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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.

Calvert Hall College High School students Andrew Newton ‘16 (left) and Jack Schroeter ‘15 join Baltimore Auxiliary Bishop Denis J. Madden at the Oct. 5 Respect Life Mass at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Homeland. (Elisabeth Mueller | Special to the Review) '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.

‘Freedom to serve’ gets to heart of matter for Catholics’ everyday charity
Jul 02 2014
St. Clare's ministry of feeding those who are hungry exemplifies the theme of this year’s Fortnight for Freedom, the “freedom to serve.”

Anchor institutions including Baltimore’s Catholic colleges sign city plan focusing on four initiatives
Jun 26 2014
Leaders from Bon Secours Hospital, Loyola University Maryland and Notre Dame of Maryland University joined Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and leaders representing Baltimore’s education and medical institutions to sign the Baltimore City Anchor Plan June 25.

HUD rep: Catholic Charities’ new senior housing heeds Pope Francis
May 20 2014
Archbishop Lori blessed Village Crossroads I and II, which offer affordable housing for seniors in Nottingham.

Catholic mother of 10, philanthropist honored for raising seven Eagle Scouts
May 05 2014
Mary Agnes Lewis, a Howard County Catholic known for contributions to Catholic Charities, was named Eagle Scout Mom of the Year.

How can students and their families make college affordable?
May 03 2014
Here are 10 ways to curb college debt.

If these walls could talk - Mission BBQ owners share the passion behind their business
May 01 2014
Mission BBQ co-owners Stephen Newton and Bill Kraus' mission to serve goes well beyond providing barbecue and a tantalizing array of sauces.

Loyola University chemistry/bio major donates $1.5 million to the school
Apr 04 2014
“Loyola did something for me, and I want to do something for them,” said 1949 Loyola graduate Gordon Erberts.

Artistry meets dentistry in Catholic couple’s Frederick periodontal office
Mar 29 2014
Walking into Frederick Periodontal Associates feels more like entering a grand home than a periodontics office.

Job creation is essential for promoting human dignity, pope says
Mar 21 2014
The purpose of a job is not just to earn money, Pope Francis said.

Archdiocese ends fiscal year in strong position
Feb 21 2014
Buoyed by increased contributions and a strengthened economy, the Archdiocese of Baltimore ended Fiscal Year 2012-2013 in a stronger position.

Greed destroys, money is God’s gift to use to help others, pope says
Oct 21 2013
Money by itself isn’t a problem, but greed and an attachment to money cause evil and destroy families and relationships, Pope Francis said.

Call to ‘ask not ...’ still resonates in commitment to public service
Oct 20 2013
The president who admonished Americans to “Ask not what your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for your country,” has plenty of people trying to keep his vision alive.

Loyola University Maryland receives $1.75 million gift
Sep 19 2013
Loyola University Maryland in Baltimore announced Sept. 19 that it has received a $1.75 million gift, one of the largest program-specific gifts in the institution’s history.