New All Saints couple’s example, service honored at Baltimore archdiocese’s Mother Lange Awards
Feb 13 2017
Renard and Stephanie Baker have seen the richness of their marriage expand beyond their family to their congregation’s youth ministry.
James and Elisa Hamilton add witness to Annual Appeal
Feb 12 2017
James and Elisa Hamilton are encouraging parishioners of all means in the Archdiocese of Baltimore to participate in the Annual Appeal.
Archdiocese of Baltimore releases financial report for Fiscal Year 2015-2016
Feb 09 2017
Coming on the heels of a fiscal year that saw a 3 percent increase in parish offertory giving and increased support for the Archbishop’s Annual Appeal, the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s total operating income increased by nearly $2.2 million.
Names & Numbers: Catholic Schools Week roundup
Feb 06 2017
This installment of Names & Numbers is dedicated to events of Catholic Schools Week, Jan. 29-Feb. 4.
The Least of These: Church helps fight opioid addiction
Feb 04 2017
Marian House in Baltimore and a substance abuse ministry at St. Margaret Parish offer support for addicts in a time of crisis.
'Power of One,' multiplied: Baltimore Archdiocese joins March for Life
Jan 27 2017
In addition to those who made their own way, about 20 buses from parishes across the archdiocese brought participants to the March for Life.
Coffee & Doughnuts with Dr. Marie-Alberte Boursiquot
Jan 24 2017
The president of the Catholic Medical Association for 2017 visits with the Catholic Review.
Friends, newcomers alike line up to welcome new bishops to Baltimore
Jan 20 2017
Bishop Adam J. Parker and Bishop Mark E. Brennan saw many familiar faces in the congregation at their episcopal ordination.
‘Let us rejoice and be glad’: Two ordained as auxiliary bishops for Baltimore Archdiocese
Jan 19 2017
Bishop Adam J. Parker and Bishop Mark E. Brennan were ordained to the episcopacy Jan. 19.
Cardinals, bishops and clergy welcome new auxiliary bishops
Jan 19 2017
“They are bishops of this moment in the face of the needs of the church today,” said Cardinal Donald Wuerl of Washington.