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‘All made in God’s image’: Frederick L’Arche events bring together those with and without disabilities
Apr 26 2015
People with developmental disabilities gather once a month at St. Katharine to enjoy meeting people in the wider community.

Purple Sheep Project: Youngster displays ageless wisdom
Apr 25 2015
Confusion. Tears. Possibly a category 4 meltdown.

Pro-life display continues at Hopkins after threatened ban
Apr 24 2015
“Our goal with the display is very simple,” said Andrew Guernsey.

Catholic leaders: Freddie Gray tragedy highlights ongoing need for improved police-citizen relations
Apr 24 2015
“Unfortunately, my students – and even I, old as I am – have been dealing with the fear of police for a while,” said Deacon Turner.

At annual dinner, Catholic Charities of Baltimore highlights ‘The Power of One’
Apr 24 2015
Catholic Charities honors employee Mary Gunning for her 33 years of service through Head Start.

Cooking priest to Catholics in business: Make faith ‘appetizing’
Apr 24 2015
Father Leo Patalinghug speaks at the fourth annual Catholic Business Network of Baltimore dinner.

Archbishop Lori's book provides Catechism in bite-sized pieces
Apr 23 2015
Archbishop William E. Lori has published his first book, “The Joy of Believing: A Practical Guide to the Catholic Faith.”

For nurturing critical thinking, St. John teacher takes state honor
Apr 23 2015
St. John Regional Catholic School teacher Colleen Manchester has noticed something about her third graders.

‘Every day is Earth Day': New lighting, solar energy and land sustainability highlighted at Seton Keough
Apr 22 2015
If given the go-ahead, the archdiocese will lease a 30-acre farm in Carroll County to Constellation, to erect solar panels.

Matthew Kelly: Christian lives should stand out
Apr 22 2015
According to Matthew Kelly, no group of people is in a better position to change the world than Catholics.