It’s where the nation’s capital gathers to mourn, to pray and to seek comfort during tragedies. Now the Washington National Cathedral needs help weathering its own financial emergency.
Six months ago Thursday, “Did you feel it?” was the most-asked question in Maryland. Like much of the East Coast, the state was rattled by the biggest earthquake in memory.
The old Episcopal chapel on East Main Street in New Market will become the Hill Chapel, an acoustic music venue, featuring acts from around the U.S., beginning this week. It will also serve as a space for weddings, vow-renewals, baptisms and other small receptions.
President Barack Obama declared Friday he’s found a solution to a birth control uproar that will protect religious liberty but also ensure that women have access to free contraception, as he rushed to defuse an election-year issue that threatened to overtake his administration.
Families all over Baltimore celebrated Christmas at churches across the city.
A Seventh-day Adventist congregation in Maryland is pleased with a federal judge’s ruling that may help to break a stalemate over a proposed construction project.
Authorities have charged an Ellicott City man with burglarizing a church and preschool and are investigating his involvement in other break-ins.
A privately owned signboard at Maple Homestead in Frederick shares a Christian message to passers-by and stands despite intolerance.
Engineers are removing parts of a pinnacle at the top of the Washington National Cathedral that were damaged by the August earthquake.
A pastor whose church won millions in a religious discrimination lawsuit against Maryland’s Prince George’s County says officials are trying to limit the size of the church’s new building.
Maryland State Police say a body in a rural area of Somerset County is that of a woman reported missing more than a week ago.
The magnitude 5.8 earthquake did cause some damage in Maryland.