St. Michael the Archangel School rallies around first-grader
Oct 05 2010
When times are tough for Jaidan Richardson, his classmates have his back.

100-year-old nun a witness to major events in political, church history
Sep 18 2010
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Her deep brown eyes have seen a lot of life in 100 years.

Concert Series set for Cathedral of Mary Our Queen
Sep 14 2010
The Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Homeland has announced its 2010-11 music series. Below are concerts scheduled through the end of the year. Unless otherwise indicated, the programs are free.

Employees all aboard for Dragon Boat Races
Sep 04 2010
The year of the dragon has arrived. Catholic Charities biennial Dragon Boat Races, which features teams from some of Baltimore’s leading organizations and businesses, will take place Sept. 11 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Inner Harbor.

Knights of Peter Claver elect youngest supreme knight, CEO ever
Sep 01 2010
NEW ORLEANS – F. DeKarlos Blackmon, 34, of Huntsville, Ala., has been elected the youngest supreme knight and CEO in the history of the century-old Knights of Peter Claver.

New principal appointed for St. Casimir School
Aug 16 2010
After six years as principal of the now-closed St. William of York School in Baltimore, Noreen Heffner is taking on a new role as principal of St. Casimir School in Canton.

Chinese Catholics use feast of Assumption to pray for mudslide victims
Aug 16 2010
LANZHOU, China – Catholics across China paid tribute during the feast of the Assumption to those who died in a mudslide the previous week.

Taking sound mind, body concept to Heart
Aug 12 2010
Immaculate Heart of Mary School is rolling out a new program. The Center for Leadership in Communication Arts will combine modern digital techniques with old school skills such as writing and public speaking.

‘Dog Day Afternoon’ at cathedral aims to create community, says priest
Aug 07 2010
LOS ANGELES – Most of the 517 pooches and their 950 doting, loyal custodians – don’t dare call them “owners” – who registered for the fourth Downtown Dog Day Afternoon on the plaza at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels showed up for the annual event in Los Angeles.

Violent video games and their effects on players a topic of debate
Jul 20 2010
WASHINGTON – With a case involving violent video gaming set to get a hearing at the U.S. Supreme Court in the fall, psychologists and a priest-anthropologist talked to Catholic News Service about whether youths’ exposure to violent games should be cause for concern.