Sister Mary Montgomery, former co-superintendent of Baltimore Archdiocese schools, dies at 82

Sister Mary Montgomery, who broke new ground as co-superintendent of Catholic schools for the Archdiocese of Baltimore, died Oct. 29 in Wisconsin.
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St. Bernardine Parish mourns Deacon Harcum, longtime servant

Deacon Phillip Harcum Jr., whose service to St. Bernardine Church in West Baltimore was so deep that its parish hall came to bear his name, died Oct. 26 at age 93.
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D’Alesandro remembered for dignity to those ‘on the margins’

“The teachings of Jesus set your foundation,” Father Watters said. “As you especially championed African-Americans in this city, (the Gospel) resonated in your heart. … You modeled respect for all people, and dignity for those on the margins.”
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Monsignor Aiken accompanied by many on his ‘journey’ with cancer

Nine months into his fight with stage 4 cancer, the 74-year-old priest of the Archdiocese of Baltimore can see he is not alone.
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Parishioners make Harford Region’s Faithfest go

“The generosity of the people who put this on is remarkable,” Father Foppiano said. “They all have lives to live. They’re doing this on the side, and for some, with the effort they put in, it could be a full-time job. So often we focus on our own territory, and it’s nice to come together.”
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NDP well on its way in $10 million campaign for Innovation Wing, endowment

Notre Dame Preparatory School broke ground on a new Innovation Wing in June 2018, when it had barely scratched the surface on a $10 million capital campaign that would pay for the latest transformation of the school.
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Road from Damascus: From Syria to Baltimore, physicians find, share compassion

What do School Sisters of Notre Dame, a poverty-stricken West Baltimorean and a Towson resident with heart disease have in common?
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Outreach honors Josephite’s commitment to Sandtown-Winchester

On the second Saturday of the month, the people of St. Peter Claver Parish, under the direction of Greer Dorsey, provide a meal and fellowship for between 150 and 200 people in need, under the banner of Harper’s Helpers.
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Lessons in empathy

Everything I need to know, I learned at home and St. Rose of Lima School.
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St. Maria Goretti dedicates new, higher and drier academic campus

The dedication of a new academic campus for St. Maria Goretti Catholic High School Sept. 3 included a stroll down memory lane, albeit a sometimes soggy one.
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Fifty years after first making mark at Curley, Hoffman eyes finish line

Gene Hoffman will make his 46th full school year at Archbishop Curley High School in Baltimore his last.
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