The working group, formed in November, met twice and produced two recommendations by the end of the year 2020.
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COMMENTARY: Where the sins of our prominent Catholic family members abound, as they unhappily do, our prayers must abound all the more, and far more than our criticisms, however just.
EDITORIAL: Sustained and driven by our own faith and convictions, the Catholic faithful of America should now collectively gather alongside Archbishop Gomez in striving for national unity and reconciliation — and in reminding our new president that these laudable goals are attainable only if he is willing to moderate his own political extremism in the crucial areas of life, sexuality and religious liberty.
Given the 50-50 split in the U.S. Senate, the centrist West Virginia Democrat will wield incredible influence — and likely face extraordinary pressure.
Newcomers to public service encourage other Catholics to enter the public arena.
Devout Catholic politicians exist at all levels of government, not just at the Supreme Court or in Congress.
While the Church teaches that human rights come from God, Cardinal Müller said, even those who do not believe in God can understand simply through their intellect that human lives are not to be used and manipulated.
Archbishop Paglia's comments came amid considerable debate in several Latin American countries over the prospect of legally protecting abortion.
To provide greater insight into the matter, the Register reached out for comment during the recent USCCB fall assembly.
Cardinal Timothy Dolan said Oct. 31 that he thought the incident was a good teaching moment about the Eucharist and the seriousness of denying Church teaching.