Cardinal Sean O’Malley
Cardinal Sean O’Malley skipped Boston College’s commencement Monday because of the involvement of Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny, who supports a bill in his country that would allow abortion.
Boston Cardinal Sean O’Malley has announced that he plans to boycott Boston College commencement ceremonies over the fact that Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny would be receiving an honorary degree from the Catholic school.
President Barack Obama joined local religious leaders including Cardinal Sean O’Malley, Gov. Deval Patrick and Mayor Tom Menino as he addressed an interfaith service in the aftermath of Monday’s Boston Marathon bombings.
Pope Francis has appointed Boston Cardinal Sean O’Malley and eight other priests from around the globe to a permanent advisory group to study reform in the Vatican bureaucracy.
Palm Sunday and the start of Holy Week also celebrates the return of Cardinal Sean O’Malley to Boston.
Boston Archbishop Cardinal Sean O’Malley appears to be relieved he wasn’t chosen to be pope by his fellow cardinals.
A Mass was held Thursday morning at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross celebrating Pope Francis I as the new leader of the Catholic Church.
Sean Cardinal O’Malley, the Archbishop of Boston, is the happiest man on the planet today, because he’s not the new Pope.
The newly-elected Pope Francis will celebrate Mass Thursday with the cardinals who elected him, but he won’t meet with his predecessor just yet.
Pope Francis I is beginning the first day of his new life as the spiritual leader of the Roman Catholic Church.