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January 24, 2018

Thank you, God, for the usual

Every morning when I ask, “What would you like for breakfast today?” our fourth grader says, “The usual.”
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Wittman never stopped giving to Catholic institutions in Baltimore and beyond

Raised at St. Patrick’s orphanage in Fells Point, Jack Wittman never stopped giving back to the Catholic Church, outreach that included nearly two decades on the board of the Catholic Review.
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Straight to heaven?/ Responsibility for grandchildren

Father Doyle fields questions about going to heaven and the responsibility for taking care of the faith of grandchildren.
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An evening with William Lane Craig

What I found most uplifting about the session was that a Protestant and a Catholic—both committed to their respective traditions—could come together in fellowship, good cheer, and mutual support
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Movie Review: ’12 Strong’

True military adventures don't come any more rousing than "12 Strong," the story of a tiny Special Forces unit that won a significant early victory against both the Taliban and al-Qaida in the weeks after 9/11.
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Sharing ‘fake news’ makes one an accomplice in evil, pope says

People have a responsibility to check the source of what they share on social media to ensure it is not "fake news" designed to further prejudices or increase fear, Pope Francis said.
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USCCB president calls for prayer after pair of school shootings

Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo of Galveston-Houston called for prayers for the victims killed and injured in a pair of school shootings in Kentucky and Texas.
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Service learning at Notre Dame Prep aids refugees

“The social service program exists to connect students to the broader community surrounding NDP, specifically through the lens of transformation and justice,” said Steven Pomplon, director of the school’s social service program.
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