A blessing for Baltimore Patriarch's visit: Bartholomew I, spiritual leader of 300 million Orthodox Christians, will lead prayers with Cardinal Keeler.
Mother Teresa's love for poor is recalled Vatican official, archbishop praise her devotion
From popular acclaim to a papal decision Sainthood: The highly detailed process for identifying new saints normally takes decades, but in Mother Teresa's case, many expect it will not need to be too long.
139 archdiocesan youths head for Paris meeting World Youth Day trip to include Vatican stop
Pope arrives in native Poland talking about weather, NATO Pontiff wants his country included in European role
Pope sees 'new hope' Pontiff ends visit to Lebanon, calls for sovereignty, freedom; 'Open new page in history'; Christians, Muslims urged to reconcile, occupiers to leave
Thousands greet pope in Lebanon John Paul II urges Christians, Muslims to put aside hostility; Young urged to lead way; Pontiff signs document calling for removal of Syrian, Israeli troops
A message of coexistence in pope's visit to Lebanon Its war-weary people to be offered as model for the Middle East
Pope calls for reconciliation, tolerance in Sarajevo address Healing mission had been delayed by war; he also met with presidents
Priest's recovery raises issues of faith and fact Healing: Roman Catholic authorities are carefully investigating the case of a Baltimore priest who says a nun who died in 1938 helped cure his heart problem.
The priest and evolution
Vatican says pope will meet Castro on Tuesday Cuban leader criticizes U.S. in food summit talk
Il papa, el comandante to meet Summit: Pope John Paul II and Cuban President Fidel Castro are scheduled to meet in the twilight of their reigns, after sparring from a distance for nearly 20 years.
Reconciling science and faith Pope acknowledges evolution: Move may have repercussions in U.S. disputes.
Seats of power, chairs to cherish Keepsakes: A monsignor receives a prized gift: armchairs used by Pope John Paul II and Vice President Al Gore during their Baltimore meeting.
Vatican officials privately say pope has Parkinson's Confirmation of ailment 'could be coming shortly'
Is it 'sunset' for a papacy? John Paul II may be ill, but he has made remarkable comebacks
Fans find nowhere to run to daylight Trying to find parking in daytime means jams
Pope's behavior prompts questions about his health Formerly vigorous pontiff seems sometimes weak, withdrawn and passive
Pope's plan to visit France stirs protest Resentment focuses on papal authority, Vatican policies
Pope names Baltimore native to head council on lay people
When in Italy, don't let wallet roam
Pope skips remarks on opposition to Nazis 70,000 Germans attend John Paul's outdoor Mass
Seeking old time religion? Turn to the Web
Tridentine Mass to be celebrated in New York City Latin form was replaced a quarter-century ago
His voice rises above rest Director: Nathan Carter has directed Morgan State's choir to international acclaim and now is reaching the ears -- and pockets -- of a broader local following.
Central America's religious landscape Papal visit: Challenges from Protestant groups, divisions on liberation theology.
1995: OVER AND OUT But first, a few remembrances of the year that brought us the Trial of the Century, a girl at the Citadel and the ubiquitous Colin Powell
Pope leaves a legacy of souvenir sales Two months after the pontiff's visit, the public is buying
Papal memorabilia to make a comeback Souvenirs available at discount prices
U.S. must send troops, Clinton says President presents case for enforcing peace deal in Bosnia; 'Limited, focused' mission; Without deployment, renewed, wider war could erupt, he warns
A connection to the transcendent
Bound to his books Ties that bind: Baltimore man , who crafted a book for the pope, practices the ancient art of binding.
Ordination of women as Catholic deacons gains support of U.S. canon law group History and theology allow move, society says
A memory to last 'forever' Eldersburg family took gifts to Pope John Paul II
Union Bridge family still feeling uplifted by 'spiritual Olympics' of John Paul's visit
Youths' views on religion
'We must not be afraid of man' A shocking optimism: The pope challenges today's gloomy, deterministic view of life.
Revival efforts blessed by pontiff Cardinal thanks volunteer workers
Pope brought a message, but did we really get it?
Urban Mass Choir mesmerizes crowd Papal performance still talked about
Mayor fears cost overruns but stresses value of visit Concert crowd control, overtime for clearing of parade route boost tally THE POPE IN BALTIMORE
Activists stage small protests, but no parade THE POPE IN BALTIMORE
Pope closes visit on theme of unity Audience at cathedral hears pontiff repeat call for religious harmony THE POPE IN BALTIMORE
Celebration of Mass turns strangers into friends Crowd of 50,000 faithful moved by solemn service, pontiff's presence THE POPE IN BALTIMORE
Tidy crowd makes for quick, easy cleanup job Camden Yards converted back to sports stadium; crews sweep city streets THE POPE IN BALTIMORE
Lunch and love at a soup kitchen No hand is unshaken; no child goes unkissed THE POPE IN BALTIMORE
Pope reaches out to Baltimore 50,000 worshipers greet the pontiff with cheers and alleluias
Pope's faith was steeled by tyranny Pontiff's Polish roots key to understanding devout conservatism
Merchants lament: Visitors came, saw pope, went home Tourist dollars went to hotels, while other businesses waited in -- vain THE POPE IN BALTIMORE