Business News


Mount St. Mary’s alumnus elected to ethics committee
Jun 13 2012
Francis X. Ryan, a certified public accountant with Baltimore ties, was recently elected to serve on an ethics committee in Lebanon, Pa.

St. Agnes Hospital has changed over 150 years, but mission remains same
May 23 2012
St. Agnes Hospital turned 150 May 22 – a milestone the hospital commemorated by adding a historical marker to its facility.

‘Black Hawk Down’ soldier shares his story
May 19 2012
U.S. Army 1st Sgt. shares his story with the Catholic Business Network of Baltimore.

Mercy to open new childbirth and children’s center
May 10 2012
Expectant mothers in Baltimore will soon be able to deliver their bundle-of-joy in a brand new, state-of-the-art facility.

Notre Dame of Maryland president retiring after 15 years
May 05 2012
Mary Pat Seurkamp considers her four-decade career in higher education her vocation.

Institute of Notre Dame names new principal
May 01 2012
The Institute of Notre Dame named Gail Donohue its new principal beginning in the 2012-13 academic year. Donohue takes the helm from Ann Seeley, who is retiring after directing the school for 12 years.

Church chatter from around the archdiocese
Apr 20 2012
Check out these tidbits of who's in the news around the Archdiocese of Baltimore.

Video: Protestors say bar misuses Catholic symbols
Apr 16 2012
A Fells Point bar has some Catholics up in arms over religious items on display.

UMMS pledges to preserve St. Joseph’s Catholic identity, but how?
Apr 03 2012
Pending approval of its sale to University of Maryland Medical System, the ownership of St. Joseph Medical Center in Towson may change, but its Catholic identity could stay the same.

Mission Helpers receive $25,000 grant
Mar 29 2012
Two religious orders from Maryland were among the 62 religious congregations in 17 states to receive grants from SOAR! (Support Our Aging Religious).

Pinterest-ing things happen at the Mount
Mar 23 2012
If Mount St. Mary’s University’s newest social network page winds up being a game-changer, its success can be pinned on senior Caitlyn Ahern.

DREAM Act provides means of changing lives
Mar 22 2012
Carlos, a 21-year-old immigrant who has lived in the U.S. since he was 11, is among those looking to the DREAM Act for a chance at a better future.

Former CRS president receives Laetare Medal
Mar 19 2012
The University of Notre Dame has announced that former Catholic Relief Services President Ken Hackett will receive its 2012 Laetare Medal. The Laetare Medal is the oldest and most prestigious honor given to American Catholics.

Mount St. Joseph names St. John Alumnus of the Year
Mar 18 2012
Mount St. Joseph High School in Irvington has named Edward St. John as its 2012 Alumnus of the Year. St. John, chairman of the board and CEO of St. John Properties, is a 1955 graduate of the school.

Teacher follows mentor's path
Mar 10 2012
A Mother Seton School in Emmitsburg kindergarten teacher inspired a former student to follow in her footsteps.