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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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Parishes, parishioners across Baltimore Archdiocese join day of prayer and fasting for reparation in abuse crisis

At least 33 parishes responded to Archbishop William E. Lori’s call to prayer and repentance for the healing of victims of sexual abuse and the healing of the church. The archbishop called for Masses and fasting Sept. 7 as a day of reparation to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. 
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Archbishop Lori meets with priests to hear concerns, offer support

Archbishop William E. Lori met with more than 100 priests Aug. 28 at St. Margaret in Bel Air to offer his support and to listen to their concerns approximately two weeks after the release of the Pennsylvania grand jury report on clergy sexual abuse.
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Catholics remember, mourn victims killed in Capital Gazette shootings

“We pray for the eternal rest of those who died,” Archbishop Lori said. “We also pray for their families, friends and colleagues in journalism who mourn their loss.”
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Next men up: Deacons to be ordained May 26

Five men will be ordained transitional deacons one will be ordained a permanent deacon for the Archdiocese of Baltimore May 26 at the Baltimore Basilica. During the liturgy, Daniel Michaud will be ordained a permanent deacon. 
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My moo-ving experience with some cows

Has your car ever been rocked back and forth by vigorous bovine tongues? Mine has. Here's the story.
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Protect children, each and every one

Those who turn a blind eye to the children  who are victims of human trafficking; young refugees from Afghanistan or Syria; or the young ones among us who do not have ample food, clothing, shelter and education, contribute to their neglect.
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Appealing faces

The Catholic Review shares the stories of three people who have benefited from the Archbishop's Annual Appeal.
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Maryland Catholic Conference anticipates busy legislative session

As the General Assembly gathers in Maryland’s Capitol for its session beginning Jan. 10, the Maryland Catholic Conference is poised to provide input from the church’s perspective on a host of issues across the political spectrum.
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Coming to Baltimore

Several major events are coming to the Archdiocese of Baltimore in 2018.
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