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Events calendar suspended

Because of restrictions on gatherings during the coronavirus pandemic, there are currently no scheduled parish, school or other Catholic events in the Archdiocese of Baltimore. We will resume our regular online calendar when those restrictions are lifted.
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Online Masses in ASL for Deaf Community

The following Sunday Masses are available online in ASL: Sunday Masses Livestreamed in American Sign Language St. John’s Deaf Center, Detroit – Fr. Mike Depcik Sunday 11:30 a.m.  Facebook live  https://www.facebook.com/deafmass. Archdiocese of Ottawa, Canada – Fr. Matthew Hysell  Saturday, 7:30 p.m.  Facebook live  https://www.facebook.com/ICDACanadianSection/ Archdiocese of Boston – Fr. Shawn Carey Sunday, 9:15 a.m....
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Pastoral Resources

The following links will help parishes and individuals meet the pastoral needs of our community during this time of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Stay Connected

This page provides resources for staying connected with your parish and the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
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Catholic students, others advocate for programs benefiting nonpublic schools in Annapolis

Nearly 1,000 Maryland students and teachers, including many Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore, gathered in Annapolis to advocate for state programs benefiting nonpublic schools.
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Leap year’s extra day has a Catholic origin

Did you know the present system of calculating the leap years was designed around fixing the date of Easter?
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Small acts of love can mean the most

I often think that the small actions, the little kindnesses, are the ones that touch your heart in a special way.
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A live nativity offers a lesson in joy

Our fourth grader may have only had one brief job to do, but he embraced it wholeheartedly. He held the Star proudly and peered through the center of it with an enormous smile. His eyes, his smile, and his whole face were full of joy.
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Archdiocese, Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish Mourn Loss of Longtime Pastor, Father Michael Carrion, Who Died Saturday Unexpectedly at Age 68

Father Michael Carrion, longtime pastor of Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church in Towson, died unexpectedly Saturday at age 68.  Father Carrion, who led the parish for almost 20 years, died of an apparent heart attack. 
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When the Holy Spirit shows up for Sunday School and more (7 Quick Takes)

There are Sunday school teachers who prepare days ahead of time. Then you have me, who often spends Sunday morning flipping through the curriculum for the day while feeding people breakfast.
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