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Maryland's new governor begins Inauguration Day in prayer
Jan 21 2015
Maryland's newly elected governor and lieutenant governor began Inauguration Day in prayer Jan. 21.

Hyatt Regency, Target wrap Franciscan Center guests in warmth - one blanket at a time
Dec 23 2014
This Christmas season, the Franciscan Center was able to distribute 500 blankets to guests.

Baltimore's Radio Mass moves to new station, adds info program
Dec 19 2014
On the air for nearly 70 years, the Radio Mass of Baltimore will move Jan. 4 to a new station.

Newman will bring strong record of service to Mount St. Mary’s
Dec 17 2014
Simon Newman told an executive search committee that after “making very rich people richer,” he was looking for a change.

Basilica gift shop offers Maryland gifts, including deacon’s spice rub
Dec 13 2014
“The Deacon’s Poultry Rub” was part of the basilica gift shop manager’s effort to bring more locally sourced items to the store.

Head of Catholic Charities: Focus is on overcoming poverty, one person at a time
Dec 10 2014
Catholic Charities of Baltimore celebrated reaching a new fundraising high and other 2014 achievements at its 34th annual Leadership Breakfast.

Mount St. Mary’s University appoints new president
Dec 08 2014
Following a six-month national search, leaders of Mount St. Mary’s University announced Dec. 8 that Simon Newman has been named the 25th president.

Four steps for keeping your Christmas tree fresh
Dec 06 2014
Michael Ryan, 81, owner of the Clemsonville Christmas Tree Farm in Carroll County, offers the following tips for keeping your cut Christmas tree fresh.

For Carroll County evergreen farmer, the perfect Christmas tree is one that brings happiness
Dec 06 2014
“Everyone, I have an announcement!” shouted Michael Ryan to the crowd of 40 milling outside his red wooden barn.

For Catonsville couple, Christmas giving means hundreds of trees
Dec 01 2014
“Who better to honor with a Christmas tree than National Guardsmen and their families?” Daniel Simons said.

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. Vincent de Paul expanding West Baltimore shelter Sarah's Hope
Nov 14 2014
St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore broke ground Oct. 31 on an $8.5 million renovation and expansion of Sarah’s Hope.

U.S. needs Founding Fathers’ religious liberty vision, Alito tells MD lawyers
Oct 31 2014
Supreme Court Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. linked the virtues of St. Thomas More to being a good lawyer in an Oct. 30 speech.

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.