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Names & Numbers: Schools embrace environment; ‘Men in Black’ winners on basketball court

The latest installment of Names and Numbers features schools embracing to the environment, honors for a Baltimore hospital leader, musicians from a local high school and more.
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Events of 9/11 put successful broadcast journalist on path to diaconate

Deacon Greg Kandra's blog -- www.patheos.com/blogs/deaconsbench -- has reached 20 million readers, averaging about 150,000 page views per month since 2007.
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Liturgical music inspires people’s imagination, composer says

Music “touches the heart” and brings another dimension to what people might hear in the homily, Father Manalo said.
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For young women and religious, joy radiates at Fiat Days retreat in Emmitsburg

Fiat Days is an annual discernment retreat for young women, designed to help them pursue holiness in their lives.
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‘Homeless Jesus’ finds a permanent haven in Baltimore parish

Versions of the sculpture have found homes across the globe and, now, in an urban park where people experiencing homelessness find refuge.
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Prayers, then applause from mission to Haiti during return to Baltimore

The group’s originally scheduled flight home July 7 was canceled after sometimes-violent protests in Haiti.
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Team USA lacrosse abounds with Baltimore Catholic connections

Their championship pedigrees are among the reasons three players from Catholic institutions in Baltimore are on the roster of Team USA at the world championships in Israel.
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Unrest in Haiti delays return of youth mission to Baltimore Archdiocese

Nine youths and several adult chaperones who traveled on a mission trip sponsored by the archdiocesan Missions Office were delayed by protests.
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President Trump picks Judge Brett Kavanaugh as Supreme Court Nominee

The nominee said if he is chosen to be on the Supreme Court he would "keep an open mind in every case."
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Cristo Rey graduate stands for social justice

Thirteen years after immigrating to the United States from Honduras, Riccy Amador left her mark in Baltimore as a leader in social justice awareness. 
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Catholic Community of South Baltimore merges into one parish

Three churches in South Baltimore have formalized a union that has been more than four decades in the making.
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Work requirements to qualify for government aid: How well does it work?

In January, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that encouraged federal agencies to find ways to expand work requirements as a condition of receiving benefits.
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