In gratitude for more than 45 years of combined exemplary and humble service to neighbors in need, Catholic Charities will recognize three exemplary area servants the week of November 8. Mary Anne O'Donnell will receive [...]
The economic downturn associated with the COVID-19 pandemic has been devastating for large parts of the U.S. housing market. This summer, one think tank estimated that more than 30 million renters in America could be [...]
To Eric Jackson, a stall in the newly renovated Cherry Hill Town Center is far more than a space to sell locally grown produce. The servant-director and co-founder of the Black Yield Institute envisions it [...]
Lydia Dibos remembers going to the Esperanza Center – then known as the Hispanic Apostolate – on occasional Saturday mornings as a teenager. Her mother, a pediatrician, had organized weekly clinics to serve children with [...]
When journalist and author Antero Pietila came to Baltimore from Finland 52 years ago, he encountered a city in turmoil one year after the infamous "race riots" of 1968. Crime was his first beat with [...]
Every day, at our 80 programs at 200 locations throughout Maryland, Catholic Charities of Baltimore serves children and families, immigrants, individuals with intellectual disabilities, people living in poverty and seniors.