April 11, 2018

Good Enough Is Good Enough: Q&A with Author Colleen Duggan

“Writing is such a form of prayer,” Colleen told me. “When I get out of the way, the Holy Spirit can really work through me."
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Interfaith prayer service for MLK features Atlanta pastor

The son of two Pentecostal pastors, Rev. Warnock responded to the call of ministry at a very early age, and at age 35, became the fifth and the youngest person ever called to the senior pastorate of Ebenezer Baptist Church, founded in 1886.
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60 scholars honored at archdiocesan convocation

Top-performing seniors from each Catholic high school within the Archdiocese of Baltimore were honored for academic achievement at the 26th annual Distinctive Scholars Convocation April 10.
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Sister Maria Voorneveld, I.H.M., dies at 95

Sister Maria Voorneveld, I.H.M., died March 27 at 95. She taught at St. Bernadine Elementary School in Baltimore (1948-55) and was a member of the support staff at Mother Seton Academy in Baltimore (1995-2006).
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Sister Elizabeth Doyle, O.S.F., dies at 98

Sister Elizabeth Doyle, former principal and teacher at Immaculate Conception School in Towson and teacher at St. Anthony in Baltimore, died April 3. She was 98.
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East Baltimore man dedicated to parish, food bank

Dwayne Coleman uses his free time to volunteer at St. Wenceslaus in Baltimore and the parish’s Lucielle Fitzgerald Outreach Center, which will be re-dedicated April 21 at 10 a.m.
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Repentant sinners need merciful confessors, not inquisitors, pope says

Pope Francis told 550 priests he designated as "missionaries of mercy" that being merciful in the confessional helps penitents return to God without fear, even if they repeatedly stumble or slip.
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