Family Life


Prayer, wreath-laying mark first anniversary of Boston Marathon bombing
Apr 17 2014
Prayer and a simple wreath-laying ceremony took place at the two sites where their loved ones lost their lives and scores were injured.

Stewardship of name paramount to voice of Ravens
Apr 16 2014
Gerry Sandusky, the sports director at WBAL-TV and radio play-by-play voice of the Baltimore Ravens gives a Q and A on Alzheimer's.

Chrism Mass shows ‘church at its best’
Apr 15 2014
The Chrism Mass was a moment for clergy to show their unity with one another and their bishop.

Foundation of retired pitcher, wife, helps kids deal with grief, loss
Apr 13 2014
HBO will highlight the efforts of retired major-league pitcher Jamie Moyer and his wife to help children get through their grief.

Faith leads young man with cancer to resolve to live life to the utmost
Apr 13 2014
Father Rick Nagel was touched when he visited 26-year-old Macklin Swinney and heard what he wanted to give up for Lent.

Faith, forgiveness marked life, death of young man killed in shooting
Apr 11 2014
Forgiveness was important to pro-life 24-year-old gunned down in Indianapolis.

Pope apologizes for clerical sex abuse, promises tough sanctions
Apr 11 2014
When talking about addressing sex abuse in the church, the pope said, “ I believe we must be very strong. You don’t play with children’s lives!”

USCCB releases resource guide on Girl Scouts for Catholic parishes
Apr 09 2014
A U.S. bishops’ committee released key points from its dialogue with Girl Scout leaders outlining major concerns of church leaders.

Sacred Heart, Glyndon family learns from daughter with autism
Apr 09 2014
Susan Surine and husband Phil are parents of six children. Their youngest, Ally, has autism.

Construction group helps Hickory parishioners grow closer to Jesus
Apr 05 2014
The parish’s newly formed evangelization committee is spearheading efforts to help parishioners deepen their spiritual lives.

Streaming TV for pre-teens: Fraught with peril or promise?
Apr 05 2014
Do you want your children to be in charge of your TV?

Parents object to North Carolina school’s assembly on human sexuality
Apr 04 2014
Hundreds of parents packed the gym of Charlotte Catholic High School late April 2 to criticize a recent student assembly on human sexuality.

Catholic faith grounds family touched by Sandy Hook shooting
Apr 02 2014
Josephine “Joey” Gay was one of 20 children and six adults killed in the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

At men's conference, Cardinal Wuerl says 'the voice of our faith conviction has to be heard'
Mar 31 2014
Nearly 1,000 men gathered March 29 for the annual Catholic Men's Fellowship of Maryland Conference.

Artistry meets dentistry in Catholic couple’s Frederick periodontal office
Mar 29 2014
Walking into Frederick Periodontal Associates feels more like entering a grand home than a periodontics office.