News and Events

As we enter into the sacred Triduum - the three days of Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday - we stand at the brink of Jesus’ crucifixion with an invitation to share the Last Supper and then accompany him in his Passion before we can celebrate the joy of the Resurrection.

Earth Day is April 22. It is the day after Easter this year and thus serves as a poignant reminder that our care for the earth is an integral part of our faith. We have assembled a number of thoughtful reflections recognizing that the earth serves as the backdrop for all human activity, including all four AMSSND commitments. 
On this Earth Day, many of us – more than a billion people, globally – set aside a day to focus our attention and energies on our planet and its needs. We cannot fail to notice that our world is becoming increasingly defaced and volatile.
Before humans appeared on the Earth, the basic rate of extinction of species was one to five a year. The basic rate now stands at upwards of one thousand a year.
Feast of St. Kateri Tekakwitha
The Feast of St. Kateri Tekakwitha is celebrated in Canada on April 17. St. Kateri is the first Native American to be recognized as a saint by the Catholic Church.
Our latest Directional Statement calls us to “discern . . . which urgent and critical global concerns we are called to address and we dare to respond boldly in unsuspected ways.” Is water one of the urgent and critical global concerns?
AHA is one of only 20 schools out of a field of nearly 500 that was granted the privilege of using the Sustaining Excellence Protocol for reaccreditation.
I am a Caroline House preschool graduate. I am currently attending Fairfield University with a double major in Psychology and Spanish and a double minor in Health Studies and Latin American and Caribbean Studies.
Music was always important to Doris. While teaching at IND, she would get free opera tickets for her students so they could study the opera in class and then attend the performance. Sister Doris instilled a lifelong love of classical music and opera in her students.
Sister Hildie’s life and IND are forever intertwined. For over 60 years, Sister was the heart of IND. Hildie’s deep sense of service led her and Hildie’s Helpers, the IND student outreach program, to provide food and clothing to those in need.
NDMU Students
As part of MAP (SSND Mission Awareness Process) Notre Dame of Maryland University students, Allison, Johnitta, Bria, along with Sister Linda Stilling, traveled to Connecticut for a week of Service Learning at the Caroline House!
We have pared down Get WITH It to focus on a few important actions and issues each week. Take a look this week!
Several members of the Class of 2019 made their mark on Holy Angels’ history on April 10, 2019, when they became the Academy’s first inductees to the National Business Honor Society.
Pope Francis remind us that our faith impels us to care for the earth – to live in right relationship with all that exists.

On this 140th anniversary of the death of Blessed Theresa, we commit ourselves to "joyfully direct our entire lives toward that oneness for which Jesus Christ was sent" (Trust and Dare)

Four Sisters from the Daughters of our Lady of the Holy Rosary in Vietnam have come to live with the Sisters at Villa Assumpta in Baltimore.

Rose Mary was foremost a religious woman who became a teacher, writer, counselor and spiritual director.  Her qualities of honesty and openness endeared her to others. Rose Mary was a woman of wisdom and gentle humility.  She had a hunger for God and a deep sense of the spiritual.  
Donor Mass
Nearly 150 people attended the Baltimore Donor Appreciation Mass and reception on March 31. Father John McCloskey celebrated the Mass and many participated in the celebration.
Mary was an activist who spoke out for Catholic feminist theologians. She lobbied for full rights for women in the Church. She received the 1986 National Women’s Ordination Conference award as a prophetic figure who contributed to the enablement of women.
Tri-M Chapter 2150 Co-presidents Maria Guyre and Maya Sharma.

Several of the finest vocalists and instrumental musicians from the Academy of the Holy Angels are now members of Tri-M, the Modern Music Masters Honor Society.