Archbishop William E. Lori will spend part of his first day as Archbishop of Baltimore serving meals to clients of Our Daily Bread and touring the Esperanza Center, which provides immigration and legal services to clients in the Fells Point area of Baltimore.
Archbishop Lori will be installed as head of the nation’s oldest Catholic diocese at a Mass at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in North Baltimore at 2 p.m. today before an estimate 2,000 people.
Archbishop Lori succeeds Edwin Cardinal O’Brien, who served as 15th Archbishop of Baltimore from 2007-2011.
Our Daily Bread Employment Center
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***MEDIA NOTE: OUT OF RESPECT FOR THE PRIVACY OF THE INDIVIDUALS BEING SERVED AT OUR DAILY BREAD, ONE VIDEO CAMERA WILL BE ALLOWED RESTRICTED ACCESS INSIDE. THAT OUTLET WILL NEED TO SHARE VIDEO WITH OTHERS REQUESTING IT. THE SAME WILL BE REQUIRED FOR STILL PHOTOS.
The Archbishop will depart for Esperanza Center, located at 430 S. Broadway, at approximately 1 p.m.
Following the tradition of his predecessors Cardinals Keeler and O’Brien, Archbishop Lori will offer the invocation at Thursday’s Alibi Breakfast at Pimlico Race Course.