Baltimore Archdiocese schools, families using 3D printers to help produce face shields

Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore are stepping up to aid health care workers by helping to produce face shields desperately needed during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Honors for Monsignor Phillips, now Scout chaplain emeritus 

Scouting and faith were celebrated at the annual Archdiocesan Scout Mass and Presentation of Awards March 1. Boy Scouts from troops across the archdiocese were invited to St. Katharine Drexel Church to receive religious awards earned in the past year.
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St. Philip Neri parishioners continue to support outreach begun in their basement

Under the guidance of Leo Zerhusen, HOPE (He Opens Paths to Everyone) For All has turned empty houses into furnished homes and outfitted children for school.
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Class of 2019: St. Mary’s Doud excelled as equestrian, advocate for immigrants

In addition to being the valedictorian at St. Mary’s High in Annapolis and an accomplished equestrian, Aidan Doud is active in helping immigrants adjust to the U.S.
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Davidsonville parish offers ‘pampering and prayer’ for caregivers

Sponsored by the Faith and Abilities ministry and supported by additional parish groups, the day brings together those who care for family members with illness or disability.
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Mount de Sales graduate finds sense of community

From her volleyball teammates to her bandmates in productions of “Beauty and the Beast” and “Oliver!,” Zoe Kreisel found her community at Mount de Sales Academy.
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Daughter of St. Gianna Molla shares story of her sacrifice with Ellicott City parish

Molla is the child St. Gianna struggled to carry to term after doctors discovered a fibroid tumor that threatened both her life and her baby’s.
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