Eastern Vicariate

Fullerton parishioners, students respond after officer’s murder

While police looked for those responsible for the death of a Baltimore County police officer, St. Joseph School in Fullerton kept students calm walk they were on lockdown.
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Faith keeps young parishioner strong in battle with brain cancer and Lyme disease

Despite brutal twin diagnoses of Lyme disease and brain cancer, 26-year-old Corey Dregier maintains a positive attitude and zest for life.
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Grad returns to St. Margaret to give thanks – and give back – to Casey Cares

Calvert Hall sophomore was a kindergartner at St. Margaret School when he was diagnosed with cancer, a travail made easier by the Casey Cares Foundation.
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Severna Park parish and school grow with new building

St. John the Evangelist Parish and School in Severna Park have grown with the opening of a shared 14,600-square-foot Parish Activities Center.
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Service learning at Notre Dame Prep aids refugees

“The social service program exists to connect students to the broader community surrounding NDP, specifically through the lens of transformation and justice,” said Steven Pomplon, director of the school’s social service program.
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Young adult’s vibrant faith makes an impact at Cockeysville parish

“I’ve heard that some young people here call her ‘Mama.’ This gives me great joy to have someone in our parish with such great impact on young adults,” Father Osorio said.
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St. Andrew by the Bay welcomes ‘Homeless Jesus’ statue for Christmas

A lightweight, resin replica of the statue, which was created by Canadian sculptor Timothy Schmalz, has traveled around the Archdiocese of Baltimore since February.
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Jack of all trades brings joy to OLV students

Jack Pundt's personal train set collection has become an Advent tradition at Our Lady of Victory School, putting students in the Christmas spirit.
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Retiring Monsignor Cramblitt sees ‘grace of God’

“When I look at how growth has happened in my life – emotionally, spiritually, personally – I step back in amazement and can’t help but the see the grace of God there.”
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Legacy of caring: Sisters of the Good Shepherd leaving Baltimore

Sister Mary Carol called it a privilege to serve some of the most vulnerable people in the Archdiocese of Baltimore. As much as the sisters extended mercy to them, Sister Mary Carol said, the girls showed mercy back.
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Aberdeen school showcases curriculum with STEM fair

Nearly 200 students at St. Joan of Arc School benefit from a STEM-focused learning environment.
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