Our Lady of Mount Carmel School modernizes campus

Our Lady of Mount Carmel School took a major leap into 21st century over the summer, in the process heeding the call of Pope Francis to become better stewards of the environment.
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Camp St. Vincent continues to enrich summers of children experiencing homelessness

Since June 24, St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore has brightened the summer of more than 250 children experiencing homelessness.
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At Quo Vadis retreat, it’s easy to meet ‘new seminarian every day’

EMMITSBURG – Quo Vadis, an annual summer retreat for high-school aged males considering a religious vocation, took a different tack July 25. The retreat is hosted by seminarians of the Archdiocese of Baltimore. On the third of its four days, however, 62 participants heard not from a seminarian studying Theology or in his pastoral year,...
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Vacation Bible school: No lions, tigers and bears, but horses, games, snacks – and Scripture

As Cherry Hill, Hydes and Linthicum Heights show, the concept of Vacation Bible School encompasses many approaches and activities.
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Mount St. Joseph defeats 2018 MIAA-A baseball champs on the road

An error-plagued Friar defense and timely Gael hitting broke open a scoreless game in the top of the fifth, as visiting Mount St. Joseph High School defeated the 2018 MIAA-A Conference Champion Archbishop Curley High School 5-0 March 20.
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A photographic year in review

Kevin J. Parks shares some of his favorite visual memories from 2018.
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Children of all ages

Kevin Parks, Catholic Review visual journalist, reflects on some recent assignments that bring the preciousness of life and joy into focus.
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Oktoberfest carries new meaning

A visit with his aunt leads Catholic Review visual journalist Kevin J. Parks to discover more about his German heritage.
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Notre Dame Prep remains perfect in field hockey

Notre Dame Preparatory School’s nationally-ranked field hockey team is making the most of its defense of the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference title, as the Blazers improved to 8-0 overall Sept. 25.
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Big fifth inning leads Curley to first A Conference baseball title since 2001

A breakout fifth-inning and a strong six-inning pitching performance by senior Paul Nixon led Archbishop Curley to an 8 -3 victory over Gilman at Harford Community College May 21
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Calvert Hall secures first round bye with surge against Loyola Blakefield

Captain Liam Bateman drew the Dons even at 4-4 with 7:35 remaining in the third quarter, but Calvert Hall dominated the rest of the way
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