Father DeSantis served young people and lay people
Dec 05 2015
Conventual Franciscan Father Linus DeSantis, who ministered in education for 45 years, died Dec. 1. He was 72.
Ellicott City students add to glow of Maryland tree
Dec 03 2015
The Maryland tree that will stand near the National Christmas Tree in Washington, D.C., will have decorations from Resurrection-St. Paul School.
Education is too selective, elitist, pope says
Nov 23 2015
Pope Francis is warning against Catholic education becoming elitist.
Archbishop Curley breaks ground on donor-funded synthetic turf field
Oct 26 2015
Archbishop Curley High School in Baltimore has broken ground on a new synthetic turf athletic field.
Feet for Francis shoe drive resonates with K-8 students
Oct 13 2015
Catholic schools throughout the archdiocese are collecting shoes in the Feet for Francis shoe drive.
Bishop Newman honored at schools’ gala
Oct 13 2015
The seventh annual Archdiocese of Baltimore gala to support Catholic education paid tribute to a former schools superintendent Oct. 3.
Educators speak frankly at McElroy award dinner; new push for education tax credit announced
Oct 09 2015
Friends of Catholic Education honored Thomas Powell and Father Lawrence Frazier for their commitment to Catholic education.
Over sausage and eggs, educators and students tout benefits of PIE
Sep 10 2015
A special breakfast, held Sept. 9 celebrated Partners in Excellence (PIE) while encouraging movers and shakers to step up support.
Catholic school board members bring varied gifts
Sep 05 2015
Catholic school board members bring varied gifts and talents to their work.
PIE Challenge hits social media
Sep 02 2015
People throughout the archdiocese are taking pies to the face in a social media campaign in support of a Catholic schools scholarship program.
How they spent their summer vacation: Forty-one youths attend inaugural Baltimore WorkCamp
Aug 31 2015
Youths from Frederick County spent part of their summer making a difference.