Do you know the date of your baptism?

I experienced my first sacrament April 10, 1955, at St. Rose of Lima in Brooklyn. Father T. Austin Murphy did the honors, seven years before he became an auxiliary bishop for the diocese.
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Archdiocese ‘for’ Baltimore highlighted at Center Stage event

If Ray Kelly can turn things around, so can Baltimore City. That was among the takeaways Jan. 15 at Center Stage, when the Archdiocese of Baltimore and Catholic Charities of Baltimore were host to a “Faith in Baltimore” program.
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Sibling revelry

Paul McMullen remembers a 2019 that celebrated his siblings.
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Counsel the Doubtful: Across archdiocese, parishioners give to crisis pregnancy centers

“One of the most loving decisions you can make is to carry a child and then let someone else adopt it,” O’Connell said. “There can be a stigma attached to adoption. Abortion is easier to hide, it’s more appealing. That’s what we’re up against.”
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Twenty in 2020: Enjoy these family events in the coming year

The Feast of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph falls on the Sunday between Christmas and New Year’s. In following their model as a Christian family, here are 20 ways to share faith and fellowship over the coming year in the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
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Christmas-themed dinner at Baltimore’s Franciscan Center includes help from school presidents

The north Baltimore outreach wants to expand its network of volunteers to include more Catholic high schools.
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Father John Bauer, C.SS.R, served as chaplain to soldiers in Vietnam, Orioles

The priest, a son of Highlandtown, died Dec. 20 at age 92 after a fulfilling ministry that included serving the rural poor, soldiers in battle and professional athletes.
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Christmas past resonates for oldest pastor

This year will mark Monsignor Burke's 40th Christmas at St. Francis of Assisi in Baltimore. He’ll celebrate the 5 p.m. Mass on Christmas Eve, and the 11:30 a.m. Mass on Christmas Day.
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NCYC continues to inspire young Abingdon parishioner

Two weeks after returning from the National Catholic Youth Conference, Isabel Sans remains moved by the spirit she encountered in Indianapolis, and not just from 20,000 like-minded pilgrims.
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Immigrants find help making way in classroom, society

Two millennia after Mary and Joseph crossed a border and encountered closed doors, agencies and parishes across the Archdiocese of Baltimore heed the Gospel call to welcome the stranger.
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Advent: Parishes, schools prepare the way

Here are some steps Catholics can take to embrace Advent and prepare for the coming of the Lord.
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Calvert Hall rolls to 33-10 victory over Loyola Blakefield in 100th Turkey Bowl 

Calvert Hall rose to the occasion of the 100th Turkey Bowl Nov. 28 at sold-out Johnny Unitas Stadium, where the Cardinals rode the big plays of senior Cole Herbert and a ground game led by classmate Sean Tucker to a 33-10 rout of Loyola Blakefield. 
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