The Archdiocese of Baltimore is committed to bringing an end to racism in all its forms, both in our society and in our church.
Read statements from Maryland and U.S. bishops on racial justice, and find news coverage, a prayer to end racism, resources and more. Also watch a special Sept. 13 livestream Mass celebrated by Archbishop William E. Lori at St. Peter Claver in West Baltimore here.
Although we are devoted to protecting and nurturing life at every stage all year long, we set aside October as a special time to acknowledge the sanctity of all human life and to recommit ourselves to engaging in prayer and activity that promotes the dignity of the human person.
Visit our Respect Life Month page here for information about special events, resources for promoting the sanctity of life, information about a new pregnancy resource center and an important message from Archbishop William E. Lori.
Phase II of the archdiocesan plan for reopening parishes began the weekend of May 30-31, allowing for public Masses to resume at the pastor’s discretion and where it is permissible to do so based on conditions in the local jurisdiction.
Catholic Review Radio airs every Sunday on several radio stations found here.
On the most recent episode, Archbishop William E. Lori and Carl Anderson of the Knights of Columbus discuss the upcoming beatification of Father Michael McGivney, founder of the Knights of Columbus.
Click play below to listen.
Priests and deacons throughout the Archdiocese of Baltimore provide wonderful spiritual insights through their homilies and reflections.
Press play below to listen to this week’s featured homily from Father Evan Ponton, associate pastor of St. John the Evangelist in Severna Park. For more homilies, click here.