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Interim Mount St. Mary’s president eyes the long haul
Jun 20 2016
Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg announced the appointment June 20 of an interim president, one who is interested in taking the job on a permanent basis.

No rest for Calvert Hall scholars
Jun 10 2016
Three Distinctive Scholars from Calvert Hall all journeyed through the school's McMullen Scholars Program.

$1 million donation to help Mercy High School students learn globally
Jun 09 2016
Mercy High School has received a $1 million donation – its largest single gift from an individual donor – from philanthropist Mary Catherine Bunting.

Applications open for new scholarship money for non-public schools in Maryland
Jun 01 2016
There is new state scholarship money – $5 million – available for K-12 students who wish to attend non-public schools.

John Carroll School extends mercy to mother, son from Nigeria
May 30 2016
Mike Tertsea's classmates raised $1,763 and $500 was donated by teachers to bring Tertsea's mother from Africa for his graduation.

At opening of Divine Mercy University, Archbishop Lori discusses religious freedom
May 26 2016
We must not only be recipients of mercy, said Archbishop Lori, but also agents of mercy.

Fullerton parish school gets an ‘A’ in handwriting
May 25 2016
Zaner-Bloser, an Ohio-based publisher of educational programs, honored St. Joseph School kindergartener Caitlin Cahutay as a grand national champion in handwriting.

OLPH fourth-grader wins Baltimore archdiocese's spelling bee
May 18 2016
Emaan Ali, a fourth-grader from Our Lady of Perpetual Help School in Ellicott City, took top honors in the annual spelling bee sponsored by the Archdiocese of Baltimore Department of Catholic Schools and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt School Publishers.

Names and Numbers: Authors, students make news
May 18 2016
Authors, leaders and scholarship recipients highlight this installment of Names and Numbers.

Notre Dame gives Laetare Medal to Biden, Boehner over critics’ objections
May 16 2016
In their remarks after the conferral of the Laetare Medal, Biden and Boehner spoke of the necessity to find common ground.

From flight to all right: Family reflects on providence, in form of Catholic parish, schools
May 09 2016
“We wanted our children to know that morality exists, and it should be maintained,” Mukuna said of her children’s Catholic education.

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