Catholic Education


Stars shine bright at special John Carroll prom
Apr 20 2017
“A Night for Our Stars,” a prom for students and adults with special needs, made March 26 a night to remember.

Georgetown University, Jesuits apologize for roles in sale of slaves
Apr 19 2017
Georgetown University and the Society of Jesus' Maryland province apologized for their roles in the 1838 sale of 272 enslaved individuals.

Offering it up: St. Philip Neri students sweat to Stations of the Cross
Apr 07 2017
Students from St. Philip Neri School in Linthicum are combining physical and spiritual fitness.

Lifting up the ‘little people’: Baltimore Jesuits to open preschool
Apr 07 2017
The Loyola Early Learning Center, a pre-K institution for 2-year-olds, will open Sept. 10 in Baltimore.

Goretti High scholars underscore Hagerstown’s ‘hub’ status
Apr 06 2017
The achievers nominated for the archdiocese’s 25th annual Distinctive Scholars Convocation by St. Maria Goretti High School give credence to Hagerstown’s reputation as the Hub City.

Georgetown sets date to rename buildings honoring a slave, black teacher
Apr 04 2017
Georgetown University will rename two buildings on campus previously named for priests who sold 272 people into slavery.

Cathedral students among CRS Helping Hands
Apr 03 2017
For the second straight year, the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen Parish has held a CRS Helping Hands meal-packaging event as a Lenten outreach initiative.

Sister Mary Christopher Bourke, former principal who served students well beyond graduation, dies
Apr 02 2017
Serving mainly in education, Sister Mary Christopher was appointed principal of the former Mount St. Agnes High School in Baltimore at age 30, a position she held for most of her ministry.

St. Frances Academy girls on national basketball stage
Mar 30 2017
The Panthers received an invitation to the Dick’s Sporting Goods High School Nationals and a date with Hamilton Heights (Tenn.) Christian Academy at 11 a.m. March 31 in New York.

Coffee & Doughnuts with Marylou Yam
Mar 15 2017
Marylou Yam, president of Notre Dame of Maryland University, sits down with the Catholic Review.

Late winter storm closes institutions across archdiocese
Mar 14 2017
Parishes, schools and Catholic institutions were impacted by late-winter snow storm.

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