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May 13, 2007
Every happy marriage is made of three things... a loving husband, a loving wife, and the lasting love of God. On Monday, April 30, 2007 Lori Watson and Thomas Neuwiller joined together in the holy state of matrimony. The couple resides in White Marsh and will honeymoon in Mexico.
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By Nancy Jones-Bonbrest and Nancy Jones-Bonbrest,Special to The Sun | December 26, 2007
Fred Weimert Pastor Calvary Baptist Church, Towson Salary: --$68,000 Age: --61 Years on the job: --31 How he got started: --After graduating with a degree in economics, Weimert joined the Navy and stayed there for five years. When he got out, he wanted to go back to school to get a degree in teaching. Instead his pastor at the time suggested seminary. After graduating from the three-year program at what is now the Palmer Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, Weimert began work at Calvary Baptist as the minister to youth and young adults.
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NEWS
February 11, 1991
James Cleveland, 59, a gospel great who helped teach Aretha Franklin how to sing and returned choirs to the forefront of gospel music, died Saturday at a Los Angeles medical center, where he was admitted Thursday with respiratory problems. The three-time Grammy winner was a Baptist minister, pianist, composer, arranger and producer who often called his baritone voice a fog horn. He wrote or arranged more than 400 gospel songs, including "Everything Will Be All Right," "The Love of God" and "Peace Be Still."
NEWS
October 11, 2007
For the love of God, Montre- sor! Yes, I said, for the love of God (or at least the love of Baltimore). I forced the last stone into its position; I plastered it up. In pace requiescat! (That means here, hon). For a century and a half, no mortal has disturbed the bones of the author of The Cask of Amontillado, a story about a murder told from the point of view of the murderer. Now somebody in Philadelphia is suggesting that the last remains of Edgar Allan Poe, the murderer-imaginer, be snatched away to the banks of the Schuylkill, as reported yesterday by the sharp-eyed Laura Vozzella of this newspaper (the sober eye of Reason)
NEWS
October 11, 2007
For the love of God, Montre- sor! Yes, I said, for the love of God (or at least the love of Baltimore). I forced the last stone into its position; I plastered it up. In pace requiescat! (That means here, hon). For a century and a half, no mortal has disturbed the bones of the author of The Cask of Amontillado, a story about a murder told from the point of view of the murderer. Now somebody in Philadelphia is suggesting that the last remains of Edgar Allan Poe, the murderer-imaginer, be snatched away to the banks of the Schuylkill, as reported yesterday by the sharp-eyed Laura Vozzella of this newspaper (the sober eye of Reason)
NEWS
February 15, 1991
It is difficult to imagine a more pervasive influence on modern gospel music than that of the raspy-voiced Rev. James Cleveland, who died Saturday at age 59. A pianist, singer, composer, arranger, producer and teacher, Mr. Cleveland became the world's foremost gospel musician.For the better part of half a century, he shaped the genre. As a singer, his gravelly baritone inspired widespread imitation of his innovative voicings, time signatures and general arrangements. As a composer with more than 400 gospel works and three Grammy awards to his credit, he was inordinately prolific, writing as many as three songs a week.
SPORTS
By ROCH KUBATKO | February 24, 2006
It has become obvious early on that Kevin Millar is going to be a fan favorite. They scream for him each time he walks near the stands, and he maintains a running dialogue. Not only did he sign autographs for everyone after the hit-and-run drill yesterday, going to both sides of the dugout, he chatted up the kids instead of just lowering his head and scribbling his name. One young boy asked, "Can I have your sunglasses?" Millar pretended to be annoyed and said, "I'm giving you my signature.
NEWS
By MICHELLE HOFFMAN | July 21, 1994
"I thought the roof might be coming down," said Porcher Palmer, recalling the storefront crash that sent more than 1,000 pounds of nails hurling through Reindollar Hardware Monday.At about 9:30 a.m., Irene E. Clingan, 79, of Taneytown lost control of her 1984 Buick Regal in the lot of Taneytown Bank and Trust Co., 500 E. Baltimore St. Wheels squealing, the car sped across East Baltimore Street and through the front window of the hardware store.The car came to rest about three-quarters of the way into the store, according to Mr. Palmer, but not before it demolished two front panes of windows with a brick foundation, the nail bin, the front counter area and various display stands.
NEWS
By JOHN BRAIN | July 19, 1995
The Episcopal bishop of Easton, on Maryland's Eastern Shore, has stripped an 85-year-old priest of his authority to preach or perform the sacraments because he blessed the union of two gay men dying of AIDS.The Book of Common Prayer, which includes the marriage ceremony, has nothing to say about same-sex unions, but speaks only of ''The union of husband and wife in heart, body and mind intended by God for their mutual joy, for the help and comfort given one another in prosperity and adversity, and, when it is God's will, for the procreation of children.
NEWS
November 28, 1991
The text,slightly abridged,of President Bush's Thanksgiving ProclamationFrom the moment it was ''conceived in liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal,'' our nation has enjoyed the mercy and protection of Almighty God. Thus, when we join with family and friends on Thanksgiving, we celebrate not only the many blessings that we have received as individuals, but also our great fortune as one nation under God. On this occasion, Americans...
NEWS
May 13, 2007
Every happy marriage is made of three things... a loving husband, a loving wife, and the lasting love of God. On Monday, April 30, 2007 Lori Watson and Thomas Neuwiller joined together in the holy state of matrimony. The couple resides in White Marsh and will honeymoon in Mexico.
SPORTS
By ROCH KUBATKO | February 24, 2006
It has become obvious early on that Kevin Millar is going to be a fan favorite. They scream for him each time he walks near the stands, and he maintains a running dialogue. Not only did he sign autographs for everyone after the hit-and-run drill yesterday, going to both sides of the dugout, he chatted up the kids instead of just lowering his head and scribbling his name. One young boy asked, "Can I have your sunglasses?" Millar pretended to be annoyed and said, "I'm giving you my signature.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | May 12, 2001
Bernadette Mary Comeaux, a registered nurse who established the Good Samaritan Hospital Parish Nursing Program and served as its coordinator, died in her sleep of undetermined causes Wednesday at her Homewood residence. She was 53. Miss Comeaux, who had held nursing positions at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, St. Joseph Medical Center and Staff Builders Inc. during her nearly 30-year career, approached officials at Good Samaritan Hospital several years ago with a novel idea. She wanted to offer outreach and support services to the elderly, shut-ins and sometimes fearful patients through community churches.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Maria Blackburn and By Maria Blackburn,Sun Staff | October 22, 2000
"For the Love of God: The Faith and Future of the American Nun," by Lucy Kaylin. William Morrow. 288 pages. $24. In my Catholic school, the students were all experts on nuns. Nuns don't laugh or eat ice cream, drive cars or dance the Hokey Pokey. They don't run or skip or hiccup. Some nuns hug, most don't. Above all: Nuns never go to the bathroom. Dressed in their brown polyester habits and sensible oxfords, the Franciscan sisters at Mt. Alvernia were like superheroes -- other-worldly and powerful but not human.
NEWS
By Hal Piper and Hal Piper,SUN STAFF | March 17, 1999
Slavery made Patrick a saint.He didn't drive the snakes out of Ireland, and there is no way to know whether he used the three-leaf shamrock to teach the doctrine of the Trinity. But there is more solid history to Patrick's legend than to those of other holiday saints, such as Valentine and Nicholas.Patrick, or Patricius, apparently came from a family of Romanized Britons; his father was a minor official and his grandfather a Roman Catholic priest.Rome still nominally ruled Britain, but the empire was disintegrating and no longer offered security from barbarian raids.
NEWS
By JOHN BRAIN | July 19, 1995
The Episcopal bishop of Easton, on Maryland's Eastern Shore, has stripped an 85-year-old priest of his authority to preach or perform the sacraments because he blessed the union of two gay men dying of AIDS.The Book of Common Prayer, which includes the marriage ceremony, has nothing to say about same-sex unions, but speaks only of ''The union of husband and wife in heart, body and mind intended by God for their mutual joy, for the help and comfort given one another in prosperity and adversity, and, when it is God's will, for the procreation of children.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Maria Blackburn and By Maria Blackburn,Sun Staff | October 22, 2000
"For the Love of God: The Faith and Future of the American Nun," by Lucy Kaylin. William Morrow. 288 pages. $24. In my Catholic school, the students were all experts on nuns. Nuns don't laugh or eat ice cream, drive cars or dance the Hokey Pokey. They don't run or skip or hiccup. Some nuns hug, most don't. Above all: Nuns never go to the bathroom. Dressed in their brown polyester habits and sensible oxfords, the Franciscan sisters at Mt. Alvernia were like superheroes -- other-worldly and powerful but not human.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | May 12, 2001
Bernadette Mary Comeaux, a registered nurse who established the Good Samaritan Hospital Parish Nursing Program and served as its coordinator, died in her sleep of undetermined causes Wednesday at her Homewood residence. She was 53. Miss Comeaux, who had held nursing positions at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, St. Joseph Medical Center and Staff Builders Inc. during her nearly 30-year career, approached officials at Good Samaritan Hospital several years ago with a novel idea. She wanted to offer outreach and support services to the elderly, shut-ins and sometimes fearful patients through community churches.
NEWS
By MICHELLE HOFFMAN | July 21, 1994
"I thought the roof might be coming down," said Porcher Palmer, recalling the storefront crash that sent more than 1,000 pounds of nails hurling through Reindollar Hardware Monday.At about 9:30 a.m., Irene E. Clingan, 79, of Taneytown lost control of her 1984 Buick Regal in the lot of Taneytown Bank and Trust Co., 500 E. Baltimore St. Wheels squealing, the car sped across East Baltimore Street and through the front window of the hardware store.The car came to rest about three-quarters of the way into the store, according to Mr. Palmer, but not before it demolished two front panes of windows with a brick foundation, the nail bin, the front counter area and various display stands.
NEWS
By Meredith Schlow and Meredith Schlow,Staff Writer | February 3, 1993
Cheryl Weems, a student at Dumbarton Middle School, just north of the city line, would rather spend afternoons at her Towson church than at home."It's happier being around here," said Cheryl, 12, who has been attending the church's after-school study program for three years. "We get help with our homework and can talk about our problems."The program is just one of the tools the Rev. Ann F. Lightener, minister of Mount Calvary African-Methodist Episcopal Church, is using to help children establish an enduring relationship with the church.
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