The house that Renee Buettner built

Amid the many influential coaches managing editor Paul McMullen encountered or worked with, Renee Buettner was a favorite.
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East-side Samaritans

Catholic institutions in East Baltimore are working to help address the systemic problems that lead to poverty and homelessness.
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‘Down to earth:’ Pasadena parishioner to be ordained a priest Dec. 15

Deacon Robert Katafiasz will be ordained a priest of the Archdiocese of Baltimore by Archbishop William E. Lori during a 10 a.m. Mass Dec. 15 at the Baltimore Basilica.
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Gospel of Capra

This year the Christmas classic “It’s A Wonderful Life” hit closer to home than ever for Managing Editor Paul McMullen.
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Unity makes Knights’ coats go farther

Charity and Unity, the first two principles that guide the Knights of Columbus, were on display in equal measure at St. Ambrose in Park Heights Dec. 8.
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Sister Elizabeth Anne Corcoran, RSM, was face of Mercy Medical Center

Sister Elizabeth Anne Corcoran, who was born at what is now Mercy Medical Center, received a portion of her education there and over nearly six decades of service became a face of the institution, died Dec. 5 at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium.
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Southern Anne Arundel pastorate in the making boosts seminarian-led outreach

Coordinated by the seminarians’ Peace and Justice Committee, the Christmas gift-giving program benefits students from Baltimore’s Mother Seton Academy and children whose families are clients of Project PLASE, which addresses homelessness in Baltimore.
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Thanks to Coach Clatchey, Mount St. Joseph alums dot the basketball map

The University of Maryland men’s basketball team which plays in Baltimore Dec. 8 includes two starters from Mount St. Joseph High, where coach Pat Clatchey has built a distinctive record of success.
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Pilgrims set out on 50-mile walk in penance, prayer from Emmitsburg to Baltimore

Nineteen people set out Nov. 9 on day one of a three-day trek on foot from Emmitsburg to Baltimore, dubbed “Fifty Miles in Faith: Pilgrimage-Walk for the Priesthood in Penance and Prayer.”
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Mount de Sales goes the distance to historic IAAM cross country title 

Mount de Sales Academy celebrates its 2018 IAAM A Conference cross country championship Oct. 30 at McDaniel College in Westminster.
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Baltimore Archdiocese priests to participate in 50-mile penitential pilgrimage

Father John “Jack” Lombardi has led dozens of lengthy walking pilgrimages in Maryland and abroad, most promoting religious liberty. In response to the clergy abuse crisis, the Hancock-based pastor will lead a 50-mile “Pilgrimage for the Priesthood, in Penance and Prayer,” originating in Emmitsburg Nov. 9 and concluding in Baltimore Nov. 11.
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