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April 5, 2002
Bon Secours center to present dances and drumming for peace Bon Secours Spiritual Center, an extension of the ministry of the Sisters of Bon Secours, will offer an evening in its Dances of Universal Peace series from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. today. The dances, which involve simple steps and chanting from many religions, are intended as meditations in movement. A Drumming for Peace Circle will be held from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Monday. Admission is free; donations will be accepted. Information or register: 410-442-1320.
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By Phil Greenfield and Phil Greenfield,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 4, 2004
Borrowing some spiritually charged lingo from the New Age folks, the Columbia Orchestra took the Rouse Theatre stage Saturday evening for a concert titled "Body, Voice, and Spirit." Homage to the "Body" came courtesy of "Rainbow Body," a work by Christopher Theofanides, a contemporary composer affiliated with New York's Juilliard School and the Peabody Institute in Baltimore. Already recorded by Robert Spano and his Atlanta Symphony on the Telarc label, "Rainbow Body" was last year's winner of Masterprize, one of the music world's most prestigious awards for composition.
NEWS
March 24, 2006
The spirituality of sexuality is topic The Shrine of St. Anthony will present a spiritual reading seminar on "Tender Fires: The Spiritual Promise of Sexuality," by Fran Ferder and John Heagle, from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. today at the shrine, 12290 Folly Quarter Road, near Glenelg. The seminar, for which the Rev. Bart A. Karwacki will be the facilitator, will focus on the spirituality of sexuality and the question: "How can I -- in the unique circumstances of my life and with God's help and grace -- become a more responsible lover and life-giver?"
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Sun Staff Writer | August 23, 1994
In the waiting room of Liberty Christian Counseling Center a child draws with crayons, while his parents meet with a counselor.Dr. David B. Graham, director of the Eldersburg center, will often ask a child to sketch pictures of his family. The drawings help the counselor develop a picture of the inner child."The child can draw anything he wants," said Dr. Graham, a behavioral pediatrician, who uses the drawings "as a piece of data" to help him determine the child's emotional state."The children express themselves through art," the doctor said.
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By John Rivera and John Rivera,SUN STAFF | April 12, 2000
O Lord, open my lips And my mouth shall declare your praise. For centuries, monks have mouthed these words as they begin their daily regimen of prayer in the pre-dawn hours. The Liturgy of the Hours -- Psalms and prayers recited at set hours -- fixed the rhythm of their day, from rising to rest. Also called the Divine Office, the prayers have for the most part been the preserve of Roman Catholic priests, deacons, nuns and brothers. But the Office is being discovered by Catholic lay people, such as those who gather every day for Morning Prayer at St. Clement Mary Hofbauer parish in Rosedale, or for Evening Prayer at St. Benedict parish in Southwest Baltimore.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Peter Temes and By Peter Temes,Special to the Sun | March 16, 2003
Office of Innocence, by Thomas Keneally. Doubleday. 352 pages. $25. Every year there are more books about World War II. The pace of production seems only to quicken, yet few do more than revisit the old cliches about times and places, hearts and minds. Novelist Thomas Keneally is a welcome exception to the rule of the over-familiar in this literary category. Particularly with his novel Schindler's List, he has demonstrated an ability to find new stories to tell of the war's impact on the souls of men and women.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,Sun reporter | December 29, 2007
Timothy Waxter Maher, a former chemist who became a holistic health practitioner, died of melanoma complications Monday at the Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. He was 47. Born in Baltimore and raised in Roland Park, Mr. Maher was a 1978 graduate of Boys' Latin School, where he played tennis and ran cross country. He earned a bachelor's degree in chemistry from the University of Vermont. After graduating from Vermont, Mr. Maher studied chemical engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology and by 1986 joined his father as a research engineer working with zeolites, porous minerals, and catalysts at Netherlands firm Conteka B.V. He worked in the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Sweden.
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By Jean Leslie and Jean Leslie,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 3, 2000
Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbia quietly opened the One World Coffeehouse - a good place to sit back, enjoy a cup of coffee and listen to good, live music with your family. Now in its second year, One World Coffeehouse at Owen Brown Interfaith Center has been host of 11 concerts and will offer five more through May. The welcoming environment of Unitarian Universalist coffeehouses has provided an artistic haven for a variety of performers and helped launch the entertainment careers of folk musicians such as Pete Seeger and Arlo Guthrie.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Tim Smith | November 19, 2000
Today is the Day of Judgment. No, this has nothing to do with the presidential election. We're talking a more spiritual -- and musical -- realm. Georg Philipp Telemann's 1762 oratorio "Der Tag Des Gerichts" ("The Day of Judgment") will receive a rare performance in an ideal setting this evening -- the baroque-style St. Ignatius Church in the Mount Vernon neighborhood. A specially assembled chorus, vocal soloists and period instrument orchestra (including a top-notch ensemble called the King's Noyse)
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