Class of 2020 known for adapting to ever-changing landscape

As most graduates will attest, the Class of 2020 will be known for its adaptability during a coronavirus pandemic.
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IND alumnae have plenty of memories to cherish

From freshmen being paired with a “big sister” in the junior class to “The Big Game,” the Institute of Notre Dame established dozens of traditions during its 173 years as a Baltimore landmark.
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Kirk Gaddy, black Catholic educator and father figure to many, dies suddenly at 55

A lifelong parishioner of Historic St. Francis Xavier in Baltimore and major influence in the education of black youths from pre-K to college, Gaddy was in his second stint on the staff at St. Frances Academy, where he had been in the class of 1983. 
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In challenging time, priests lean on their own loss as they bury the dead

Sensitive pastoral care from priests in the Archdiocese of Baltimore, coupled with the support of funeral homes and cemeteries, has comforted many families during the coronavirus pandemic
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Oblates see Providence at work in building of Mother Mary Lange Catholic School

“Every time I go by it,” Sister Rita Michelle said of the construction site, “I proclaim, ‘God is good.’ It’s a miracle, another way God has provided to us.
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Archbishop Lori offers invocation at ‘Protest with a Purpose’

The archbishop prayed for the Holy Spirit to consume racism and the conditions that led to the deaths of Floyd, Gray, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and others around the nation.
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IND students attempt to move on

They’re mourning the loss of a beloved institution, and searching for a new place to study and work – all while practicing remote learning because of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Feast of Pentecost marks return of public worship in Baltimore Archdiocese

Churches in Baltimore, Carroll, Frederick, Harford and Washington counties opened liturgies to the public, albeit at one-third capacity, per Archdiocese of Baltimore guidelines.
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Mount de Sales Academy readies performing arts center

The arts center is part of the capital campaign’s Phase III. It will cost approximately $10 million.
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Response grows to those out of work, on front lines during crisis

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken lives and strained healthcare workers. It has shuttered businesses, putting more in a hand-to-mouth existence and further burdening food banks and soup kitchens. Fortunately, many are doing something to stem those needs.
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Coronavirus closes Catholic schools in Baltimore Archdiocese for remainder of  school year

The Archdiocese of Baltimore announced May 6 that all Catholic schools in the archdiocese will remain closed for the rest of the 2019-20 school year, in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
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