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What do you think was the most significant story of 2010 in the Archdiocese of Baltimore?
Archbishop William D. Borders, 13th Archbishop of Baltimore, dies at age 96.
Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore opens new $400 million hospital tower.
At international conference, Archbishop Edwin F. O'Brien calls for an end to nuclear weapons.
Mount Calvary Anglican Church in Baltimore votes to join Roman Catholic Church.
Archdiocese of Baltimore announces closure of 13 Catholic schools, unveils plan to secure future of Catholic education.
Bishop F. Richard Spencer, former Western Maryland pastor, is named auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese for U.S. Military Services.
Archdiocese of Baltimore sues Baltimore City to overturn law that requires pro-life pregnancy centers to post signs about services they don't provide.
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