February 8, 2018

Movie Review: ‘Peter Rabbit’

That rustling sound you hear is famed children's author Beatrix Potter spinning in her grave, distressed at what has been done to her beloved characters in "Peter Rabbit" (Columbia).
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Changing places: St. Casimir School makes use of varied seating options

St. Casimir Catholic School in Canton is among a growing list of schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore that use flexible seating to enhance learning.
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Men without conviction, churches without people

Christianity is dying in western Europe. But the Gospel has power, and those who believe that, and preach it in the conviction that it can transform and ennoble lives, can still get a hearing.
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Finding a new focus this Lent

Sometimes it takes a child to remind you of the challenges God places before us, the ways He wants us to refine ourselves more and more so we can be all He wants us to be in this world.
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Acts of love, courage are signs of God’s grace in the U.S., Trump says

Acts of love, courage and sacrifice by first responders, parents and children alike are hallmarks of a country that is rooted in prayer and deep faith in God, President Donald Trump told the National Prayer Breakfast.
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