Black Baptist Church Shaped Rep. Elijah Cummings' CommitmentTo many black clergy, Maryland Rep. Elijah E. Cummings was more than a formidable orator, civil rights champion and passionate public servant, he was also one of them — in practice, if not profession.
120-Year-Old Greek Orthodox Icon Travels 5K Miles From Greece To Baltimore In US TourThe icon will remain at St. Demetrios through the weekend.
Baltimore-Based Catholic Order Releases Names Of Members Accused Of AbuseThe list released Friday by the Xaverian Brothers includes two current members "with a credible or established offense."
U.S. Catholic Bishops Convening Tuesday To Confront Sex-Abuse CrisisOn the agenda are proposals to increase the accountability of bishops in their response to sex abuse cases, and to create an independent, third-party entity that would review allegations of abuse.
Maryland Christians Reflect On Easter Sunday's MeaningChristians around the world celebrated Easter this Sunday, and in Baltimore, the message of rebirth and renewal was heard from the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen.
Supreme Court Seems Inclined To Retain Cross On Public LandThe Supreme Court is diving into a debate about the place of religious symbols in public life in a case about a cross-shaped war memorial in Maryland.
High Court's Cross Case Could Affect Monuments NationallyA 40-foot-tall, concrete cross on public land in a Maryland suburb of Washington is at the center of a case before the Supreme Court. But similar monuments elsewhere in the country could be affected by the high court ruling, states have told the justices.
High Court Deciding Fate Of Cross-Shaped Maryland MemorialSteven C. Lowe says he has always thought that a 40-foot-tall (12-meter-tall) concrete cross that stands on a large, grassy highway median near his home was odd.
Towson Church Says A Sign Showing Support For LGBTQ+ Community Was Vandalized MondayA church in Towson will rally against hate on Sunday after they claim their yard sign promoting love was vandalized with messages of hate earlier this week.
Federal Lawsuit Asks For Order To Name Predator Priests NationwideThe lawsuit was filed in Minnesota on Tuesday, coinciding with the annual bishops meeting that's currently gathering in Harbor East.
Man Claims Restaurant Asked Him To Leave For Wearing CrossAn Indiana man and his pastor are claiming that a local restaurant profiled them and threatened to throw the man out for wearing a cross in public.
Evangelical Campus Ministry Group Asks Pro-Gay Staff To Quit One of the largest evangelical college ministries in the U.S. has asked any staff members who support same-sex relationships to quit, a move critics call a purge and supporters laud as an affirmation of true Christianity.
Priceless Greek Icon Helps Raise Funds For SeminaryThe bankrupt Greek economy has led to the arrival in Baltimore of two nuns and a priceless icon.
Americans Losing Faith, But Local Church Seems To Be ExceptionAmericans are losing faith. A Pew survey reveals the number of Christians has been dropping dramatically over the past decade.
U.S. Supreme Exempts Businesses From Contraception MandateA divided Supreme Court ruled Monday that some companies with religious objections can avoid the contraceptives requirement in President Obama's health care overhaul, the first time the high court has declared that businesses can hold religious views under federal law.