April 22, 2020

Franciscan Center triples the amount of people it feeds during pandemic

The Franciscan Center in Baltimore has more than tripled the number of people it feeds during the coronavirus pandemic and expects those numbers to keep climbing as more people experiencing poverty or homelessness struggle with access to food.
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Jesuit Father G. Richard Dimler, Baltimore native and Jesuit emblem researcher, dies at 88

Father G. Richard “Dick” Dimler, a former professor of German literature at what is now Loyola University Maryland and an expert on Jesuit emblems, died April 14. He was 88.
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Though at home, priests busy with prayer, virtual outreach and fellowship

With social distancing rules in effect and in-person interactions with parishioners suspended, priests of the Archdiocese of Baltimore are filling their time in a variety of ways, some expected and others less so.
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Creation is sacred gift deserving respect, care, pope says on Earth Day

Humanity has failed to take care of the earth and its inhabitants, sinning against God and his gift of creation, Pope Francis said.
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