School news from around the Archdiocese of Baltimore
Dec 07 2013
See news from Our Lady of Perpetual Help, NDP, Trinity School, Loyola University Maryland and more.
Catholic leaders say stormwater fee needs mending
Dec 06 2013
UPDATED to reflect a change in the total assessment to parishes and schools.
Catholic Charities’ annual breakfast highlights organization’s work
Dec 04 2013
Archbishop Lori says the work of Catholic Charities has touched so many lives in "very, very profound ways."
Sugar plums – and fried dough: Summer tradition on Christmas menu in Bradshaw
Dec 04 2013
The first year she made fried dough at the parish carnival, Victoria Falcone couldn's give it away.
'Tis the season for giving: Check out these parish gift shops
Dec 04 2013
Skip the crowded shopping malls this holiday season and visit parish gift shops instead.
Nonpublic schools make push for business tax credit
Dec 03 2013
Nonpublic school advocates are pushing lawmakers to pass a business tax credit they believe will help stabilize schools.
‘The church gave me everything I am’
Nov 10 2013
Dr. A “Skipp” Sanders, who spent decades working for the state department of education, talks about the role of faith in his life.
Joint venture in Sparks nourishes thousands
Oct 31 2013
The archdiocese, which owns farmland across from the Monsignor O’Dwyer Retreat House, has partnered with First Fruits Farm, Inc.
Lennon returns to Baltimore’s Mercy High as its next president
Oct 29 2013
Mary Beth Lennon was introduced as Mercy's next president Oct. 29.
Westminster pastor honored as ‘Man for All Seasons’
Oct 28 2013
Monsignor James P. Farmer received the “Man for All Seasons Award” Oct. 27 at the Catholic Center in Baltimore.
DRE, youth minister and pastoral associate didn’t set out to serve parishes
Oct 20 2013
The Catholic Review talks with three lay ministers in the Archdiocese of Baltimore about their calling.
Budding Indiana Jones: Our Lady of Hope parishioner enthusiastic about archeology
Oct 05 2013
Marylynne Sitko, an Arabic language and religious studies major, participated in an archaeological dig near Jerusalem.
Two paws up: St. John, Westminster couple own South Baltimore dog daycare
Oct 04 2013
Entrepreneurs Jeanne and Bill Link opened a dog daycare in 2009.
Despite shutdown, business as usual for Catholic Charities’ programs
Oct 03 2013
Across the country, federally-funded programs are reportedly halting services due to the partial government shutdown.
Cord blood donation is free and easy, but still a challenge for Mercy, St. Agnes
Sep 30 2013
Mercy Medical Center and St. Agnes Hospital are trying to boost the number of patients who donate their newborns’ umbilical cord blood.