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Sellinger, Bramble assume leadership roles for Archdiocese of Baltimore Catholic schools
Jul 28 2014
In the newly created position, Sellinger will promote the enrollment and fiscal health of the archdiocese’s nearly 50 Catholic schools.

Loyola Blakefield Players performing ‘Godspell’ in Scotland
Jul 26 2014
The thespians will travel more than 3,000 miles to perform “Godspell” at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, held Aug. 1-25.

Seton Keough teacher admits to allegations of sexual abuse of three former students in 1980s
Jul 25 2014
The Archdiocese of Baltimore has learned of an allegation of sexual abuse of a minor against Helene Murtha, 58, a teacher at The Seton Keough High School in Baltimore.

Slade School investigation closed; no charges filed
Jul 23 2014
Dr. Edmondson updated the Slade community on the results of a sexual abuse investigation July 22.

Notre Dame of Maryland University receives $1.5 million gift from alumna
Jul 10 2014
Notre Dame of Maryland University announced July 10 it has received a $1.5 million gift from The Pitts Family Foundation

US roster for World Lacrosse Championship includes local Catholic school products
Jul 08 2014
Five men whose lacrosse careers include stops at Catholic high schools or colleges in Maryland will play for the U.S. Men’s National Team.

St. Pius X youth among those honored at Eagle of the Cross ceremony
Jun 28 2014
It wasn’t until Mariellen Kemp attended a public high school that she recognized how important her Catholic faith was to her

School news: Mayor for a day, sailing and more
Jun 20 2014
See the latest school news from St. Mary's High School, St. Joan of Arc School, St. Elizabeth School, Maryvale, St. John the Evangelist School and Mother Seton School.

Around the world - St. Mary's grad finds opportunity in England
Jun 12 2014
While originally planning to stay abroad just one year after college graduation, Kara Bowman couldn’t get enough of England.

John Carroll graduate doesn’t let limited eyesight hold her back
Jun 12 2014
Maggie Buckley was diagnosed with Stargardt disease, the juvenile onset of macular degeneration, at age 10.

Mount Carmel senior brings comfort to cancer patients
Jun 11 2014
Graduating Our Lady of Mount Carmel High School senior Kimberly Single is among those spearheading “Blankets for Warriors.”

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