Loyola University receives $1 million gift from Haig estate
Feb 10 2011
Loyola University Maryland has received a $1 million gift from the estate of former Secretary of State Gen. Alexander M. Haig, who died in February 2010.

Music minister honored for outreach to military
Feb 09 2011
LIBERTYTOWN – In an age when social media and digital tools are sometimes cursed for their negative influence, a Frederick County parish and its Knights of Columbus chapter celebrated one of their own and his use of technology to spread the Word.

Liturgist drops speaking engagements over missal translation process
Feb 08 2011
WASHINGTON – Saying that he “cannot promote the new missal translation with integrity,” the former chairman of the music committee of the International Commission on English in the Liturgy has withdrawn from all speaking engagements related to the missal.

‘Singing-nun records’ planted seed for Catholic children’s music artist
Feb 05 2011
WASHINGTON – Don’t look now, but Soeur Sourire and others like her are getting their due from Catholic children’s music artist Jim Cosgrove.

One of the ‘six fabulous Kunkel girls,’ School Sister credits her century to a happy home life
Feb 03 2011
If the large house at 2102 South Road in Mount Washington could speak, it would tell happy tales of the 11-member Kunkel family who once lived under its roof.

New university president says Catholic intellectual life needs renewal
Jan 27 2011
WASHINGTON – Calling for a rebirth in Catholic intellectual life, a pursuit that leads to virtue, John H. Garvey was sworn in Jan. 25 as the 15th president of The Catholic University of America in Washington.

John Carroll senior books music star for senior project, Jan. 22 concert
Jan 19 2011
John Carroll School student Allison Lozinak dreamt big for her senior project. She wanted to bring one of contemporary Christian music’s biggest stars, Matt Maher, to the school’s Bel Air campus for a concert.

Neighborhoods at St. Elizabeth offers seniors a warm, inviting residence
Jan 11 2011
This is not your father’s nursing home. In fact, it’s hard to realize that the Neighborhoods at St. Elizabeth really is a nursing home, since it totally lacks that institutional touch.

Savior of world is found among poor, not in halls of power, pope says
Jan 06 2011
VATICAN CITY – Christ, the king of the world, is not found on the thrones of power or in the hallways of learning, he is found defenseless among the poor and humble, Pope Benedict XVI said.

Moderator of Washington Post faith blog says religion affects every part of daily life
Jan 01 2011
WASHINGTON – Sally Quinn, a Washington Post journalist who founded and moderates “On Faith,” a Post website on religion, said she learned years ago that in Washington social circles, people don’t discuss religion. They are “stealth religious.”