Father Kevin Ewing ordained to priesthood in joyful ceremony

Father Ewing exhibited a demeanor of peace and joy as he processed down the center aisle of the cathedral toward what promises to be his greatest adventure, a lifetime as a priest of the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
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Tempered by faith, St. John’s Catholic Prep grad pursues greatness

“My favorite classes,” said Michael Wohlfarth, salutatorian at St. John’s Catholic Prep, “were the ones that gave me a taste of what I might want to do with my life.”
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The Least of These: Welcoming the stranger

Fleeing El Salvador and a threat to her life, a young woman found refuge and new life in the Archdiocese of Baltimore. She is among the many immigrants welcomed by the Catholic Church.
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Fortnight for Freedom: Archbishop Lori urges faithful to work for ‘holiness of freedom and freedom for holiness’

Archbishop Lori urged Catholics to develop in their hearts “the holiness of freedom and freedom for holiness – an irrepressible spirit of freedom, courage and mission that no earthly power can take away from us.”
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Amen: Graduates introduced to greatness at Seton Keough

While Seton Keough has closed, Benton, Graves and Dambita – as well as their classmates and underclassmen – will keep the school’s spirit alive.
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K-8 schools that closed left a mark on students

When St. Thomas Aquinas Elementary School in Hampden and John Paul Regional Catholic School in Woodlawn closed their doors for the final time at the conclusion of the 2016-17 school year, students weren’t the only ones to experience grief.
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Ewing’s June 24 ordination to the priesthood will be bittersweet

Deacon Kevin Ewing’s June 24 ordination to the priesthood promises to be bittersweet.
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More than 2,200 graduate from 20 Catholic high schools in Archdiocese of Baltimore

Twenty Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore graduated a combined 2,210 seniors this spring.
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Amen: On a humble man, and famous last words

As a priest, Monsignor Bastress was in fact enlisted to act “in persona Christi” – in the person of Christ – throughout various aspects of his ministry.
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After nearly 66 years in ministry, Monsignor Bastress retires

Pastor of the National Shrine of St. Alphonsus Liguori in Baltimore since 1998, Monsignor Bastress has ministered throughout the archdiocese since his May 19, 1951, ordination at the Baltimore Basilica.
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The big payback: Aspiring priest tackles student debt

With a degree in neuroscience and a job as a research assistant at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Oliver Avaritt had his life pretty well in order when he decided to hand it over to God and join the Dominican Friars of the Province of St. Joseph.
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‘Richly Blessed’: St. Lawrence Martyr opens new parish complex

While a church being replaced with a beerhall is sadly not uncommon in this day and age, the reverse is newsworthy.
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