Ask, pray, talk: Little Italy pastor connects during annual festivals

The festival, which draws those from the greater metropolitan area to the St. Leo community, offers an opportunity to normalize Catholicism in everyday life, as well as promote religious vocations.
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St. Agnes parishioner receives first Communion at Camp GLOW

“This is a Camp GLOW first,” said Deacon Fleming, who leads the camp. “It is truly a blessing. How appropriate to be with her family and friends to receive this blessed gift.”
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St. Bernardine parishioner offers comfort with meals

As a child, Jo Ann Thomas watched her grandmother cook for the retired Josephite priests and brothers in residence at St. Joseph’s Manor in Roland Park. Those memories of growing up around the Josephites (her mother served them as a nurse) surround Thomas when she cooks with commercial-sized pots and pans in the kitchen of...
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Bishop Brennan discusses “Humanae Vitae” with young adults

“When you override nature itself,” Bishop Brennan added, “you don’t respect it.”
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‘This is a kid, not a cause’: Millersville parishioners host Colombian orphan

Matt and Melanie Brady and their three children opened their home for five weeks to Esteban, a 13-year-old orphan from Colombia.
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Loyola graduate students engage children in summer reading program

More than 50 children registered – free of charge – for daily one-on-one or small group sessions from June 27 to July 27. The weekday hour-long sessions, under the umbrella of Loyola Clinical Centers
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Names & Numbers: Schools embrace environment; ‘Men in Black’ winners on basketball court

The latest installment of Names and Numbers features schools embracing to the environment, honors for a Baltimore hospital leader, musicians from a local high school and more.
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Cristo Rey graduate stands for social justice

Thirteen years after immigrating to the United States from Honduras, Riccy Amador left her mark in Baltimore as a leader in social justice awareness. 
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Graduation profile: Former Seton Keough student thrived at IND

Ryann Cooper found success at The Seton Keough High School and the Institute of Notre Dame, both in Baltimore.
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Unique customs accentuate end of school days

Many Catholic schools in the archdiocese renewed senior traditions during graduation season.
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‘Esperanza’ – hope – amid immigration crisis

When employees of Esperanza Center visit with children who have been reunited with family members, they ask the children their goals. Overwhelmingly, the answer is to feel safe.
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Father John Moore, founding pastor of Holy Family in Middletown, dies

Father John C. Moore, founding pastor of Holy Family Catholic Community in Middletown, died June 24 in Adamstown. He was 83.
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