More than ever, a man for others
Nov 24 2015
Loyola Blakefield's Van Brooks serves others after a football injury left him paralyzed.

College’s basketball history lovingly penned by Loyola alum
Nov 18 2015
"Running with the Greyhounds," a newly published history of Loyola basketball, was written by Jimmy Smith.

Craig leads Maryvale Prep cross country to new heights
Oct 28 2015
Led by Emily Craig, Maryvale Prep finished first in the IAAM and A Conference cross country championships for the first time.

Rugby’s Jesuit links on display in Towson
Oct 27 2015
“Rugby is a sport that, sort of by its very nature, fosters a brotherhood between players,” Kenny Ames said.

Goal of rosary rallies to 'bring souls closer to Christ,' says leader
Aug 16 2015
Eight football teams and an archbishop gathered the night of July 30 for a Sports Leader Rosary Rally

Priests take to the field for Collar Series, raise funds for vocations
Jun 28 2015
Many spent Father's Day at a Nebraska softball matchup between priests of the Archdiocese of Omaha and the Diocese of Lincoln.

Community service leads three Maryvale grads to medical ambitions
Jun 15 2015
Three young women who graduated June 5 from Maryvale Preparatory School, have much more in common than their affinity for running.

Private donors transform vacant lot at Cardinal Shehan School
May 29 2015
Archbishop William E. Lori dedicated and blessed a new playground and the basketball court May 26 at Cardinal Shehan School.

Jerry Savage, who coached the Loyola Blakefield boys’ basketball team from 1968 to 2003 and served the Archdiocese of Baltimore for nearly five decades, died May 23. The Baltimore Catholic League Player of the Year award is given in his honor. (Courtesy Loyola Blakefield) Coach Savage’s entire life was ‘in service to another’
May 28 2015
At his funeral Mass, Loyola Blakefield's Jerry Savage was remembered for his grace, marriage of 51 years and selfless faith.

Iowan behind Globetrotters’ meeting with pope says event unforgettable
May 18 2015
In 2000, Briar Cliff University grad Brett Meister was given the opportunity to meet a future saint.