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From youth ministry in Walkersville to South Bend administrator
Jul 22 2014
Picture several thousand high school students filled with the Holy Spirit standing in a field house.

Vatican asks prayers, support for seafarers on Sea Sunday
Jul 13 2014
The Pontifical Council for Migrants and Travelers, the Apostleship of the Sea and Stella Maris Centers in ports around the globe celebrate Sea Sunday July 13.

Notre Dame of Maryland University receives $1.5 million gift from alumna
Jul 10 2014
Notre Dame of Maryland University announced July 10 it has received a $1.5 million gift from The Pitts Family Foundation

Archdiocese of Philadelphia sells nursing homes for $145 million
Jul 03 2014
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia announced July 1 that it is selling six nursing homes and one assisted living facility operated by archdiocesan Catholic Health Care Services.

Catholic blogger writes for people who live ‘at intersection of cross’
Jun 28 2014
Heather King told Catholic communicators gathered in Charlotte how she embraced sobriety after years as a “falling down drunk."

Anchor institutions including Baltimore’s Catholic colleges sign city plan focusing on four initiatives
Jun 26 2014
Leaders from Bon Secours Hospital, Loyola University Maryland and Notre Dame of Maryland University joined Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and leaders representing Baltimore’s education and medical institutions to sign the Baltimore City Anchor Plan June 25.

Archdiocese of Baltimore announces new directors
Jun 24 2014
A new executive director of the Department of Evangelization and other new positions have been announced by the archdiocese.

Lifelong learner - St. Ignatius, Baltimore, parishioner serves as Walters docent
Jun 03 2014
Walters Art Museum docent takes visitors on a journey "around the world."

Nonpublic school aid a focus of the Maryland Catholic Conference
Jun 02 2014
In this article, the Catholic Review highlights the MCC issue of education.

Dog bred by North Carolina Catholic brings new life to wounded Marine
May 31 2014
A fox red Labrador retriever named Festus has given Marine Staff Sgt. Nick Bennett something he hasn’t had since serving in Iraq.

‘The quintessential Don’: Longtime Blakefield dean transitions to new role
May 19 2014
Loyola Blakefield's John Stewart is moving on after 33 years as dean of students.

Maryland’s Catholic colleges continue to spend, make do with less
May 16 2014
The Archdiocese of Baltimore's three Catholic colleges are operating on tight budgets as they face financial pressures.

Seton Keough’s new president well-versed in Catholic education
May 08 2014
Donna Bridickas, the product of an all-girls’ Catholic high school, champions single-gender education.

Catholic mother of 10, philanthropist honored for raising seven Eagle Scouts
May 05 2014
Mary Agnes Lewis, a Howard County Catholic known for contributions to Catholic Charities, was named Eagle Scout Mom of the Year.

Two Catholic colleges among group under Title IX investigation
May 05 2014
Two Catholic colleges were listed in the group of 55 colleges and universities facing Title IX investigations for their handling of sexual assault complaints.