In recognition of his dedication, support and commitment to excellence in Catholic education, Lawrence Callahan, president of Our Lady of Mount Carmel School in Essex, was awarded the 2020 “Lead, Learn, Proclaim” award from the National Catholic Educational Association.
The Franciscan Center in Baltimore has more than tripled the number of people it feeds during the coronavirus pandemic and expects those numbers to keep climbing as more people experiencing poverty or homelessness struggle with access to food.
Pastoral musicians and liturgical music publishers have jumped in to help struggling church musicians through “As Music Heals,” an emergency assistance fund.
Even though Our Daily Bread Employment Center’s flow of donated casseroles has dwindled over the last few months and it had to suspend the use of volunteers, the Catholic Charities-run outreach has kept up with a substantial increase in demand for meals during the coronavirus pandemic.
Little approaches the affection shared by the couple known as Ben and Pat – unless it’s their affinity for St. Joseph Parish in Fullerton.
Visits to the sick are taking new forms in the age of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Archdiocese of Baltimore is home to many beautiful Stations of the Cross that tell the story of Christ’s Passion in compelling ways.
“It’s a sincere prayer saying that you believe that Jesus is present in the holy sacrament,” Father Poston explained, “and you desire to receive him and love him. But since you can’t, you invite Jesus to come into your heart and soul and be with you.”