Pope Makes It Easier For Married Couples To Get AnnulmentAnother big change for the Catholic Church. Weeks before Pope Francis embarks on his historic American tour, he's addressing the way annulments are handled by the church.
Christmas Starts At Church For Many Md. FamiliesThousands of Maryland families celebrate the true meaning of Christmas.
800 Baltimore Students Tune In As Friar Alessandro’s Voice Fills The BasilicaHundreds of Baltimore students tuned into some very old music, based on a very old story.
Pope Names Baltimore Archdiocese's Rozanski New Springfield, Mass. BishopThe Roman Catholic Diocese of Springfield in Massachusetts is getting a new bishop.
Md. Parishioners Get Their 'Ashes On The Go' While Marking Start Of LentIt's Ash Wednesday--the day that marks the beginning of Lent. Many take time to go to church on this day, but for others, getting their ashes means just a trip around the block.
Reason For The Season: Marylanders Celebrate True Meaning Of ChristmasMany Maryland families are celebrating the true meaning of Christmas.
Educators Protest $1M Koch Gift To Catholic UniversitySome Catholic educators are protesting Catholic University of America's recent acceptance of a $1 million donation from the Charles Koch Foundation, which is affiliated with the libertarian Koch brothers.
Loyola Beats Catholic In Second Half, 87-75Dylon Cormier scored 23 points and Franz Rassman added 10 of his 14 in the second half as Loyola (Md.) pulled away from Division III Catholic in the final 20 minutes for an 87-75 win Wednesday night.
Special Olympics Joins Catholic Charity For New ProgramSpecial Olympics International is launching a new program with Baltimore-based Catholic Relief Services to help serve people living with disabilities in developing countries.
3 Local Catholic Schools Awarded National Blue Ribbon HonorsThree Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore received the National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence Award on Tuesday.
New Statements By Pope Francis Encourage Catholics In BaltimorePope Francis shakes up the Catholic Church in a blunt new interview seen all over the world. The pope urges his followers to stop obsessing over same-sex marriage, abortion and contraception.
Archdiocese Of Washington Welcomes 6 New PriestsThe Catholic Church has six new priests who will serve in the Washington area.