We Are Still Collecting Food and Toiletries Through This Weekend.

groceriesJust a reminder – In light of the depletion of grocery items at the Catholic Worker House (CWH) due to the violence experienced in Baltimore, we are continuing our collection to help restock their supplies. We are inviting all our parishioners to consider bringing the traditional bags of groceries we gather for CWH at Christmas, Easter, late summer and Thanksgiving. CLICK HERE for list or what to bring and instructions. Please bring them to a weekend Mass and deposit them in Ignatian Hall.


If you are further interested, the Archdiocese Office of Communications has stated that items for the Baltimore Rec Centers are being collected by the Mayor’s Office. Nonperishable food, toiletries, and supplies for recreation centers, such as coloring books, crayons, games, and puzzles are needed in Baltimore’s neighborhoods.  Items may be dropped off Monday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at 2424 McElderry Street, Baltimore, 21205.  Contact Amy Hartman in the Mayor’s office at 301-789-5981 for more information.

Upcoming Events


Ignatian Spirituality Project (ISP) Men’s Retreat – Saturday, May 9 and Sunday May 10

Our ISP ministry offers overnight retreats and days of recollection for men and women who are in transition from homelessness and addiction. During the retreats the participants … Read More...


Iñigo Book Group – Tuesday, May 12

The Inigo Book Group will meet on Tuesday, May 12 in Ignatian Hall to discuss "Americanah" by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. The meeting begins with social time at 6:30 PM is followed … Read More...

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Justice & Peace Committee – Thursday, May 14

One of our goals is to deepen our understanding of the principles of Catholic social teaching and then, through word and action, to help integrate these principles more fully into … Read More...

Movie Night

St. Ignatius Movie Night – “Our Town” – Friday, May 15

Two tables encircled by a few chairs. A pair of church pews. Two ladders. On a nearly bare stage, playwright Thornton Wilder beckons theatergoers into an exploration of our … Read More...


Special Mass for Grandparents – Sunday, May 31

Our parish demographics show that St. Ignatius has become an ever younger community. That is a fact that should not only be mentioned, but celebrated! To that end, we are asking … Read More...

Reeves Gallery

In the Reeves Gallery

Our new exhibit in the Reeves Gallery is Stations of the Cross, Watercolors by Gus Muller.  Gus Muller, a young 91 years of age, is the father of parishioner Bridget Sampson.  In … Read More...


Support Groups

St. Ignatius hosts the following support groups that use our facilities each week: All meetings are held in Magner Hall - 801 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, MD 21202 Fridays - … Read More...