Coronavirus In Maryland: Churches Begin Planning To Reopen For Small Ceremonies, Private PrayerAs Maryland looks ahead to reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Archdiocese of Baltimore and the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland have released plans to phase back in worship safely.
Victim's Family Speaks Out After Ex-Bishop Seeks Early Release: 'Please Stand By Original Sentencing'The former bishop, Heather Cook, is asking a judge to alter her sentence, less than four years after killing the man while he was riding his bike on Roland Ave.
Ex-Bishop Who Killed Cyclist Could Be Released Next MonthThe former Episcopal Bishop serving a seven-year sentence in a deadly drunk driving hit-and-run could be released as early as next month.
Trial Date Set For Bishop Charged In Cyclist's DeathBishop Heather Cook, the woman accused of killing a Baltimore cyclist, appeared in court Thursday morning for her arraignment.
Reverend Charged In Fatal Hit-and-Run Banned Indefinitely From ChurchThe Episcopal Diocese held a meeting to talk about Cook--following a hit-and-run crash that killed Baltimore cyclist Tom Palermo
Bishop Cook's 2010 DUI Arrest Was A 'Wake Up Call'We’re learning more about Episcopal Bishop Heather Cook and her struggles with alcohol. For the first time we're hearing audio in the courtroom from Cook's DUI in 2010.
Md. Episcopal Bishop Speaks Out About Fatal Hit-and-RunThe Episcopal Diocese of Maryland's top bishop says the church is filled with anger, bitterness and pain after a fatal hit-and-run crash involving the diocese's No. 2 leader.
Maryland Clergy Members Urge Voters To Support Same-Sex MarriageA group of religious leaders urges voters to vote yes on Question 6. But opponents move forward with ammunition against it.
Church Offers To Provide Funeral For Man Accused Of Killing 2 Ellicott City WomenAn amazing story of forgiveness. As loved ones bury one of two women murdered inside a church last week, several congregations offer to provide a funeral for the man accused in the killings.
Episcopal Leaders Forgive Md. Church Shooter The Episcopal Diocese of Maryland is offering forgiveness and a funeral service for a homeless man who killed himself after fatally shooting a priest and church secretary last week.
Maryland Woman Serves As Episcopal VicarIn 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.