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Road trip: Priests, seminarians to bike from Connecticut to Maryland for Catholic education
Mar 17 2015
Priests and seminarians are getting in shape for a 350-mile bike pilgrimage to pray and raise money for Catholic schools.

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.

CCHD honoree has supported living wages, job training in hot dog truck
Feb 10 2015
With a few thousand dollars spread here and there, the Catholic Campaign for Human Development of the Archdiocese of Baltimore has helped bring living wages to employees.

Carroll House docents ensure history is visible for future generations
Jan 10 2015
O’Neill and his wife, Blanche, became Charles Carroll House docents about four years ago.

Baltimore’s Office of Propagation of Faith reaches out to Cuba
Jan 07 2015
Cuba's Bishop Jorge Enrique Serpa Perez visited the U.S. two months before President Barack Obama normalized diplomatic relations.

Gelen, who made it from Honduras to the United States and then suffered a stroke, was able to reunite with her mother thanks to Catholic Charities An uncertain homecoming: When child suffers stroke, Esperanza Center steps in
Dec 27 2014
Cinthia, an immigrant who lives in Baltimore, anticipated an April phone call confirming her two daughters, ages 9 and 12.

Hyatt Regency, Target wrap Franciscan Center guests in warmth - one blanket at a time
Dec 23 2014
This Christmas season, the Franciscan Center was able to distribute 500 blankets to guests.

Head of Catholic Charities: Focus is on overcoming poverty, one person at a time
Dec 10 2014
Catholic Charities of Baltimore celebrated reaching a new fundraising high and other 2014 achievements at its 34th annual Leadership Breakfast.

For Catonsville couple, Christmas giving means hundreds of trees
Dec 01 2014
“Who better to honor with a Christmas tree than National Guardsmen and their families?” Daniel Simons said.

Charitable agencies rooted in first bishop’s mandate
Nov 27 2014
Lay and religious women spearheaded the formation of some of the earliest charitable organizations.