The Cafeteria

Generations

Two Archdiocese of Baltimore students among 2015 Disney Dreamers
Apr 21 2015
Kevilyn Frazier, a freshman at The Seton Keough High School in Baltimore, and Matthew Heid, a sophomore at Archbishop Spalding High School in Severn, have been selected as Disney Dreamers.

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society honors teen fundraisers
Apr 17 2015
Several students at Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore made the Maryland Chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Student of the Year campaign a rousing success.

Beyond the Bell: Service-minded students keep Mount St. Joseph on the ball
Apr 16 2015
“Service is something our school is about,” said Mount St. Joseph High School principal David Norton.

Spalding girls’ lacrosse tops De Sales, heads to John Carroll with much at stake
Apr 08 2015
“Our goal is to get a little better every game,” Spalding coach Don Restly said.

Western Maryland youths begin Holy Week reaching out to poor
Mar 29 2015
70 teens from all the parishes of Western Maryland began their Holy Week at the event walking through frigid city streets.

World Youth Day 2016 in Poland will offer ‘Message of Mercy’
Mar 27 2015
A new airport, improved road and rail links, a fleet of dream buses and “Youth Bible” are among features projected for the Catholic Church’s 14th international celebration of World Youth Day in Krakow, Poland, in 2016.

Values of cooperation, gratitude guide members of Columbia Figure Skating Club
Mar 20 2015
Many members of the Columbia Figure Skating Club represent local Catholic institutions.

Beyond the Bell: Mock trial is real competition
Mar 19 2015
This year’s trial, prepared by more than 100 schools across Maryland, echoes recent news stories from Ferguson, Mo., and Sanford, Fla.

Lenten dinners bring family closer together
Mar 18 2015
It’s “no parents allowed” this Lent in the Smolka family kitchen.

Beyond the Bell: Curley jazz ensemble is more than just music
Mar 05 2015
In the Jazz Ensemble at Archbishop Curley High School in Baltimore, students do more than "try."