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.
U.S. sister ‘changed my life,’ says orphaned man who had tumor as child
May 02 2015
Patrick Daly was orphaned at age 8, and that’s when the tumor on his right cheek began to grow.
Purple Sheep Project: Youngster displays ageless wisdom
Apr 25 2015
Confusion. Tears. Possibly a category 4 meltdown.
At annual dinner, Catholic Charities of Baltimore highlights ‘The Power of One’
Apr 24 2015
Catholic Charities honors employee Mary Gunning for her 33 years of service through Head Start.
Our Daily Bread asks parishioners to perform small miracle
Apr 18 2015
The Our Daily Bread Employment Center is asking parishioners: Could you bake a casserole once in a while?
Emmitsburg man recounts experience with local ‘angels’
Apr 07 2015
“Kelly’s my guardian angel,” Frank Harris said.
Baltimore doctor kick-started heart of social ministry
Mar 09 2015
Retired cardiologist Dr. Raymond Bahr received the John Hook Award March 7 at the convocation.