Mother Teresa, Now A Saint, Honored At Mass In DorchesterHundreds of parishioners packed into Mother Teresa of Calcutta Parish to hear Cardinal Sean O’Malley speak about Mother Teresa, who was made a saint by Pope Francis on Sunday.
Pope, Cardinal O'Malley Share 'Emotional Moment' With Sex Abuse VictimsCardinal O’Malley says his most meaningful moment occurred when Pope Francis met with victims of clergy sex abuse.
Cardinal O'Malley Calls For Prayers After Controvesial Grand Jury DecisionsIn a blog post, Cardinal Sean O'Malley said every person's dignity must be protected, regardless of race.
Mayor Walsh Sends Letter Inviting Pope Francis To Visit BostonBoston Mayor Marty Walsh has sent a letter to Pope Francis, inviting him to visit Boston.
Cardinal O'Malley Makes Push For Immigration ReformThe head of the Roman Catholic church Boston is joining other bishops around the country this weekend to encourage worshippers to support comprehensive immigration reforms.
Victim Outrage Over Bernard Law Birthday BashBoston-area victims of the Catholic Church sex abuse scandal are furious over a big eightieth birthday bash being held in Italy for former Boston Archbishop Cardinal Bernard Law.
Mass. Catholic Bishops Weigh In On Gambling BillMassachusetts religious leaders have entered the debate over casino gambling.
Cardinal O'Malley: Archdiocese To Sell Six ChurchesCardinal Sean O'Malley has decided that will allow the Roman Catholic Boston Archdiocese to sell six churches.
Boston Cardinal O'Malley Ordains Six New PriestsBoston Cardinal Sean O'Malley has ordained six men into the priesthood.
Watchdog Group Archdiocese Pedophile Priest List ReleasedA watchdog group is pushing Cardinal Sean O'Malley to release a promised list of suspected pedophile priests in Boston, highlighting a church document that indicates the list could include up to 40 names that haven't been made public.
Cardinal O'Malley Weighing Sale Of Closed ChurchesCardinal Sean O'Malley is seeking opinions from Catholics who attended seven closed parishes as he decides whether to sell their churches, some of which have been occupied in protest for six years.