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Gelen, who made it from Honduras to the United States and then suffered a stroke, was able to reunite with her mother thanks to Catholic Charities An uncertain homecoming: When child suffers stroke, Esperanza Center steps in
Dec 27 2014
Cinthia, an immigrant who lives in Baltimore, anticipated an April phone call confirming her two daughters, ages 9 and 12.

On Christmas, pope urges people to hear the cry of suffering children
Dec 26 2014
The crying of Baby Jesus is not the only cry people should hear on Christmas, the pope said.

Train gardens capture wonder of Christmas
Dec 24 2014
Father Michael Carrion, pastor of Immaculate Heart of Mary in Baynesville, still pulls out the trains, trolleys and ceramic houses his father bought.

Hyatt Regency, Target wrap Franciscan Center guests in warmth - one blanket at a time
Dec 23 2014
This Christmas season, the Franciscan Center was able to distribute 500 blankets to guests.

Pope warns Vatican officials of ‘spiritual Alzheimer’s,’ other ills
Dec 23 2014
Pope Francis’ Christmas greeting to the Vatican bureaucracy this year was an extended warning against a host of spiritual ills.

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St. John the Evangelist in Frederick celebrates Our Lady of Guadalupe

Archbishop William Lori celebrated Mass for more than 550 Catholics who gathered for the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe..
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