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Archbishop Lori: “Formation for Evangelization”
Nov 29 2016
Archbishop Lori's speech, “Formation for Evangelization”, from the Ecumenical Institute at St. Mary’s Seminary and University Nov. 10, 2016.

Archbishop Lori's Homily: Solemnity of Christ the King
Nov 23 2016
Archbishop William E. Lori's homily celebrating the Solemnity of Christ the King at the Knights of Columbus Mid-Year Meeting on Nov. 20.

A pilgrim, a bishop and his iPhone
Nov 17 2016
What I particularly love about the Pilgrim is that he was preoccupied, not about any of the passing, evanescent goods of the world, but rather about prayer, about a sustained contact with the eternal God.

Amen: Amid change, same message
Nov 17 2016
Through all of this change, the message of the church remains the same: Jesus Christ – yesterday, today and forever, as St. John Paul II reminded us.

Catholicism embodied: “The Pivotal Players”
Nov 14 2016
There are important things to be learned from each of these God-touched human personalities for the challenges Catholicism faces in the post-modern world of the twenty-first century.

The wonder of words
Nov 14 2016
Language truly is a wonderful tool, and the love-driven process of constructing sentences enables us to understand one another, build bridges and progress toward common, good goals.

Help others believe in their own goodness
Nov 10 2016
The best gift we can give is to help someone else to believe in his or her own goodness.

When the saints come marching in
Nov 10 2016
Saints aren’t just people who lived a long time ago and loved Jesus and performed miracles. They are also members of our family.

Archbishop Lori's Homily: Closing of Holy Doors
Nov 08 2016
The Jubilee Year of Mercy proclaimed by Pope Francis is truly all about us – it’s about me, and it’s about you, it’s about a world all in need of God’s mercy.

Our Back Pages: Basilica hit milestone in 2006
Nov 07 2016
The historic Baltimore Basilica, America's first cathedral, completed an extensive restoration 10 years ago this month.

Stakes raised on freedom
Nov 03 2016
By suggesting that the government be free to force people of faith to violate their consciences, the USCCR report puts all our charitable works at risk.

Three lessons for young Catholics
Nov 03 2016
Most Catholics still don’t get that their vocation is to carry their faith into the marketplace, into schools, into office buildings, into the corridors of government, into sports stadiums and into the streets.

Archbishop Lori's Homily: 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time
Nov 01 2016
God is powerful, he sustains all things but he knows us and loves us as individuals.

The beauty of human sexuality
Oct 28 2016
In an age of porn and sleaze, the need for a deepened respect for the positive aspects of human sexuality is real. In marriage, the desire to give one’s self to the delight of the beloved is a sign of Christian holiness.