Ukrainian-Americans rely on faith as the invasion continues

Baltimore- The St. Michael Ukrainian Catholic Church is holding daily services to support the Ukrainian people and say they have received an outpour of love from the American community.

Maryland synagogues receive grant funds for security

Just in time for the Jewish high holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, religious institutions across Maryland recently received grants toward security improvements, and a majority of the recipients are synagogues.

Gallery: 2018 March for Life in Washington
This slideshow requires JavaScript. WASHINGTON – The March for Life 2018 occurred on the National Mall on Jan. 19. Speakers included President Donald Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan, both via satellite. Julia Lerner is a journalist in the Capital…
Religions intersect at annual conference to fight domestic violence

The 5th Annual Maryland Interfaith Domestic Violence Conference brought together clergy, law enforcement, and community advocates to learn how to stop domestic violence from a place in the church.

Pope’s visit Sparks Maryland Congregations to Push for Climate Legislation

More than 80 congregations throughout the state are standing behind a multi-faith effort to spread climate change awareness and improve Maryland environmental policy.

One Group Fights for Rights at Pope’s Parade

“100 Women, 100 Miles” fights for immigration reform during the Pope’s parade on the National Mall in Washington.

Cathedral Restoration: Phase One is Complete

The Cathedral was severely damaged by the 5.8 magnitude earthquake that shook the Washington metropolitan area in August of 2011.

Mormon Population Increases in Maryland Thanks to Missionary System and Recruiting

Maryland’s Mormon population is growing thanks to a sophisticated missionary program, a patient recruiting approach and optimistic members who are part of an immense community.

Mormons and Their History

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has more than 10,000 missionaries in 179 countries engaged in humanitarian work.

Pope Francis Brings New Hope to Catholic Faithful

Maryland Catholics appear energized by new pope, despite a loss in numbers over the last decade.