Mount de Sales finishes strong to take another track and field title; Gilmore shines on boys’ side

Mount de Sales Academy surged to another IAAM track and field championship, while Loyola Blakefield’s Camden Gilmore finished his prep career with an MIAA distance sweep.
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Four taking penultimate step to priesthood for Baltimore Archdiocese

Archbishop William E. Lori will ordain four men to the transitional diaconate May 11 during a 10 a.m. Mass at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Baltimore.
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Luke mill closure sends prayers, former pastors to Allegany County

Bishop Adam J. Parker and Monsignor James W. Hannon added their presence to prayers for the Tri-Towns community affected by the impending closure of one of Western Maryland’s largest employers.
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All in the OLPH family

The seventh Hildreth sibling is set to graduate from Our Lady of Perpetual Help School in Ellicott City.
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Goodbye, Mr. Miceli

Miceli, 86, first came to the school in 1958 as an assistant football coach.
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Deacon Alan M. Rose, who ministered in hospice and prisons, dies at 88

Deacon Alan M. Rose, who ministered to prisoners on death row, helped one convert to the Catholic faith and made family history in the Archdiocese of Baltimore, died April 14, at age 88.
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Road to redemption

Living in East Baltimore, Steven Allbright had plenty of options where he could come into the Catholic Church. Something about Historic St. Francis Xavier, however, set it apart.
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Sketching a new life at St. Vincent’s Villa

St. Vincent's Villa, a program of Catholic Charities, offers care, stability for children in crisis.
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Just another stretch of coincidences in Smalltimore

Managing Editor Paul McMullen is in a stretch of work that’s reminded him why his hometown is also described as “Smalltimore.”
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St. Clement basketball reunion honors late deacon who never stopped giving to Lansdowne

A basketball reunion for St. Clement I in Lansdowne will be held at a nearby gym, built by brothers who played for the late deacon who began the parish program in the mid-1960s.
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Calvert Hall, Loyola Blakefield men behind the logo add to community feel of 100th Turkey Bowl

The coaches and presidents from Calvert Hall College High School and Loyola Blakefield echoed the point: the Turkey Bowl is about more than football.
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