South Carroll County parish celebrates 150 years

St. Joseph in Sykesville is celebrating 150 years. The parish has seen many changes since its cornerstone was laid in 1868.
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Catholic institutions shine at Light City festival

The annual Light City festival began April 6 with the lighting of Neighborhood Lights, including at St. Leo the Great in Little Italy, and a “luminous” celebration at Loyola University Maryland in Baltimore.
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60 scholars honored at archdiocesan convocation

Top-performing seniors from each Catholic high school within the Archdiocese of Baltimore were honored for academic achievement at the 26th annual Distinctive Scholars Convocation April 10.
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East Baltimore man dedicated to parish, food bank

Dwayne Coleman uses his free time to volunteer at St. Wenceslaus in Baltimore and the parish’s Lucielle Fitzgerald Outreach Center, which will be re-dedicated April 21 at 10 a.m.
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Father Muller, oldest priest in the archdiocese, dies after 70 years as a priest

Father Muller ministered as a chaplain in the Archdiocese of Baltimore at Johns Hopkins Hospital from 1970 to his retirement in 1989. 
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Chrism Mass includes renewal of commitments, distribution of holy oils

More than 24 gallons of oil were distributed to parishes and other Catholic institutions at the archdiocesan chrism Mass at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Homeland March 26.
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Father Kennard Muller, founding pastor of Edgewood parish, dies

Father Kennard Muller, the founding pastor of Prince of Peace in Edgewood, died at 84. He spent his final years in residence at St. Ignatius in Hickory, where he was known for being a confessor and for dining out with members of the community.
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Schools, parishes focus on prevention, detection to keep safe

Schools and parishes in the Archdiocese of Baltimore are evaluating emergency plans and best practices.
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The day I thought a shooter was on campus

In a split second, the place that we called home could have become one in a list of many: Sandy Hook, Oklahoma City, Columbine, the World Trade Center, the Boston Marathon and now Parkland. It only takes one person with malicious intent to uproot and destroy lives.
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Maryvale joins other Catholic schools in honoring victims of gun violence

Silently and reverently, students from Maryvale Preparatory School pressed red flags into the ground outside their school as the names of victims of last month's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Fla., were read during a March 14 prayer service.
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Marylanders march for life in Annapolis

In the midst of a wintry mix and cold temperatures, faithful Marylanders marched in Annapolis for the state’s March for Life March 12.
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Baltimore seminarians spend break serving in Guatemala

The seminarians ranged from pre-theology to those in their temporary diaconate year. They worked alongside the native people in many projects.
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