Grateful, for a relatively uneventful Holy Week, and my primary caregiver

Two years after quadruple bypass heart surgery, appreciation for caregivers grows, but still begins in the home.
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Amid coronavirus, ‘grab and go’ becomes the norm for Baltimore’s Catholic soup kitchens

Across the Archdiocese of Baltimore and throughout the United States, families and individuals rush to grocery stores to stock their pantries and refrigerators in response to the possibility that the coronavirus could have people stuck in their homes for the coming weeks, if not months. Food uncertainty, meanwhile, was already a constant consideration for those...
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Emmitsburg parish work – and spiritual – home for 40 years

St. Joseph Church in Emmitsburg wasn’t just Dennis Ebaugh’s employer of 40 years. It also became his faith home.
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Path to Catholic faith winds from India through Western Maryland to Cockeysville

Manivannan was among 121 catechumens and 234 candidates participating in the Rite of Election and Call to Continuing Conversion at the cathedral, where Archbishop William E. Lori presided. They represented more than half of the total who will be fully initiated or come into full communion with the church at the Easter Vigil,
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One last time, Baldwin lifts St. Frances Academy to BCL title, 81-65, over Mount St. Joe 

It was the Panthers’ third straight title and 10th overall, as another rough-and-tumble renewal of the area’s best rivalry brought the largest crowd of the winter to Loyola University Maryland’s Reitz Arena. 
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Mom with her hands happily full among Mother Lange honorees

The 23rd annual Mother Mary Lange, O.S.P., awards banquet was held at Martin’s West Feb. 14. Sponsored by the Office of Black Catholic Ministries in the Archdiocese of Baltimore, the event is a local staple of Black History Month.
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Parishes, medical teams and individuals keep giving to Haiti

The patience of Job is required of the poor of Haiti – and those attempting to alleviate their suffering.
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They both passed the test

Meet John and Melissa D’Adamo, the first couple we profile in our new "It's about love" series.
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Monsignor Aiken, who oversaw transformation of Glyndon parish, dies at 75

Monsignor Lloyd E. Aiken, who spent most of his priesthood at Sacred Heart in Glyndon, the parish of his youth, died at Stella Maris Hospice Feb. 5, a year to the day after informing the people he served that he had been diagnosed with stomach cancer.
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Catholic high schools continue to be more affordable than most private schools

The 19 Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore continue to be more affordable than all but a handful of their private peers, as evidenced by the Catholic Review’s annual survey of cost of attendance among other nonpublic high schools in the archdiocese.
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