- Oct 23, 2020
The pioneering women who fought for the right to vote are being hailed by the bishops of Maryland.
The lives and spirituality of the Redemptorists were woven into the ordination Mass of Baltimore’s new auxiliary, Bishop Bruce A. Lewandowski.
Thirteen years after naming a new residence hall at Loyola University Maryland in honor of the Catholic author Flannery O’Connor, Jesuit Father Brian Linnane, the university’s president, removed the writer’s name from the building.
Weeks after protesters toppled a statue of Christopher Columbus and threw it into Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, members of the city’s Italian American community are developing a plan to reproduce the marble monument so it can be displayed in a more secure location.
When a wind storm toppled a cross atop a historic Baltimore Catholic church April 13, the damage was upsetting, but feeling quickly turned to a deep sense of gratitude when repairs uncovered something long forgotten.