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Health experts say holiday battle of the bulge can be won
Nov 17 2011
The holiday season is upon us, and with it all the wonderful, rich food and drink temptations that threaten to steer us off our intended course of diet or at least moderation.

Now we’re cooking: Hickory parishioners savor culinary skill of priest
Oct 19 2011
JARRETTSVILLE – Father Hector Mateus-Ariza knew Dave and Mary Sanborn’s fire alarm was about to sound Oct. 12.

Communion under both kinds the norm in Archdiocese of Baltimore
Oct 07 2011
Q. I’m confused about receiving Communion under both kinds after reading about the Diocese of Phoenix (CR, Sept. 29) and its new Communion norms restricting the cup. Do they apply to the Archdiocese of Baltimore?

Archdiocese poised to celebrate Lent
Mar 01 2011
The Archdiocese of Baltimore is observing Lent in major ways.

Lenten sacrifice: Time to give up plastic bags or incandescent bulbs?
Feb 27 2011
WASHINGTON – As Lent begins with Ash Wednesday March 9, Dan Misleh wants to remind Catholics that it is not just about giving up chocolate or ice cream for 40 days.

Religion’s role evident in Egyptian protests, says observer
Feb 03 2011
WASHINGTON – Religion has had its role to play in the mass rallies in Egypt protesting the oppressive regime of President Hosni Mubarak, according to the head of the Arab American Institute.

Catholic seminary hosting displaced Muslims holds Islamic feast
Nov 19 2010
YOGYAKARTA, Indonesia – A Catholic seminary used as a shelter for people escaping Mount Merapi volcanic eruptions hosted hundreds of Muslim victims at a celebration of the Islamic feast of Eid al-Adha.

Fall offers cornucopia of colorful, healthy foods
Oct 21 2010
Don’t let the odd shape of a fall squash or the daunting size of a pumpkin put you off – fresh fall produce provides a bounty of nutritious, tasty dishes.

St. Ambrose chosen for New American Academy model
May 11 2010
As principal of St. Ambrose Catholic School, Pamela Sanders is ready to guide her institution into a new chapter.<

Operation Rice Bowl kicks off for Lent
Feb 12 2010
This Lenten season, thousands of Catholics in the Archdiocese of Baltimore will join millions of believers throughout the United States in supporting Operation Rice Bowl, an annual program sponsored by Baltimore-based Catholic Relief Services to raise awareness on global hunger.

German prelate lauds world leaders for hearing church on global crisis
Feb 06 2010
MUNICH, Germany – A German archbishop who joined other church leaders at the recent World Economic Forum in Switzerland has praised government and business leaders for being open to religious voices during the current global economic crisis.

Maryland doctor’s book helps seniors
Feb 04 2010
Ever since he was a hospital orderly at the age of 19, Dr. F. Michael Gloth III has been intrigued with the senior population.

Chastity talk resonates with Baltimore teens
Nov 23 2009
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Adults talking sexuality with a bunch of teens is typically a recipe for awkwardness. So, when a husband and wife team, Jason and Crystalina Evert, stood in front of 21,000 teenagers Nov. 20 and preached the values of chastity, the last thing anyone expected was for it to go over like gangbusters.

Entrepreneur challenge is real treat for Mother Seton student
Oct 12 2009
Alayna Albertie looked around the 2009 OppenheimerFunds/NFTE National Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge in New York Oct. 7 and noticed something very quickly. She was the youngest competitor by five years.

Father Leo beats Flay in cooking challenge
Sep 10 2009
Father Leo Patalinghug was up to the challenge.