Charity & Volunteering


Dentist brightens job prospects for men of Christopher Place
Apr 01 2016
A day after he declined to take a bow in recognition of his service to his country, James W. Taneyhill reluctantly accepted the thanks of Catholic Charities.

Loyola University Maryland receives $2.5 million gift
Feb 17 2016
Loyola University Maryland has received a $2.5 million planned gift from Joanna Armiger Edwards and her husband, Stuart W. Edwards.

Laity shine light on annual appeal
Feb 01 2016
The title of the 2016 Archbishop’s Annual Appeal, “A Light Brightly Visible,” describes the faith of its co-chairs, Dr. Ellen Yankellow and William Chapman, her husband.

‘Blanket Baltimore’ drive helps spread warmth at Franciscan Center
Dec 31 2015
The Blanket Baltimore drive is helping keep many warm in the city.

Renovated St. Vincent de Paul shelter broadens options for families
Dec 29 2015
How does a family end up homeless? “Sometimes it’s an illness or a car breaking down,” said Toni Boulware Stackhouse of Sarah’s Hope.

Ministry ‘giant’ still helping youths
Nov 02 2015
A new foundation has been established to honor the legacy of Mark Pacione.

Christians and Jews feed Baltimore's homeless, have lively discussion of 'The Giving Tree'
Sep 18 2015
Shel Silverstein’s children’s classic, “The Giving Tree," was the focal point of a lively discussion among Christians and Jews in Baltimore.

With boost from Baltimore, Haiti school celebrates first grads
Jul 30 2015
Deacon Rodrigue Mortel and a local delegation were among the honored guests July 12 in St. Marc, Haiti, for the first graduation from the James M. Stine College.

In quake-hit Nepal, monsoon hampers relief work
Jul 16 2015
Despite financial support and procuring relief material to reach out to remote areas hit by April’s earthquake, Catholic charities are facing problems.

Relief items in short supply in landlocked Nepal
May 09 2015
Anam Tamang was excited: A truck of earthquake relief supplies had finally arrived at Caritas Nepal headquarters in Kathmandu.