O'Malley shows his colorful side
The Boston Globe
After three years, Archbishop Sean O'Malley remains aloof and enigmatic to many. Now his elevation to cardinal is spurring hopes that the relationship between the shy friar and the more than 2 million Catholics he leads will deepen into a more personal bond. At left, O'Malley greeted Catholics prior to speaking at the first annual Boston Catholic Women's Conference at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.
After three years, Archbishop Sean O'Malley remains aloof and enigmatic to many. Now his elevation to cardinal is spurring hopes that the relationship between the shy friar and the more than 2 million Catholics he leads will deepen into a more personal bond.

At left, O'Malley greeted Catholics prior to speaking at the first annual Boston Catholic Women's Conference at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.
(Globe Staff Photo / David Kamerman)