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Archdiocese receives allegation of abuse against religious order priest
Feb 12 2016
The Archdiocese of Baltimore has learned of an allegation of sexual abuse of a minor against Father Jorge Antonio Velez-Lopez, T.C.

Mount St. Joseph seeks to restore order to wrestling world
Feb 11 2016
Come the evening of Feb. 13, Mount St. Joseph would dearly love to have order restored to the high school wrestling world.

Archbishop Lori says Lent is a ‘time of grace’ and ‘season of mercy'
Feb 10 2016
“Think of Lent as spring training for our spiritual lives,” Archbishop Lori said.

Mid-Atlantic Congress attracts largest crowd ever
Feb 10 2016
“When you’re a disciple in the presence of the Eucharist, something happens to you," Cardinal DiNardo said. "You’re transformed."

Catholics converge on Annapolis; opposing assisted suicide big draw for some
Feb 10 2016
A bill legalizing assisted suicide was a major topic at Catholic Lobby Night in Annapolis Feb. 9.

During Lent, Dundalk parish helps believers live the works of mercy
Feb 09 2016
“It’s the Year of Mercy,” Father Murphy said. “We’re trying to be a little more focused about practicing the corporal and spiritual works of mercy.”

Five things to know about Lent
Feb 09 2016
Lent, the 40-day penitential season of prayer and sacrifice in preparation for Easter begins Ash Wednesday, Feb. 10.

More than 1,000 youths gather in Emmitsburg for Mount 2000
Feb 08 2016
“I’ve never seen anything move such a large group of people," Sydney Campbell, a 17-year-old parishioner of St. Louis, Clarksville, said.

Antonio Liburd is among the seventh-graders at Ss. James and John School in Baltimore, where the January 2015 death of a classmate elicited help from the Archdiocese of Baltimore Department of Catholic Schools. (Jennifer Fulginiti/Special to the Review) In worst of times, archdiocesan crisis team there to help
Feb 07 2016
Ss. James and John welcomed help from the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s crisis team after a murder-suicide impacted school family.

Pledging their kindness
Feb 05 2016
Kindness is spreading in schools throughout the Archdiocese of Baltimore, thanks to Annabelle Arnold, a senior at The Seton Keough High School in Baltimore, and a powerful movie.