December 13, 2018

Creche up for one day, then Delaware town’s leaders order its removal

A manger scene can make people feel good at Christmas and that's what Patty Derrick and her friends in Rehoboth Beach were aiming for when they spoke to town leaders about erecting a creche that has been part of the beach town for about a half-century.
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Cardinal Pell found guilty of sex abuse, expected to appeal, reports say

Australian Cardinal George Pell reportedly has been found guilty on five charges related to serious sexual misconduct involving two boys at St. Patrick's Cathedral in Melbourne in the 1990s.
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Sister Mary Patricia Murtagh, D.C., dies at 87

A native of New York, Sister Mary Patricia entered the Daughters of Charity in 1952, and served as a teacher at St. John School in Baltimore, 1953-55.
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Movie Review: ‘Green Book’

"Green Book" (Universal) opens with a singer in the Copacabana nightclub in New York belting out "That Old Black Magic." Therein lies its flaw. This high-minded saga of race relations in 1962 is hobbled by sentimentality thicker than the marinara sauce which occasionally appears. It doesn't so much lean into stereotypes as take flying, cringe-worthy...
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Brooklyn stained glass studio creates windows for Liberty Heights church

Saints from the Americas constitute half of those depicted in new stained- glass windows at New All Saints in Liberty Heights.
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