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Catholic chaplain accompanies anguished circus workers on final tour
Apr 27 2017
Father George ‘Jerry’ Hogan, national circus chaplain for 24 years, celebrated Easter Mass for Ringling circus staff.

Maryland lawmakers hear testimony on paid sick leave
Feb 10 2017
Mary Ellen Russell, executive director of the Maryland Catholic Conference, said the bill allows people to "balance their work with the needs they have at home."

Economy of communion offers second chances, promotes sharing, pope says
Feb 06 2017
One cannot be a Christian if one worships idols, Pope Francis said, and "one of the most powerful idols is money."

New leaders named for University of Maryland Medical Center and University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center
May 19 2016
Dr. Thomas Smyth, a Calvert Hall graduate, will take the helm as President and Chief Executive Officer of University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center.

Chicago Archdiocese offers 12 weeks paid parental leave starting July 1
May 18 2016
The Archdiocese of Chicago will begin offering 12 weeks of paid parental leave to its staff beginning July 1.

Joseph Spadaro, first CFO for archdiocese, dies after battle with Parkinson’s
Sep 01 2015
Joseph A. Spadaro Jr., the first chief financial officer for the Archdiocese of Baltimore, died Aug. 24 following a 10-year battle with Parkinson’s disease

New 'Catholic Values' stock fund comes in for scrutiny
Aug 29 2015
A new "Catholic Values Index" stock fund for investors who want their stock buys to hew to Catholic teaching has come under scrutiny by some with a long track record in corporate social responsibility.

Iowan behind Globetrotters’ meeting with pope says event unforgettable
May 18 2015
In 2000, Briar Cliff University grad Brett Meister was given the opportunity to meet a future saint.

Meet the future deacons: Archbishop Lori to ordain eight permanent deacons May 16
May 15 2015
Archbishop William E. Lori will ordain eight men to the permanent diaconate May 16.

Archbishop Lori offers invocation for horse racing industry's Alibi Breakfast
May 14 2015
On May 14, horse racing enthusiasts, trainers, owners and members of the media gathered in the clubhouse at Pimlico Race Course.

In Maryland Right to Life appearance, Benjamin Carson calls American priorities ‘mixed up’
May 08 2015
By the time an unborn baby is 6 or 7 weeks old, his or her brain is developing at a rate of 400 million neurons a day.

Former Mount St. Mary’s president named new president of St. John’s Catholic Prep
May 07 2015
Thomas Powell, who retired in March 2015 as president of Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, will assume the role of president of St. John’s Catholic Prep.

Gibbons Commons begins development
May 06 2015
The first phase of redevelopment of the former Cardinal Gibbons School in Southwest Baltimore kicked off with fanfare.

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.