April 2, 2019

Scary prayers that are good for you

Scary prayers are prayers where even the very words you say seem to convict you.
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Calvert Hall, Loyola Blakefield men behind the logo add to community feel of 100th Turkey Bowl

The coaches and presidents from Calvert Hall College High School and Loyola Blakefield echoed the point: the Turkey Bowl is about more than football.
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Baltimore Archdiocese liturgical ministers gather for day of formation

A Ministry Enrichment Gathering, sponsored by the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s Office of Divine Worship and facilitated by Liturgy Training Publications of Chicago, attracted participants from approximately 26 parishes March 30.
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Update: Norman Francis to receive Laetare Medal

Norman C. Francis, who served as president of Xavier University of Louisiana for 47 years and has been a prominent voice in the civil rights movement for decades, will receive the University of Notre Dame's 2019 Laetare Medal at the school's graduation ceremony May 19.
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Jesuit: Without the Amazon, ‘we all go under’

At the start of a mid-March gathering at Georgetown University, organizers asked church leaders, activists and members of indigenous communities to think of a person they knew who had worked in defense of the environment and to call out his or her name.
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Canadian nun, sexologist: Catholics must increase their sexual maturity

A Canadian nun with a Ph.D. in clinical sexology said the sex abuse crisis in the church does not mean "the end of faith" but rather "the end of a lack of formation and the end of deviance," and a call to return to Jesus' message of love.
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