Voices
The Most Rev. William E. Lori is the archbishop of Baltimore.
A Black Lives Matter protest on Thursday, July 23, in Portland, Ore. (AP Photo/Noah Berger)
FaithFaith and Reason
William E. Lori
“Black Lives Matter” should resonate with all who embrace the principles of Catholic social teaching, beginning with the dignity of the human person, writes William E. Lori, the archbishop of Baltimore.
In All Things
William E. Lori
Archbishop Lori: Today conscience protections for people with moral or religious objections to abortion are being taken away.
Pope Francis greets Sister Marie Mathilde, 102, during his unannounced visit to the Little Sisters of the Poor residence in Washington Sept. 23. (CNS photo/L'Osservatore Romano, handout)
In All Things
William E. Lori
We Americans enjoy a beautiful heritage of religious freedom. Claiming that heritage today requires encounter and engagement between people who hold different viewpoints, so that we can grow to respect the right and duty of every person to live in accordance with her or his conscience.
William E. Lori
The promotion and defense of religious freedom has fast become a top priority of the Catholic Church in the United States. Threats to this fundamental right are widespread, grave and growing, both at home and abroad. The Catholic bishops of the United States are duly alarmed by this trend, and we ha
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On providing food and fluids to helpless patients
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Life is the first and most basic good of the human person