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Diocese of Wilmington Catholic Charities receives grant to support behavioral health...

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Wilmington received a $100,000 “BluePrints for the Community” grant from Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield Delaware. Catholic Charities...

Get on board for Maryland Catholic Advocacy Day Feb. 16 focusing...

Catholics who want their voices heard in Maryland have found their landing page. The Maryland Catholic Conference is making it easy for Catholics Feb. 16...

Diocese of Wilmington again found in compliance with plan to deal...

The Catholic Diocese of Wilmington has once again been found to be in compliance with the Charter for the Protection of Children and Young...

‘Stock the Pantry’ food drive helps Catholic Charities serve the needy...

Catholic Charities, Inc. of the Diocese of Wilmington again asks for all its communities to “Stock the Pantry” by contributing nonperishable food goods in...

USCCB Domestic Justice Chairman Archbishop Paul Coakley urges peaceful and civil...

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops WASHINGTON —Following the violence at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, and reports of an FBI bulletin warning of...

Bishop Malooly, Maryland bishops want MLK Day to stress ‘work for...

Maryland Catholic Conference As we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day today, we do so with heavy hearts, yet also with hope. The racism, strife, violence,...

A plea to fellow Catholics to lead the path to peace...

By Joe Towalski Central Minnesota Catholic About a month ago, I participated in an online conversation about civility and talked about the growing polarization plaguing our...

Maryland Catholic Conference set to work virtually with legislators amid pandemic

By Christopher Gunty Catholic Review The staff of the Maryland Catholic Conference will find it a little more difficult to work with legislators in Annapolis as...

Father Bruce Byrolly, 88: ‘Would want all to celebrate his life...

Father Bruce Charles Byrolly went home to the Lord on Christmas day 2020 in Cambridge Md. He was 88. He faithfully and compassionately served...

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