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Archbishop Lori's Homily: Chrism Mass
Apr 11 2017
Anything and everything we hope to do in renewing a spirit of evangelization in our parishes and throughout the Archdiocese hinges on our encounter with Jesus – today and every day of our priestly lives.

A week of turmoil and triumph
Apr 06 2017
Each year, we celebrate the most momentous week in all of history, a week filled with turmoil and triumph: Holy Week.

Archbishop Lori's Homily: Knights of Columbus Board Meeting
Apr 01 2017
Accepting and living the Gospel without compromise makes us one with Jesus and one his Church and her mission.

Never too old for bedtime kiss
Mar 30 2017
This Lenten season, as we fast and serve and pray, I hope we can try to find moments just to be with God.

Archbishop Lori's Homily: Solemnity of the Annunciation; Catholic Men's Fellowship Conference
Mar 30 2017
Here's the first way to respond to unexpected questions that change everything: Get ready and stay ready. Be prepared. Keep your soul in readiness.

Cardinal Keeler’s legacy includes strengthening Catholic-Jewish bonds
Mar 27 2017
Cardinal Keeler’s theological understanding was profound, and I was able aid him in understanding the Jewish community, since I had a doctorate in Hebrew studies from the Institute of Hebrew Studies of New York University.

Statement on the death of Cardinal William H. Keeler from Archbishop Lori
Mar 23 2017
I was deeply impressed by his graciousness coupled with his energy and vision.

Form and chaos
Mar 21 2017
In the Catholic imagination, the God who created the heavens and the earth brought an order out of primordial chaos.

Archbishop Lori's Homily: Archdiocesan Mass for Consecrated Life
Mar 21 2017
May the Lord inspire many young people to discern a vocation to consecrated life.

Question Corner: Substituting penitential practice?/Creating fake identity
Mar 16 2017
Father Doyle field questions about penitential practice and creating a false identity.

Persuasive disciples, not anarchic disrupters
Mar 16 2017
In today’s deeply divided America, the public debate is too often being framed by those who substitute invective for argument while demonstrating a visceral contempt for normal democratic political and legal process.

Eternal life in the balance
Mar 13 2017
Belief in God may not always bring out the best in us, but it can at least keep us from acting out the worst in us.

Archbishop Lori's Homily: St. Patrick Parade Mass
Mar 13 2017
These vulnerable men, women, and children - like Abram in today's first reading - left behind their homeland and came to these shores in hope of a better life.

Amen: Father Mike’s field hospital
Mar 10 2017
“Some focus on a specific issue, Father Bialek said of Father Mike Orchik. “He wants to help all people, regardless of their situation.”