Hunger in a world of wasted food is a tragic paradox, pope says
Oct 17 2014
Providing food aid to people in need is not enough to eradicate world hunger, Pope Francis said.
Brown says he would focus on vulnerable populations if elected
Oct 09 2014
“Jobs, jobs and jobs,” answered Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown when asked his administration’s focus.
Larry Hogan passionate about job creation, welcomes church input
Oct 09 2014
As a Republican in “deep blue Maryland,” Larry Hogan said he is committed to bipartisan solutions.
'It makes sense to do what we do,' says Culture of Life Medal recipient
Oct 06 2014
In his homily, Bishop Madden compared God to an artist.
St. Vincent expands program housing homeless families
Sep 22 2014
St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore is expanding a program that rapidly rehouses families who are homeless in Baltimore City.
Despite 50 years of ‘War on Poverty,’ prosperity for many seems elusive
Sep 21 2014
According to the Census Bureau’s new statistics, released Sept. 16, poverty in the United States is down, but only slightly.
A swamped boat, Baltimore ‘quirk’ and $700,000: Five things to know about the 2014 Dragon Boat Races
Sep 07 2014
Catholic Charities held its biennial Dragon Boat Races at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor Sept. 6.
“Cub’s Kids” continue to thrive, beyond Catholic schools
Sep 04 2014
Update with corrections: The Sept. 3 breakfast included the announcement of a gift of $50,000 for a PIE endowment from T. Rowe Price Associates.
Ice bucket challenge brings attention to pro-life research center
Sep 02 2014
Contributions to the John Paul II Medical Research Institute in Iowa represent a 100 percent increase in donations.
What makes a workplace special? Seven Marylanders share their stories
Sep 01 2014
To commemorate Labor Day and celebrate American workers, the Catholic Review asked seven employees to share what makes their workplace special.
Miami archbishop says workers, especially young adults, need decent jobs, pay
Aug 31 2014
In other countries, it says, unemployment among young adults is as high as three to four times the national average.
Cleveland Diocese’s newspaper to end print publication in 2015
Aug 26 2014
The Catholic Universe Bulletin will cease publication of its print edition at an unspecified date in 2015.
As Horseshoe opens, is the state in the midst of a bad gamble?
Aug 26 2014
Father Zaborowski compares gambling spending to alcohol and drug addiction.
Schools collaborate to improve Catholic education
Aug 24 2014
Partnerships between Catholic primary, secondary and higher education institutions benefit one as much as the other.
CCHD seed money goes a long way at Project PLASE
Aug 22 2014
Project PLASE (People Lacking Ample Shelter and Employment) found permanent housing for more than 300 people in fiscal year 2013.