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January 31, 2019

Bishop Parker celebrates Catholic Schools Week

Bishop Adam Parker visited several Catholic schools in the Towson area as part of Catholic Schools Week celebrations.
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WikiLeaks releases documents on Knights of Malta controversy

Internal documents relating to the public crisis that led to the resignation of the grand master of the Knights of Malta in 2017 were released by WikiLeaks.
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Sister Bernardus Dwyer, I.H.M., dies at 93

A funeral Mass was offered for Sister, Servant of the Immaculate Heart of Mary M. Bernardus Dwyer Jan. 31 at Our Lady of Peace Residence in Scranton, Pa. She died Jan. 27 at age 93.
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Ex-agents in Poland face charges for framing Blessed Jerzy Popieluszko

Polish prosecutors have charged three former communist secret police agents with attempting to frame Blessed Jerzy Popieluszko before they abducted and murdered him.
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A month of purification

May februum, the month of February, be the beginning of that deep purification that will renew and beautify the temple of the church.
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Cardinal Dolan criticizes Cuomo for ‘stinging criticism’ of church

New York Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan in a Sirius XM broadcast Jan. 29 criticized Gov. Andrew Cuomo for his "stinging criticism of the Catholic Church" in singling out Catholics over the crisis surrounding the sexual abuse of minors."
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Trending up: Some schools see substantial enrollment gains

Enrollment at the 19 Catholic high schools, three middle schools and 42 K-8s in the Archdiocese of Baltimore remains stable across the board, thanks in part to the BOOST scholarship program – and innovative leadership and marketing.
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