Some Churches Hold In-Person Christmas Eve Services, With Precautions, Amid COVID-19 SurgeHampden United Methodist Church held its second Christmas Eve service Friday night. This is one of many churches whose doors were closed for the holidays last year, but now because of safety protocols like masks and vaccinations, they feel like they now can come together as a church community.
Washington Temple of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints To Hold Public Open House, Rededication In 2022For the first time in 45 years, the Washington D.C. Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will allow non-members to attend an open house.
Archbishop Lori Wishes Pope Francis Well Following Colon SurgeryArchbishop William E. Lori said Tuesday he and the Archdiocese of Baltimore extend well wishes to Pope Francis, who had planned surgery Sunday to remove one side of his intestine to treat colon diverticulitis.
Johns Hopkins & Baltimore Officials Partner To Help Religious Institutions Safely ReopenJohns Hopkins Medicine and Baltimore officials have been working together to help churches, mosques, temples and other religious institutions to reopen safely as the city emerges from the pandemic.
Baltimore Basilica Celebrates 200 YearsAmerica's first cathedral is celebrating its 200th anniversary Monday.
Meet Rev. Pamela Conrad, Who Brings Worlds Of Science, Religion Together At Glen Burnie ChurchAt St. Alban's Episcopal Church in Glen Burnie, two worlds collide.
Johns Hopkins To Help Baltimore's Houses Of Worship Reopen SafelyDoctors from Johns Hopkins will help Baltimore's houses of worship learn how to reopen safely.
'A Year Of Promise': Baltimore Religious Leaders Share Message Of Faith, Hope Looking Ahead To 20212020 was filled with difficulties worldwide. Tasked with counseling millions through them were religious leaders.
Churches Try To Keep Traditions Alive While Keeping Parishioners Safe This ChristmasChristmas mass looks a little different this year as church leaders are trying to keep parishioners safe while keeping traditions alive.
Pope Francis Appoints America's First Black Cardinal, DC Archbishop Wilton GregoryArchbishop Gregory is one of 13 to be elevated to the rank at a surprise consistory, or ceremony.
Baltimore County Health Officials Call On Faith-Based Institutions To Help Curb COVID-19 SpreadBaltimore County Health Officials issued a health notice Monday to faith-based institutions, calling for their help to curb the spread of COVID-19 and the flu season.
Mount Hebron Memorial Welcomes Worshippers As Outdoor Services Begin In BaltimoreChurches and other houses of worship are now allowed to hold outdoor services with up to 50 people in the city limits of Baltimore.
'Anxious To Get Back': Maryland Churches Cautiously Reopen Amid Coronavirus PandemicMaryland churches are cautiously reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Local Religious Leaders Stress Importance Of Public Health, Safety Ahead Of ReopeningLocal religious leaders are trying to figure out how to safely reopen churches, synagogues and mosques, while still working to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Baltimore's Catholic Churches May Reopen At The End Of The Month, But Only At A Third Of Their CapacitiesCatholic churches in Baltimore may reopen for mass at the end of the month, but only at the third of the seating capacity.