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Cardinal Keeler honors Basilica’s 100,000th visitor

As Rosalie Dohm of Woodbridge, Va. climbed the stairs to the nation’s first cathedral Aug. 2, she thought it was unusual that Cardinal William H. Keeler was personally greeting each of the visitors from her parish tour group. The 66-year-old parishioner of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Lakeridge, Va., then found herself in the spotlight when...
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Christmas in July

The Stella Maris Auxiliary’s Good Buy Shop will hold a “Christmas in July” sale July 19-20 from 11a.m. until 3 p.m. in the Family Center. Items for sale include Christmas decorations, stationary items and clothing.
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Pylesville Deacon Simpson dies at 78

A funeral Mass for Deacon John Simpson, who served his entire ministry at St. Mary, Pylesville, was offered July 2 at St. Mary. Deacon Simpson died June 25. He was 78. Deacon Simpson was ordained to the diaconate in 1986 and was assigned to St. Mary until he retired in 2005. He continued to serve...
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Catholic Charities to Dedicate Our Daily Bread Employment Center on May 24 to help People Escape Poverty

On May 24, 2007, at 8:45 a.m., Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Baltimore will dedicate Our Daily Bread Employment Center (“ODBEC”), the city’s comprehensive resource center designed to help people escape the impact of poverty on themselves and their families through employment and stable housing. The newly completed three-story, 52,000-square-foot building is located at...
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Spanish-language Bible course offered to Catholic inmates

MILWAUKEE – Dismas Ministry, a Milwaukee-based national outreach program for Catholic inmates, has begun distributing a Spanish-language Bible-study correspondence course for prisoners. The course is called “Dios con Nosotros” and is the Spanish version of “God With Us,” a Bible study course especially designed for prisoners.
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Cardinal Keeler to Visit AA County Catholic School for Catholic Schools Week

Cardinal William H. Keeler, Archbishop of Baltimore, will visit with students at School of the Incarnation, located at 2601 Symphony Lane in Gambrills (Anne Arundel County), on Wednesday, January 31 at 10:30 a.m. in honor of Catholic Schools Week. During his visit with students and faculty at the school, a group of sixth grade students...
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Greeting at the Inauguration of Father Linnane

On behalf of the Archdiocese of Baltimore, I offer the most cordial of welcomes to Father Brian Linnane, as he takes up the responsibilities of leadership at Loyola. Father Linnane’s inauguration as the 24th President of Loyola gives us an occasion to reflect on the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s ties to the Jesuit community: the nation’s...
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Catholic Schools Week is January 30-February 5

Cardinal William H. Keeler, Archbishop of Baltimore, and Dr. Ronald J. Valenti, Superintendent of Schools, announced today that all Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore will celebrate Catholic Schools Week 2005 by hosting special events for students, families and guests. This year’s nationwide theme of Catholic Schools Week is, “Faith in Every Student: Catholic...
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Strom Named Human Resources Director

The Archdiocese of Baltimore announced today that Mr. Leonard Strom, 58, of Cockeysville, has been named Director of Human Resources for the Archdiocese. Mr. Strom retired in March of this year from the Black and Decker Corporation, where he worked for 20 years, serving 18 years as the company’s senior vice-president of human resources. He...
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Permanent Deacons Convention

Welcome to the most historic place of worship in the United States! In 1806 the first bishop of the United States, John Carroll, laid the cornerstone for this first Cathedral in our land. The only master architect in the infant United States, Benjamin Henry Latrobe, was then working for President Thomas Jefferson in supervising the...
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Mother’s Day Mass

Our celebration of the Eucharist on this Mother’s Day in the Mother Church of the United States takes on its full meaning from the readings of the word of God just now proclaimed. We pray for and we give thanks to God for our mothers in the context woven by that powerful word. As we...
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Statement Regarding Father Robert Lentz

Father Robert Lentz has been placed on administrative leave and his faculties to function as a priest have been suspended, following recent allegations that he sexually abused minors during the mid to late 1960s. These allegations have been reported to the Baltimore County State’s Attorney’s Office. The preliminary investigation by the Archdiocese included interviews with...
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