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HHS contraceptive mandate in limbo awaiting action by new administration
Nov 25 2016
The Little Sisters of the Poor and others have been cautiously breathing a sigh of relief since the presidential election.
Mount panel: Faithful called to join intellectuals in religious freedom fight
Nov 22 2016
Introducing a panel discussion on religious liberty, Baltimore Archbishop William E. Lori remarked that the battle would be moot without religion itself.
Defending the faith, helping poor are dual calling for Knights of Malta
Oct 27 2016
The Tuitio Fideo award was presented to Baltimore Archbishop William E. Lori for his leadership on defending religious freedom.
Archbishop Lori rejects claim religious liberty used as excuse to discriminate
Sep 13 2016
Archbishop Lori sharply criticized comments that “religious liberty” and “religious freedom” were “code words" of discrimination.
In Krakow, Archbishop Lori stresses ‘charity that evangelizes’
Jul 27 2016
Archbishop talks religious freedom, meets with Baltimore pilgrims at World Youth Day.
Clinton’s VP pick, a Catholic, faces criticism for his stand on abortion
Jul 27 2016
U.S. Sen. Gov. Tim Kaine, practicing Catholic from Virginia, has perfect rating from NARAL.
Visit to Auschwitz: Tragedy, courage, liberation
Jul 26 2016
During their trip to Poland for World Youth Day, Archdiocese of Baltimore pilgrims paid a visit to the infamous Nazi death camp.
U.S. House members in bipartisan vote pass Conscience Protection Act
Jul 14 2016
In a bipartisan 245-182 vote, House members July 13 passed the Conscience Protection Act.
Archbishops Lori and Cordileone say House bill would protect religious freedom at federal level
Jul 13 2016
The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee July 12 held a hearing on the First Amendment Defense Act.
At closing Mass, people encouraged to pray, act for religious freedom
Jul 05 2016
The theme for the 2016 Fortnight for Freedom, "Witnesses to Freedom," unfolded as 1,500 people spent their July 4 holiday in attending the closing Mass.
Archbishop William E. Lori, Baltimore's 16th archbishop, shares his priorities and thoughts with the Catholic Review.