Archbishop reflects on effects of racism, calls for 'repentance, action'

Baltimore Archbishop William E. Lori has issued his second pastoral reflection in 12 months on the effects of racism on society.

Baltimore archdiocesan board creates policy on allegations against bishops

Although the U.S. bishops did not vote in November on proposals that would have created procedures for handling allegations against bishops of misconduct or improper supervision, bishops in the Archdiocese of Baltimore will be subject to a policy approved in December by the archdiocese's Independent Review Board.

Maryland attorney general will review church records on child sex abuse

Baltimore Archbishop William Lori informed clergy Sept. 24 that the archdiocese has been in discussions with Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh about an investigation of records related to the sexual abuse of children.

Lori: 'More than prayers, promises' needed to address anger over abuse

Archbishop William Lori of Baltimore acknowledged the renewed pain and anger caused by clergy sexual abuse following the release of a Pennsylvania grand jury report that details some of the actions taken by Cardinal William Keeler when he was a bishop in Pennsylvania.