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Of joy, and Father Jeff

Father Jeff Dauses recently gave the gift of life when he donated a kidney to a woman related to one of his parishioners at St. Andrew by the Bay in Annapolis.
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Baltimore-based CRS remembers four employees who died in Ethiopian Airlines crash

Archbishop William E. Lori offered a memorial Mass March 14 for the four employees of Catholic Relief Services who perished in the recent plane crash in Ethiopia.
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‘Home felt like church’ for future Baltimore priest

Pictures, both moving and still, figure prominently in the discernment of Deacon Matthew J. DeFusco.
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John Carroll School mourns loss of alum who raised awareness of Holocaust

The sudden loss of Andrew Klein came as students at his scholastic alma mater were receiving more lessons in empathy for and knowledge of others, thanks to his example and the foundation begun by his family
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NDP’s Gym Meet marks 90 years

Gym Meet traditions include Mary Bartel, chairwoman of the Physical Education/Health Department, serving as faculty moderator for nearly 30 years.
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Baldwin boosts father, St. Frances Academy, with game-winning 3-pointer over Goretti in BCL final 

Baldwin became the first repeat tournament MVP since 2014, when Phil Booth Jr. led Mount St. Joseph to its third straight title.
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Sister Kate Bell, R.S.M., who served as principal and pastoral associate, dies at age 84

Known as “Sister Kate,” the Sister of Mercy led Immaculate Heart of Mary School for 15 years and then served as pastoral associate in northeast Baltimore.
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St. Brigid in Canton closes, pastorate considers new uses for building

Declining numbers led to the closing of St. Brigid Church in Canton, which in 2017 became part of a pastorate in East Baltimore.
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St. Frances Academy ready to defend; Bishop takes Player of Year honors

Defending champion St. Frances Academy takes the No. 1 seed into the 48th annual Baltimore Catholic League tournament, thanks to a regular season sweep of St. Maria Goretti in Hagerstown.
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Good news abounds at 22nd annual Mother Lange awards

Sponsored by the Office of Black Catholic Ministries, the event honors not just contributors to parish life in the Archdiocese of Baltimore, but Mother Lange, who helped found the Oblate Sisters in 1829.
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Seniors go the distance to attend St. Maria Goretti in Hagerstown

Two senior athletes at St. Maria Goretti High School in Hagerstown exemplify the regional nature of the institution.
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