A swamped boat, Baltimore ‘quirk’ and $700,000: Five things to know about the 2014 Dragon Boat Races
Sep 07 2014
Catholic Charities held its biennial Dragon Boat Races at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor Sept. 6.
Ice bucket challenge brings attention to pro-life research center
Sep 02 2014
Contributions to the John Paul II Medical Research Institute in Iowa represent a 100 percent increase in donations.
Aug 29 2014
For many children in Cumberland, school isn’t just about feeding minds.
Panic, hunger spread among quarantined West Africans in Ebola areas
Aug 25 2014
Hunger and panic are spreading among people unable to work because of restrictions aimed at containing the spread of Ebola.
Schools collaborate to improve Catholic education
Aug 24 2014
Partnerships between Catholic primary, secondary and higher education institutions benefit one as much as the other.
CCHD seed money goes a long way at Project PLASE
Aug 22 2014
Project PLASE (People Lacking Ample Shelter and Employment) found permanent housing for more than 300 people in fiscal year 2013.
With passion for projects, Franciscan works to give Hondurans options
Aug 02 2014
Franciscan Father Alberto Gauci's field of dreams unfolds in a remote corner of Central America, far from the limelight of the recently concluded World Cup.
City parishes use Dragon Boat Races to forge bonds, help Charities
Jul 30 2014
On Saturdays at 9 a.m., a group of Baltimore City Catholics climbs into a Chinese-style Dragon Boat and eases into the harbor.
Reap what you sow: Our Lady of the Fields plants garden, feeds homeless
Jul 28 2014
Our Lady of the Fields parishioners have success with a new straw bale garden.
Catholic Charities not daunted by immigrant proposal push-back
Jul 22 2014
UPDATED photos to show Timonium location -- After news broke July 17 of Catholic Charities of Baltimore’s aim to house minors at a Baltimore-area facility, responses have been mixed.