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As the Christmas season approaches, George Matysek shares the joys of having five children age 5 and under.
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Luke Goodrich, an attorney who represents the Little Sisters of the Poor in their lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services over the contraceptive mandate, has written a book, "Free To Believe," about the importance of religious liberty.

Religious freedom is a basic human right, says lawyer for Little Sisters

As an attorney with Becket, a religious liberty law firm, Luke Goodrich is proud to be able to make a difference while earning a livelihood. He sees his work as a calling from God.
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NCYC continues to inspire young Abingdon parishioner

Two weeks after returning from the National Catholic Youth Conference, Isabel Sans remains moved by the spirit she encountered in Indianapolis, and not just from 20,000 like-minded pilgrims.
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Immigrants find help making way in classroom, society

Two millennia after Mary and Joseph crossed a border and encountered closed doors, agencies and parishes across the Archdiocese of Baltimore heed the Gospel call to welcome the stranger.
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Baltimore delegation presents Ravens jersey, spiritual bouquet to Pope Francis

A delegation from the Archdiocese of Baltimore presented Pope Francis with a custom-made Ravens jersey signed by Coach John Harbaugh, a Catholic, and quarterback Lamar Jackson during a Dec. 3 audience at the Vatican. They also gave the Holy Father a “spiritual bouquet,” a book produced by the Archdiocese of Baltimore that contains prayers and...
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Walking up Holy Cross aisle to marry – 134 years after her great-grandparents

When Josephine Fangman and Ferdinand Wehberg married at Holy Cross in November 1885, they began a family legacy at the South Baltimore church which includes a fourth generation tying the knot.
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Advent: Parishes, schools prepare the way

Here are some steps Catholics can take to embrace Advent and prepare for the coming of the Lord.
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Calvert Hall rolls to 33-10 victory over Loyola Blakefield in 100th Turkey Bowl 

Calvert Hall rose to the occasion of the 100th Turkey Bowl Nov. 28 at sold-out Johnny Unitas Stadium, where the Cardinals rode the big plays of senior Cole Herbert and a ground game led by classmate Sean Tucker to a 33-10 rout of Loyola Blakefield. 
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Jesuit cancer researcher sees work as reflection of God in the world

He’s been a Jesuit priest for more than a decade, but Father Sumeth Perera spends more time in a lab coat than liturgical vestments.
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Turkey Bowl at 100: Calvert Hall breaks new ground with Leadership Institute

“We believe that every student has the potential to be a leader,” said Charles Stembler, principal of Calvert Hall. “The goal of the program is to teach the skills and develop character to be leaders in the community.”
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Turkey Bowl 100: Loyola Blakefield’s Cyber Science program has international reach

“Our Jesuit mission fits very well in cyber security,” Morrill said. “We take into account our moral compass. It makes you think. Even if I can do something, should I?”
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