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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Catholic Community of South Baltimore merges into one parish

Three churches in South Baltimore have formalized a union that has been more than four decades in the making.
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Graduation profile: Mount Carmel graduate speaks volumes – and not just in English

Some teens waste time on video games. Not Andrew Martini, who has used them to further his interest in foreign culture and language.
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Retired from the Navy, Deacon William Keown is excited about new role as priest

Transitional Deacon William Keown never anticipated having a second career, let alone one as a priest of the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
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On another Father’s Day, Archbishop Lori’s blessings include both his parents

Among his many blessings, Archbishop William E Lori counts his parents, Margaret and Francis, 98 and 97, respectively.
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Solitude and solace

After open-heart surgery, Paul McMullen’s gratitude is keener than ever.
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Ellicott City hit by second flash flood in less than two years

Several Catholic institutions were affected by the devastating floods that slammed Howard County and other areas May 27.
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NDP lacrosse tops McDonogh, 10-8, in historic streak-ending A Conference final

The 21 seniors on the lacrosse roster of Notre Dame Preparatory School were third-graders and on other campuses on April 11, 2009, the last time McDonogh School had lost a game in the sport.
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Protect children, each and every one

Those who turn a blind eye to the children  who are victims of human trafficking; young refugees from Afghanistan or Syria; or the young ones among us who do not have ample food, clothing, shelter and education, contribute to their neglect.
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Legacy: MLK continues to inspire in Baltimore Archdiocese

April 4 marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., whose principles of nonviolence in the pursuit of civil rights inspired Archbishop William E. Lori’s most recent pastoral letter.
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HUD secretary Ben Carson tours Sarah’s House, a Catholic Charities shelter

Ben Carson, the secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), on March 23 visited Sarah’s House, a Catholic Charities of Baltimore shelter for families dealing with homelessness.
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