In his opening remarks, Cardinal O’Malley said that the “betrayal of sexual abuse” is a “terrible and devastating violation of human dignity.”
Results from Tag: 'cardinal sean o’malley'
COMMENTARY: Much of the recent history of the Catholic Church in the United States can be told in the lives of these two men, who were both ordained Aug. 29, 1970.
The results of the Vatican’s investigation of Theodore McCarrick should be published by early 2020, Boston shepherd told U.S. bishops on Monday.
In St. Peter’s Basilica, Boston cardinal asked American bishops to pray for the grace to make a profession of faith, hope and love.
Boston is the second archdiocese to announce such a system.
COMMENTARY: The Feb. 21-24 meeting takes the view that bishops who think as the Pope wishes them to think about their role as shepherds will then do the right thing in tackling sex abuse.
Boston prelate takes over from Cardinal Donald Wuerl, who served in the position for eight years.
Charitable donations and Boston and Philadelphia food are at stake.