Vocations

Faith

To do it over again, 100-year-old sister wouldn’t change a thing, except her name
Nov 16 2014
What was it that enticed an Irish girl to join a religious order and move across the world for its work?

‘A life of intimacy with God’: Baltimore’s Carmelites commemorate 225 years
Nov 02 2014
If there’s one thing to know about Baltimore’s Carmelites, it’s this: “We’re all passionately in love with God.”

Priests give strong support to capital campaign
Oct 15 2014
“If anyone knows the needs out there, it would be our own priests,” said Father Arnold, pastor of Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Ellicott City.

Year of Consecrated Life events to help laity learn more about religious
Oct 05 2014
Priests, brothers and women religious intend to open their convents, monasteries, abbeys and religious houses to the public in February.

Archbishop Lori announces clergy assignments in September 2014
Sep 30 2014
Archbishop William E. Lori announced the following clergy assignments.

Jesuit keeps love of creation, justice for the poor foremost in life
Sep 28 2014
Father Fritsch, who turns 81 Sept. 30, sees nature as a gift to value and protect so that it continues to give life.

Retired Sisters on the move to support Marian House
Sep 18 2014
Religious Sister of Mercy Paula Marie Phelan is still very much on the go.

Archbishop Lori announces clergy assignments for August 2014
Aug 28 2014
Changes include pastor, associate pastor and special ministry assignments.

School Sisters of Notre Dame celebrate 25 local jubilarians
Aug 20 2014
A local celebration for 25 members of the School Sisters of Notre Dame who serve in Archdiocese of Baltimore will be held Saturday, Aug. 23, at Villa Assumpta.

New seminarians include four who participated in vocations camp
Aug 17 2014
Daniel Acquard first considered the priesthood five years ago as a freshman in high school.