Cardinal Sean O'Malley Meets With 300 Priests Amid Catholic Church ScandalsCardinal Sean O'Malley met with 300 local priests on Tuesday as the Church continues to deal with new allegations of sex abuse.
Cardinal O'Malley Apologizes, Says He Never Saw Misconduct LetterCardinal Sean O'Malley claims his secretary never handed him a letter claiming that now ex-cardinal Theodore McCarrick had engaged in sexual misconduct with seminarians decades ago.
St. John's Seminary Shakeup Amid Probe Into Sexual Misconduct ClaimsThe rector of St. John's Seminary has been placed on leave after claims by former seminarians of sexual misconduct there.
Cardinal O'Malley Warns Church Amid Sex Abuse ScandalA Massachusetts leader of the Roman Catholic Church says he's "deeply troubled" by allegations of sexual abuse by another cardinal.
Cardinal O'Malley Apologizes To Sex Abuse Survivors While Mourning Law DeathBoston Cardinal Sean O'Malley apologized to the victims of priest sex abuse Wednesday as he mourned the death of Cardinal Bernard Law.
Habitat For Humanity Builds Roxbury Home For 2 FamiliesA Roxbury duplex was built by Habitat for Humanity to help two struggling families.
Eye On Education: Cardinal Sean On State Of Boston Catholic SchoolsCatholic school students got a rare opportunity to ask Cardinal Sean O'Malley big questions about a changing world, one the archdiocese is adapting to.
Keller @ Large: Cardinal O'Malley Speaks About Homelessness, TrumpCardinal Sean O'Malley, the archbishop of Boston, brought his message of compassion to the homeless people and volunteers gathered today at the state's largest day shelter, St. Francis House.
Cardinal O'Malley To Accompany Pope Francis In CubaThe cardinal will also be joining Pope Francis at the White House.
Cardinal Sean O'Malley Holds Christmas Service At Homeless ShelterCardinal Sean O'Malley delivered a message of hope on Christmas Day to the homeless at St. Francis House in downtown Boston.
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.
Boston Assignment To Clean Up Sex Abuse 'Terrified' Cardinal Sean O'MalleyCardinal 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.