Many Maryland families are celebrating the true meaning of Christmas.
Across Maryland, people are celebrating the true meaning of the holidays by heading to church services.
Many attended Mass Sunday morning for Easter. Also, there’s a “Big Dog Show” Sunday.
When Maria-Teresa D’Orazio began volunteering at St. Joseph-on-Carrollton Manor Catholic Church about 22 years ago, she noticed that none of her fellow Latinos attended Mass there.
Pope Francis celebrated his installation Mass Tuesday morning at the Vatican. One hundred and fifty cardinals, world leaders and thousands of Catholics packed St. Peter’s Square for the ceremony.
As Catholics around the world continue to give thanks for the election of a new Holy Father, Baltimore parishioners joined in with a thanksgiving Mass for Pope Francis.
Christmas Eve for many people means getting together with loved ones for Mass.
Days away from the three-year anniversary of the arrest of a Maryland man accused of spying in Cuba, his wife and attorney called again for his release.
It’s one of the biggest community events of the year in Baltimore, and it happens this weekend in Little Italy.
A Gaithersburg priest is defending his decision to deny Communion to a woman at a funeral Mass because she is a lesbian. The priest has since been suspended.
Families all over Baltimore celebrated Christmas at churches across the city.
Besides shopping, many Maryland families are celebrating Christmas eve at church.