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April 19, 2012

What is estate planning, who needs it and how do you get it?

Nobody has to do estate planning, but everyone would be wise to do it. Those are the words of advice of Stephen Bailey, an estate planning lawyer with the Law Office of Stephen Bailey in Baltimore.
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St. Clare suffers vandalism

Three teenage boys vandalized the parish center at St. Clare in Essex April 8, spraying fire extinguishers throughout the former school building and causing at least $62,000 in damages.
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Fortnight for Freedom

Last week, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops issued a call to action to defend religious liberty and urged the lay faithful to work to protect this First Freedom of the Bill of Rights (see article on Page A3).
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Frederick senior keeps moving

FREDERICK – Abigail Tighe has been playing soccer and softball since before she could read, but scoring goals and home runs wasn’t what excited her.
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Soul-wrenching prayer provokes soul-filled action

Recently, I walked on a Peace and Prayer Pilgrimage with Auxiliary Bishop Denis J. Madden, Spiritan Father Evod Shao and the good and holy people from St. Edward Catholic Church. Nestled behind the sacred edifice of St. Edward’s on Poplar Grove Street was a cacophony of dilapidated and run-down homes that stretched from block to...
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Changing colors, flavors of Fells Point and Highlandtown

Let us rejoice this Easter Season as we celebrate the suffering, dying and rising of Christ amid blooming flowers and sisters and brothers from different lands. In Fells Point, Highlandtown, Greektown and beyond, one can savor the flavors, enjoy the colors, and participate in rich religious traditions.
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Moving on: Coping with death of spouse

One year after his wife’s death and after trying to cope on his own, Bob Glatz was ready for professional counseling.
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Cardinal receives highest non-Scout award

Cardinal Edwin F. O’Brien received the highest award a non-Scout can get for his support of the Scouts during his tenure in Baltimore.
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Good stewards of the earth: Parishes, schools and institutions take ‘green’ steps

Stella Maris has swapped Styrofoam products for biodegradable silverware and plates made from corn starch and sugarcane ...
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Liberty: A time for weeping

We are seeing what happens when laity ignores apostolic teaching for whatever reason and bishops fail to adequately confront the laity’s misdirection. We now face a serious attack on religious liberty in this country.
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