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Sulpicians mark 225 years of training men to be priests
Nov 23 2016
“St. Mary’s has formed more priests for the mission in parishes than any other (seminary) in the United States,” Father Brown said.

Mercy Medical Center sports physician works multiple sidelines
Nov 23 2016
Dr. John-Paul Rue is the Spalding team physician and also cares for several players from St. Frances as unofficial team doctor.

Knights of Columbus warm 1,700 Baltimore children with new winter coats
Nov 21 2016
A day after a cold front blew into the region, the Maryland Knights of Columbus lessened the impact of that seasonal change for children.

Catholic high schools earn multiple fall sports titles
Nov 18 2016
An emerging power and a revived one were among the highlights of the fall high school sports season in the Archdiocese of Baltimore.

Five things to know: Turkey Bowl 2016
Nov 17 2016
Calvert Hall and Loyola face off for the 97th Turkey Bowl Thanksgiving Day. Here are five things to know about the annual football game.

Names and Numbers: Retirees, confirmation service and parade of ‘saints”
Nov 17 2016
This installment of Names and Numbers includes service by confirmation students and a parade of “saints” in Towson.

Green day in Gambrills, where Incarnation students plant 600 saplings
Nov 14 2016
Students at The School of the Incarnation went outdoors Nov. 14 for lessons in environmental stewardship, forestry and the passage of time.

Mount St. Joseph's cross country unity extends to injured cafeteria staffer
Nov 02 2016
The prayer circle of the Mount St. Joseph High School cross country team grew a little wider Nov. 1.

Closing, merged schools deal with flood of emotions
Oct 28 2016
Communities affected by archdiocesan plan to close three schools and merge two others deal with a flood of emotions.

Investments, merger and closures part of archdiocesan schools plan
Oct 26 2016
The 10-year-plan includes $86 million in investments in Catholic schools of the Archdiocese of Baltimore.

EWTN highlights Bishop Walsh teacher’s long journey home
Oct 26 2016
Susan Trice took her first holy Communion in 1958, at Our Lady of Hope. She took what she describes as her “second first holy Communion” Nov. 13, 2013, at Bishop Walsh School.

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