September 4, 2018

First day for three Catholic schools includes Archbishop Lori, other visitors

On the first day of school Sept. 4, Archbishop William E. Lori – accompanied by Jim Sellinger, chancellor of education, and Donna Hargens, superintendent – visited schools in Harford and Baltimore counties.
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New Baltimore Catholic school to be named in honor of Mother Lange

The proposed new Catholic school in Baltimore will honor the name of Mother Mary Elizabeth Lange, the foundress of the Oblate Sisters of Providence and the first Catholic school in the United States for black children.
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Spirit of service begins early at Holy Angels

“Created for Good Works” is the theme for 2018-19, the year of service in the Archdiocese of Baltimore. That is an ethos that students at Catholic schools embrace long before they enter high school.
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Vigano, spokesmen dispute facts of contested pope meeting in Washington

Days after he called on Pope Francis to resign for allegedly ignoring sanctions placed on then-Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick, Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano provided his version of a meeting that, in the minds of many, changed the overall narrative of Pope Francis' visit to the United States in 2015.
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