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Archbishop Lori in tune at hometown’s 50th reunion
Jul 20 2015
Faith and humor mark Archbishop William E. Lori's 50th Catholic elementary school reunion in his native Indiana.

Through collaboration, three parishes improve quality, quantity of religious education options
Jul 15 2015
A trio of religious education directors join forces to give parents a more fulfilling experience as they prepare their children for sacraments.

Allentown priest appointed new rector of Mount St. Mary’s Seminary
Jul 09 2015
Archbishop William E. Lori has appointed Monsignor Andrew R. Baker as rector of Mount St. Mary’s Seminary.

St. Frances Academy president affirms support for Camille Cosby
Jul 09 2015
“I am very supportive of Camille and her family and will keep her in prayer,” said Oblate Sister of Providence John Francis Schilling.

One sister, three families: Notre Dame Prep headmistress keeps expanding networks
Jul 07 2015
How large is the heart of School Sister of Notre Dame Patricia McCarron? Big enough to embrace and nurture three families.

Annunciation parishioner honored for extraordinary generosity, Eagle of the Cross honorees named
Jul 01 2015
Twenty youths were selected from Archdiocese of Baltimore parishes and high schools to receive the Eagle of the Cross award.

Holy Spirit, time brought answers to Severna Park principal
Jun 27 2015
Two-time Archdiocesan Principal of the Year, Sister Linda Larsen retires after 27 years as principal at St. John the Evangelist.

Mount Carmel president retires but will never really leave
Jun 26 2015
For more than three decades, Kathleen Sipes, president of Our Lady of Mount Carmel School, went to work with a smile on her face.

2015 Graduate Profile: Full scholarship winner appreciates extracurricular learning at Cristo Rey
Jun 18 2015
Taylor Luallen was chosen from seniors in the 28-school Cristo Rey Network to receive a four-year scholarship to Stevenson University.

2015 Graduate Profile: Mercy researcher eyes cancer cure
Jun 17 2015
Amanda Green was so inspired by a book about the spread of a deadly virus that it inspired her to pursue a career in molecular biology.

Archdiocese commits $100,000 to city youth jobs
Jun 17 2015
The Archdiocese of Baltimore has joined an effort of reaching out to the disenfranchised, pledging $100,000 toward Baltimore’s summer jobs program.

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