Aerial view of the Inner Harbor area in downtown Baltimore, including the Marriott Waterfront hotel, site of the Nov. 14-17 USCCB Fall Plenary Assembly.
Aerial view of the Inner Harbor area in downtown Baltimore, including the Marriott Waterfront hotel, site of the Nov. 14-17 USCCB Fall Plenary Assembly. (photo: f11photo / Shutterstock)

Overview of the USCCB’s Fall 2022 Assembly (Nov. 19)

The U.S. bishops met this week to choose new leaders for their conference and discuss key priorities for the Church in the United States, including life issues after Dobbs, the Synod on Synodality and a new marriage catechumenate. EWTN News was on the ground reporting from the event. The Register’s Lauretta Brown and Jonathan Liedl join us with their takeaways.

As part of Jewish-Christian dialogue, a joint concert was given on Sept. 4, 2021, in the Dohány Street Synagogue by the Solti Chamber Orchestra in Budapest. Hungary.

US Bishops Express Outrage at Increase in Antisemitic Attacks

The statement was issued on the 60th anniversary of Pope Paul VI’s encyclical ‘Nostrae Aetate,’ which made clear the Church’s condemnation of hatred and violence against Judaism, beginning a new era of understanding and cooperation between the two faiths.