Annapolis family finds home in the Catholic faith

Nearly 700 catechumens and candidates participated in the Rite of Election and the Call to Continuing Conversion at three locations across the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
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Cardinal Tagle has rapt audience at Mid-Atlantic Congress

Cardinal Tagle of the Archdiocese of Manila delivered a message of hope at the Mid-Atlantic Congress in Baltimore.
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On another St. Valentine’s Day, health struggle only strengthens bond of couple

The love story of Jerry and Renee Buettner, one that begins in the early 1970s, is intertwined with their faith.
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Maryland Assembly will not consider physician-assisted suicide

Legislation regarding physician-assisted suicide (PAS) will not be introduced during the 2018 Maryland General Assembly.
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High-schoolers focus on the Eucharist at seminarian-led Mount 2000 retreat

Mount St. Mary’s was packed this weekend with more than 1,300 high school students attending Mount 2000, a retreat focused on the Eucharist and led by the university’s seminarians.
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Changing places: St. Casimir School makes use of varied seating options

St. Casimir Catholic School in Canton is among a growing list of schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore that use flexible seating to enhance learning.
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Carroll County’s Catholic school provides well-rounded education

Archbishop William E. Lori made it to Carroll County’s only Catholic school Jan. 31 to visit the students of St. John School after a snowy morning cancelled his trip to the recently merged St. Michael-St. Clement School in Overlea the day before.
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St. John Regional Catholic School stays fresh, thanks to STEM

St. John Regional Catholic School didn’t rest on its laurels after being named a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence in 2009. The pre-K-8 school in Frederick County kept up-to-date with the latest advancements in STEM.
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Amen: Boring in eye of beholder

When we choose to stay in our own little world, it’s not because we are hateful or uneducated or racist. Some like the hustle, bustle and skyline. I’ll take the calm, rolling hills and serenity. 
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Severna Park parish and school grow with new building

St. John the Evangelist Parish and School in Severna Park have grown with the opening of a shared 14,600-square-foot Parish Activities Center.
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Furry friends encourage reading in Carroll County

St. John School and Parish kicked off Catholic Schools Week with the help of some furry friends.
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