Father Mattingly Pleads Guilty to Fleecing Flock Former Pastor of St. Mary’s County Church Pleads Guilty to Federal Bank Fraud Charges: Will Have to Wear …
Faith: Bishop Ron Archer Testimony The “Trick” Baby
Financial difficulties resulting from the Great Depression reportedly caused the closing of Cardinal Gibbons in 1933. Cardinal Gibbons was reopened by Father Horace B. McKenna in 1936.
This church was the target of the Devil Duo, a couple of Wiccan followers who broke into nearly a dozen churches in St. Mary’s County in the early 1990’s and stole crosses, chalices, and other alter items.
A pretty girl with blue hair and a true gift for music serenaded a crowded train station with a violin rendition of “Hallelujah,” but no one seemed to notice.
Mercury Theatre Presents: The Happy Prince by Orson Welles – Christmas Day 1941
A Corona, California, man was sentenced yesterday to serve six years in prison to be followed by three years of supervised release in connection with a fraudulent advance fee scheme and tax evasion.
Shannon Johnson, 51, formerly of Laytonsville, Maryland, was sentenced by Chief U.S. District Judge Deborah K. Chasanow, who also entered an order that Johnson forfeit $3.7 million, and as a special condition of his supervised release, cooperate with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in determining all taxes owed for tax years 2002 through 2009, and to pay the IRS all additional taxes, interest and penalties.
(July 22, 2014) – Deputy State Fire Marshals are currently on the scene investigating the cause of a church fire which was reported earlier this morning at 11:12 A.M.
The fire was reported to the 911 Center by a passerby.
Numerous fire departments from Wicomico County and Delaware responded to the fire which quickly escalated to three-alarms. It is estimated nearly 100 firefighters are still currently extinguishing the blaze.
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So God made a hunter