Seton Keough ties three generations of family together
Apr 30 2011
Shannon Flynn doesn’t just follow in legacies. She creates them.
When she graduates from Baltimore’s Seton Keough High School May 26 with a 4.0 grade point average, Flynn will be remembered as a standout member of the chorus and theater groups.
Specialized summer camps engage children
Apr 28 2011
While for parents, summer camp may bring to mind days filled with scavenger hunts and popsicle-stick art, today's kids have a lot more sophisticated summertime options. Old-fashioned summer camps are still part of the mix, but a whole host of specialized camps now give children the chance to concentrate a single area – i.e., arts, sports or music – for a few weeks each summer. Below is a sampling of camps offered throughout the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
Nearly 800 initiated into faith in archdiocese
Apr 26 2011
Referencing the words of Pope Benedict XVI and St. Augustine, Archbishop Edwin F. O’Brien welcomed eight men and women into full communion with the Catholic Church April 23, during the Easter Vigil at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Homeland.
St. Mary’s Seminary commemorates Shoah
Apr 20 2011
St. Mary’s Seminary and University in Roland Park remembered the victims of the Holocaust, or Shoah, with its 26th annual Yom HaShoah Memorial April 13.
Chrism Mass celebrates priestly unity
Apr 19 2011
As approximately 170 priests renewed their vows during the April 18 Chrism Mass at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Homeland, Archbishop Edwin F. O’Brien choked up for a fleeting moment when he prayed that he would fulfill his office despite his own “unworthiness” – becoming more like the High Priest and Good Shepherd for the priests and people he serves.