Minimum wage workers get Labor Secretary’s ear at Our Daily Bread
May 14 2013
Nineteen people shared their stories with Seth D. Harris, acting U.S. secretary of labor, at a roundtable on minimum wage held at Catholic Charities' Our Daily Bread Employment Center.
Last-minute ways to trim your taxes
Jan 09 2013
If you can dedicate a few minutes to review your benefits and tax paperwork, you might be able to shave hundreds of dollars off your 2012 taxes.
Cardinal O'Brien receives service award for commitment to military
Nov 09 2012
Cardinal Edwin F. O'Brien received the Legacy of Service Award from the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund Nov. 8.
On the edge: Why the poor are players in the election’s economic debate
Sep 21 2012
This four-part series examines election-related issues.
Mission Helpers of the Sacred Heart to sell Towson property
Jul 17 2012
The Mission Helpers of the Sacred Heart announced their plans to sell the Mission Helper Center in Towson July 12.
Student loan debate: Combined course in economics, political science
May 12 2012
WASHINGTON - Congressional lawmakers seem to agree on two things: College student loan debt is out of control and something should be done about it.
Growing divestment campaign among churches targets biggest US banks
Apr 28 2012
When Father Robert Rien closed out his church's bank account in 2009, it was meant to send a message.
At Georgetown, Ryan defends budget as fruit of Catholic teaching
Apr 27 2012
Wisconsin Republican Rep. Paul Ryan defended his party's 2013 federal budget in a speech at Georgetown University.
‘Wall Street Whiz Kid’ says best financial guide is the oldest one
Apr 26 2012
Peter Grandich, dubbed “The Wall Street Whiz Kid” by Good Morning America’s Steve Crowley, say some of the best financial advice comes from the Bible.
Make-believe town teaches students real-life skills
Apr 03 2012
Students at St. Pius X School in Rodgers Forge gain experience in business and making money at JA BisTown in Owings Mills.
How to manage money as a couple
Jan 23 2012
Money Coach Offers Tips for Doing It Right
Pope’s critique of global economic system resurfaces in Africa
Nov 25 2011
VATICAN CITY – A few minutes after landing in Africa, Pope Benedict XVI delivered a stern warning against the “unconditional surrender to the law of the market or that of finance” in Africa and throughout the global economic system.
Archbishop Hannan, Baltimore assistant pastor and Kennedy counselor, dies at 98
Sep 29 2011
NEW ORLEANS – Retired Archbishop Philip M. Hannan of New Orleans, a World War II paratroop chaplain who befriended and secretly counseled John F. Kennedy during and after his historic run for the White House as the first U.S. Catholic president, died Sept. 29 at age 98.
Journalist says U.S. penchant for marijuana, guns fuel Mexico’s violence
Nov 20 2010
SAN ANTONIO – A top journalist who is a veteran of covering violent conflict in Mexico and Central America has a sober warning for anybody who smokes marijuana: If it comes from south of the border, “it’s heavy with the blood of innocent people.”
Analysis: Economics, era lead to reorganization of Archdiocesan schools
Mar 03 2010
When Monsignor Robert L. Hartnett was appointed executive director of schools planning for the Archdiocese of Baltimore in early 2009, the task was unenviable: head a team that would develop recommendations concerning school consolidations.
Catholics across the Archdiocese of Baltimore began celebrating the Year of Faith Oct. 11.
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