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Baltimore Prayer Walk

The evening will begin in Ignatian Hall with light food and beverage. As the meal begins at 5:30, please bring your food or drink contribution by 5:15 pm. At 6:30 pm we will walk and ask the prayers of Our Lady at marked locations for those who died in 2024,

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4th Week of Lent

One familiar sign waved by spectators at sports events in hopes that television cameras will transmit their message is: “John 3:16.” A favorite of many Christians, this verse states: “God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him may not perish

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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

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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

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The Calling of Simon and Andrew

By John Petty Mark 1:14-20: “Now after John was arrested, Jesus came to Galilee, proclaiming the good news of God,  15 and saying, ‘The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God has come near; repent, and believe in the good news.’ 16 As Jesus passed along the Sea of Galilee, he saw Simon

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This Week’s Poor Box Collection: The Work of Fr. Mark Ebosele

Father Mark Okojie Ebosele returned to St. Ignatius Church in August for his 17th summer of ministry with us. Our parish supported Father Mark during his eight years of seminary training. In 2006 Father Watters flew to Nigeria to attend Father Mark’s Ordination to the Priesthood and to invite him to

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The Twelfth Week in Ordinary Time

Dear Friends in Christ, This June, let us advocate for migrants at our southern border who face mortal danger. Many Latinos have varied but valid reasons to come to our door: death squads in their home countries, gangs that had been extorting money from them, misguided leaders who ruined economies

The Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time

The Rule of Law and Humility. It’s a shame whenever people break the law and gloat about it. Since moving to Baltimore, on a number of occasions I have nearly lost my life to reckless drivers who decided it’s within their right to drive over 100 miles an hour on an

The Twelfth Week in Ordinary Time

Dear Friends in Christ, This June, let us advocate for migrants at our southern border who face mortal danger. Many Latinos have varied but valid reasons to come to our door: death squads in their home countries, gangs that had been extorting money from them, misguided leaders who ruined economies

The Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time

The Rule of Law and Humility. It’s a shame whenever people break the law and gloat about it. Since moving to Baltimore, on a number of occasions I have nearly lost my life to reckless drivers who decided it’s within their right to drive over 100 miles an hour on an

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