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One Love Foundation Workshops

The One Love Foundation was founded in memory of University of Virginia student  Yeardly Love, who was the fatal victim of relationship abuse in 2010. The work of the Foundation is to spread the conversation about relationship abuse, which is reaching epidemic proportions especially among young people. Through educational workshops,...

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Morning Prayer For Those Who Have Died

On Tuesday, November 13th, the Curley community was present in the Suehle Auditorium for a Morning Prayer remembering the deceased of our families.  During the past week, faculty advisors collected from their advisees the names of  deceased members of their families.  Today, after a reading from the Book of Revelation,...

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Spirit Week and Homecoming

Homecoming Spirit Week! Monday, October 15th will officially kick off our 2018 Spirit Week. Each day will have a themed dress down day in celebration of the week. All students are encouraged and invited to participate in the events of the week.      Tuesday is Toga Tuesday.  Click HERE to learn how...

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Students “Encounter the Gospel of Life”

A Reflection by Patrick McDonald '20 For photos, click HERE to go to Curley's Facebook page.      From July 9th to July 13th, over 40 Curley students including myself went to a service campcalled Encounter the Gospel of Life. This is an event held at the University of Maryland, College...

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Senior Assembly and Barbeque

CLASS OF 2018 SENIOR ASSEMBLY AND BARBEQUE On this last day of classes before their exams, the seniors gathered in the Suehle Auditorium for their final assembly. After directives for the upcoming 2 weeks were presented by Mr. Kohler, a series of recognitions and awards were presented. Mr. Baldwin introduced...

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Senior Class Presents Live Stations of the Cross

The Stations (or Way) of the Cross is a Lenten devotion that has been promoted by the Franciscan Friars since the Middle Ages. At Curley, it has been a tradition for the Senior Class to present a Live Stations of the Cross to the student body during Holy Week.  This...

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Curley Community Celebrates Ash Wednesday

"Repent and Believe the Good News." February 14th is for Christians the beginning of Lent, which is marked by the reception of ashes on the forehead to proclaim that we are sinners in need of God's grace. Bishop Denis Madden, Urban Vicar for the Archdiocese of Baltimore, was the principal...

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Catholic Schools Week: Morning Prayer with the Cardinal Shehan School Choir

On Thursday of Catholic Schools Week, the Curley community assembled for Morning Prayer in the Suehle Auditorium. This Morning Prayer, however, was a little different. The Cardinal Shehan School Choir joined us to celebrate Catholic Schools Week and they started by singing "Rise Up," a song they performed on "Good...

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Senior Service Week

Archbishop Curley High School’s requirement for service is based on the example of St. Francis of Assisi who understood the need to integrate religious belief with everyday living. For St. Francis, serving the poor was nothing less than honoring God in the presence of another person. The MISSION 4 SERVICE...

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Homecoming and Spirit Week

HOMECOMING IS OCTOBER 21ST.    Varsity Soccer takes on Gilman at 11 AM in the Bowl.    Varsity Football takes on Pallotti at 2 PM in the Bowl.           Athletic Hall of Fame Induction at Halftime.    Student Homecoming Dance from 8-11 PM.           Online sale of tickets will stop...

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Curley Mixer

Date: September 29th Time: 8pm-11pm Location: Archbishop Curley Gym SOLD OUT! NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR  

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Freshman Retreat Begins for the Class of 2021

  It's mid-August and the Freshman Retreat for the Class of 2021 has begun.  Fr. Matt Foley, Curley's campus minister, has organized a team of FYM members to facilitate the retreat. The theme this year is "Brotherhood, It Starts With You." This experience is designed to give  the freshmen an opportunity to meet...

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Holy Hour at Curley

The Curley Chapel was full on Wednesday evening with students, parents, grandparents, friars,faculty – one student even brought his girlfriend. This was the last Holy Hour of the year. Over one hundred people were praying, singing and meditating for an hour before the Blessed Sacrament. The monthly Holy Hour, from...

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Bishop Parker Celebrates Ash Wednesday at Curley

     Newly-ordained Bishop Adam Parker, Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Baltimore, celebrated the beginning of Lent with the students, faculty and staff of Archbishop Curley High School. He presided and preached at the Mass. After his homily, he challenged those present to decide today what spiritual practice to do...

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Model United Nations

By Luke Tollen ‘19 For more photos, click HERE to go to the Curley Facebook page.  As we would say according to parliamentary procedure at Model United Nations, “Motion to write about my experience with the Model UN club. This motion passes!”      The Model UN delegation of thirteen Friars...

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The Curley Chronicle Available Online and Outside the SDR

Curley's Student Newspaper. Click Here to read Volume 56 Number 6 of The Curley Chronicle

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Homecoming Dance—October 15th

Part of the Curley Homecoming Celebration is the Dance from 8 - 11 PM in the Gym.  Tickets can be purchased starting October 5th from Mrs. Cogswell in Room 104 and are $25 per couple.. This is not a mixer; Curley students have to bring a date. Part of the process is...

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Students Return!

They’re Back!!! Students returned to the Curley Auditorium for orientation on Monday (Freshmen and Sophomores) and Tuesday (Juniors and Seniors.) The morning began with prayer led by Fr. Donald.  After a reading from the Old Testament book of Ecclesiastes (“There is a time to be born…”) Fr. Donald encouraged the...

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Curley Men “Encounter the Gospel of Life” in July 2016

The "Encounter The Gospel of Life" service camp is not your typical service camp. It focused on “Direct-Relational” ministry opportunities, where the participant actually work with & get to know the people served. We believe that we will be served by the individuals that we came to serve, as we...

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Juan Reyes ‘17 Testifies in Annapolis

     Archbishop Curley junior Juan Reyes testified before the Senate Budget and Taxation Committee in the Senate Office Complex in Annapolis regarding Senate Bill 706, the Maryland Education Credit. Juan was accompanied by Mr. Malanowski and junior Isaiah Clark who observed the workings of the committee hearing.      The students...

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