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Archbishop Timothy Broglio speaks during the USCCB Fall meeting Nov. 15, 2022.

With Archbishop Broglio, US Bishops Choose Unity

EDITORIAL: With the election of the former diplomat and current shepherd of the Archdiocese for the Military Services to serve as conference president, the bishops have a leader who is well poised to continue to build unity among the U.S. episcopacy and with the Holy See.

Pope John XXIII arrives in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican, on October 11, 1962 during the opening of the first session of the Second Ecumenical Council of the Vatican, or Vatican II.

Undimming the Light of Vatican II

EDITORIAL: Distortions of its teachings threaten to obscure the impact of the Second Vatican Council; a recommitment to receiving conciliar teachings in fidelity to the Gospel is the only way forward.

A mother rests holding her children in La Parada, Colombia after walking for 15 days to get to the border between Colombia and Venezuela, as tjey journey on foot trying to reach the United States.

The Immigration Blame Game

EDITORIAL: The human cost from the broken system in the United States takes a backseat to securing votes by the two major political parties.

Nicaraguan police place Bishop Rolando José Álvarez under house arrest Aug. 4 at the diocesan chancery in Matagalpa, Nicaragua.

Nicaragua Needs More

EDITORIAL: Although the Vatican has offered a muted response, Pope Francis must do more to condemn human-rights abuses in Nicaragua before the Ortega regime exploits papal silence to justify its immoral actions.