Young Catholic News


Road to health leads to Easter Vigil rite for Frederick County family
Mar 24 2016
A child's battle with stage-4 bone cancer with metastasis to her lungs leads family to prayer and the Catholic Church.

Names and Numbers: Students debate their way to scholarships, testify in Annapolis
Mar 24 2016
March’s Names and Numbers encompasses distinctive students, honors for three teachers, and a solemn observance in Carroll County.

Pilgrims brave cold, rain to “Walk in Mercy”
Mar 20 2016
Hundreds participated in this year's Young and Young Adult Pilgrimage in Baltimore.

Casey Cares mobilizes the meek and mighty
Mar 18 2016
“Superheroes” is not just the brand of the 16th annual gala being staged in Baltimore March 19 by the Casey Cares Foundation, it’s an ongoing theme for the outreach which boosts the lives of critically ill children and their families.

Lou Holtz delivers message on trust, commitment and love
Mar 16 2016
“In life, you have two choices,” Holtz said, “you can pick yourself up or stay down. But you can’t ever count on anybody else to pick you up.”

Mass celebrates Scouts’ devotion to their faith
Mar 09 2016
Archbishop Lori honored the efforts of youths to remain on the path of their faith, and some of the adults who have helped guide them.

In advance of Maryland March for Life, participant reflects on activism
Mar 04 2016
“We all have an inherent dignity within us, and it doesn’t come from what stage of life we’re in,” Fernando Cartagena said.

St. Louis archbishop pushes for switch to Girl Scout alternatives
Feb 29 2016
The Archdiocese of St. Louis has formed a new Catholic Committee for Girls Formation that is being charged with ministry to all girls in the archdiocese.

Names & Numbers: Schools sing for city, raise funds for cancer
Feb 24 2016
IND students commemorate 100th anniversary of the first performance of Baltimore's municipal anthem; Students and teachers earn honors.

More than 1,000 youths gather in Emmitsburg for Mount 2000
Feb 08 2016
“I’ve never seen anything move such a large group of people," Sydney Campbell, a 17-year-old parishioner of St. Louis, Clarksville, said.