After heart attack, pastor not afraid of dying
Feb 23 2015
Father James Kiesel, pastor of St. Joseph in Odenton, never expected to have a heart attack.
Carroll House docents ensure history is visible for future generations
Jan 10 2015
O’Neill and his wife, Blanche, became Charles Carroll House docents about four years ago.
Shula’s lifetime commitment to Catholic education, other causes honored
Nov 26 2014
His legacy is established as one of the greatest NFL coaches.
Fugett’s remarkable path includes being prep pioneer
Nov 25 2014
Jean Fugett wasn’t ready to drive a car, let alone be a pioneer.
Diabetes doesn't make life easy, but can be controlled says Baltimore longshoreman
Nov 21 2014
The first time Boston Oliver experienced low blood sugar leading to hypoglycemia or “sugar shock,” he had no idea what was going on.
St. Dominic alumnus rallies classmates for Baltimore’s first ‘Mass mob’
Nov 18 2014
Typically, 40 to 50 people dot the pews of St. Dominic in Hamilton at Saturday evening Mass.
To do it over again, 100-year-old sister wouldn’t change a thing, except her name
Nov 16 2014
What was it that enticed an Irish girl to join a religious order and move across the world for its work?
Centenarian and pathology pioneer reflects on career and vocation
Nov 15 2014
Sister Paula Marie Phelan has spent most of her life in the same place it started – Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore.
Calvert Hall grad’s gift includes honor for longtime math teacher
Oct 28 2014
Calvert Hall announced Oct. 28 a gift of more than $1.5 million from John G. Noppinger, class of 1964.
Church upbringing credited for siblings’ achievement, bond
Sep 19 2014
It’s not unusual for the bond between brothers and sisters to be strong.