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Religious communities affirm commitment to city peace effort
Apr 28 2016
The men and women of religious orders operating in the archdiocese held their biannual Baltimore Forum April 21.

Mercy students mark anniversary of unrest with silent demonstration of peace and justice
Apr 27 2016
“Our Mercy girls take what they’ve learned here, and they’re taking it out and building a better world,” Mary Beth Lennon said.

Loyola University coach was mom first, then Baltimore lacrosse icon
Apr 27 2016
Shannon Aikens wears the same uniform number at Loyola University Maryland of her mother, the late Diane Geppi Aikens.

Lifeblood of the church: Engaging youth at Towson University
Apr 22 2016
When the need to reach out to the massive student body at Towson University was mentioned, Father Matt Buening was moved to stand up.

Seventh-grade scribe wins kudos from archbishop
Apr 21 2016
Hannah Shaffrey, seventh-grade, wins the first annual Sacred Heart Middle School Essay Contest.

Ugandan orphans serenade Towson with message of joy
Apr 15 2016
Father Francis Ouma, originally from Uganda, received a unique opportunity to share his culture with Towson’s Immaculate Conception community.

Catholic High senior, one of 60 Distinctive Scholars throughout archdiocese, is going places
Apr 07 2016
Three students from each of the 20 high schools in the archdiocese were honored April 4 as Distinctive Scholars.

Booth, Villanova in NCAA final means late night for Mount St. Joseph
Apr 05 2016
Booth came off the Villanova bench and scored a team-high 20 points in their 77-74 victory over the University of North Carolina.

Archdiocese of Baltimore wins top education honors
Mar 30 2016
The National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) has recognized the Archdiocese of Baltimore as an exceptional supporter of Catholic education.

Baltimore sixth-graders expand learning, leadership on banks of Chesapeake
Mar 30 2016
“What struck me most was watching our kids push themselves, physically and emotionally,” said Marie Snyder of St. Casimir School.

Maryland budget to include $5 million in nonpublic school scholarships for low-income students
Mar 29 2016
A $5 million scholarship program for low-income students to attend nonpublic schools was included in a $42 million operating budget approved March 29.

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