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2018 Annual Catholic Appeal goal to support programs

For The Dialog Bishop Malooly notes generosity of those who have supported ministries in past years Bishop Malooly has set a goal of $4,681,500 for the...

Pancake dinners rooted in history as Lenten season begins

The Dialog Youth at St. Francis de Sales Parish prepared for Lent with a pancake flipping contest while hosting a pancake dinner on the eve...

Fasting traditions observed in non-Catholic religions

The Dialog Fasting from food is one thing, but in Austria people once fasted from entertainment during Lent, according to Father Michael Witczak. “In past times,...

Big ‘Night to Shine’ comes to tiny Kent Island

Dialog reporter CHESTER, Md. – Paige Bailey is very excited for a special prom next Friday, Feb. 9, more so than she was when she...

Annual Catholic Appeal tops $5 million for first time in diocese...

Collections for the 2017 Annual Catholic Appeal topped $5-million for the first time in history for the annual campaign that helps fund ministries and...

Lower tuition coming at St. Thomas More Academy

MAGNOLIA – Tuition at St. Thomas More Academy has been slashed as much as 32 percent for the 2018-19 school year as a new,...

Traditions associated with Epiphany vary based on location

For The Dialog Father Stanislao Esposito didn’t anxiously await Christmas morning to see what Santa had left him while growing up in Italy. Instead, he...

Ocean City priest displays over 600 Christmas figurines

For The Dialog OCEAN CITY, Md. – Parishioners at St. Luke Church received an early Christmas gift last weekend: Father Paul Jennings’ massive Nativity display...

Salisbury children learn about Advent from St. Nick

For The Dialog   SALISBURY, Md. — St. Nicholas helped religious education students at St. Francis de Sales Parish learn about Advent while providing them an...

Called to faith at Catholic youth gathering

For The Dialog Young people discover how church ‘relates to your life’ at national conference Ania Zdunek seems like someone who would recognize God’s presence about...

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