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Sibling revelry

Paul McMullen remembers a 2019 that celebrated his siblings.
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The more, the merrier

As the Christmas season approaches, George Matysek shares the joys of having five children age 5 and under.
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Turkey Bowl 100: Devoted over distance, time

There may be longer Turkey Bowl attendance streaks, but few have embraced one of Maryland’s most enduring sporting traditions as fervently as Ed Romans and Bill Korrow.
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Fall shows off marvels of creation

Bring on the flavors of the harvest and the memories of a tree at my boyhood home that burst into brightness every year, and I’ll accept the shorter days and longer shadows.
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Lessons in empathy

Everything I need to know, I learned at home and St. Rose of Lima School.
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‘One small step’ 50 years ago advanced human knowledge

Fifty years after men first walked on the moon, humans continue to seek something beyond us.
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A dad at heart

No, my father wasn’t famous, but he was my dad. He passed away in 2003. And just like Kelly Conway said of her father, my siblings and I would say, “We knew he would have to leave us someday, but that day came too soon.” 
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Spring cleaning with the ‘Trash Bashers’

The Trash Bashers of St. Mary of the Assumption in Govans take pride in their attempts to beautify York Road.
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Of joy, and Father Jeff

Father Jeff Dauses recently gave the gift of life when he donated a kidney to a woman related to one of his parishioners at St. Andrew by the Bay in Annapolis.
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‘Pea toast’ and other sacrifices

We fast on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday and abstain from meat on the other Fridays of the season, but it’s not much of a sacrifice to splurge on lobster instead of beef as a Lenten meal.
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One more benefit of Catholic schools

Catholic Schools Week always serves as a time to reflect upon the many gifts that those institutions give us: a solid education, a deeper faith and lasting friendships.
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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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