An identification card designed to help undocumented immigrants and other vulnerable people will soon be issued by Baltimore's Catholic archdiocese.Read More »
Choosing between public and private education for your child can be one of the hardest decisions a parent has to make. But for Dr. Donna Hargens, the new superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Archdiocese of Baltimore, it’s an investment ...Read More »
Archbishop William Lori is pledging to cooperate in an investigation and review of the Catholic Church’s handling of sexual abuse allegations. The letter is the first recognition by the church that such an investigation was being discussed or underway. Lori ...Read More »
The Archdiocese of Baltimore is still declining to make documents public related to the late priest at the center of “The Keepers” Netflix documentary. The Baltimore Sun reports the archdiocese has responded to the organizer of a petition, saying it took ...Read More »
Lawyers for a Catholic high school girl say they’ve reached a tentative settlement with the Archdiocese of Baltimore in a civil lawsuit alleging she was preyed upon by a lesbian soccer coach. Attorney Al Scanlan told The Associated Press in ...Read More »
State approves I-95 plaza deal The Board of Public Works voted 2-1 Wednesday, with Comptroller Peter Franchot dissenting, to approve a disputed contract with Areas USA to renovate the Maryland House and the Chesapeake House on Interstate 95 to make them ...
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Nearly two years to the date that the Archdiocese of Baltimore announced the closing of Cardinal Gibbons School, executives at St. Agnes Hospital announced they had purchased the site to develop a mixed-use service project in Catonsville. Hospital officials had ...Read More »