February 3, 2020

Catholic high schools continue to be more affordable than most private schools

The 19 Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore continue to be more affordable than all but a handful of their private peers, as evidenced by the Catholic Review’s annual survey of cost of attendance among other nonpublic high schools in the archdiocese.
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Are you ready to see the Light of Life?

Every day is a gift from our Heavenly Father. May we not take it for granted but live it as such, and allow the light of Jesus to shine in and through us so, as to illuminate and brighten our often dark and troubled world.
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Seminarian murdered by kidnappers in Nigeria

An 18-year-old seminarian, kidnapped along with three other seminarians, was found murdered in Nigeria, according to Aid to the Church in Need.
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Best-selling author formed enduring bond with worldwide readership

Mary Higgins Clark, known as the "queen of suspense" to her millions of readers throughout the world, died of natural causes in Naples, Florida, Jan. 31. She was 92.
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Laypeople lead the way at the 2020 MidAtlantic Congress for Pastoral Leadership

Dudley takes a glass half-full approach to the challenges. What others call a “crisis of vocation” has the potential to be an “explosion of vocation” – with lay people leading the way, he said.
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