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Commitment to Immaculate Heart of Mary School transcends generations
Apr 21 2017
“It has always felt like a community and a family here – always,” Terri Archibald said.

Stars shine bright at special John Carroll prom
Apr 20 2017
“A Night for Our Stars,” a prom for students and adults with special needs, made March 26 a night to remember.

Faith blossoms from tragedy
Apr 17 2017
After his brother-in-law was murdered and his wife was shot, José Melo had a crisis of faith before finding healing in the church.

Baltimore mom prays for racial healing, solutions to social injustice
Apr 17 2017
The 55-year-old West Baltimore resident makes sure her neighborhood church is always open for those who seek Jesus.

State legislative session ends with wins for Maryland bishops
Apr 12 2017
Scholarship funding, paid sick leave and the withdrawal of a bill that would have legalized physician-assisted suicide were among the highlights of the legislative session.

Coffee and Doughnuts with Rocky Wagonhurst and Marianne Banister Wagonhurst
Apr 12 2017
Rocky Wagonhurst and Marianne Banister Wagonhurst, founders of the Claire Marie Foundation, sit down with the Catholic Review.

Chrism Mass emphasizes unity, nods toward pastoral planning
Apr 11 2017
The spirit of pastoral planning was on full display at the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s annual Chrism Mass at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen.

The Least of These: Despite stroke, Chris Conlon inspires church, family, friends
Apr 11 2017
Conlon has seen and done things you wouldn’t believe – he just can’t tell you about them.

Sister Hilda Gleason, D.C., dies at 102
Apr 10 2017
Sister Hilda Gleason died March 28. She was 102 and with the Daughters of Charity for 84 years.

Hunt Valley and Cockeysville men’s groups minister to India, each other
Apr 10 2017
Nothing’s Wasted Dinner, named for one of Father Francis McGauley’s maxims, has raised $120,000, resulting in 70 wells in villages.