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Thurmont parishioners provide ‘joyful witness’ at Colorfest

On the second full weekend in October, the town of Thurmont transforms to welcome autumn visitors. The 55th annual Catoctin Colorfest, one of the largest outdoor craft shows in the East, drew an estimated 100,000 Oct. 13-14.
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St. Bernardine parishioner offers comfort with meals

As a child, Jo Ann Thomas watched her grandmother cook for the retired Josephite priests and brothers in residence at St. Joseph’s Manor in Roland Park. Those memories of growing up around the Josephites (her mother served them as a nurse) surround Thomas when she cooks with commercial-sized pots and pans in the kitchen of...
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Maryvale joins other Catholic schools in honoring victims of gun violence

Silently and reverently, students from Maryvale Preparatory School pressed red flags into the ground outside their school as the names of victims of last month's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Fla., were read during a March 14 prayer service.
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Frederick County youth leads through service, faith

Knowing Christ personally and striving to do the things that bring him closer to Christ while also drawing others into a deeper relationship with Jesus.
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Religious men and women a ‘firm foundation’ for Baltimore Archdiocese

Archbishop Lori said that the local church cannot thrive without men and women in consecrated life, whose impact is felt throughout the archdiocese. They were celebrated and honored on the World Day for Consecrated Life March 3.
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Social Ministry Convocation promotes justice and mercy

The four-word theme of the 39th annual Social Ministry Convocation summarized the mission of its attendees: Justice and Mercy: Now!
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High-schoolers focus on the Eucharist at seminarian-led Mount 2000 retreat

Mount St. Mary’s was packed this weekend with more than 1,300 high school students attending Mount 2000, a retreat focused on the Eucharist and led by the university’s seminarians.
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Mount St. Mary’s students participate in Hunger Dinner

Students at Mount St. Mary's University in Emmitsburg learned first-hand about hunger and social justice.
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Ellerslie Avenue building has been a center of ministry for 100 years

Exactly 100 years to the day when Cardinal James Gibbons dedicated St. Elizabeth Home as an orphanage for African-American children in Baltimore, former orphans were among those returning to the building Sept. 17 for a special Mass celebrating a century of diverse ministry at the site.
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Former U.S. ambassador to Holy See addresses locals at Red Mass

For Mary Ann Glendon, the Learned Hand Professor of Law at Harvard University and former U.S. ambassador to the Holy See, receiving an award named for St. Thomas More was more than solely an honor.
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Names & Numbers: Schools embrace environment; ‘Men in Black’ winners on basketball court

The latest installment of Names and Numbers features schools embracing to the environment, honors for a Baltimore hospital leader, musicians from a local high school and more.
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