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Delivering the latest news on all things happening in the Catholic community. Official media arm for the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
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Catholic Review 17h
The choir from Cardinal Shehan School was featured at today's inauguration of Gov. Hogan. The governor began his day in prayer at .
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Catholic Review 20h
Even with temperatures dropping, do not forget what the beach can offer you this time of year. God is everywhere.
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Catholic Review 21h
Pope Francis wants leaders of the world’s bishops’ conferences to clearly understand what must be done to prevent abuse, care for victims and ensure no case is whitewashed or covered up
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Emily Rosenthal Jan 16
Be on the lookout for a story on the Inauguration of tonight.
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Emily Rosenthal Jan 16
Cardinal Shehan School Choir at the Inauguration.
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Emily Rosenthal Jan 16
Cardinal Shehan School Choir getting ready to perform at Inauguration.
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ArchdioceseBaltimore Jan 15
VIDEO: Archbishop Lori and Bishop Parker addressed the Archdiocese of Baltimore's ongoing response to the clergy abuse crisis during a media briefing this morning. Watch the entire briefing:
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Catholic Review Jan 15
St. John Vianney is revered as a model of generosity and a disciple of mercy. Learn more about his life by listening to the powerful words spoken by Father Patrice Chocholski in the presence of St. John Vianney’s incorrupt heart
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Catholic Review Jan 15
The pope is dedicated to learning, healing and strengthening the Catholic Church. Learn about his visit with Chilean bishops and his future plan to "align against this scourge"
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Catholic Review Jan 15
Despite broad turnover, the number of Catholics in the current Congress is little changed from that in the past Congress. What do you think?
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Catholic Review Jan 15
This compliance is according to a letter to Archbishop William E. Lori from StoneBridge Business Partners, which conducts the audits on behalf of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.
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Catholic Review Jan 15
The Archdiocese of Baltimore “has been found compliant with all audited Articles of the Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People for the 2017-18 audit period.”
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Catholic Review Jan 15
In the words of the people of Barron County,“Praise God Welcome Home Jayme.” Read about the incredible story of survivor, Jayme Closs and her strength to escape abduction and how God's role played a vital component of survival
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Catholic Review Jan 15
Although the US bishops didnt vote in Nov on proposals that would create procedures for handling allegations against bishops of misconduct or improper supervision, bishops in the AOB will be subject to a policy approved by the AOBs Independent Review Board
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Catholic Review Jan 15
The Independent Review Board that assists the Archdiocese of Baltimore with child protection efforts issued the first of what will be annual reports regarding the archdiocese’s response to child sexual abuse within the church.
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Catholic Review Jan 15
+Lori: the three auxiliaries and I are constantly visiting parishes. You learn an awful lot standing at the back of church on Sunday
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Catholic Review Jan 15
+Lori said he hopes that priests who abused others have some sense of the terrible damage they have done to victims-survivors and spend rest of lives asking forgiveness and living lives of repentance
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Catholic Review Jan 15
+Lori: I came back from bishops meeting and wanted to see what we could do locally. I didn’t need clearance and I didn’t get clearance.
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Catholic Review Jan 15
+Lori: We are certainly among the first dioceses to have a reporting system for allegations of abuse against bishops. Allegations won’t come to our offices. They go to two retired judges who investigate it.
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Catholic Review Jan 15
+Parker: there is not a deadline for turning files over. It’s an ongoing process. It’s a matter of months. I hope it’s a matter of weeks.
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