’s screen version of Dan Brown’s 2013 novel, does produce some of the purgatorial tedium of sitting around in a dentist’s waiting room.
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Religious patch cracks left in wake of disaster

When the Benedictine monks in Norcia led prayers before the ruins of their medieval city, they showed one way the church steps into action in times of crisis.
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Coffee & Doughnuts with Thomas B. Smyth

Meet Dr. Thomas B. Smyth, CEO of University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center and parishioner of St. Isaac Jogues, Carney.
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Three lessons for young Catholics

Most Catholics still don’t get that their vocation is to carry their faith into the marketplace, into schools, into office buildings, into the corridors of government, into sports stadiums and into the streets.
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Stakes raised on freedom

By suggesting that the government be free to force people of faith to violate their consciences, the USCCR report puts all our charitable works at risk.
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Election outcome expected to influence religious freedom in health care

Catholic physicians express concern over the erosion of conscience protections for hospitals and health care workers.
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