Lifting up the ‘little people’: Baltimore Jesuits to open preschool

The Loyola Early Learning Center, a pre-K institution for 2-year-olds, will open Sept. 10 in Baltimore.
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‘A light that is breaking through’: Pro-lifers march on Annapolis

Pro-life supporters arrived in throngs to participate in the 39th annual Maryland March for Life March 3.
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Men’s conference participants told to be on fire, not ‘lukewarm’

At least 1,000 men from across the Baltimore Archdiocese converged on Morgan State University for the annual Catholic men's conference.
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As in his life, all welcomed at Cardinal Keeler’s funeral Mass

Mourners from near and far, and all walks of life and various creeds, filled the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Homeland March 28 for the funeral Mass of Cardinal Keeler.
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Cardinal Keeler’s legacy includes strengthening Catholic-Jewish bonds

Cardinal Keeler’s theological understanding was profound, and I was able aid him in understanding the Jewish community, since I had a doctorate in Hebrew studies from the Institute of Hebrew Studies of New York University.
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Cardinal Keeler’s body received at Baltimore Basilica

Ten pallbearers carried the casket up the steps of the U.S.’s first cathedral, which Cardinal Keeler had restored to the vision of its architect, Benjamin Henry Latrobe
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Archbishop Lori praises ‘solid foundations’ left by Cardinal Keeler

“In many ways, it makes my job easier, because he left such solid foundations,” Archbishop Lori said.
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The Least of These: Serving students with special needs, joyfully

Children with special needs receiving loving care at St. Elizabeth School and Villa Maria School.
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Vicariate structure outlined for Archdiocese of Baltimore

Archbishop Lori announced he has returned the archdiocese to the three-vicariate system, with urban, eastern and western vicariates.
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Structural problems close Brunswick church permanently

St. Francis of Assisi Church in Brunswick has closed permanently due to structural problems that, according to engineers, have left the building unsuitable for occupancy.
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The John Carroll School mourns the loss of a good friend, smiling presence

Classmates, faculty and staff of The John Carroll School remembered Joshua Hamer as a smiling, upbeat member of the school community.
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James and Elisa Hamilton add witness to Annual Appeal

James and Elisa Hamilton are encouraging parishioners of all means in the Archdiocese of Baltimore to participate in the Annual Appeal.
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