Catholic Education


Booth, Villanova in NCAA final means late night for Mount St. Joseph
Apr 05 2016
Booth came off the Villanova bench and scored a team-high 20 points in their 77-74 victory over the University of North Carolina.

Archdiocese of Baltimore wins top education honors
Mar 30 2016
The National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) has recognized the Archdiocese of Baltimore as an exceptional supporter of Catholic education.

Baltimore sixth-graders expand learning, leadership on banks of Chesapeake
Mar 30 2016
“What struck me most was watching our kids push themselves, physically and emotionally,” said Marie Snyder of St. Casimir School.

Maryland budget to include $5 million in nonpublic school scholarships for low-income students
Mar 29 2016
A $5 million scholarship program for low-income students to attend nonpublic schools was included in a $42 million operating budget approved March 29.

Freedom of speech gets bumpy ride on U.S. college campuses
Mar 29 2016
College campuses, once considered bastions of free expression, have been erring so much on the side of caution and fear of offending others that many say they are stifling free speech.

Names and Numbers: Students debate their way to scholarships, testify in Annapolis
Mar 24 2016
March’s Names and Numbers encompasses distinctive students, honors for three teachers, and a solemn observance in Carroll County.

From Parkville school to Dundalk outreach, with love
Mar 23 2016
Students from St. Ursula School reach out through "Faith in Action" initiative.

Bishop Rhoades disagrees with Notre Dame’s decision to honor Biden
Mar 17 2016
Biden, along with former Speaker of the House John Boehner, will be honored May 15 during Notre Dame’s 171st commencement ceremony.

Maryland Education Credit passes Senate
Mar 17 2016
Following a favorable report by the chamber’s Budget and Taxation Committee, the State Senate has passed the Maryland Education Credit 25-19, leaving the question of expanding school choice to the House of Delegates.

Lou Holtz delivers message on trust, commitment and love
Mar 16 2016
“In life, you have two choices,” Holtz said, “you can pick yourself up or stay down. But you can’t ever count on anybody else to pick you up.”

Mount names new chairwoman of Board of Trustees, extends acting president’s term
Mar 15 2016
The Board of Trustees of Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg has named Mary Kane the first chairwoman of the board.

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