‘Homeless Jesus’ finds a permanent haven in Baltimore parish

Versions of the sculpture have found homes across the globe and, now, in an urban park where people experiencing homelessness find refuge.
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Graduation profile: St. Maria Goretti graduate is healthy, happy – and giving back

Abby Theis departed St. Maria Goretti High School with top grades – and more than 300 hours of service. What’s more, she did all that after struggling through her freshman year while undergoing treatment for leukemia.
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Missionary Disciples: ChristLife discovers, follows and shares Christ

People came from 36 U.S. dioceses as well as Canada, Mexico, Ireland and Singapore to participate in the ChristLife National Training Conference at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish in Ellicott City.
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Caroline Center gives thanks for 22 years of leadership from SSND Sister Pat

School Sister of Notre Dame Patricia McLaughlin is stepping down after 22 years of ministry at the Caroline Center in Baltimore.
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New Mount president acknowledges its history, his own at West Point

Trainor pledged a campus where everyone will be treated with dignity and respect and an environment free of sexual assault and harassment.
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Doctor to the sisters

“I love him, I do,” said Sister Angela, who praised both Hennawi and his staff. “It’s a happy place, a joyful place. The first thing he said to me was, ‘What can I do for you?’ – which is a beautiful way to begin a relationship.”
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Hydes school students celebrate Blue Ribbon status

“I’m honored that we were recognized because our philosophy is that all children should have an opportunity to have a Catholic education,” said Christine Blake, principal of St. John the Evangelist School in Hydes."
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Divine connection: Baltimore School of Music follows lead of St. Ignatius parishioner

While James Lowe’s beloved guitar sits untouched more than he’d like, he nonetheless shares his love of classical music as director of the Baltimore School of Music.
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Mercy High School offers international scope

Christine Joy “CJ” Escobar, a native of the Philippines, and Catherine Zuzarte, a first-generation Pakistani-American, often feel torn between the lands of their parents and their American community. At Baltimore’s Mercy High School, however, they always felt at home.
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Baltimore Catholic school students meet Plank, their benefactor

With music, dance and games, children from four Catholic community schools in Baltimore gathered May 9 to celebrate their being the first “Plank Scholars,” a new part of Partners in Excellence (PIE).
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Friends, newcomers alike line up to welcome new bishops to Baltimore

Bishop Adam J. Parker and Bishop Mark E. Brennan saw many familiar faces in the congregation at their episcopal ordination.
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