Bel Air parish comes up big at Scout Mass
Mar 07 2012
Of the more than 450 youths and a dozen adults who were honored at the 81st annual Archdiocesan Scout Mass March 4 at St. Casimir Church a group of Boy Scouts from Harford County were most noticeable.
Ohio community mourns
Mar 01 2012
Wearing Chardon High School colors of red and black and carrying candles and red flowers, more than 3,000 people from Chardon and neighboring communities gathered.
Catholic community ‘shares grief’
Feb 28 2012
The Catholic community “shares the grief of the families and friends of the five victims” of a school shooting Feb. 27 in Chardon, said Bishop Richard G. Lennon of Cleveland.
Loyola grad Dessi preaches social media in “exploding” world
Feb 10 2012
As managing partner of New York-based Drive Action Digital, a Web development company, and chief managing officer of social media innovator, The Athletes Network, Chris Dessi has precious little time. But, the Loyola University Maryland graduate is also a husband, father and author of a book that reached No. 1 on Amazon’s list of Hot New Releases in January.
New high school for Haiti
Feb 07 2012
Members of the Archdiocese of Baltimore visit Haiti as Cardinal-designate Edwin F. O'Brien and the Missions Office of the Archdiocese of Baltimore dedicate a new high school.
Mount St. Joseph robotics team places in 'cool tournament'
Feb 06 2012
While there might not have been any “rock ‘em sock ‘em” action, the Mount Saint Joseph High School’s robotics team showed it had real punch with a third place finish in the final round of the NASA/MIT Zero Robotics SPHERES Challenge Jan. 23.
Vocations talks open eyes of St. Margaret students
Feb 03 2012
St. Margaret School in Bel Air marked Catholic Schools Week in unique ways, including a day that featured a question and answer session with priests, sisters, deacons and brothers. Both the elementary and middle school campuses took part in the discussions.
Movie Review: Big Miracle
Feb 03 2012
NEW YORK –“Free Willy,” the 1993 whale rescue film, looks like child’s play when compared to “Big Miracle” (Universal), in which not one but three giant mammals are trapped in Arctic ice.
IND senior makes big plays out of the little things
Jan 24 2012
The moment she steps onto the hardwood, the only thing on Kayla Kelly’s mind is basketball.
Kelly, a senior at the Institute of Notre Dame, is a combo guard/forward for its varsity basketball team. She’s been a member of the squad since her sophomore year and said she enjoys the peace of mind that basketball brings to her everyday life.