August 31, 2017

At convocation, Baltimore Archdiocese educators called to ‘make disciples’

Bishop Adam J. Parker implored educators to heed his motto, “Go Make Disciples.” Jim Sellinger, the chancellor of education for the Archdiocese of Baltimore, declared it the “Year of the Teacher.”
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Unlikely trinity straightens a crooked line

Every so often I am asked how I started in photography. The short answer is an unlikely trinity: Dad, “Uncle Walt” and Father Marcel – in that order.
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Movie Review: ‘All Saints’

Sincere but less than slick, the low-key, fact-based drama "All Saints" (Sony) celebrates Christian faith and family life. Believers, accordingly, will likely be inclined to overlook its artistic shortcomings.
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Kansas nun shares memories of her brother who is on path to sainthood

He had a great empathy for the poor, Sister Marita said. Though many of his flock spoke Spanish, a year or two after he began his missionary work in Santiago Atitlan, he asked to begin training in the Tzutujil language, one of the 21 Mayan languages spoken in Guatemala, so that he could better serve...
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Mobile Response Center vehicle will make reaching the needy easier for local Catholic Charities

Thanks to a partnership with Catholic Charities USA and Ford Motor Company, Catholic Charities in Baltimore, Arlington and Washington and will be able to provide curbside assistance to area homeless and poverty-stricken communities for one week each month.
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Archbishop Lori’s Homily: 2017 Catholic Schools Convocation

Not surprisingly, studies show that Catholic schools make a profound difference in the faith-lives of students. Many of the young people who practice their faith, get involved in the Church’s life, help to serve the poor and the needy, and embrace a priestly or religious vocation – many of them are young people you have...
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