Mount St. Mary’s University partners with Frederick County Sheriff’s Office
Mar 02 2014
Mount St. Mary’s University has partnered with the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office to teach law enforcement officers best practices when encountering people with intellectual disabilities.
Archdiocese argues banning the criminal checkbox could put vulnerable at risk
Feb 27 2014
Alison D’Alessandro, director of the archdiocese’s Office of Child and Youth Protection, voiced her concerns about "Ban the Box."
New Harford County Public Schools superintendent a Mount St. Mary’s, Loyola alumna
Feb 25 2014
Barbara P. Canavan, a graduate of Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg and Loyola University Maryland in Baltimore, was named superintendent of Harford County Public Schools Feb. 24.
Winter weather wreaks havoc on archdiocesan buildings, impacts budgets, school schedule
Feb 24 2014
Since January, 23 parishes and schools have filed property claims with the archdiocese.
Archdiocese ends fiscal year in strong position
Feb 21 2014
Buoyed by increased contributions and a strengthened economy, the Archdiocese of Baltimore ended Fiscal Year 2012-2013 in a stronger position.
Notre Dame of Maryland University announces three finalists for president
Feb 19 2014
Notre Dame of Maryland University has announced the names of the three finalists who are vying to lead the Baltimore institution.
Keep that cough at home: Bishops back sick-leave bill for low-wage workers
Feb 03 2014
If she gets sick, Amanda Rothschild, 29, doesn’t have to choose between missing work and paying bills.
Catholic leaders stand with governor, mayor to call for minimum wage hike
Feb 03 2014
A Feb. 3 rally at St. Vincent de Paul Church helped draw attention to matter of increasing the minimum wage.
Oak Crest honors longtime Catholic chaplain
Feb 01 2014
Suplician Father Joseph Bonadio has been celebrating Mass at Oak Crest for nearly 20 years.
Candle-lit vigil pays tribute to victims of Columbia Mall shooting
Jan 31 2014
As the sun set on Columbia Jan. 30, hundreds gathered in the cold for an interdenominational candle-lit vigil.
Reasons abound to choose Catholic schools
Jan 26 2014
Economist Anirban Basu offers six reasons why he believes parents should enroll their children in Catholic schools:.
Vatican bank investigated cleric arrested again by Italian authorities
Jan 22 2014
Monsignor Nunzio Scarano was arrested again in late January on suspicion of money laundering and fraud.
Pope urges business leaders to serve human dignity, common good
Jan 22 2014
Business leaders have the power and the duty to reduce widespread inequality and “social exclusion,” the pope said.
Five takeaways from the bishops’ new statement on poverty
Jan 20 2014
Maryland’s Catholic bishops released a joint statement Jan. 20 urging fair treatment of workers.
Little Sisters of the Poor stand firm against mandate
Jan 13 2014
The sisters object to having to provide contraceptives, sterilizations and abortifacient drugs within their employee health insurance coverage.