Long-time St. Ursula School principal to retire
May 30 2014
After 28 years, Sister of Notre Dame de Namur Joan Kelly will retire as principal of St. Ursula School in Parkville.
Three questions with Lucy Colletti, a supporter of the troops
May 24 2014
Lifelong Catholic Lucy Colletti feels residents of Charlestown, a retirement community in Catonsville, are making a difference by welcoming home U.S. troops.
HUD rep: Catholic Charities’ new senior housing heeds Pope Francis
May 20 2014
Archbishop Lori blessed Village Crossroads I and II, which offer affordable housing for seniors in Nottingham.
‘The quintessential Don’: Longtime Blakefield dean transitions to new role
May 19 2014
Loyola Blakefield's John Stewart is moving on after 33 years as dean of students.
Catholic mother of 10, philanthropist honored for raising seven Eagle Scouts
May 05 2014
Mary Agnes Lewis, a Howard County Catholic known for contributions to Catholic Charities, was named Eagle Scout Mom of the Year.
Ignatian volunteers find community in serving the poor
May 04 2014
“Every day at the Franciscan Center is an uplifting experience. I come away feeling closer to God." - Mark Wong
Archbishop Lori praises pilgrims ‘braving the crowds’
Apr 25 2014
Archbishop Lori celebrated Mass April 25 with Baltimore-area pilgrims in Rome for the canonizations.
Tiramisu’s creator focuses on customer happiness
Apr 24 2014
Dressed in bakers’ whites, Carminantonio Iannaccone sat down at a cafe table as the lunch crowd filtered out of Piedigrotta.
Immaculate Heart of Mary parishioners celebrate 75 years of marriage
Apr 19 2014
Immaculate Heart of Mary, Baynesville, parishioners were married during the Great Depression.
Holocaust survivor and poet says Blessed John Paul II man of compassion
Apr 11 2014
Lena Allen-Shore, a Holocaust survivor, learned from her friend Blessed John Paul II, through various letters.