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Another round with the Woodstock Nun

The fleeting image of the demure and habited nun furtively flashing the two-finger peace sign in the 1970 documentary “Woodstock” has floated softly through five decades now, a lasting if elusory symbol that touches on the historic music festival but ultimately alights someplace else.
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Supreme Knight Carl Anderson highlights Knights’ efforts worldwide

Five years after the Islamic State invaded northern Iraq and began systematically persecuting the country's Christians, the Knights of Columbus are continuing their work of supporting Iraqi parishes that are rebuilding, Supreme Knight Carl Anderson said in his annual report Aug. 6 at the Knights' 137th Supreme Convention in Minneapolis.
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On a Mission: Young parishioners, students opt for summer service

For many youths and young adults in the Archdiocese of Baltimore, summer travel meant mission work. Whether it was to the other side of the world or remaining in Maryland, giving back has definitely been trending.
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Knights give over $185 million to charity, 76 million service hours in 2018

In 2018, the Knights of Columbus gave $185.7 million to charity and donated 76.7 million hours of hands-on service.
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Camp St. Vincent continues to enrich summers of children experiencing homelessness

Since June 24, St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore has brightened the summer of more than 250 children experiencing homelessness.
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VIDEO: We are Baltimore!

The Archdiocese of Baltimore is proud to call the city home since 1789!
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Franciscan Center, FCA team on soccer camp to benefit those experiencing homelessness

The Franciscan Center partnered with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Calvert Hall College High School on a soccer clinic that benefited those experiencing homelessness July 27.
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DC choir’s message to Baltimore County parish: ‘We’re all family’

Inspired by Archbishop Lori’s pastoral reflections on racism, the pastor of St. Joseph, Fullerton invited a Gospel choir from Washington, D.C., to the parish.
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Vacation Bible school: No lions, tigers and bears, but horses, games, snacks – and Scripture

As Cherry Hill, Hydes and Linthicum Heights show, the concept of Vacation Bible School encompasses many approaches and activities.
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Plea to ‘walk with them’ resonates at refugee-themed Highlandtown Stations of the Cross

The pastor of Sacred Heart of Jesus-Sagrado Corazón de Jesús led the public display of support for migrants and refugees.
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Black clergy, religious women soak up Baltimore history at joint conference

The gathering began with a Mass honoring jubilarians at Historic St. Francis Xavier, the first Black Catholic church in the United States.
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