Marvel’s “Daredevil” weighs questions of faith and violence
Jun 27 2016
Introspection on one’s faith can come from the strangest and unlikeliest of places – including an action-packed Netflix series called “Daredevil.”

Archbishop Lori's Homily: Opening Mass, Fortnight for Freedom 2016
Jun 23 2016
We may not be called upon to shed our blood but we are called upon to defend our freedoms, not merely in the abstract, but as embedded in matters such as immigration, marriage, and the Church’s teaching on sexuality.

My father’s cookies
Jun 22 2016
How extraordinary is a father’s love, especially that of God the Father, who has faith that we will continue to try to become the best version of ourselves, that we will fail but we will also achieve, and that one day we will be with him in heaven.

Archbishop Lori's Homily: Feast of St. Josemaria Escriva
Jun 21 2016
St. Josemaria himself had always believed that he was a child of God yet it was only later that he experienced the truth and beauty of this teaching.

A cup of coffee with the champ
Jun 15 2016
“Noooooo!” we thought. He’s not coming over here! But he was! Legendary boxer Muhammad Ali and a Muslim bodyguard were headed for our table in a restaurant deserted after lunchtime in the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington.

Orlando: A Christian response
Jun 14 2016
Whether the assailant hated gay people, hated Americans or was driven by some other motivation, is unclear at the time of this writing. What is clear is his disregard for human life and the evident evil behind his decision to commit such an unthinkable crime.

Archbishop Lori's Homily: St. Barnabas Memorial
Jun 14 2016
No one in a fraternal order should be a lone ranger; rather, we are all part of a team.

Amen: Peaceful road warrior
Jun 14 2016
What makes Tim Rubeling – and his younger sisters and their big brothers – walk?

Four lessons on Divine Mercy from the woman at the well
Jun 09 2016
God's mercy is relentless.

Archbishop Lori's Homily: 10th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Jun 09 2016
Jesus seeks nothing more ardently than to awaken faith in you and me.

Put down the phone and open the door to civility
Jun 07 2016
Focusing on the cellphone instead of on people in the room is discourteous and unacceptable.

Why fathers matter
Jun 06 2016
As we celebrate Father’s Day this month, let us celebrate the role of our dads in building the domestic church, working hand in hand with their wives in making our homes places of prayer, learning, virtue and service, and in handing on the faith to the next generation.

Purpose, rather than despair
Jun 02 2016
We humans have been told to “go bravely into that dark night.” Few nights are darker than the darkness of dementia.

Archbishop Lori's Homily – Corpus Christi, 2016
May 31 2016
In the Eucharist our tendency to become absorbed in our own needs is met by the overflowing abundance of God’s merciful love.