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With midwife use on rise, SJMC adds second seasoned practice to OB-GYN care
Oct 21 2014
Despite a growing trend toward midwife use, it is not well understood by the general public.

Voice from Assisi ‘opens door from heaven’ for city schoolchildren
Oct 20 2014
One would think that a Franciscan Friar committed to a vow of poverty would not need a lesson in simplicity.

Spiritual milestone: Parishioners make one million rosaries for members of the military
Oct 19 2014
What started out as the ministry of a handful of volunteers at St. Mary in Annapolis has grown into an international phenomenon.

New Cumberland memorial, annual service, honors babies who died
Oct 17 2014
Luann Hunsecker was 8-years-old when her mother was pregnant with twins.

School News: Essay contest award winner, parking lot gardens and more
Oct 16 2014
A compilation of news from schools including Holy Angels, Mount de Sales, St. Mary's, St. John Regional and Mount St. Mary's.

Priests give strong support to capital campaign
Oct 15 2014
“If anyone knows the needs out there, it would be our own priests,” said Father Arnold, pastor of Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Ellicott City.

St. Augustine parishioner fighting cancer: ‘I never walked alone’
Oct 11 2014
On New Year’s Eve, Tami Scovitch discovered a huge lump in her left armpit.

Red or blue, the next governor will be Catholic
Oct 09 2014
DeMatha Catholic High School in Hyattsville can claim a connection to the next governor, even though the election is still weeks away.

Brown says he would focus on vulnerable populations if elected
Oct 09 2014
“Jobs, jobs and jobs,” answered Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown when asked his administration’s focus.

Larry Hogan passionate about job creation, welcomes church input
Oct 09 2014
As a Republican in “deep blue Maryland,” Larry Hogan said he is committed to bipartisan solutions.