'The Catholic community stands in support of our Muslim brothers and sisters during this time of crisis. The senseless murders of these upstanding members of our community bring sorrow to all of us,' the Archdiocese of Santa Fe said in a Sunday statement.
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Pope Francis Condemns ‘Senseless Shooting,’ Calls for End of Violence After July 4th Parade Attack in Suburban Chicago
The Holy Father sent a telegram to Chicago Cardinal Blase Cupich, asking the cardinal to convey his spiritual closeness to all affected by the mass shooting.
An active shooter opened fire at the Highland Park, Illinois, Independence Day parade, killing at least six people.
The City of Big Shoulders — and Liturgical Confusion: Chicago Faithful Flummoxed by Inconsistent Liturgy Policy
NEWS ANALYSIS: The juxtaposition of laxity for liturgical abuses with forceful crackdowns of reverent worship well beyond Pope Francis’s recent directives calls into question Cardinal Blase Cupich’s stated prioritization of promoting unity and the reforms of Vatican II.
Other churchmen named as members of the congregation include the Irish-American Cardinal Kevin Farrell, prefect of the Dicastery for the Laity, the Family, and Life, and the Bronx-born Archbishop Augustine Di Noia, adjunct secretary of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.
Interruptions began when Cardinal Cupich shared words of support for mask-wearers in the crowd. Also in his remarks Jan. 8, he referred to the possibility of ‘Roe’ reversal: ‘We have many reasons to be hopeful that the legal protections for the child in the womb, which we have advocated for decades, will soon become a reality.’
Chicago's new rules mirror those spelled out in an explanatory document regarding Pope Francis' edict published Dec. 18 by the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments.
Rumors started after social media posts pointed to an announcement at a livestreamed Mass at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Libertyville, Illinois. CNA found that there was no directive from the Cardinal sent to all parishes in the archdiocese referring to the recitation of public prayers after Mass.
“There is no denying it: this has been a season of senselessness in Chicago, with gun violence rising and mass shootings becoming a regular occurrence,” said the cardinal.
Cardinal Cupich Reportedly ‘Leaning Hard’ on Bioethics Center to Retract Stance on COVID Vaccine Exemptions
The center’s statement added that the novelty of the coronavirus and its vaccines “leave several medical questions unanswered,” which can impede free and informed consent for some persons.