Music teacher keeps others singing
Apr 24 2012
Helen Brown retired from the music classroom in Baltimore City’s public schools more than 30 years ago, but she never really stopped teaching.

Opera singer uses his voice, talent in church
Apr 13 2012
Christopher Rhodovi was going to join the U.S. Army, but he found himself singing opera instead.

Author Sparks puts Catholicism into practice both on, off the page
Apr 10 2012
Nicholas Sparks, the popular Catholic romance novelist, puts his faith into practice in several different ways.

Canton filmmaker shares passion
Apr 02 2012
Timothy Ratajczak is an affable, serious man – a devout Catholic, thoughtful screenwriter of Christian films and an extraordinary minister of holy Communion at St. Casimir in Canton.

‘Shear guts’ – Maryvale grad goes bald for charity
Mar 26 2012
Just minutes before she was to have her long golden locks shaved off for charity, 24-year-old Erin Shannon spoke of the words of wisdom her father had given to her.

Video: New All Saints celebrates centennial
Feb 29 2012
Parishioners of New All Saints Church are cherishing their parish's past and future as they celebrate its centennial.

Movie Review: Act of Valor
Feb 24 2012
Earnest, graphically violent film features " a narrative maladroitly ramming home macho values."

Virginian first American to join Russian ballet
Feb 21 2012
Keenan Kampa will make history this summer as the first American to join the prestigious Mariinsky Ballet Company based in St. Petersburg, Russia.

Is TV phasing out?
Dec 05 2011
WASHINGTON – In our media-saturated society, this rates as man-bites-dog news.

Pope’s critique of global economic system resurfaces in Africa
Nov 25 2011
VATICAN CITY – A few minutes after landing in Africa, Pope Benedict XVI delivered a stern warning against the “unconditional surrender to the law of the market or that of finance” in Africa and throughout the global economic system.