Make Thanksgiving a way of life
Nov 25 2009
Recently, I lead a Day of Recollection on “Living Our Best Life” at Bon Secours Spiritual Center in Marriottsville. Since it was a rainy day, I left really early and arrived really early – 7:30 a.m. for a day that began at 10 a.m. However, God, as always, had a surprise for me.

Follow practical tips for preventing spread of H1N1
Nov 19 2009
There’s a parable told of an angel walking into a city just as the plague was walking out of the city. The angel said to the plague: “You should be ashamed of yourself for killing all those people!” The plague replied: “I only killed a few. Fear killed the rest.”

Baltimore offers wide range of independent living options
Nov 19 2009
For seniors looking to live an active lifestyle without the responsibility of maintaining their own houses, there are a wide variety of independent living communities in the Baltimore area that offer many different features.

Iraq war widow is Baltimore native
Oct 29 2009
When Donna Gilmore looked at her newborn grandson, Cornell Winston Gilmore III, this past September, she thought about her husband.

Artie Donovan to appear at Calvert Hall event
Oct 15 2009
The Men of Calvert Hall will hold a Ravens Bash with Artie Donovan Oct. 18 at the school’s dining hall.

Planned center aims to give pregnant college students true choice
Oct 03 2009
WASHINGTON – Lacy Dodd, a 33-year-old banking professional and mother of one, knows precisely where supporters and opponents of legal abortion can find common ground.

Archdiocese young people beautify Baltimore
Jun 26 2009
Yolanda Brooks-Summerville sat on her porch June 25 and sobbed. Just the thought of walking the stairs of her Park Heights Avenue row house overwhelmed her. She has brutal knee pain and the railing that lines her stairwell wobbled as she applied pressure.

Sulpician formation guides future priests
Jun 18 2009
Wandering a long corridor flooded with light that poured in through large arched windows, Deacon Gregory Rapisarda could hardly believe St. Mary’s Seminary and University in Roland Park was his home. Thousands of men had walked the seminary’s terrazzo floors before him, and he was now following in their footsteps to the priesthood.

Smiles, kisses and therapy: Haifa home offers care for disabled kids
Apr 25 2009
HAIFA, Israel – The creamy stones of the Sacred Heart Home gleam in the sun, and squeals of delight echo in the corridors when Sister Pascale Jarjour enters a room.

Father Martin, ‘ultimate miracle worker,’ laid to rest
Mar 13 2009
Whether rich or poor, young or old, famous or unknown, recovering substance abusers spent the last few weeks crowding the dining room of Father Martin’s Ashley treatment center in Havre de Grace.