Parish Articles

Many Thanks for a Wonderful Forum!

On Tuesday November 16th, the Justice and Peace Committe held a community forum to help better inform voters for the upcoming Maryland Gubernatorial election. The church hosted 4 of the canditates for a successful discussion. Official Press Release OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE: Monday, November 1, 2021 CONTACT: Candra Healy | St.

Read More »

Easter Flower Contributions

Parishioner assistance in the form of donations is needed for our annual Easter Flower Fund. This drive allows St. Ignatius to decorate the sanctuary properly for such a great occasion. Flower orders are placed at the end of March. Donations are accepted until March 17. Would you like to donate

Read More »

“The True Temple” (John 2:13-25)

by Jacob Gerber If we imagined that Jesus would gently ramp into his public ministry with something non-confrontational to please the crowds and (hopefully) to start to win the favor of the authorities, we will be disappointed by the course of action Jesus takes. With the zeal of a Son

Read More »

Second Sunday of Lent

People utilize Lent for all sorts of mixed motives. Lent may be the season to jump start New Year’s Resolutions. It may be that time of year to reignite prayer, to revitalize relationships, to lose weight, to avoid chocolate, give up whiskey, end the salty language, and get away from

Read More »

A Final ‘Eureka!’ – Mark 9:2-9

by  Jo Anne Taylor It was no big deal for the guys to go on a hike. Mountain climbing was something they did together quite often. Sometimes their Teacher would take the whole class, sometimes just a few would go. They wouldn’t be gone long – an afternoon, maybe they’d

Read More »

First Sunday of Lent

Pope Francis published his Lenten message this year 2024. He insists on our need to counter a “globalization of indifference.” He writes our Lenten journey will be concrete if… we realize that, even today, we remain under the rule of Pharoah, who is the ruler of whatever makes us weary

Read More »

Stations of the Cross Sign Up Form

We look forward to a very rich time over this Lenten season – particularly as we pray the “Stations of the Cross” followed by “Got Soup?” where we share fellowship with a simple dinner of soup, salad, and bread, and refreshments.   Last year, we usually hosted 40 participants. We need

Read More »

Focus Group/Conversations regarding our Live-streaming Mass

For those who participate in the 10am Mass livestream from St. Ignatius Church in Baltimore, Mr. Scott Masteller, a consultant, is keen to connect with you. Your feedback is invaluable in enhancing the Mass experience each week. Please fill in the information below and Scott will be in touch with

Read More »

6th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Jesus Compassionately Curses the Leper ( Mark 1:40-45) The healing is effortless. The healing is perfect. It is instantly effective. And his desire to touch this defiled outcast shows, again, his yearning for a close relationship with sinners. At the end of this sermon, I’m going to seek to show

Read More »

Second Sunday of Lent

People utilize Lent for all sorts of mixed motives. Lent may be the season to jump start New Year’s Resolutions. It may be that time of year to reignite prayer, to revitalize relationships, to lose weight, to avoid chocolate, give up whiskey, end the salty language, and get away from

First Sunday of Lent

Pope Francis published his Lenten message this year 2024. He insists on our need to counter a “globalization of indifference.” He writes our Lenten journey will be concrete if… we realize that, even today, we remain under the rule of Pharoah, who is the ruler of whatever makes us weary

Second Sunday of Lent

People utilize Lent for all sorts of mixed motives. Lent may be the season to jump start New Year’s Resolutions. It may be that time of year to reignite prayer, to revitalize relationships, to lose weight, to avoid chocolate, give up whiskey, end the salty language, and get away from

First Sunday of Lent

Pope Francis published his Lenten message this year 2024. He insists on our need to counter a “globalization of indifference.” He writes our Lenten journey will be concrete if… we realize that, even today, we remain under the rule of Pharoah, who is the ruler of whatever makes us weary

Become a Parishioner

As a Jesuit parish, we believe we are called to explore, discover, respect, protect, and enhance whatever is humane and graced in every person, and in every culture.