Catholic Education


Bel Air school embraces Year of Mercy in multiple ways
Feb 27 2016
From the pew to the playground, the relationship between the Year of Mercy and the daily rhythms of St. Margaret School in Bel Air appears seamless.

Arbutus school pounds the drum for good behavior
Feb 26 2016
Students at Our Lady of Victory Catholic School danced and laughed along as they participated in a “cardio drumming” class.

Names & Numbers: Schools sing for city, raise funds for cancer
Feb 24 2016
IND students commemorate 100th anniversary of the first performance of Baltimore's municipal anthem; Students and teachers earn honors.

St. Frances Academy receives $500,000 gift
Feb 22 2016
St. Frances Academy in Baltimore recently received a $500,000 gift from the Paul DeMatteo Charitable Fund.

Synergy bolsters Catholic universities, K-12 schools in Baltimore archdiocese
Feb 20 2016
A pleasant surprise for parents sending their children to Catholic schools with eyes toward a quality college education: Their children are already benefitting from Catholic universities in the Archdiocese of Baltimore.

Baltimore students make symbolic border stand with Pope Francis
Feb 18 2016
Baltimoreans gathered at St. Patrick in Fells Point Feb. 17 for a Mass in solidarity with the pope and immigrants.

Loyola University Maryland receives $2.5 million gift
Feb 17 2016
Loyola University Maryland has received a $2.5 million planned gift from Joanna Armiger Edwards and her husband, Stuart W. Edwards.

Mount St. Mary’s board apologizes, continues support for president
Feb 16 2016
The Board of Trustees of Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg issued an apology to the university community after a controversy erupted over a discussion about student retention university President Simon Newman had with some faculty members, and after some faculty members were dismissed in the aftermath.

Mount St. Joseph seeks to restore order to wrestling world
Feb 11 2016
Come the evening of Feb. 13, Mount St. Joseph would dearly love to have order restored to the high school wrestling world.

Antonio Liburd is among the seventh-graders at Ss. James and John School in Baltimore, where the January 2015 death of a classmate elicited help from the Archdiocese of Baltimore Department of Catholic Schools. (Jennifer Fulginiti/Special to the Review) In worst of times, archdiocesan crisis team there to help
Feb 07 2016
Ss. James and John welcomed help from the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s crisis team after a murder-suicide impacted school family.

Pledging their kindness
Feb 05 2016
Kindness is spreading in schools throughout the Archdiocese of Baltimore, thanks to Annabelle Arnold, a senior at The Seton Keough High School in Baltimore, and a powerful movie.

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