Mount St. Mary’s product: PIE scholarship ‘changed my life’

Alexis Watson is employed by the Mount as a program coordinator in alumni engagement, and already knows her way around development and marketing, having served as the face of its “Live Significantly” campaign during the previous school year, which put her on radio, TV and billboards. None of that would have happened, according to Watson,...
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Spirit of service begins early at Holy Angels

“Created for Good Works” is the theme for 2018-19, the year of service in the Archdiocese of Baltimore. That is an ethos that students at Catholic schools embrace long before they enter high school.
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No limits for No Boundaries, recognized by Pax Christi International, CCHD 

Kelly serves on the executive committee of St. Peter Claver/St. Pius V Parish, and is chief executive officer of No Boundaries, an 8-year-old nonprofit that has grown from an organizer of block parties into an advocate for education, health, recovery and safety, as well as accountability among police and public officials. 
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Poignant artwork on display at Faith Fest

Musical acts, a zipline, a dunk-a-seminarian booth and fireworks are among the attractions at the first Faith Fest, a Sept. 16 festival sponsored by the parishes of Harford County.
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Seven children, two outreaches begun for Knights Family of the Year

A little more than two decades after they met at an ice cream social on the second day of class at Franciscan University of Steubenville in Ohio, Ryan and Elizabeth Young head the Knights of Columbus International Family of the Year.
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Local flavor spices up Knights of Columbus convention in Baltimore

The opening Mass included 100 bishops and 200 priests, with approximately 2,200 Knights and their wives in attendance.
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Bringing it all back home to Baltimore, Father Whitt still teaching

Father Reginald Whitt, who converted to Catholicism as a student at what was then Loyola College, finally has an assignment in his hometown, in the “healing ministry” of the archdiocesan Tribunal.
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Baltimore and the Knights of Columbus

The Knights of Columbus will acknowledge an important part of their roots Aug. 7-9, when the world’s largest Catholic fraternal organization holds its 136th annual Supreme Convention in Baltimore.
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Havre de Grace parish reaches out to family of fallen firefighter

Flynn was the father of four-year-old twins, Connor and Teagan, who were baptized at St. Patrick in March 2014. The youngest of the Flynn children, Breccan, 3, was baptized by Father Picarella in June 2016.
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Cycle of life, interrupted, for bad and then good

It’s been three weeks since a man with a grudge and a rifle shot down the doorway to the Annapolis Capital and murdered five of its employees, among them two colleagues. Every one of those 21 days has been required to process the mysteries of life and what can only be described as survivor’s guilt.
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Prayers, then applause from mission to Haiti during return to Baltimore

The group’s originally scheduled flight home July 7 was canceled after sometimes-violent protests in Haiti.
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Unrest in Haiti delays return of youth mission to Baltimore Archdiocese

Nine youths and several adult chaperones who traveled on a mission trip sponsored by the archdiocesan Missions Office were delayed by protests.
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