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February 14, 2018

On another St. Valentine’s Day, health struggle only strengthens bond of couple

The love story of Jerry and Renee Buettner, one that begins in the early 1970s, is intertwined with their faith.
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Maryland Assembly will not consider physician-assisted suicide

Legislation regarding physician-assisted suicide (PAS) will not be introduced during the 2018 Maryland General Assembly.
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Archbishop Lori’s Homily – Ash Wednesday 2018

This year Ash Wednesday has a lot of competition. One is the Winter Olympics and the other is, of course, Valentine’s Day. In fact, a parishioner said to me, “You’re out of luck this year,” Archbishop! I don’t think many people will pay attention to Ash Wednesday. The competition’s just too stiff.”
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Can blessed automobile be auctioned?

Father Doyle answers a question on whether blessed objects can be sold.
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Archbishop Lori Seeks New Focus on Dr. King’s Call to Nonviolence

In major letter to mark the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s death, Maryland Catholic leader reflects on recent violence, invites the entire community to “a lasting conversion of heart”
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Archbishop Lori pens pastoral letter on Martin Luther King Jr., nonviolence

The upcoming 50th anniversary of the assassination of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. prompted Baltimore Archbishop William E. Lori to write a pastoral letter on the civil rights leader’s principles of nonviolence.
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