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After 13 months in hall, worship at Middle River parish returns to church
Mar 20 2017
Easter Sunday will take on added meaning at Our Lady, Queen of Peace.

International Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Fatima coming to Archdiocese of Baltimore
Mar 16 2017
The International Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Fatima will be displayed as part of a nationwide call to prayer.

Late winter storm closes institutions across archdiocese
Mar 14 2017
Parishes, schools and Catholic institutions were impacted by late-winter snow storm.

Monsignor Armstrong, beloved rector of Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, dies at 81
Mar 09 2017
“The church asked him to become a father to the people of God and he did that extraordinarily well,” Father Seitz said.

Vicariate structure outlined for Archdiocese of Baltimore
Mar 08 2017
Archbishop Lori announced he has returned the archdiocese to the three-vicariate system, with urban, eastern and western vicariates.

Frederick County family of five has ‘amazing journey’ to Catholic Church
Mar 07 2017
"God seemed to put a lot of obstacles in our path," Stacey Verby said, "but it’s been the best, amazing journey."

Structural problems close Brunswick church permanently
Mar 06 2017
St. Francis of Assisi Church in Brunswick has closed permanently due to structural problems that, according to engineers, have left the building unsuitable for occupancy.

Bishop Brennan shares hopes for Latino community at 38th Social Ministry Convocation
Mar 06 2017
“Keep reaffirming that the foundation (of Catholic social teaching) is the respect for every human being,” Bishop Brennan said.

Names and Numbers: 70th jubilee for Maryknoll Sister, honors for Hickory Holy Name
Mar 02 2017
The newest installment of Names and Numbers features an enduring Maryknoll Sister, teacher honors and more.

Catholics begin Lent by receiving ashes
Mar 01 2017
Many Catholics throughout the Archdiocese of Baltimore are heading to church March 1 to begin the 40-day preparation for Easter.