A father brings hope to brain-injured children
Jan 12 2015
When Sarah Jane Donohue came into the world on June 5, 2005, she was a happy, healthy newborn.
Priests and nuns are getting engaged ... on social media
Nov 05 2014
From a tweeting friar to a nun on Instagram, men and women religious are utilizing the power of social media to share their witness.
Paul VI and Dialogue - We Wouldn’t Be Here Without Him
Oct 16 2014
Baltimore auxiliary Bishop Denis Madden recently wrote a guest blog on Pope Paul VI for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.
Commentary: Swing for the fences
Aug 01 2014
My baseball coach asked the impossible of me and chances are yours did too.
Coming home through great silence
Jun 24 2014
Father Patrick Peach returns to visit St. John in Westminster.
Commentary: Buildings from past, or landmarks of religious liberty?
Jun 11 2014
During the Archdiocese of Baltimore's 225th anniversary year, Father Jesse Bolger highlights the historical significance of religious liberty.
Thy will be done ... even on the voice
Jun 06 2014
This CNS blog focuses on Ursuline Sister Cristina Scuccia's victory on The Voice.
Bishop Madden blogs: Palestinians will know people care
May 22 2014
Baltimore Auxiliary Bishop Denis Madden blogs about the pope's upcoming visit to the Holy Land.
My brief experience as a homeless man in Baltimore
Feb 17 2014
Tony Magliano concluded that living as a homeless man – at least for a very brief period – was the best way to understand what it’s like to have no place to call home.
Annulment: potential for healing and growth
Jan 06 2014
Those who promote Communion for the divorced and remarried may be overlooking a valuable remedy offered by the church for several decades – annulments.