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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | October 25, 2013
The Rev. Terrence "Terry" Toland, former president of St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia who had also been campus minister at Loyola University Maryland, died Oct. 18 of heart failure at Manresa Hall, Loyola Center, in Merion, Pa. He was 90. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Father Toland graduated in 1939 from St. Joseph's Preparatory School and entered the Society of Jesus. He earned his bachelor's and master's degrees from Loyola University in Chicago and his theology degree from the old Woodstock College in Baltimore County.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | October 25, 2013
The Rev. Terrence "Terry" Toland, former president of St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia who had also been campus minister at Loyola University Maryland, died Oct. 18 of heart failure at Manresa Hall, Loyola Center, in Merion, Pa. He was 90. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Father Toland graduated in 1939 from St. Joseph's Preparatory School and entered the Society of Jesus. He earned his bachelor's and master's degrees from Loyola University in Chicago and his theology degree from the old Woodstock College in Baltimore County.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | December 27, 2011
The Rev. James Ashton Devereux, a Jesuit priest who served as provincial of Maryland Province, died of Parkinson's disease Dec. 19 at Manresa Hall in Merion Station, Pa. He was 83. Born in Philadelphia, he was a 1945 graduate of St. Joseph's Preparatory School and entered the Society of Jesus the same year. Father Devereux earned his bachelor's degree in 1951 and master's in 1954, both from the old Woodstock College in Baltimore County. He also received a licentiate in sacred theology at St. Albert de Louvain in Belgium and had a doctorate in English from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | February 22, 2012
The Rev. Joseph M. Kennedy, a Jesuit priest who taught in India for 30 years, died of heart failure Feb. 12 at the St. Claude la Colombiere Community, his order's Roland Park retirement home. He was 88. Born in Baltimore and raised in Chevy Chase, he was a Gonzaga College High School graduate who attended Georgetown University before entering the Society of Jesus in 1942. He studied at the old Woodstock College from 1946 to 1949. As a seminarian, he was granted permission to become an Indian missionary.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | February 22, 2012
The Rev. Joseph M. Kennedy, a Jesuit priest who taught in India for 30 years, died of heart failure Feb. 12 at the St. Claude la Colombiere Community, his order's Roland Park retirement home. He was 88. Born in Baltimore and raised in Chevy Chase, he was a Gonzaga College High School graduate who attended Georgetown University before entering the Society of Jesus in 1942. He studied at the old Woodstock College from 1946 to 1949. As a seminarian, he was granted permission to become an Indian missionary.
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By Ron Snyder and Ron Snyder,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | January 10, 1999
If you blink your eyes, you might miss it.That's how small Woodstock, a neighborhood on the border of Baltimore and Howard counties, is.Surrounded mostly by farmland, Woodstock is fairly serene despite its proximity to busy Interstate 70."When we moved here, Woodstock was even more of a sleeper community than it is now," said Terri Berchelli, who moved to Woodstock 14 years ago."Some people in Ellicott City don't even know it is here."Berchelli and her husband, Vince, moved to Woodstock 15 years ago from Prince George's County.
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June 14, 2003
The Rev. Edward Joseph Tinney, who taught at Loyola High School and later was a pastor and hospital chaplain, died in his sleep Tuesday at Loyola Center Jesuit Infirmary at St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia. He was 90. Born and raised in Philadelphia, he was a 1931 graduate of St. Joseph's Preparatory School. He entered the Society of Jesus that year at St. Isaac Jogues Novitiate in Wernersville, Pa. Father Tinney earned a bachelor's degree in philosophy in 1937 from St. Louis University and completed additional theological studies at Woodstock College in Maryland.
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By Diane Mullaly | December 19, 1993
25 Years Ago (Week of Dec. 8-14, 1968):* Howard County citizens responded generously with donations to assist the George Wright family, who lost their home and all their possessions, including Christmas presents, in a fire. 50 Years Ago (Week of Dec. 12-18, 1943):* Mr. and Mrs. George F. Schatz of Montgomery Road received a 50-word postcard from their son, Cpl. George A. Schatz, who was being held by the Japanese in a North Luzon prison camp. This was only the second communication they had received from him since his imprisonment 20 months earlier.
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October 30, 2004
The Rev. Aloysius Robert Thoman, a retired Jesuit pastor of a historic Southern Maryland parish who was later chaplain of Mercy Medical Center in downtown Baltimore, died Sunday at a St. Joseph's University health care center in Philadelphia of complications from a stroke. He was 97. Born in Baltimore, he attended the old St. Paul Parochial School and was a 1925 graduate of Loyola High School, then at Calvert and Madison streets, where he developed an affection for mathematics and a talent for practical mechanics and electricity.
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By Jacques Kelly | February 21, 2008
The Rev. Walter J. Burghardt, a Jesuit theologian who taught at the old Woodstock College for more than three decades, died of congestive heart failure Friday at his order's retirement home in suburban Philadelphia. He was 93. Born in New York City, he attended Woodstock College in Baltimore County, where he was ordained into the Roman Catholic priesthood in 1941. He taught for 32 years. "Love every man, woman and child as Jesus loves us, each an image of God whether friend or enemy, of whatever culture or color," Father Burghardt once said.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | December 27, 2011
The Rev. James Ashton Devereux, a Jesuit priest who served as provincial of Maryland Province, died of Parkinson's disease Dec. 19 at Manresa Hall in Merion Station, Pa. He was 83. Born in Philadelphia, he was a 1945 graduate of St. Joseph's Preparatory School and entered the Society of Jesus the same year. Father Devereux earned his bachelor's degree in 1951 and master's in 1954, both from the old Woodstock College in Baltimore County. He also received a licentiate in sacred theology at St. Albert de Louvain in Belgium and had a doctorate in English from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.
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By Ron Snyder and Ron Snyder,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | January 10, 1999
If you blink your eyes, you might miss it.That's how small Woodstock, a neighborhood on the border of Baltimore and Howard counties, is.Surrounded mostly by farmland, Woodstock is fairly serene despite its proximity to busy Interstate 70."When we moved here, Woodstock was even more of a sleeper community than it is now," said Terri Berchelli, who moved to Woodstock 14 years ago."Some people in Ellicott City don't even know it is here."Berchelli and her husband, Vince, moved to Woodstock 15 years ago from Prince George's County.
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February 25, 2005
The Rev. Robert B. Cullen, a retired Loyola High School guidance counselor, died of heart disease Feb.15 at a Jesuit retirement residence in Merion, Pa. He was 78. Born in Larchmont, N.Y., he entered the Society of Jesus in 1946 and earned a degree in philosophy from the old Woodstock College. From 1952 to 1953, he taught religion to sophomores at Loyola High. He was ordained a priest in 1958 and received a master's degree in counseling psychology from Fordham University in 1963. Father Cullen taught in Dallas and Pittsburgh before becoming a Loyola High guidance counselor.
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By DeWitt Bliss and DeWitt Bliss,Sun Staff Writer | February 26, 1994
The Rev. Joseph P. Whelan, S.J., who had been provincial of the Maryland Province of the Society of Jesus before becoming the American assistant to the superior general of the Jesuits in Rome, died Monday of cancer at the Loyola Infirmary at St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia.Father Whelan, who was 61, was named provincial in 1979 and held the post until 1984 when he was called to Rome, where he remained until 1990. From 1971 until 1978, he was assistant for training and education to the Maryland provincial.
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