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The USCCB has asked commenters to ‘let us know’ what Catholics think of these synod buzzwords.
Mary, under her title of the Immaculate Conception, has been patroness of the United States since the mid-19th century
EDITORIAL: The fault lies with the news media that continually misrepresent the matter — and, even more, with Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi and the other prominent Catholic politicians who continue to scandalize the faithful by their Eucharistically incoherent support for legal abortion.
US Bishops’ Fall Meeting Preview: Document on Eucharistic Coherence Unlikely to Call Out Specific Politicians
The Nov. 15-17 gathering in Baltimore will bring the bishops together for the first time since 2019.
If the final version of the appropriations bill excludes the Hyde Amendment, it would mark the first time in decades that the federal budget allowed funding of abortion in Medicaid.
It seems that Traditional Latin Masses in dioceses throughout the United States are largely set to continue as scheduled, while bishops prepare responses to Traditionis custodes.
Following the sometimes-contentious debate at their spring assembly, bishops have stepped forward to stress they are committed to continuing their dialogue and are moving forward in full unity with the Vatican.
Catholic Columnist Ross Douthat: ‘Brave New World’ of Embryo Experimentation Could Sharpen Communion Debate
Douthat, in his column, compared the shift in bioethics to the present debate over admitting pro-abortion politicians to Communion.