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Monstrance fished from reservoir centerpiece of new adoration chapel
Nov 25 2014
A man fishing at the Loch Raven Reservoir some two decades ago was convinced he had snagged a big fish.

Fugett’s remarkable path includes being prep pioneer
Nov 25 2014
Jean Fugett wasn’t ready to drive a car, let alone be a pioneer.

Spiritual adoption: Daily prayer program remembers unborn babies
Nov 23 2014
Unborn babies in danger of losing their lives to abortion, illness or dire medical conditions are being remembered.

Black history on display at St. Frances Academy
Nov 22 2014
Artifacts on view Nov. 16, in the middle of Black Catholic History Month, included the diary of Josephite Father Charles Uncles.

Diabetes doesn't make life easy, but can be controlled says Baltimore longshoreman
Nov 21 2014
The first time Boston Oliver experienced low blood sugar leading to hypoglycemia or “sugar shock,” he had no idea what was going on.

Annual collection for CCHD to take place Nov. 23-24
Nov 21 2014
A special collection will be held the weekend of Nov. 23-24 to benefit CCHD, the U.S. bishops’ domestic anti-poverty program that was launched in 1970.

St. Dominic alumnus rallies classmates for Baltimore’s first ‘Mass mob’
Nov 18 2014
Typically, 40 to 50 people dot the pews of St. Dominic in Hamilton at Saturday evening Mass.

Dad’s kidney keeps daughter going
Nov 17 2014
Not that she wanted to, but Lindsey Duquette couldn’t eat a grapefruit.

To do it over again, 100-year-old sister wouldn’t change a thing, except her name
Nov 16 2014
What was it that enticed an Irish girl to join a religious order and move across the world for its work?

Centenarian and pathology pioneer reflects on career and vocation
Nov 15 2014
Sister Paula Marie Phelan has spent most of her life in the same place it started – Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore.