A call to resign. The Episcopal Diocese of Maryland has asked Bishop Heather Cook to step down from her position. Cook faces a slew of charges following the hit and run crash that killed cyclist and Baltimore man Tom Palermo.
Final farewell. Avid cyclist and father 41-year-old Thomas Palermo is laid to rest one week after he was struck and killed by a car while riding his bike along Roland Avenue.
There’s new information about the driver behind the wheel of an accident that killed a cyclist in north Baltimore. She’s a high-ranking member of the Episcopal Church—who once pleaded guilty in a DUI case.
An Episcopal bishop is identified as the driver in a fatal bike crash.
One of Baltimore’s very own holds a unique honor of being the oldest African-American church below the Mason-Dixon Line.
The Episcopal Diocese of Maryland says it’s suspending worship services at the state’s oldest Episcopal parish.
In this day and age, it seems all of us have used the phrase “multitasking,” but few can appreciate the challenges of this skill as well as Vicar Theresa Brion.
A Maryland Episcopal parish will be the first in the United States to join the Roman Catholic Church under a streamlined conversion plan created by the Vatican.