Results from Tag: 'bishop james conley'
‘Hooked on the Camino’ — that’s how one bishop described his fifth pilgrimage on the ancient way of St. James. Recently, three U.S. bishops traveled the Camino de Santiago together for two and half weeks. They shared their pilgrimage experience with the National Catholic Register’s Senior Editor Jonathan Liedl.
Archbishop Paul Coakley and Bishops James Conley and James Wall share highlights from their recent experience on El Camino de Santiago in Spain — the fifth time for two of them — and their recommendations for pilgrimages closer to home.
Biological sex, wrote Bishop Conley, 'is not an accident from God or a flaw,' but rather is 'a gift that helps us grow close to each other and close to God. What God has created is good, true, and beautiful.'
The new initiative is a united front, of trusted Catholic organizations with expertise in law, medicine, ethics and public policy, to renew Catholic health care and defend it against new dangers.
How Holy Communion figured prominently in the decisions of Bishop James Conley, evangelist Sonja Corbitt and apologist Scott Hahn to become Catholic.
Over the 11-month sabbatical, Bishop Conley attended sessions with a Catholic psychotherapist, his spiritual director, a CMA psychologist, and a medical doctor.
Testimonies from Bishop James Conley, Mother Mary Augustine, Scott Sullivan and Msgr. Peter Wilkinson
Lincoln, Nebraska, shepherd is working to ensure that correct processes are established and followed when allegations arise against priests.
At the summit of the liturgical year, Bishops Robert Morlino of Madison, Wisconsin, and James Conley of Lincoln, Nebraska, encourage their dioceses to grow closer to Christ.