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Catholic educators begin school year with prayer and call to spiritual renewal
Aug 26 2016
The Catholic Schools Convocation attracted 1,400 teachers and administrators to the Seton Shrine in Emmitsburg.

CRS staffer recalls Mother Teresa's joy, humility and can-do spirit
Aug 25 2016
“She got love and respect from all people of all faiths,” Sean Callahan said.

Mother Teresa's legacy visible at Baltimore's Gift of Hope
Aug 25 2016
“She always gave you all of her attention if you talked to her – she was fully present," Sister Christea said.

BOOST scholarship program awards $5 million to help low-income students in nonpublic schools
Aug 24 2016
Families are snapping up new state scholarship money in order to send their kids to non-public schools, and many are choosing Catholic schools.

Coffee & Doughnuts with Carolyn Woo
Aug 24 2016
Meet the president and CEO of Baltimore-based Catholic Relief Services, the international relief agency of the U.S. bishops.

Olympics close with three in Baltimore archdiocese making history
Aug 22 2016
Three men with ties to the Archdiocese of Baltimore made Olympic history with gold medal performances.

Over one year after unrest, church’s West Baltimore effort continues
Aug 18 2016
West Baltimore, with help from the Archdiocese of Baltimore and others, is doing its best to effect positive change.

Deacon Miller remembered for compassion, humility and family
Aug 17 2016
A funeral Mass was offered for Deacon Donald W. Miller Aug. 13 at St. John in Westminster, his home parish since 2003.

Pax Christi USA members meet in Baltimore and help in cleanup
Aug 17 2016
Dozens dropped in on West Baltimore Aug. 13 to participate in the ongoing effort of building the “beloved community.”

Mary, unburdened by sin, was lifted into heaven; we can be, too, archbishop says
Aug 16 2016
It’s no surprise Mary was lifted up by God, since she had spent her whole life lifting up her son, the archbishop said.