The Committee for Life, the Laity, and the Family of the Argentine Bishops’ Conference said the country is facing ‘a new manifestation of the culture of death and the throwaway culture.’
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‘Don’t We Have a Place in the Church?’: Read Pope’s Response to Argentine Priest on Seminary’s Closure
Pope Francis accepted Bishop Taussig’s resignation on Feb. 5, 2022, about a year and a half after the decision to close the seminary.
Asked if he would reside at Archbasilica of Saint John Lateran, the Holy Father said ‘that could be,’ since he would like to retire ‘to hear confessions at a church.’
This effort 'is not just about money, but also time and talent.'
Italian-born Sister Bernardita belonged to the Poor Sisters of Saint Joseph of Buenos Aires.
Bishop Taussig was appointed Bishop of San Rafael in 2004.
South of the US border, nations have struggled to cope with the consequences of the pandemic.
The posting of the prayer drew massive pushback on social media, leading to its deletion.
The organization said that pro-life advocates “must be very courageous and trust” that the courts will decide that this “grave and manifest incompatibility with our constitutional order makes this law unfeasible.“
Bishop Zanchetta, the 57-year-old former bishop of Orán, Argentina, has been accused of “aggravated continuous sexual abuse” of two adult-aged seminarians, as well as fraud and mismanagement of funds. He denies the charges.