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Since its inception in 1997, the Catholic Business Network of Prince George’s County (CBN-PG) seeks to help create a dynamic presence in the business community. CBN-PG is proud to support and help sustain the good works of our Catholic elementary schools, high schools and religious education programs through the County.

In addition to monthly networking breakfast meetings, annual fundraising events including the annual Awards Celebration & Gala and our popular CBN-PG Crab Feast and other networking opportunities and events, the Catholic community in Prince George’s County has indeed been made richer by the support, stewardship, service and generosity of the Catholic Business Network.

Board of Directors

  • Ann O'Hare
  • Father James Day
  • John Kincaid, Jr.
  • John McGuirk
  • Kathleen Brown
  • Renee Green

Our February meeting was cancelled due to inclement weather.
We are rescheduling Judge Gossart for a future discussion on Immigration issues.
*** Stay Tuned! ***

February 20, 2015 – Immigration Law and Our Communities
Catholic Business Network – Prince George’s County
Monthly Networking Breakfast Meeting
February 20, 2015

This month’s topic is
Immigration Law and Our Communities.
Our speaker is Judge John F. Gossart, Jr.
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Catholic Business Network – Prince George’s County
Monthly Networking Breakfast Meeting
January 16, 2015

This month’s topic is the

Maryland Education Credit.

Our speakers are
Dr. Mary Ellen Hrutka, Executive Director of the
Mid-Atlantic Catholic Schools Consortium
Garrett O’Day, J.D., an Associate Director for
the Maryland Catholic Conference.

Come learn how you can support the advocates and business community to
help pass the Maryland Education Credit this year.


Christmas programFriday, December 19, 2014, 7:30-9:00 a.m.

Join us for the annual School grab-bag of monetary prizes.
First-come, first-pick from the grab-bag.


Join us for our annual crab feast!

Sunday, October 5, 2014
Knights of Columbus
9450 Cherry Hill Rd.
College Park, MD 20740


Tony LaubachIt is with great sadness that we inform our CBN-PG friends of the loss of our 2014 Hometown Hero, Tony Laubach. He battled pancreatic cancer with such courage and strength and touched the lives of so many in the process. We will miss Tony very much. Please keep his wife, Maggie, as well as his Father, children, siblings and extended family in your thoughts and prayers. To a life well lived and to a man much loved … Rest In Peace, Tony.


The Viewing will be Sunday, June 29, 5-8 p.m. at St. John the Evangelist, 10103 Georgia Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902. The funeral Mass will be Monday, June 30, 10:00 a.m. at St. John the Evangelist. Interment Private. Memorial contributions may be made to

CBN-PG (in support of Catholic education), PO Box 615, Lanham, MD 20703


Miriam’s Kitchen (Food for the homeless)


Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, One Intrepid Square, W 46th Street & 12th Avenue, New York, NY 10036, Attn: Contributions






View the full gallery of images from the 16th Annual CBN Gala here.


Join us for our 16th Annual CBN-PG Awards Celebration on Tuesday, May 6, 2014 at the Greenbelt Marriott. The Gala begins at 6:00PM. CBN-PG proudly honors Anthony P. Laubach as our 2014 Hometown Hero.

Our Sponsors are as follows:

2014-Gala-Sponsors-BHMS 2014-Gala-Sponsors-Dematha

Our grant this month went to St. Vincent Pallotti High School. Jeff Palumbo, the principal, Nina Gass, and Kris Weaver were on hand to receive the $1,500 grant. Sister Kathleen Lunsmann, IHM was our guest speark this month. She is the President of SOAR! Support Our Aging Religous. Sister Kathleen informed us that for every Sister under the age of 70, there are four over the age of 70.


View all of the photos taken by Tucker Browns Digital Services at

Darcy Tomko, the Principal of Mount Calvary, was on hand to receive this months $1,500 grant. We also awarded two special grants to two deserving students. Morenike Oyebade from Pallotti and Jasmine Grimes from McNamara each received a grant of $1,250 toward their tuition.

Morenike Oyebade(left) and her mother along with the Principal of St. Vincent Pallotti High School, Jeff Palumbo.

Jasmine Grimes

Jasmine Grimes (right), her mother and Reginald Brady the Principal of Bishop McNamara High School and L’oreal Edmondson Director of Institutional Advancement.