For Benedictine, football coaching about passing on mission, values too

“I was never involved in coaching football ... until this year,” Sister Lisa said in an interview with Catholic News Service.

Benedictine Sister Lisa Maurer, who coaches kickers and punters for The College of St. Scholastica Saints football team in Duluth, Minn., is pictured during a game in late September. Sister Lisa joined the monastery at St. Scholastica seven years ago, on e year before the school established a football program. (CNS photo/Derek Montgomery, courtesy St. Scholastica Athletics)

Sacred and human: New Washington art exhibit shows both sides of Mary

A new exhibition of Western European artwork portrays Mary during the 14-17th centuries.

A woman looks at a painting during a Dec. 3 press preview tour of the "Picturing Mary: Woman, Mother Idea" exhibit at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington. The exhibit runs Dec. 5 through April 12, 2015. (CNS photo/Bob Roller)

Caringi traces soccer success to Highlandtown CYO rivalries

Pete Caringi has coached an upstart to within one victory of college soccer’s version of the Final Four.

UMBC soccer coach Pete Caringi, right, traces the foundation of his success to Our Lady of Pompei Parish in Highlandtown and Calvert Hall. His Retriever assistant coaches include his son, Pete III, left. (Courtesy UMBC)

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For Benedictine, football coaching about passing on mission, values too
Dec 07 2014
“I was never involved in coaching football ... until this year,” Sister Lisa said in an interview with Catholic News Service.

Sacred and human: New Washington art exhibit shows both sides of Mary
Dec 05 2014
A new exhibition of Western European artwork portrays Mary during the 14-17th centuries.

Caringi traces soccer success to Highlandtown CYO rivalries
Dec 04 2014
Pete Caringi has coached an upstart to within one victory of college soccer’s version of the Final Four.

Beyond the Bell: With school-wide support, annual musicals take John Carroll’s spotlight
Dec 03 2014
“Everyone needs to pay attention to detail!” Kimberly Brueggemann commanded the 50 John Carroll actors.

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