Cardinal Sean O’Malley
Cardinal Sean O’Malley delivered a message of hope on Christmas Day to the homeless at St. Francis House in downtown Boston.
In a blog post, Cardinal Sean O’Malley said every person’s dignity must be protected, regardless of race.
Cardinal Sean O’Malley was “terrified” when the Vatican sent him to run the scandal-plagued Boston Archdiocese in 2003, he said in a “60 Minutes” segment that aired Sunday evening.
The head of the Boston Archdiocese visited former Boston Mayor Tom Menino in the hospital Wednesday afternoon.
The head of the Roman Catholic church in Boston is criticizing state lawmakers for acting “with unseemly haste” to tighten security around abortion clinics.
Cardinal Sean O’Malley ordained nine new priests Saturday at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross.
The Catholic Action League is protesting Secretary of State John Kerry as the school’s commencement speaker.
Boston Cardinal O’Malley said Popes John Paul II and John XXIII, both about to be canonized, connected with people in a personal way. WBZ-TV’s Paula Ebben reports
Blessing Of The Athletes Attracts Marathon Runners To Boston’s Old South Church.
Cardinal Sean O’Malley will join seven others on a new Vatican anti-abuse commission.