News & Notes


Catholics in Annapolis

February 22, 6-8pm @ Senate Building
Join fellow Catholics to share food and drink with Maryland's Catholic bishops, other Catholic leaders and constituents from throughout the state. This year we are please to host a performance by the Cardinal Shehan Catholic School Choir from Baltimore City, and to highlight the culinary arts of B.E.S.T. Catering, a workforce development training program sponsored by the Lighthouse Shelter in Annapolis. We hope to see you there - all are welcome! Info chris@mdcatholic.org. 


2017 CCSB ANNUAL REPORT & APPEAL

You should have received the 2017 Annual report & Appeal in the mail. Other than two fundraisers during the year, this is the our only other annual appeal for gifts. Please consider a new gift using envelopes, EFT or online giving, or take the next step and increase your current offertory to assist with our operations. If you do not recieve the mailing, you might not be a registered parishioner! Please complete and return the census card found in the back of the church or here, so we can notify you of events and assist you.


Talking about End-of-Life

Talking about end-of-life issues are often avoided until immediately confronting us. Often we are unprepared for the questions that arise, and find ourselves making difficult decisions in the midst of a crisis, without the benefit of time and reflection. Review the pastoral letter, Comfort and Consolation on care for the sick and dying, so that when illness and death inevitably come, we can face them with the comfort and peace of understanding our faith. Visit the Maryland Catholic Conference to download or order copies. 


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The Archbishop's Annual Appeal

Every year the Archbishop's annual appeal works to improve parish life, reach out to support the community and strengthen families.  With your help, the Archdiocese is able to reach more people in more areas of need as a result of your collective generosity in the Catholic Community.  The Catholic Community of South Baltimore also benefits directly from 25% of the contributions coming back to the parish for its outreach community programs.