Sister Helen Marie Glaser, former Mount de Sales principal, dies

Sister Helen Marie Glaser served as principal of Mount de Sales from 1994 to 1999. She died Nov. 26 at 58.

Dominican Sister Helen Glasershe served as principal of Mount de Sales from 1994 to 1999.

Catholic college presidents pledge support for students with DACA status

More than 70 presidents at Catholic colleges and universities have signed a statement pledging their support for students attending their schools who are legally protected by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA.

Ravens offensive tackle displays heart of gold

Ronnie Stanley is a 6-foot-6-inch, 320-pound offensive tackle for the Baltimore Ravens with a heart of gold.

Ronnie Stanley, starting left tackle for the Baltimore Ravens, poses with the families of Casey Cares participants, Noah and Kevrik, after a Halloween shopping spree. Stanley invited both families to be his guests at the Nov. 6 Ravens-Steelers game. (Courtesy Casey Cares Foundation)

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Sister Helen Marie Glaser, former Mount de Sales principal, dies
Dec 01 2016
Sister Helen Marie Glaser served as principal of Mount de Sales from 1994 to 1999. She died Nov. 26 at 58.

Catholic college presidents pledge support for students with DACA status
Dec 01 2016
More than 70 presidents at Catholic colleges and universities have signed a statement pledging their support for students attending their schools who are legally protected by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA.

Ravens offensive tackle displays heart of gold
Dec 01 2016
Ronnie Stanley is a 6-foot-6-inch, 320-pound offensive tackle for the Baltimore Ravens with a heart of gold.

Father Joseph Hughes reached out to the marginalized
Nov 30 2016
Deacon Paul Shelton of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament in Baltimore died Nov. 25; he was 83.

Advancing the freedom to serve
Nov 30 2016
In the wake of the national elections, Catholic News Service is posting a series of columns from leading archbishops on key issues facing the church and the new Trump administration.

Pope meets Martin Scorsese after director screens 'Silence' for Jesuits
Nov 30 2016
The morning after screening his film, "Silence," for about 300 Jesuits, the U.S. director Martin Scorsese had a private audience with Pope Francis.