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High schools find new ways to share their vision
Jan 31 2015
Marketing innovations are bolstering schools' Catholic identity or mission.

Rebuilt changing parishes near and far
Jan 30 2015
In July, Nick Hjorth flew from Southern California to Baltimore with the sole purpose of visiting the Church of the Nativity in Timonium

Capuchin Franciscan Father Bernard Finerty Cumberland’s troubadour priest dies at 79
Jan 30 2015
For many Cumberland-area Catholics of recent years, Christmas wasn’t quite complete until they heard Capuchin Franciscan Father Bernard Finerty’s rendition of “Silent Night.”

Mustard seed grants help schools secure future
Jan 30 2015
Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore are getting help establishing or growing their endowments thanks to a newly launched initiative called the Mustard Seed program.

Meet the next generation of Catholic school leaders
Jan 29 2015
They are young, athletic and burning with the desire to share their love of learning and sense of service with students and staff.

Catholic school students salute personal 'champions of courage' in essay contest
Jan 29 2015
Eight students from Catholic schools in the Baltimore archdiocese were among the 20 winners in the 28th annual “Champions of Courage” essay competition.

Former Dundalk pastor who ‘gave everything he had’ dies at 77
Jan 28 2015
Father Richard P. Wojciechowski, former longtime pastor of Christ the King in Dundalk and a well-known chaplain for the Baltimore County Police, died Jan. 20.

Catholic High revels in renovated gymnasium
Jan 27 2015
Catholic High students take pride in new, $400,000 gymnasium, which was blessed by Archbishop Lori.

Catholic Schools Week kicks off Jan. 25
Jan 25 2015
Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore and throughout the nation will celebrate Catholic Schools Week Jan. 25-31

Mount de Sales nourishes religious vocations
Jan 24 2015
Mount de Sales Academy in Catonsville finds beauty in all vocations.