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May 2, 2019

A surprise package from a friend

A few weeks ago our friend Annie traveled to Israel to visit family there. Her airplane landed there on Palm Sunday, and she even texted me from the airport to tell me she was there.
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Archbishop Lori offers prayers for city leadership

"At this challenging time in the life of our City, we pray that God gives strength and wisdom to our acting mayor and to the leaders of our community in order that they might bring the residents of Baltimore together in confronting our challenges, while also asserting those aspects that represent our promise and true...
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A question sprung from the garden

We celebrate, we loudly proclaim "Alleluia," but we also hover in that upper room, wondering what this event means for the rest of our lives. As Christians, it is the question we cannot deny or avoid. It's the pivotal question of our entire existence.
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#IAmCatholic: Archdiocesan movement helps people share faith experiences

The Archdiocese of Baltimore has launched a new website to help people share their experience of the Catholic faith.
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Jockey Mike Smith, 2018 Triple Crown winner, relies on Catholic faith

Jockey Mike Smith, a Catholic who rode Justify last year to a Triple Crown victory, prays before every race, but he doesn't pray to win.
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Movie Review: ‘UglyDolls’

"UglyDolls" borrows heavily from those (far superior) movies but does offer a snappy, singalong soundtrack.
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The four kinds of helpers: A parable from the kitchen

Most of all, ask yourself, “what role should I play in serving God?” The answer is simple. Show up and give everything you've got.
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John Carroll baseball says ‘a little prayer’ for absent teammate

“He’s the 10th player on the field at all times,” John Carroll coach Darrion Siler said. “This is all player-driven. (It’s) totally them, finding ways they want to keep remembering.”
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Kentucky Derby draws attention to issue of human trafficking

Summer Dickerson, a young woman who survived sex trafficking, said that four years ago when she sat on Millionaire’s Row, an exclusive seating area at the Kentucky Derby, no one around her knew she wasn’t there for the race. Dickerson shared her story April 18 at a news conference held by the Kentucky attorney general’s...
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Letter writers accuse Pope Francis of heresy

A small group of Catholics has accused Pope Francis of heresy and has written to the world's bishops asking them to "take the steps necessary to deal with the grave situation of a heretical pope."
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