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September 10, 2018

Fabric of Faith: A Q&A with Theresa Conlan of Happy Nest Home Goods

Theresa Conlan of Happy Nest Home Goods is releasing her first cross stitch patterns this week! We took a few minutes to chat about her art, her business, and her faith.
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National Rosary Congress website offers resources

A website devoted to the promotion of Rosary Congresses across the United States is providing resources to parishes, schools and dioceses that wish to host the seven-day period of prayer and reflection.
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Sisters of Charity listen and rebuild after natural disasters

WEST POINT, Ky (CNS) -- Debbie Floyd's home is filled with people measuring, cutting and using power tools, all of them covered with white dust from the drywall they're installing. This February, the Ohio River left its banks and surrounded the town of about 800 people, flooding all the homes on the city's edges, including...
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Dragon Boat races ‘brings out the best’ for Catholic Charities of Baltimore

A little rain – at some moments, actually, a lot of rain – didn’t keep paddlers or spectators away from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor Sept. 8, for Catholic Charities of Baltimore’s’ 11th Biennial Dragon Boat Races.
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Letter confirms Vatican officials knew of McCarrick allegations in 2000

A top official from the Vatican Secretariat of State acknowledged allegations made by a New York priest in 2000 concerning Archbishop Theodore E. McCarrick, according to a letter obtained by Catholic News Service.
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New leaders take up service at eight Catholic schools

Eight schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore are under new leadership this year.
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I have seen the face of Christ

Many years ago, I read an essay that pointed out that the church – whose head is Christ – must have a dual nature: like Jesus, both divine and human. If the church were not human, it would not be riddled with sinners and all that sin brings into our lives; but if the church...
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