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Faith

Six hundred teen pilgrims brave cold to ‘Walk in Truth’
Mar 30 2015
Despite the cold, an estimated 600 teens from across the archdiocese participated in the annual youth pilgrimage March 28.

Western Maryland youths begin Holy Week reaching out to poor
Mar 29 2015
70 teens from all the parishes of Western Maryland began their Holy Week at the event walking through frigid city streets.

Precious memories preserved in book about Baltimore’s Little Italy
Mar 28 2015
The Italian immigrant experience and the history of Baltimore’s storied Italian neighborhood are captured in a new book.

My uncle the saint: Highlandtown pastor has heavenly connection
Mar 26 2015
Father Luigi Esposito, pastor of Our Lady of Pompei, can claim with certitude his relation to a saint of the Catholic Church.

Archdiocese to offer extended hours for sacrament of reconciliation
Mar 21 2015
It seems as if every Catholic has a metaphor for the sacrament of reconciliation.

St. Andrew by the Bay spearheads call for men to evangelize without going it alone
Mar 17 2015
Nearly 800 men attended the Catholic Men’s Fellowship Conference at Calvert Hall College High School March 14.

Winter takes toll on school calendar, collection basket
Mar 13 2015
The final weekend of winter is here, and not soon enough for many institutions in the Archdiocese of Baltimore.

Pro-life marchers take to streets of Annapolis in support of life at all stages
Mar 10 2015
Kristan Hawkins was sitting in a cystic fibrosis clinic with her son when a genetic counselor approached and offered advice.

Baltimore doctor kick-started heart of social ministry
Mar 09 2015
Retired cardiologist Dr. Raymond Bahr received the John Hook Award March 7 at the convocation.

Archdiocese solicits input for Synod on the Family
Mar 07 2015
The hierarchy throughout the church needs to do a better job listening to the people in the pews.