Parish News

Faith

Three takeaways from symposium for black catechists
Sep 15 2014
Catechists and youth ministers from 17 other parishes and Catholic schools in Baltimore, New York and Washington, D.C, gathered at St. Veronica.

Locust Point parish basks in Star-Spangled glow
Sep 15 2014
The 11 a.m. Mass at Our Lady of Good Counsel in Locust Point drew urban hipsters, tourists and old-timers decked out in red, white and blue.

Parkville mom makes big strides in raising funds for people with autism
Sep 13 2014
In 2010, Trish Kane joined the board of the Abilities Network.

Prayer novena takes on relevance as world crises escalate
Sep 12 2014
The novena, Sept. 10-20, begins most days at 9:30 a.m. in the church, with a break from 11:45 a.m.-1:45 p.m.

Highlandtown parish leadership passes from one Franciscan order to another
Sep 08 2014
Franciscan Friars of the Third Order Regular will turn over responsibility for St. Elizabeth of Hungary in Highlandtown Sept. 13-14.

Parish fights city to guard dignity of Baltimore’s homeless, poor
Sep 05 2014
Father Dick Lawrence doesn’t see homeless people through rose-colored glasses, but he doesn’t close his eyes to them either.

‘The Amazing Parish’ explores ways to revitalize Catholic communities
Sep 03 2014
Some 140 parishes and organizations gathered for the invitation-only Amazing Parish Conference Aug. 27-28 in Denver.

Hispanic Catholics gather for ‘Caravan of Faith’
Aug 31 2014
The gathering began with a prayer service led by Archbishop William E. Lori.

Living beyond expectations, Cumberland man exudes ‘no-quit attitude’
Aug 30 2014
“Doctors said I wasn’t supposed to make it past my twenties,” Shand Crawford wrote, “but I’m still here!"

‘United by our common desire’ Archbishop Lori, interfaith leaders pray for peace in Iraq
Aug 25 2014
UPDATED with collection amounts - Archbishop William E. Lori joined with Christian, Jewish and Muslim religious leaders Aug. 24 to pray for peace in Iraq.