Dozens of children gather for Cathedral’s annual Easter egg hunt
Apr 20 2014
Dressed in their Easter best, children participated in the annual egg hunt on the grounds of the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen.
School news: A business plan, math and science competition and leaders honored
Apr 16 2014
Students create a business plan, teachers and business leaders receive awards and young people engage in a math and science competition.
Loyola recognizes two Catholic school educators for outstanding literacy work
Apr 12 2014
"Can't" is one word that is not allowed in 32-year-old teacher Kristina Collins' classroom.
USCCB releases resource guide on Girl Scouts for Catholic parishes
Apr 09 2014
A U.S. bishops’ committee released key points from its dialogue with Girl Scout leaders outlining major concerns of church leaders.
St. Francis of Assisi School seeks International Baccalaureate status
Apr 08 2014
St. Francis of Assisi School embraces the charisms of its patron saint.
12-year-old's wish to go to Vatican, see Pope Francis to come true
Mar 25 2014
Thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Jasmine Munoz, a 12-year-old leukemia survivor, will be able to live out her dream of meeting Pope Francis.
School news: A physicist, Dr. Seuss and award recipients
Mar 14 2014
Schools featured include Calvert Hall, Archbishop Spalding, Resurrection-St. Paul, St. Mark and Trinity School.
School news: Contest winners, vocations and STEM fun night
Mar 07 2014
From a literary standout at Notre Dame of Maryland University to a Fullerton priest talking vocations, check out the latest education news.
Scout Mass brings ‘peace light’ to Baltimore archdiocese
Mar 03 2014
UPDATED At this year's annual Scout Mass, Boy and Girl Scouts exhibited in Baltimore for the first time the International Peace Light.
Schools test ‘cyber days’ to keep school ‘open’ during severe weather
Mar 03 2014
UPDATED: Catholic schools have been implementing "cyber days" to ensure that students continue to learn even in inclement weather.