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Religious Education

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  • Ann P. 'Nip' Melocik, physical ed teacher, dies

    Ann P. 'Nip' Melocik, physical ed teacher, dies
    Ann P. "Nip" Melocik, a retired parochial school physical education instructor, died Wednesday of heart failure at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Loch Raven Village resident was 80. The daughter of a restaurateur and a homemaker, the former Ann...
  • GAA misses final touch

    NORTHEAST GLENDALE — Plenty of scoring chances came the way of the Glendale Adventist Academy boys' soccer team in a Liberty League game against Yeshiva Wednesday. The problem was those chances didn't translate to goals for the Cougars. Yeshiva, on...
  • Ann P. "Nip" Melocik, physical ed teacher, dies

    Ann P. "Nip" Melocik, physical ed teacher, dies
    Ann P. "Nip" Melocik, a retired parochial school physical education instructor, died Wednesday of heart failure at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Loch Raven Village resident was 80. The daughter of a restaurateur and a homemaker, the former Ann...
  • Archbishop O'Brien leaving Baltimore for post in Rome

    Archbishop O'Brien leaving Baltimore for post in Rome
    Archbishop Edwin F. O'Brien flies to Rome next month for a new job leading a global order of Catholic knights, a post that likely will lead to his elevation to cardinal, but which also begins his departure from the Archdiocese of Baltimore. Pope Benedict...
  • Compassion without boundaries: The generosity of Howard countians in faraway places

    Compassion without boundaries: The generosity of Howard countians in faraway places
    Schools, homes, shoes and jobs. Love. Hope. As myriad as the needs of those swept up in poverty, abandonment and disaster are the people who pour out their time and treasure to help. In Howard County, we have a commendable reputation for helping our own,...
  • Book review: 'The Novice: A Story of True Love'

    Book review: 'The Novice: A Story of True Love'
    The Novice A Story of True Love Thich Nhat Hanh HarperOne: 147 pp., $23.99 The novel, as a storytelling device, begins with that white parchment of possibility, turns many tricks, reveals many truths and, in the best of hands, can exploit the very...
  • Chicago Forward: Education (Coming Sept. 13)

    Chicago Forward: Education (Coming Sept. 13)
    Our Sept. 13 public affairs forum, Chicago Forward: Education, is just around the corner. Dedicated members of Trib Nation will recall we hosted one of these forums a year ago, and I'll include a link to that forum in this post. This year's Chicago...
  • Music is mystical

    Music is mystical
    Cantor David Presler Title: Cantor, Temple Emeth, Delray Beach. Other job experience: Served as cantor at synagogues in New York for 28 years; former music teacher at New York City public schools. Other community posts: Private voice teacher....
  • Friends and Sports are a factor

    The reasons families choose to leave Newport-Mesa Unified schools are as diverse as the schools they choose. Friends and sports are often major considerations. Many people spoke of attending elementary school and middle school outside of Newport-Mesa,...
  • School Flight Part 3: Families return to neighborhood schools

    School Flight Part 3: Families return to neighborhood schools
    Last of three parts. COSTA MESA — Jill Fales remembers moving to Mesa Verde three years ago and hearing neighborhood parents recite stereotypes in an effort to dissuade her from enrolling her son in the elementary school down the street. Adams...
  • Being Muslim on the 10th anniversary of September 11th

    Being Muslim on the 10th anniversary of September 11th
    The Sept. 11 terrorist attacks ignited an unprecedented level of anxiety in Chicago’s Muslim community. A look back at the Tribune’s coverage 10 years ago recounts stories of Islamic schools and mosques locking their doors, Muslim women...