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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Amen: Men of Letters

Reading Archbishop Lori’s pastoral letter on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's principles of nonviolence prompted Paul McMullen to consider his actions – and inaction – on issues of race and discrimination.
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Coach, sixth man provide local Catholic connections to UMBC’s historic basketball team 

UMBC's history-making appearance in the NCAA men's basketball tournament included a sixth man from Archbishop Spalding High School and a coach who's an Annapolis parishioner.
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The Archdiocese of Baltimore, pro sports and the Sabbath

The era of “blue laws” restricted most business operations on Sunday. In the city, that meant Major League Baseball and National Football League games could not start before 2:05 p.m.
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Archbishop Lori offers Mass for Baltimore City police at St. Casimir

Mayor Catherine Pugh and Darryl De Sousa, the new city police commissioner, attended the Blue Mass with Archbishop Lori.
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St. Frances Academy takes record-setting eighth BCL title, 52-50, over Mount St. Joseph

A 52-50 victory over Mount St. Joseph March 4 gave the Panthers their record-setting eighth BCL tournament championship, one more than the Gaels and Calvert Hall.
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St. Frances Academy builds improbable athletic powerhouse

St. Frances Academy in Baltimore is exploring new territory in interscholastic athletics, as its boys’ basketball team hopes to follow football and girls’ basketball and finish atop area rankings.
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‘Father Mac’ taught history, served as athletic chaplain at Loyola University Maryland

Jesuit Father Francis G. McManamin, who taught history at Loyola University Maryland but was more visible serving as a chaplain to the Greyhounds’ athletic teams, died Feb. 24.
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Archbishop Lori returns to Morgan State for Black History Month celebration

Archbishop William E. Lori returned to the campus of Morgan State University in Baltimore for a special ecumenical service during Black History Month.
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