Vigil remembers overdose victims in Westminster
Mar 27 2015
Seventy nine people have died of prescription-drug and heroin overdoses in Carroll County in less than three years. St. John in Westminster was the location for a vigil to remember them.
Lenten dinners bring family closer together
Mar 18 2015
It’s “no parents allowed” this Lent in the Smolka family kitchen.
Education is D’Adamo family business
Mar 14 2015
Growing up in Baltimore with the last name of D’Adamo meant one thing for certain: you could communicate.
Archdiocese solicits input for Synod on the Family
Mar 07 2015
The hierarchy throughout the church needs to do a better job listening to the people in the pews.
An open door and a Catholic renaissance: Mount St. Mary’s says goodbye to Dr. Thomas Powell
Mar 07 2015
Reasserting Mount St. Mary's Catholic identity was his biggest challenge, says Powell.
Warm welcome: Burmese immigrants find haven at Our Lady of Victory Parish
Mar 06 2015
When the state’s Burmese Catholics worship, however, it is most likely at Our Lady of Victory (OLV).
Not your typical church dinner: Hagerstown parish Valentine's meal offers taste buds a twist
Feb 17 2015
Ever wonder what a mealworm tastes like? Ask Marjorie Kellman.
Mother Mary Lange Award recipients 'honored' to be chosen
Feb 12 2015
Rogelio D’Almeida learned the significance of his Mother Mary Lange Award from his wife, Danielle.
Wedding’s backstory is winding path
Feb 07 2015
The Shrine of St. Alphonsus in Baltimore is home to a story of love that spans generations, beginning in Lithuania.
Pope: Families need fathers who guide, love them through thick and thin
Feb 04 2015
Pope says a father is there for his children “when they play and when they work hard, when they are playful and when they are distressed."
New film ‘Black or White’ aims to ‘start the conversation’ on race
Jan 30 2015
"Black and White" is not an overtly religious film, but it addresses what might be called "faith-based" values.
Pope to dads: Play with your kids, be strong, loving, moral role models
Jan 28 2015
When their lives are all work and no play, men turn their children into “orphans," says Pope Francis.
An uncertain homecoming: When child suffers stroke, Esperanza Center steps in
Dec 27 2014
Cinthia, an immigrant who lives in Baltimore, anticipated an April phone call confirming her two daughters, ages 9 and 12.
Special delivery from Djibouti, Navy officer surprises his children in Harford
Dec 18 2014
An unexpected gift arrived a week before Christmas for a Harford County family.
Interfaith leaders join mayor in vigil against violence
Dec 18 2014
Archbishop Lori was among a diverse group of Christian, Jewish and Muslim religious leaders who spoke at an interfaith prayer vigil.