Baltimore Archdiocese educators encouraged to make ‘spiritual truths evident’ 

More than 1,300 Catholic school teachers and administrators assembled Aug. 29 at the Church of the Nativity with Archdiocese of Baltimore leaders to open the new academic year with a call to leadership. 
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DC choir’s message to Baltimore County parish: ‘We’re all family’

Inspired by Archbishop Lori’s pastoral reflections on racism, the pastor of St. Joseph, Fullerton invited a Gospel choir from Washington, D.C., to the parish.
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Class of 2019: Tiny start, big finish for Maimone twins at Mercy High, Loyola Blakefield

Connor and Kayleigh Maimone’s connection to Mercy High, which includes an Eagle Scout project and a graduation, began with their 2001 baptism there.
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Baltimore Archdiocese spelling bee has middle-schoolers abuzz

The competition brought 38 middle school-age students from across the archdiocese – all winners of separate spelling bees at their respective schools – to Our Lady of Perpetual Help School in Ellicott City.
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Foundation continues Pacione’s spirit

The Pacione Foundation carries on the legacy of Mark Pacione, an innovator in ministering to young members of the Catholic Church who headed the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s Division of Youth and Young Adult ministry from the mid-1980s until 2009,
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Add art to Advent preparation

If you’re looking for an artful way to prioritize Christ this Advent season, visit the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore.
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All in a day’s ministry

By the time Father James D. Proffitt finally put his feet up Nov. 10, he’d presided at a funeral and a wedding, baptized three babies, heard confessions for an hour, presided at the Saturday vigil Mass and administered the anointing of the sick.
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Maryland women’s conference keynote asks for prayer for priests

Nearly 300 people attended the Maryland Catholic Women’s Conference Oct. 6, held at the motherhouse of the Oblate Sisters of Providence in Arbutus.
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‘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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