Greed destroys, money is God’s gift to use to help others, pope says
Oct 21 2013
Money by itself isn’t a problem, but greed and an attachment to money cause evil and destroy families and relationships, Pope Francis said.
Call to ‘ask not ...’ still resonates in commitment to public service
Oct 20 2013
The president who admonished Americans to “Ask not what your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for your country,” has plenty of people trying to keep his vision alive.
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.
‘Labor in the Pulpits’ connects workers’ stories to social justice
Aug 30 2013
More than 50 area faith congregations – including four Baltimore Catholic parishes – will host low-wage workers during Labor Day weekend services.
Highlandtown parish surpasses campaign goal by 500 percent
Jul 08 2013
Redemptorist Father Robert Wojtek talks about his parish's success with the archdiocesan capital campaign.
Pope calls for global, ethical finance reform, end to cult of money
May 16 2013
Pope Francis called for global financial reform that respects human dignity, helps the poor, promotes the common good and allows states to regulate markets.
Mount students positive role models for juvenile offenders
May 12 2013
Students from Mount St. Mary's University spend Sundays volunteering with residents of the Victor Cullen Center.
National Shrine Grotto of Lourdes visitor center dedicated
Apr 30 2013
A dedication Mass and blessing ceremony for the Richard and Mary Lee Miller Family Visitor’s Center at the National Shrine Grotto of Lourdes in Emmitsburg was April 27.
Loyola Blakefield honor turns into family affair
Apr 17 2013
Find out what Ryan McCarthy, Loyola Blakefield 2013, had to share about his father, William J. McCarthy Jr., class of 1979.
Ignatian road race to benefit Jesuit outreach
Mar 21 2013
Pat Skarupa first became interested in learning more about St. Ignatius Loyola when three of her sons attended Loyola Blakefield in Towson
Ethics part of all courses in Catholic University’s new business school
Jan 10 2013
The Catholic University of America in Washington is spinning off its current economics and business curriculum from its College of Arts and Sciences and fashioning a new business school.
Former client now welcomes visitors at Our Daily Bread
Oct 03 2012
A workforce development program, Work 4 Success provides Our Daily Bread clients with job readiness training.
High schools see rising costs
Aug 22 2012
Mary Ann Hultquist has three priorities: paying the mortgage, putting food on the table and footing the bill for her children’s Catholic education.
Catholic Charities honors New All Saints parishioner dedicated to children
Jul 20 2012
Ray Wright worked for Villa Maria for 30 years.
‘E-giving’ making a positive difference in some parishes’ offertories
Jun 18 2012
In today's digital age, parish giving is shifting to "e-giving."
Catholics across the Archdiocese of Baltimore began celebrating the Year of Faith Oct. 11.
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