March 28, 2013

Holy Thursday – Mass of the Lord’s Supper

I. Introduction: The Upper Room In this beautful Cathedral we may feel like a tiny flock yet we are here the friends of Christ. By taking part in this liturgy of Holy Thursday we enter the Upper Room where Christ gathered with his Apostles for the Last Supper. Here our eyes of faith see the...
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More than 750 New Catholics to Enter the Church in the Archdiocese this Easter

More than 750 new Catholics will enter the Catholic Church at Easter Vigil Masses Saturday night in the Archdiocese of Baltimore. A total of 765 catechumens (the un-baptized) and candidates (already Baptized in another Christian Church) will participate in the celebration of initiation at these vigil Masses, and increase from last year’s total of 702....
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Local Catholics rally for marriage in Washington

Catholics from Baltimore-area parishes joined traditional-marriage supporters March 26 in Washington, D.C., for a rally and accompanying march to the U.S. Supreme Court building.
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In Grace’s honor

Loyola Magazine recently published an article about Grace McComas, the daughter of Christine Pfister McComas, ’87 and David McComas, ’85, who committed suicide last Easter after she was cyberbullied.
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Benjamin Carson for president

My name is Mathias Andrulewicz Jr. and I am a freshman Political Science student at Mount Saint Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, Maryland. I am writing to you out of great respect and gratitude for your inspiring life story, your efforts in strengthening the American education system, and your recent move into the political arena to...
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Buckeystown parish to break ground on new church April 14

St. Joseph on Carrollton Manor in Buckeystown is breaking ground April 14 for construction of a new $4.7-million church, a project driven by expanding parish membership.
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