Hispanic Ministry

Catholic leaders disappointed by ruling limiting immigrant aid

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, Catholic Charities USA and the Catholic Legal Immigration Network, known as CLINIC, expressed disappointment with the Supreme Court's Jan. 27 order allowing the Trump administration to go forward with a new rule meant to limit immigrants' use of government benefit programs.
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Un amor sin fronteras es visto en la Misa Guadalupana en Glen Burnie

Alexandra Meza compartió una sabiduría que parece va más allá de sus 9 años. La ocasión fue la celebración de la Virgen de Guadalupe de la Arquidiócesis de Baltimore el 14 de diciembre en la Escuela Católica Monseñor Slade, un sitio frecuente de congregación para la Parroquia de Cristo Rey. Meza estaba allí con su...
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‘A love with no borders’ seen at Guadalupe Mass in Glen Burnie

Each year the archdiocese attempts to celebrate Mass at a new location near the actual Dec. 12 feast day to recognize the long tradition of devotion to Our Lady of Guadalupe, particularly with Catholics of Central and South American heritage.
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Immigrants find help making way in classroom, society

Two millennia after Mary and Joseph crossed a border and encountered closed doors, agencies and parishes across the Archdiocese of Baltimore heed the Gospel call to welcome the stranger.
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Catholics lead rosary on way to DACA rally outside Supreme Court

As the U.S. Supreme Court justices prepared to hear oral arguments in a case on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program the morning of Nov. 12, Catholics met at Columbus Circle in Washington to pray the rosary for the intention of all DACA recipients, their families and all immigrants in the United States.
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Nombramiento de Miembros del Consejo Pastoral Arquidiocesano

Arzobispo Lori nombró recientemente a 13 nuevos miembros para el Consejo Pastoral Arquidiocesano.
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Consejo Pastoral Arquidiocesano

Escribo con muy buenas noticias que los nombramientos de 13 miembros para el recién creado Consejo Pastoral Arquidiocesano (APC, por sus siglas en inglés) han sido confirmados. Quiero agradecer a todos aquellos que hicieron el esfuerzo de informar a toda sus comunidades sobre el proceso de reclutamiento y a alentar a los feligreses a postularse,...
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Newark’s Cardinal Tobin joins Catholics protesting immigration detention

Cardinal Joseph W. Tobin of Newark, New Jersey, blessed and then prayed near a group of Catholics who blocked a crosswalk, arranging themselves in the shape of a cross in front of Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Newark Sept. 4, to protest the detention of children and families in immigration facilities.
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Baltimore despide al Obispo Brennan

Aproximadamente 300 personas, en su mayoría inmigrantes hispanos, expresaron su amor y gratitud por el ministerio del obispo auxiliar de Baltimore Mark E. Brennan durante una misa bilingüe de despedida el 11 de agosto en la Iglesia Sacred Heart of Jesus-Sagrado Corazón de Jesús en Highlandtown.
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Baltimore bids farewell to Bishop Brennan

Approximately 300 people, mostly Hispanic immigrants, expressed their love and gratitude for the ministry of Baltimore Auxiliary Bishop Mark E. Brennan during an Aug. 11 farewell Mass at Sacred Heart of Jesus-Sagrado Corazón de Jesús in Highlandtown.
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Plea to ‘walk with them’ resonates at refugee-themed Highlandtown Stations of the Cross

The pastor of Sacred Heart of Jesus-Sagrado Corazón de Jesús led the public display of support for migrants and refugees.
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Bishop Brennan named to lead Wheeling-Charleston diocese

Pope Francis named Bishop Mark E. Brennan as bishop of the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston, which encompasses the state of West Virginia. The July 23 announcement was publicized in Washington, D.C., by Archbishop Christophe Pierre, apostolic nuncio to the United States. He will become the ninth bishop of the diocese, which had been the Diocese of...
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