Which US Dioceses Have Declared Bankruptcy?
Here’s a Map
Here’s a Map
NEWS ANALYSIS: Some local Catholics registered their views, but low turnout and confusion over the purpose of the synod raised questions about the value of the process.
A recent UCLA report published in June found that 18% of the transgender population in the U.S. is comprised of children ages 13 to 17 — roughly 300,000 total. That's up from 10% in 2017.
Nationwide, the faithful are adoring and honoring Christ in the Blessed Sacrament as Church communities.
A NOTE FROM OUR PUBLISHER: As the Church sets out on the global Synod on Synodality called by Pope Francis, it would do well to avoid taking the same route as Germany’s horrendous ‘Synodal Path.’
The USCCB’s guidelines state the long-term goal of the Synod on Synodality is transforming how the Church approaches decision-making together ‘through communion, participation and mission.’
On the same day the CDC published its new guidance, the Catholic Conference of Ohio announced that it would lift its general dispensation from the Sunday obligation on the weekend of June 5.
The Register spoke to a few dioceses across the country to see how they are coping with the situation.
Since 1905, the charitable society has given more than $500 million to 94 mission dioceses across the country.
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