Washington priest on road to sainthood devoted to aiding poor children

As a boy growing up in his native Washington, Aloysius Schwartz dreamed of becoming a missionary priest and serving the poor.

Monsignor Aloysius Schwartz, who founded the Brothers of Christ, who serve the poor and people with disabilities at centers in South Korea, is shown in an undated photo with children at one of his outreach programs in South Korea. (CNS photo/courtesy Asian Relief)

Former Dundalk pastor who ‘gave everything he had’ dies at 77

Father Richard P. Wojciechowski, former longtime pastor of Christ the King in Dundalk and a well-known chaplain for the Baltimore County Police, died Jan. 20.

Father Richard P. Wojciechowski

Catholics join in marking 70th anniversary of Auschwitz liberation

Catholic leaders joined in commemorations of the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp.


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Washington priest on road to sainthood devoted to aiding poor children
Jan 31 2015
As a boy growing up in his native Washington, Aloysius Schwartz dreamed of becoming a missionary priest and serving the poor.

Former Dundalk pastor who ‘gave everything he had’ dies at 77
Jan 28 2015
Father Richard P. Wojciechowski, former longtime pastor of Christ the King in Dundalk and a well-known chaplain for the Baltimore County Police, died Jan. 20.

Catholics join in marking 70th anniversary of Auschwitz liberation
Jan 27 2015
Catholic leaders joined in commemorations of the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp.

Catholic High revels in renovated gymnasium
Jan 27 2015
Catholic High students take pride in new, $400,000 gymnasium, which was blessed by Archbishop Lori.

Become islands of mercy in the sea of world’s indifference, pope says
Jan 27 2015
Through prayer, charity and humility before God, people receive a heart “which is firm and merciful, attentive and generous," pope says.

Just as Mary gave the world Jesus, women hand on faith, pope says
Jan 26 2015
Why is it that mostly women are the ones who hand down the faith generation after generation, Pope Francis asked.