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Remember past, look to future, live in present
Aug 23 2012
As I travel through this busy world with its many ups and downs, like many others I get so caught up in things of the world that I sometimes forget to take time out for myself.

Hispanic Ministry heading to Ghana
Aug 23 2012
What is the connection between Hispanic ministry and Ghana?

Helpers wanted
Aug 01 2012
From the earliest days of our faith, Christians have answered the call of Christ to serve the hungry, the poor and the outcasts.

Don’t be a bystander on bullying
Aug 01 2012
The issue of bullying has received a great deal of public attention, spurred by the heartbreaking consequences of cases that garnered national media coverage.

Stop the violence, right now!
Jun 14 2012
Here it goes again. I hear sadness encircling me with the piercing sobbing of mothers and fathers, crying over the loss of a child.

Jesuit grew where he was planted
Jun 14 2012
Over the years there has been a lot of good-natured kidding about which groups of priests God likes the most.

Africentric: Power of a Catholic education
May 31 2012
Something miraculous happens when children come to learn and pray in our Catholic schools.

Editorial: Great heritage awaits Baltimore’s new shepherd
May 18 2012
When Archbishop William E. Lori took on the mantle of the Archdiocese of Baltimore May 16, he inherited a legacy.

Follow Daniel Rudd’s lead
May 03 2012
The date was Jan. 4, 1889, the occasion the last day of the of what was the first Black Catholic Lay Congress.

Be awake to the divine presence
May 03 2012
Have you ever had an experience that was so amazing that you were lost for words?

Final Thoughts on Our Church
May 03 2012
It seems like only yesterday that I was soliciting names for my column in this venerable Catholic paper, so quickly has the time passed.

Soul-wrenching prayer provokes soul-filled action
Apr 19 2012
Recently, I walked on a Peace and Prayer Pilgrimage with Auxiliary Bishop Denis J. Madden, Spiritan Father Evod Shao and the good and holy people from St. Edward Catholic Church. Nestled behind the sacred edifice of St. Edward’s on Poplar Grove Street was a cacophony of dilapidated and run-down homes that stretched from block to block, and from side to side of the street.

Changing colors, flavors of Fells Point and Highlandtown
Apr 19 2012
Let us rejoice this Easter Season as we celebrate the suffering, dying and rising of Christ amid blooming flowers and sisters and brothers from different lands. In Fells Point, Highlandtown, Greektown and beyond, one can savor the flavors, enjoy the colors, and participate in rich religious traditions.

Life after divorce and loss
Apr 19 2012
How many of us have risen from the dead? How many of us have gone on when we didn’t think we could go on? If you’ve lost a loved one through death, separation or divorce, you know about death. The annual conference sponsored by the Catholic Single Again Council of Baltimore is about new life.