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By Frank P. L. Somerville and Frank P. L. Somerville,Staff Writer | December 14, 1992
The great organ in the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen was silent yesterday afternoon. In its place were the words and music of representatives of 22 Hispanic communities in Baltimore, praising the Virgin Mary in heartfelt Spanish to the accompaniment of a half-dozen guitars.Roman Catholics of Spanish and Latin American heritage, many in national costume, came together to celebrate the 461-year-old tradition of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Archbishop William H. Keeler, Bishop John H. Ricard and numerous other vested clergymen, including a preacher from Washington, all spoke or sang in Spanish throughout a special Mass.
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By Rebecca Oppenheimer | November 23, 2011
Festive, idealized Thanksgiving images are all too familiar. But we can't all live up to those images. If holiday hysteria has left you more frazzled than grateful, curl up with one of these unconventional takes on family and togetherness. "The Barbarian Nurseries" by Hector Tobar Farrar, Straus and Giroux, $27 Scott and Maureen run a flawless household. But their charmed life rests largely on the shoulders of the couple's three Mexican employees: Pepe, the gardener; Guadalupe, the nanny; and Araceli, the maid.
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SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | February 12, 1998
Hector Guadalupe, a senior considered by many pro scouts to be the best high school infielder in Maryland, has transferred from Upper Marlboro's Riverdale Baptist to Arundel High in Gambrills.Mount St. Joseph's All-Metro third baseman Mark Teixiera, headed to Georgia Tech, is clearly the top hitter and could be a No. 1 or 2 pro draft pick, but Guadalupe is a smooth, often-flashy shortstop who plays like a major leaguer."If Hector played on surfaces like Camden Yards every day, he probably wouldn't make an error," said San Diego Padres scout Gary Kendall.
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By Hanah Cho and Hanah Cho,SUN STAFF | December 14, 2003
Enclosed in a large glass case, a 4-foot-high statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe stood next to the marble altar in St. John Roman Catholic Church in Westminster. As a mariachi band played, devotees of the patron saint of the Americas placed red, pink and white roses before her statue while kneeling and offering prayers and kisses. Nearly 250 people attended Friday's bilingual Mass to celebrate the feast day of the Virgin of Guadalupe, a major observance for Catholics throughout Latin America, particularly in Mexico, of which she is the patron saint.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | May 12, 1998
Maybe you've noticed Arundel shortstop Hector Guadalupe jumping rope -- without a rope -- before a pitch is thrown."I get real hyper because I have so much fun playing baseball," explained Guadalupe, a native of Caguas, Puerto Rico, who is usually the first one on the field each inning.Guadalupe, named for his father, who taught him how to play at age 4, came to Maryland nearly three years ago chasing a dream. He played one year at Riverdale Baptist before transferring to Arundel for his senior season because of "personal problems."
SPORTS
May 19, 1998
Hector GuadalupeArundel baseballGuadalupe batted .643 (9-for-14) over four games, with three doubles, a triple, eight runs scored and three runs batted in, as the Wildcats won the state Class 4A East region. He had 7 putouts, 10 assists and went errorless in 17 chances.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | April 21, 1998
The idea in baseball is to get better as the season progresses. Arundel has done that while Old Mill has regressed since the first meeting of the two in March.Anne Arundel County's perennial top two teams met in Millersville yesterday. The No. 4 Wildcats (9-4) avenged an earlier 5-4 loss to the No. 5 Patriots (9-5) with a convincing 13-3 win in six innings via the 10-run mercy rule.In winning for the ninth time in the last 10 games, Arundel got a strong pitching effort from junior right-hander Andy Kostic (5-1)
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | March 28, 1998
This was one for the book -- the rule book, that is.Third-ranked Severna Park edged No. 5 Arundel, 8-7, yesterday with the game ending abruptly on a violation of a so-called speed-up rule.Lefthander Ryan McKewin was brought in for Severna Park starter Pat Boucher with two outs and runners on first and second to pitch to switch-hitting Hector Guadalupe in the seventh inning.McKewin ended up with a save when home plate umpire Dave Alexander called an inside pitch strike two on Guadalupe and then strike three when Guadalupe, upset with the call, spun out of the batter's box for a split second.
FEATURES
By Robert Levine and Robert Levine,Special to The Sun | June 11, 1995
Most people who are familiar with the place names Guadalupe, Merida, Albuquerque, Medellin and Trujillo will locate them somewhere in the New World; similarly, most educated people will recognize the names Balboa, De Soto, Cortes and Pizarro as great adventurers and conquerors -- conquistadors in Spanish. And what these lessons in geography and history have in common is that both the place names and the conquistadors are originally from the same part of Spain -- the under-traveled, untouristy, unfamiliar region of Extremadura.
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By Rebecca Oppenheimer | November 23, 2011
Festive, idealized Thanksgiving images are all too familiar. But we can't all live up to those images. If holiday hysteria has left you more frazzled than grateful, curl up with one of these unconventional takes on family and togetherness. "The Barbarian Nurseries" by Hector Tobar Farrar, Straus and Giroux, $27 Scott and Maureen run a flawless household. But their charmed life rests largely on the shoulders of the couple's three Mexican employees: Pepe, the gardener; Guadalupe, the nanny; and Araceli, the maid.
NEWS
By John Rivera and John Rivera,SUN STAFF | December 9, 2000
In a celebration of religious faith and ethnic pride, Baltimore's Roman Catholic Hispanic community will gather tomorrow to commemorate the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the patroness of the Americas. The feast day, which commemorates the belief that in 1531, the mother of Jesus appeared to an Indian peasant named Juan Diego on Tepeyac Hill near present-day Mexico City, has traditionally been celebrated by Mexican Catholics but has been embraced by Latin America. In Baltimore, another tradition has evolved: a leading religious figure from Latin America will travel to the city to celebrate Our Lady of Guadalupe Mass, which begins at 3 p.m. at the Cathedral of Mary our Queen, 5200 N. Charles St. This year, the celebrant will be Archbishop Oscar Andres Rodriguez Maradiaga, who has led the Archdiocese of Tegucigalpa, Honduras, since 1993.
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By John Rivera and John Rivera,SUN STAFF | December 8, 1999
Cardinal Jaime Ortega, archbishop of Havana, Cuba, will be in Baltimore Sunday as the main celebrant of the annual Mass in honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the patroness of the Americas.The Mass, which will begin at 3 p.m. at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, marks the Roman Catholic feast day of Our Lady of Guadalupe, celebrated each Dec. 12. The feast commemorates the appearance in 1531 by Mary, the mother of Jesus, to Indian peasant Juan Diego on Tepeyac hill near Mexico City.Our Lady of Guadalupe had long been recognized as the patron saint of Mexico, but Pope Pius XII declared her patroness of all the Americas in 1946.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | June 3, 1998
Projected by most major publications as a first-round draft pick, switch-hitting third baseman Mark Teixeira of Mount St. Joseph was selected in the ninth round yesterday by the Boston Red Sox.Arundel shortstop Hector Guadalupe, also a switch hitter, was taken by Milwaukee on Round 15; 1994 Arundel All-Metro pitcher Brandon Agamennone, a right-handed pitcher from the University of Maryland, was selected in the 20th round by Montreal; and North County right-handed...
SPORTS
By PAT O'MALLEY AND GLENN P. GRAHAM | May 28, 1998
Player of the YearHector Guadalupe, Arundel, senior, shortstop: This switch-hitter's transfer from Riverdale Baptist to Arundel turned a potentially good team into a great team and Class 4A state champion. Guadalupe, who has been projected to be drafted between fifth and 10th in the upcoming major league baseball draft, brought more than physical skills to Gambrills. "Hector brought an attitude to this team that this particular group did not have," said coach Bernie Walter. "He showed the other guys how you can have fun playing baseball hard.
SPORTS
May 19, 1998
Hector GuadalupeArundel baseballGuadalupe batted .643 (9-for-14) over four games, with three doubles, a triple, eight runs scored and three runs batted in, as the Wildcats won the state Class 4A East region. He had 7 putouts, 10 assists and went errorless in 17 chances.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | May 12, 1998
Maybe you've noticed Arundel shortstop Hector Guadalupe jumping rope -- without a rope -- before a pitch is thrown."I get real hyper because I have so much fun playing baseball," explained Guadalupe, a native of Caguas, Puerto Rico, who is usually the first one on the field each inning.Guadalupe, named for his father, who taught him how to play at age 4, came to Maryland nearly three years ago chasing a dream. He played one year at Riverdale Baptist before transferring to Arundel for his senior season because of "personal problems."
SPORTS
By PAT O'MALLEY AND GLENN P. GRAHAM | May 28, 1998
Player of the YearHector Guadalupe, Arundel, senior, shortstop: This switch-hitter's transfer from Riverdale Baptist to Arundel turned a potentially good team into a great team and Class 4A state champion. Guadalupe, who has been projected to be drafted between fifth and 10th in the upcoming major league baseball draft, brought more than physical skills to Gambrills. "Hector brought an attitude to this team that this particular group did not have," said coach Bernie Walter. "He showed the other guys how you can have fun playing baseball hard.
NEWS
By John Rivera and John Rivera,SUN STAFF | December 9, 2000
In a celebration of religious faith and ethnic pride, Baltimore's Roman Catholic Hispanic community will gather tomorrow to commemorate the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the patroness of the Americas. The feast day, which commemorates the belief that in 1531, the mother of Jesus appeared to an Indian peasant named Juan Diego on Tepeyac Hill near present-day Mexico City, has traditionally been celebrated by Mexican Catholics but has been embraced by Latin America. In Baltimore, another tradition has evolved: a leading religious figure from Latin America will travel to the city to celebrate Our Lady of Guadalupe Mass, which begins at 3 p.m. at the Cathedral of Mary our Queen, 5200 N. Charles St. This year, the celebrant will be Archbishop Oscar Andres Rodriguez Maradiaga, who has led the Archdiocese of Tegucigalpa, Honduras, since 1993.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | April 21, 1998
The idea in baseball is to get better as the season progresses. Arundel has done that while Old Mill has regressed since the first meeting of the two in March.Anne Arundel County's perennial top two teams met in Millersville yesterday. The No. 4 Wildcats (9-4) avenged an earlier 5-4 loss to the No. 5 Patriots (9-5) with a convincing 13-3 win in six innings via the 10-run mercy rule.In winning for the ninth time in the last 10 games, Arundel got a strong pitching effort from junior right-hander Andy Kostic (5-1)
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | March 28, 1998
This was one for the book -- the rule book, that is.Third-ranked Severna Park edged No. 5 Arundel, 8-7, yesterday with the game ending abruptly on a violation of a so-called speed-up rule.Lefthander Ryan McKewin was brought in for Severna Park starter Pat Boucher with two outs and runners on first and second to pitch to switch-hitting Hector Guadalupe in the seventh inning.McKewin ended up with a save when home plate umpire Dave Alexander called an inside pitch strike two on Guadalupe and then strike three when Guadalupe, upset with the call, spun out of the batter's box for a split second.
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