Living beyond expectations, Cumberland man exudes ‘no-quit attitude’
Aug 30 2014
“Doctors said I wasn’t supposed to make it past my twenties,” Shand Crawford wrote, “but I’m still here!"
Maryland State Fair in full swing
Aug 29 2014
Fairgoers can indulge in numerous traditional concessions, exhibits, rides and games.
Catholic musician Matt Maher recalls Rio, says God won’t leave us
Aug 28 2014
As a singer, songwriter and worship leader, Matt Maher marvels that the heart of the Incarnation is Jesus engaging with people.
As Horseshoe opens, is the state in the midst of a bad gamble?
Aug 26 2014
Father Zaborowski compares gambling spending to alcohol and drug addiction.
With senior, first-grader and three in-between, St. Mary’s family starts school year
Aug 25 2014
Peter Cardillo sat in the front row of a colorful first-grade classroom at St. Mary’s Elementary School.
At Mass, archbishop outlines steps to ‘dismantle systemic racism’
Aug 21 2014
More than 500 St. Louis Catholics gathered for a votive Mass for peace and justice Aug. 20.
Deep welcome: Vacationers drawn to water, slopes and westernmost parish
Aug 18 2014
Five minutes before 11 a.m. worship, every seat at St. Peter at the Lake Center was taken.
Wyoming family honored for pro-life activities, community service
Aug 15 2014
The James and Stefanie Bell family of Cody, Wyoming, were named the International Family of the Year.
‘From diapers to diploma’ : Preschool programs abound in the Archdiocese of Baltimore
Aug 14 2014
From Bradshaw to Frostburg to Gambrills, Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore have continued to add or expanded preschool programs.
Rozanski family overjoyed for native son
Aug 12 2014
For the Rozanskis, the departure of their son to take on a new leadership role is a joy and a sacrifice.
Bill would protect faith-based adoption agencies against discrimination
Aug 05 2014
Two lawmakers July 30 introduced a measure they say is needed to protect faith-based agencies that provide adoption and foster care services.
Flourishing youth group a ‘secret’ at Glen Burnie parishes
Aug 02 2014
Glen Burnie parishes have shared faith formation and youth ministry programs for three years.
Franciscan sisters' straw house shows off energy-efficient design
Jul 29 2014
One Ohio religious order is hoping its energy-efficient straw-bale house will encourage visitors to reduce fossil fuel consumption.
Reap what you sow: Our Lady of the Fields plants garden, feeds homeless
Jul 28 2014
Our Lady of the Fields parishioners have success with a new straw bale garden.
The great snowball flavor debate
Jul 27 2014
Snowballs are a much-loved tradition in Maryland. But, the debate remains, what flavors are best?