- Jul 7, 2020
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.
Doris Hollis, a resident of Caritas House Assisted Living, celebrated her 94th birthday March 27. Her family brought a cake and a homemade banner for the special occasion, but there were no hugs.
When Msgr. Richard Woy sees Dr. Robert Redfield, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, on television these days flanked by medical experts issuing the latest guidance on the novel coronavirus he doesn’t just see one of the top health officials in the U.S., he sees one of the faithful.
St. Michael the Archangel Church in Baltimore’s Upper Fells Point neighborhood is being granted a new life as a brewpub.
A missal that inspired St. Francis in 1208 is expected to inspire thousands of others as the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore places it on public display for the first time in 40 years Feb. 1 through May 31.