The partnership is part of Saint Agnes' vision for the former site of Cardinal Gibbons School, which the hospital purchased from the Archdiocese of Baltimore in 2012.
What does AOB stand for?
AOB stands for Archdiocese of Baltimore (Catholic Church)
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We have 49 other meanings of AOB in our Acronym Attic
- Angle Of Bank
- Angle Of Bearing
- Angle On the Bow
- Annals of Botany
- Announcer on Board (advertising)
- Annual Operating Budget
- Anterior Open Bite (dentistry)
- Any Other Business
- Appellant's Opening Brief
- Approved Operating Budget
- Array of Bytes (computer code)
- Art of Books (bookseller website)
- Art of Business
- Arts Off Broadway (San Diego, CA)
- As on Board (shipping)
- Assignment of Benefits
- Association of Brewers
- Association Ornithologique de Belgique (French: Ornithological Association of Belgium)
- Astronomical Observatory, Belgrade
- Asymptotic Optimal Boundary
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org/) statement released last weekend , the Archdiocese of Baltimore said Albaugh had been suspended from his position at the church, adding that he had never come under special investigation for potential illegal activity beyond the church's standard screening procedures.
The Archdiocese of Baltimore, the Sun says, is facing a total of $8 million in repairs to its 44 buildings.
Last September, the Archdiocese of Baltimore revealed that it has paid $4.
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Baltimore is moving ahead with a new plan to strengthen the Catholic identity of parochial schools, even as the church hierarchy presses for various forms of government aid.
Before the outreach program, the Archdiocese of Baltimore averaged about 18 inquiries a month and made 14 referrals to priests or lay counselors.
He has enlightened city and county governments, whole school systems, various state government departments, labor unions, several prestigious law firms, and the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
The organized revolt led by some of Maryland's most active religious institutions, including the Catholic Archdiocese of Baltimore, and Baptist, Methodist, Presbyterian and Jewish groups, is one of the most concerted efforts nationwide, said Stanley Carson-Thies, a senior fellow at the Center for Public Justice.