Bishop Newman, remembered for doing ‘what I was asked to do’ for Baltimore Archdiocese, dies at 88

Bishop William C. Newman, a native son whose diverse service to the Archdiocese of Baltimore included being a parish priest, superintendent of schools and auxiliary bishop, died May 20 at Mercy Ridge Retirement Community in Timonium.
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The Least of These: Stella Maris volunteers bring companionship, Communion to the dying

“Not being afraid of death, to walk this journey with people, it’s a sacred thing,” said Religious Sister of Mercy Karen McNally.
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Eight to be ordained permanent deacons for Baltimore Archdiocese

Eight men will be ordained permanent deacons for the Archdiocese of Baltimore May 6 at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Homeland.
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Coffee & Doughnuts with Jim Hunter

Jim Hunter, Baltimore Orioles announcer and parishioner of St. Mark in Fallston, sits down with the Catholic Review.
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St. Anthony of Padua speeds greening of Northeast Baltimore

On the Second Sunday of Easter at St. Anthony of Padua in Gardenville, Father Ty Hullinger and his congregation underscored the name of their neighborhood.
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Coffee and Doughnuts with Rocky Wagonhurst and Marianne Banister Wagonhurst

Rocky Wagonhurst and Marianne Banister Wagonhurst, founders of the Claire Marie Foundation, sit down with the Catholic Review.
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The Least of These: Despite stroke, Chris Conlon inspires church, family, friends

Conlon has seen and done things you wouldn’t believe – he just can’t tell you about them.
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Goretti High scholars underscore Hagerstown’s ‘hub’ status

The achievers nominated for the archdiocese’s 25th annual Distinctive Scholars Convocation by St. Maria Goretti High School give credence to Hagerstown’s reputation as the Hub City.
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