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Anne Arundel parish picnic draws 1,000 for a day of food, fun and fellowship
Aug 31 2009
There was little Father Joseph Cosgrove could do to escape.

Bobby Flay throws down challenge to cooking priest, Father Leo
Aug 28 2009
Father Leo Patalinghug is not the kind of guy who steps down from a challenge. The 39-year-old priest is a former national full-contact stick fighting champion, a black belt in tae kwon do and an 80s break dancer who can still bust the moves with the best of them.

Terry: Catholics have responsibility to defy government on abortion
Jul 23 2009
WASHINGTON – If coverage of abortion is not excluded in health care reform legislation, Catholics should refuse to pay their taxes, anti-abortion activist Randall Terry said.

Lenten meals give families chance to teach important lessons
Feb 22 2009
WASHINGTON – It’s not always easy to bring family members together for a tasty, nutritious and affordable meal. When Lent comes around, the need for meatless Fridays and the hope of teaching children about why Catholics fast and abstain from meat can make meal planning seem nearly impossible.

Mother Seton Academy students learns about business through NFTE
Jan 22 2009
Alayna Albertie makes and sells homemade dog biscuits, and she promises they’re far superior to anything you can get in the grocery store.

Content of popular Catholic Web site put out in book, sent to pastors
Jan 09 2009
WASHINGTON – In the 10 years since Creighton University in Omaha, Neb., began offering ministry guidance and aids on its Web site, the technology has exploded and so has the audience of the Catholic Web site, which received more than 21 million hits in the past year.

Downsizing: Purging possessions from home to apartment can be liberating
Jan 08 2009
She didn’t think she could do it, yet Janis Kilmer swept her hand across the kitchen table and dumped the hefty pile of loose recipes directly into the trash.

For West Bank women, intricate holiday cookies mean source of income
Dec 20 2008
BEIT SAHOUR, West Bank – When the Christmas season comes around, Nadia Bannourah pushes back the living room sofas, removes the coffee table and drags over the big kitchen table in its place.

South Baltimore has ingredients for a faith-filled Christmas
Nov 26 2008
Mary Simon (left) and Jean Marie Monti prepare oatmeal Christmas cookies at Holy Cross, Federal Hill, that are sold to benefit the parish. Volunteers started baking in September to fill December orders. (CR Staff/Owen Sweeney III)

Local foods good initiative for Maryland hospitals
Jul 07 2008
As “Farmer Joan” slid boxes of produce to the edge of her pickup truck, executive chef Anthony Cover opened one to peel back a head of romaine lettuce fresh from the farm to ensure it had a tight head and a bright green color.

Local foods good initiative for Maryland hospitals
Jul 04 2008
As “Farmer Joan” slid boxes of produce to the edge of her pickup truck, executive chef Anthony Cover opened one to peel back a head of romaine lettuce fresh from the farm to ensure it had a tight head and a bright green color.

Catholic high schools celebrate Class of 2008
Jun 12 2008
In this special section of The Catholic Review, we salute the 2,620 graduating seniors of 21 Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore. Congratulations to the Class of 2008!

Text of Pope Benedict XVI’s remarks to U.S. bishops
Apr 17 2008
WASHINGTON – Here is the Vatican text of Pope Benedict XVI’s remarks to the U.S. bishops at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception:

Multiple choruses of “Happy Birthday” mark the pope’s 81st
Apr 16 2008
WASHINGTON – At 5:21 a.m., the disc jockey on a country music radio station in Fredericksburg, Va. – 50 miles south of Washington – invited listeners to join her in singing “Happy Birthday” to Pope Benedict XVI.

Mum’s the word about menu for pope’s 81st birthday celebration
Apr 15 2008
NEW YORK – The tightest of security surrounded the meals being prepared for Pope Benedict XVI during his April 15-20 U.S. visit. Even the menus were being kept secret.