Next men up: Deacons to be ordained May 26

Five men will be ordained transitional deacons one will be ordained a permanent deacon for the Archdiocese of Baltimore May 26 at the Baltimore Basilica. During the liturgy, Daniel Michaud will be ordained a permanent deacon. 
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Bishop Madden to lead Baltimore prayer walk for peace May 24

Bishop Denis J. Madden, urban vicar and auxiliary bishop emeritus of Baltimore, will lead a prayer walk for peace May 24 at St. Ann Parish, 2201 Greenmount Avenue, in East Baltimore.
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Sister M. Helen Hemmer, I.H.M., dies at 90

Sister Helen served as the coordinator of religious education for the Archdiocese of Baltimore 1986-89.
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Baltimore Archdiocese removes priest over allegations of child sexual abuse from 1970s

Pursuant to Archdiocesan policy, the Archdiocese suspended Father Esposito from ministry and removed his faculties to function as a priest, pending the outcome of its investigation.
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Loyola University Maryland campaign raises more than $100 million

Loyola University Maryland’s Bright Minds, Bold Hearts campaign has surpassed its $100 million goal.
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Mount de Sales track and field, Mercy and Catholic High lacrosse earn IAAM titles

The track and field team from Mount de Sales Academy highlighted three Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland championships earned May 12 by schools from the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
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Former St. Frances Academy teacher accused of inappropriate relationship with student

Ryan Penalver, a former history teacher at St. Frances Academy in Baltimore, was accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student.
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Catholic Communications Campaign helps spread Good News

In the United States, Catholics see the results of this collection daily directly in their hands through social media, websites, radio programs, video production, and more.
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Sister Angela Patrice Power turns 100

In the Archdiocese of Baltimore, Sister Angela Patrice Power taught at St. Paul School and St. Katharine School in Baltimore.
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Loyola Blakefield closes April 30 for law enforcement investigation

Loyola Blakefield in Towson closed April 30 to allow local law enforcement “to assess the source and validity of threatening posts on social media,” according to an April 30 statement from the Jesuit school.
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Harlem Park Head Start preschool teacher receives funding

Stephanie Hall, a preschool teacher at Catholic Charities of Baltimore City Head Start in Harlem Park, received funding to help renovate part of her classroom into an art studio, and to aid other projects.
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Transcript of remarks of Rev. Dr. Raphael D. Warnock at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen

This is a transcript of the recorded remarks of the Rev. Dr. Raphael D. Warnock at an interfaith/ecumenical prayer service to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the death April 4, 1968, of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
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