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Pope Benedict’s Masses are imitated, debated around world
Apr 19 2010
VATICAN CITY - Even before he became pope five years ago, Pope Benedict XVI frequently was dragged into what some people have called “the liturgy wars.”

Nun who survived building collapse in Haiti quake finds respite in US
Apr 02 2010
NEW ORLEANS – First came the noise, like a rush of wind. The next thing Sister Analise Jean Simon knew she was flat on the floor, with a collapsed ceiling and light bulbs pressed against her face.

A Rosa moment
May 14 2008
My earliest days of priesthood found me assigned – very happily – to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. For almost five years, I served as civilian chaplain to the cadets, military families and support troops there.

Call to service is strong for John Carroll grad
Jun 06 2007
Growing up with two grandfathers and two uncles who served in the U.S. Army, Kyle Hanratty, valedictorian for the 2007 graduating class at The John Carroll School, Bel Air, hopes to carry on the tradition. The 18-year-old applied and was accepted to the United States Military Academy at West Point, the United States Naval Academy and the United States Air Force Academy.