A Baltimore landmark, Women’s Industrial Exchange, will live on with Marian House

Marian House will hold virtual meetings with its new Mount Vernon neighbors to generate ideas on how to use the historic building.
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Baltimore parishioners overjoyed as they keep a pastor and gain a bishop

Come August, he’ll have gained the title “His Excellency,” but for the parishioners of Sacred Heart of Jesus-Sagrado Corazón de Jesús in Highalndtown and its mission church of St. Patrick in Fells Point, he’ll remain and always be “Padre Bruce.”
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Highlandtown pastor urges more COVID-19 testing sites in hard-hit Latino and African American communities

Bishop-designate Bruce Lewandowski, C.Ss.R., appealed to Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Jr. June 10 to increase free COVID-19 testing in Baltimore to expand beyond his parish of Sacred Heart of Jesus/Sagrado Corazón de Jesús in Highlandtown.
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Baltimore faith leaders call for peace and unity

Baltimore Archbishop William E. Lori joined faith leaders from across the city June 3 to pray for peace and healing after more than a week of nationwide protests and unrest in response to the death of George Floyd at the hands of four Minneapolis police officers.
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For the brothers Bolger, the priesthood is a family affair

Father Justin Bolger – who grew up in Baltimore’s St. William of York Parish and later St. Peter the Apostle Parish in Libertytown – was ordained May 23, along with five others.
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Ugandan ordained a Josephite priest at the West Baltimore parish he served as deacon

The 32-year-old native of Uganda was ordained a Josephite priest May 23 at St. Peter Claver in West Baltimore.
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Annapolis pastor’s treasured chalice and paten resurface after going missing for five years

For a priest, a chalice and paten can have the same symbolic value as a wedding ring to a married person, said Father James Proffitt.
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Alumnae mourn the loss of Institute of Notre Dame, the ‘hidden gem of Baltimore’

IND alumnae said their time at IND led to lifelong friendships and incredible bonds of sisterhood.
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Immaculate Heart music series to celebrate 10th anniversary with online concert

The coronavirus may have cut the season short for the Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary’s annual concert program, but the pandemic won’t stop parishioners from celebrating the 10th anniversary of the beloved Towson music series this Mother’s Day.
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For seminarians, campus may be closed but the work continues at local parishes

Since mid-March, the 51 men studying to become priests for the Archdiocese of Baltimore have left their classrooms and been placed in parishes across the region.
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Hundreds of prayers pour into the archdiocese, offering a window into the pandemic

As the coronavirus pandemic paralyzed the country and filled hospitals with patients, hundreds of people in the Archdiocese of Baltimore have asked Archbishop William E. Lori to pray for them through a new prayer request page launched March 25 on the archdiocesan website.
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Jesuit Father Francis Moan, former Loyola Blakefield headmaster, dies at 93

Jesuit Father Francis X. Moan, a Baltimore native who eventually became a headmaster at his alma mater, Loyola Blakefield, and later tirelessly worked to improve the lives of refugees in America, died April 17 from complications of COVID-19, his family said. He was 93.
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