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Baltimore funeral home CEO Michael Ruck appointed to lieutenancy of Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre
Sep 25 2013
Cardinal Edwin F. O’Brien has appointed Michael J. Ruck Sr. as the Lieutenant of the Middle Atlantic Lieutenancy.

Loyola Blakefield names new president
Sep 25 2013
Loyola Blakefield’s board of trustees unanimously voted to appoint Anthony I. Day as president, the Towson school announced Sept. 25.

Loyola University Maryland receives $1.75 million gift
Sep 19 2013
Loyola University Maryland in Baltimore announced Sept. 19 that it has received a $1.75 million gift, one of the largest program-specific gifts in the institution’s history.

Birroteca serves up unique offerings
Sep 14 2013
Birroteca in Hampden offers retro-vintage charm.

Catholic Charities’ new logo designed to express Catholic identity, mission
Sep 13 2013
Catholic Charities of Baltimore announced the launch of a new logo Sept. 12.

Beans and Bread renovation makes it easier to dish up more than food
Sep 13 2013
The atmosphere of the newly renovated Beans and Bread Center is warm, clean and inviting.

Jessup parishioner applies know-how to need with new sewing ministry
Sep 07 2013
St. Lawrence Martyr parishioner Kathy Furth started a "Sew Hopeful" ministry at her parish.

Baltimore Catholics construct wooden casing fit for a saint
Sep 06 2013
Charles “Bud” Smith still gets emotional when talking about handcrafting a wooden box that held a statue presented to Blessed Pope John Paul II.

Notre Dame of Maryland names Rivera director of communications
Aug 28 2013
Notre Dame of Maryland University in Baltimore has named John Rivera its new Director of University Communications.

New principals, presidents take the helm
Aug 23 2013
Eleven new and interim principals and three interim presidents have been named at Catholic schools.

Playing God: Cloning poses host of ethic dilemmas
Aug 18 2013
Seventeen years have passed since the milestone birth of Dolly the Sheep, the first mammal successfully cloned from an adult cell, which launched worldwide speculation as to whether humans were next.

Hackett ready for move to Rome as ambassador to Holy See
Aug 16 2013
Promoting peace and freedom to worship, alleviating poverty and improving his grasp of the Italian language are some of the items atop Ken Hackett’s to-do list as he prepares to become the U.S. ambassador to the Holy See.

Mount St. Joe’s Norton trades dugout for front office
Aug 14 2013
After 31 seasons as the Mount St. Joseph Gaels' coach, Dave Norton is retiring from coaching.

John Carroll grad soars as head of Sony TV
Aug 12 2013
A guidance counselor once told Sony president Steve Mosko that he wasn't college material.

Catholic schools graduate strives for work-life balance
Aug 10 2013
Like many women, Lisa Ruth has strived to achieve a balance between her career and her family.