Shroud of Turin helps deepen faith

William Wingard calls the Shroud of Turin “made-to-order” for the new evangelization.

A negative of the face seen on the Shroud of Turin, a centuries-old linen cloth that bears the image of a crucified man said to be Jesus, is exhibited during a talk at the Stella Maris nursing home Feb. 18. (Karen Osborne | CR Staff)

Papal palates: Swiss Guard cookbook to hit shelves by summer

A cookbook featuring favorite dishes of the three most-recent popes and their elite military corps will be available this summer in English.

Lt. Col. Christoph Graf, vice commander of the Swiss Guard, right, passes an Italian military commander during the review of ceremonial troops after Pope Francis

Calvert Hall junior makes a name for himself with BCL heroics

Justin Gorham went through an identity crisis at the Baltimore Catholic League’s annual awards banquet.

The Calvert Hall Cardinals celebrate their Baltimore Catholic League championship win against the John Carroll Patriots Feb. 23 at Towson University. (Karen Osborne | CR Staff)


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