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Voters Guide: Maryland Catholic Conference 2018 primary election candidate surveys

ABOUT THE SURVEYS Every election year, the Maryland Catholic Conference surveys the state’s candidates for U.S. Congress, Governor, and the Maryland General Assembly on their...

Joanna Wicks, teacher at St. Thomas More Academy, named 2018 Miss...

Joanna Wicks, Miss Wilmington, was named Miss Delaware 2018 Saturday evening at Cape Henlopen High School in Lewes. She will represent Delaware at the Miss America...

Father’s have far greater depth than the shallow end of greeting...

By Laura Kelly Fanucci Beer. Golf. TV. Mowing. Burping. Fishing. According to greeting cards in the store aisles, this is all that modern fathers care about. Father's...

Supreme Court wedding cake ruling is partial victory: Doerflinger op-ed

By Richard Doerflinger On June 4, in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, the U.S. Supreme Court delivered a limited victory for religious freedom. Jack...

Be open to ‘fraternal correction’ to avoid typical pitfalls

By Father Eugene Hemrick "Get that idea out of your head!" While growing up, my mother was forever shouting out commands like this to keep me...

Catholic Charities of Wilmington kicks off June food drive

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Wilmington again asks all its communities to “Stock the Pantry” by contributing nonperishable food goods for households struggling...

Medal of Honor recipient now advocates for vets with PTSD

By Zita Ballinger Fletcher, Catholic News Service WASHINGTON -- Captain Gary M. Rose, awarded the Medal of Honor in 2017 for extraordinary heroism during the...

Saint Mark’s students, Bishop Malooly set for Memorial Day Field Mass

Student liturgical and music ministers from St. Mark’s High School in Wilmington will join the Most Reverend W. Francis Malooly, Bishop of the Catholic...

Christ the Teacher school, St. Margaret of Scotland parish announce expansion...

Christ the Teacher Catholic School announced that it will break ground on a $4.3 million new classroom and gymnasium addition on May 30, 2018,...

Is the prison system aiming for punishment or correction?

By Father John Hynes The United States is home to almost one-quarter of the world’s prison population, yet less than 6 percent of the world’s...

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