Baltimore Running Festival brings 15,000 by Basilica

A change in the route of the marathon will allow the runners to take a glimpse of America's first cathedral.
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Opera baritone lifts spirits at Baltimore Archdiocese schools gala

An opera star who has performed in London, Madrid and Sydney, Greene was the keynote speaker at the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s ninth annual Gala for Catholic Education.
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Coffee & Doughnuts with William J. McCarthy Jr.

The Catholic Review sits down with with William J. McCarthy Jr., executive director of Catholic Charities of Baltimore and parishioner of Church of the Nativity in Timonium.
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Hagerstown Blue Ribbon involves multi-generational commitment

Family and faith traditions have also contributed mightily to the enduring power of the only Catholic parish school in Western Maryland.
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Archbishop Lori announces statewide Maryland task force on racism

Baltimore Archbishop William E. Lori, the chairman of the Maryland Catholic Conference, announced Sept. 27 the creation of a statewide task force on racism.
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Classroom passion runs deep in Westminster

A combined 65 years in the classroom. An endless supply of esteem for, and expertise in, Catholic schools. That’s what Antoinette “Toni” LaFlame and Barbara Ott bring to the 255 students at St. John School in Westminster.
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Presence: Pastors embrace active role at K-8 schools

The Catholic Review visited with three priests who consider it a privilege to minister to a parish school.
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Rebuilt 2.0: Nativity parish dedicates new church

A Catholic parish that was practicing the New Evangelization before the term was branded celebrated the opening of its new worship space Sept. 8.
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The Least of These: Care for prisoners doesn’t stop after release

“I found Christ in these men, and they shared it with me. It didn’t matter whether they were Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, there was a respect,” Father Canterna said. “The key is love. The key is your presence, your oneness with that person. You have to give of yourself, like Jesus did.”
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Contino has done plenty of ‘something’ for Baltimore Archdiocese city scholars

In 2012, Contino led a group of 20 women in the formation of WEA, which in addition to creating scholarships, provides support that has included classroom technology, summer reading initiatives, state-of-the-art playgrounds and school supplies.
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Coffee & Doughnuts with Mark Teixeira

The Catholic Review sits down with Mark Teixeira, five-time MLB Gold Glove first baseman and 1998 graduate of Mount St. Joseph High School.
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At convocation, Baltimore Archdiocese educators called to ‘make disciples’

Bishop Adam J. Parker implored educators to heed his motto, “Go Make Disciples.” Jim Sellinger, the chancellor of education for the Archdiocese of Baltimore, declared it the “Year of the Teacher.”
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