Hampden parish, born in storm, celebrates 150 years of harmony

“It’s a great jewel in Hampden, it really is,” said parishioner Christine Barrasso of St. Thomas Aquinas Parish.
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How West Baltimore is rising to the challenge of ‘missionary discipleship’

“We basically took the archbishop’s pastoral (letter) and sort of stretched it apart,” explained Capuchin Franciscan Father Paul Zaborowski, pastor of St. Ambrose.
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‘Where does the time go?’: Hunt Valley parish celebrates 25 years

Archbishop Lori celebrated a special Mass marking the 25th anniversary of the Catholic Community of St. Francis Xavier.
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Commitment to Immaculate Heart of Mary School transcends generations

“It has always felt like a community and a family here – always,” Terri Archibald said.
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In his own words: A conversation with Bishop Denis J. Madden

The Catholic Review sat down for an extensive interview with Bishop Madden as he celebrates 50 years as a priest.
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Father William Watters: ‘Rather than curse the darkness, light a candle’

Through his 63-year Jesuit ministry, Father Watters fostered several schools, social outreach ministries and cultural endeavors.
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State legislative session ends with wins for Maryland bishops

Scholarship funding, paid sick leave and the withdrawal of a bill that would have legalized physician-assisted suicide were among the highlights of the legislative session.
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Chrism Mass emphasizes unity, nods toward pastoral planning

The spirit of pastoral planning was on full display at the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s annual Chrism Mass at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen.
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Hunt Valley and Cockeysville men’s groups minister to India, each other

Nothing’s Wasted Dinner, named for one of Father Francis McGauley’s maxims, has raised $120,000, resulting in 70 wells in villages.
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