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NDP grad shines with swim gold at Rio Paralympics
Sep 09 2016
Rebecca Meyers is majoring in history in college. She made some Sept. 8 at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.

Tech World: From K to 12, Annapolis school readies students
Sep 09 2016
From kindergarten through 12th grade, students of St. Mary’s are receiving a cutting-edge education.

Archbishop Lori updates planning strategy
Sep 08 2016
As part of preparing the archdiocese and parishes to be ready to help create “missionary disciples,” the archbishop established a planning process for parishes and schools, including a detailed study of the current conditions and capacity of 22 schools.

Baltimore Archdiocese’s young musicians find Midwestern inspiration
Sep 08 2016
The young adults who attend Music Ministry Alive! summer institute in Minnesota seem to return to their parishes with a common goal.

Baltimore Catholic schools celebrate $1 million gift from Under Armour founder
Sep 07 2016
Kevin Plank has made a $1 million gift to help children from low-income families attend Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore.

Coffee & Doughnuts with Barbara McGraw Edmondson
Sep 06 2016
Meet the superintendent of Catholic schools for the Archdiocese of Baltimore.

Statue at St. Ursula honors foundress of religious community and two students
Sep 02 2016
The story behind a special statue at St. Ursula is one of heartbreak, joy and hope.

Mother Teresa’s 1975 visit to Notre Dame of Maryland University was awe-inspiring
Sep 01 2016
“She had a quiet, spiritual aura that enveloped her and enveloped the people with her,” Sister Kathleen Feeley said.

First day: St. Louis School welcomes students with new needs, new offerings
Aug 29 2016
“Each one of you should make up your mind that this is going to be the best year of school ever,” Archbishop Lori told the students.

Catholic educators begin school year with prayer and call to spiritual renewal
Aug 26 2016
The Catholic Schools Convocation attracted 1,400 teachers and administrators to the Seton Shrine in Emmitsburg.

BOOST scholarship program awards $5 million to help low-income students in nonpublic schools
Aug 24 2016
Families are snapping up new state scholarship money in order to send their kids to non-public schools, and many are choosing Catholic schools.

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