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Delivering the latest news on all things happening in the Catholic community. Official media arm for the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
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Catholic Review 3h
RIP Deacon Alan M. Rose, who ministered to prisoners on death row, helped one convert to the Catholic faith and made family history in the Archdiocese of Baltimore
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Catholic Review 9h
“We offer our prayers for the victims and their families. And we join with all people of goodwill in condemning these acts of terrorism."
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Catholic Review 11h
Deacon Matthew T. Himes will be ordained in June:
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Catholic Review Apr 22
Bishop Robert Barron on the topic of abortion: What does the future look like with new legal protocols? And what is the impact with movies such as ?
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Catholic Review Apr 21
Among the hundreds of people who entered the Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of Baltimore at last night's Easter Vigil was Steven Allbright, a former prisoner who turned his life around. Read his amazing story:
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Catholic Review Apr 21
The pope’s prayer for peace came a few hours after news broke of multiple bombs that exploded in several churches and hotels in Sri Lanka, killing and wounding hundreds in the capital city of Colombo and the neighboring cities of Negombo and Batticaloa.
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Catholic Review Apr 21
Wishing everyone a Happy Easter from the Catholic Review team!
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Catholic Review Apr 20
Rita Buettner writes that on Good Friday, even knowing what we know about the joy that lies ahead, it’s all right to sit with the sadness. On Holy Saturday we wait in quiet faith and hope for what we know will come. On Easter we will rejoice.
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Catholic Review Apr 20
The gaze of the risen Lord, the pope said, “fills us with hope for it tells us that we are loved unfailingly and that however much we make a mess of things, his love remains unchanged."
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Catholic Review Apr 20
Here are a few ways we can exercise our faith and have a little Easter fun 🐰🙏
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Catholic Review Apr 19
In the annual Way of the Cross in Rome’s Colosseum April 19, the meditation for each station reflected the suffering and pain of people exploited and marginalized.
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Catholic Review Apr 19
Officials said the man’s story was “inconsistent,” and it was “hard to say exactly what his intentions were” in bringing flammables to the church.
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Catholic Review Apr 19
Pope Francis celebrated the Mass of the Lord’s Supper at the prison and washed the feet of a dozen inmates.
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Catholic Review Apr 19
Cathedrals in the United States count on state-of-the-art fire prevention ... Nonetheless, firefighters and cathedral staff remain vigilant.
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Catholic Review Apr 18
Being with the people “is the most beautiful place” to be, he told priests during the chrism Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica April 18.
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Catholic Review Apr 18
Some with last-minute wins on issues that the Maryland Catholic Conference was watching:
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Catholic Review Apr 18
The April 15 fire that engulfed the centuries-old Gothic cathedral showed that although Notre Dame was a formidable structure, it was “vulnerable at the same time, much like Our Lady at the foot of the cross,” said art historian Elizabeth Lev.
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Catholic Review Apr 18
“Father Fournier is an absolute hero,” a member of the Paris fire department told reporters April 16, adding that the priest showed “no fear at all as he made straight for the relics inside the cathedral, and made sure they were saved.
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Catholic Review Apr 17
RIP Maryland Speaker of the House of Delegates, Michael Busch. Busch collaborated with the Catholic Church on issues such as abolishing the death penalty.
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Catholic Review Apr 17
Pope Francis has asked Sister Bonetti, a long-time activist in the fight against human trafficking, to write the meditations for his celebration of the Good Friday Way of the Cross prayer service at Rome’s Colosseum April 19, 2019.
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