Archbishop Lori: Church must remain ‘obstacle’ to completely secular culture
Jun 21 2012
Archbishop William E. Lori of Baltimore held up two cherished martyrs as a source of inspiration for American Catholics June 21.
Catholic business schools urged to help students develop moral compass
Jun 20 2012
Cardinal Peter Turkson spoke to about 160 conference attendees primarily from business schools in 22 countries at the University of Dayton June 18.
St. Paul and Minneapolis combines newspaper, communications functions
Jun 19 2012
ST. PAUL, Minn. - The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis is combining the resources and personnel of The Catholic Spirit newspaper and the archdiocesan Office of Communications.
Can farm bill break the pattern of paralysis in Congress?
Jun 17 2012
Much will factor into the 2012 farm bill Congress is working on for September.
US to stop deporting young adults under DREAM Act-like orders
Jun 16 2012
It's speculated that between 800,000 and 1.4 million young people might qualify for President Barack O'bama's new DREAM Act order.
Over 43 years, Cathedral teacher shaped thousands
Jun 15 2012
School of the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen teacher Carol White retires after 43 years.
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.
Vatican set to control new 'catholic' Internet domain
Jun 13 2012
The Vatican is in line to control the new Internet address extension ".catholic" and decide who is allowed to use it.
CD, beer latest endeavors for New Mexico monastic community
Jun 06 2012
A CD produced by Sony? Beer? Soap and candles? See how these Benedictine monks continue to sustain their communities.
How one Swiss Guard found inspiration in late pope
May 27 2012
Former Swiss Guard Andreas Widmer says protecting the late pope yielded life-changing lessons for a career in business.
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.
Franciscan University drops student health insurance plan
May 22 2012
Media outlets have said Franciscan University is the first Catholic college to drop students from its health insurance plan because of the Obama administration's contraception mandate.
NATO summit, protests offer some lessons for students
May 21 2012
With world leaders descending on Chicago for the May 20-21 NATO summit, some Catholic school teachers were incorporating lessons.
‘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.
Catholics across the Archdiocese of Baltimore began celebrating the Year of Faith Oct. 11.
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