February 26, 2018

Catholic schoolteachers’ job fair set for March 10

The teachers' job fair will be held from 9 a.m. to noon at Immaculate Conception School in Towson. Principals and representatives from archdiocesan elementary and high schools will be on site to meet with those in attendance.
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Living Biblically

If “Living Biblically” can get people thinking and talking about living a life of faith, it might be a good thing, overall. For now, CBS has ordered 13 episodes, and the producers hope it gets picked up for a second season.
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Back in Washington after recess, members of Congress get calls on DACA

As Congress reconvened after a 10-day recess, members of both chambers received calls from Catholics around the country Feb. 26 urging them to find a legislative solution to save the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA.
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Sen. DeGrange honored at ‘Catholics in Annapolis’ reception

About 300 people from around the state converged Feb. 22 on the capitol for briefings on issues of interest to Catholics before meeting with local legislators.
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Archbishop Lori returns to Morgan State for Black History Month celebration

Archbishop William E. Lori returned to the campus of Morgan State University in Baltimore for a special ecumenical service during Black History Month.
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Mount St. Mary’s University, St. Maria Goretti High School enter guaranteed admissions partnership

St. Maria Goretti students who meet defined requirements are guaranteed admission to Mount St. Mary’s. Students who meet the criteria will receive, at minimum, a $22,000 four-year award, with a total value of $88,000.
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