Tag: U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops
A small but vocal minority wants to punish the new president for his support of legalized abortion...
Catholic bishops split on how to deal with Biden – Opinion
Long a staple of Catholic life, the rosary is back in the spotlight with the election of Joe Biden...
Like Joe Biden, many Catholics find the rosary to be a comfort and anchor in crisis
In recent weeks, several faith-based organizations involved in refugee resettlement had asked the administration to raise that number to its past average: 95,000.
Faith-based organizations express outrage over plan to cut refugee admissions to historic low — again
The idea is that the government should not impose on religious institutions in matters of faith and doctrine.
Supreme Court broadens scope of ministerial exception
But according to a new report released Friday (July 10) from two Christian groups, the president is falling short of that goal when it comes to Christian refugees.
Evangelical, Catholic leaders say Trump has left persecuted Christians in danger
Gomez, 67, is currently the conference's vice president — a post that by tradition serves as springboard to the presidency.
Hispanic immigrant in line to lead US Catholic bishops
Calling on clerics to be “courteous” to combat political polarization...
Catholic Bishops call for ‘full strength’ of church to fight gun violence
Over the past two years, the nation's refugee resettlement system has been slowly dismantled.