Our engaging Catholic press keeps you informed
Feb 11 2010
Communication is moving at such a fast pace. Every day it seems we have new options from iPhones to iPads. Years ago, when television came along, some predicted that advancement would signal the downfall of radio. But people still listen to radio, and rely on it for news and entertainment. When videos came along, some thought television would be endangered. Instead, people watch television more than ever – on hundreds of channels and in more ways than ever before, from the Internet to phones and other devices.
Mercy nurse hits all the right notes
Jan 21 2010
Ten years ago, Jenny Boyle was in a car with her sister, brother and mother en route to their first ski trip. An elderly man pulled in front of the family on the highway, causing the Boyle family to swerve and flip over eight times.
Baltimore offers wide range of independent living options
Nov 19 2009
For seniors looking to live an active lifestyle without the responsibility of maintaining their own houses, there are a wide variety of independent living communities in the Baltimore area that offer many different features.
Senator, physician, dancer among Medal of Freedom recipients
Aug 13 2009
WASHINGTON – U.S. Sen. Ted Kennedy, Dr. Pedro Jose Greer Jr., who provides health care for the poor and homeless, dancer and actress Chita Rivera and former Irish President Mary Robinson, all Catholics, were among 16 people honored Aug. 12 with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honor.