Some dioceses have communicated internally with their priests on Traditiones Custodes, but have not yet issued public statements.
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Bishop Felipe de Jesús Estévez of Saint Augustine, Florida, of Cuban origin, said that “charity unites all those born in Cuba.” He also asked Our Lady of Charity, the patroness of the country, to “save Cuba.”
The measure passed by a vote of 168 to 55, with six abstentions.
The conference will consider not only a teaching document on the Eucharist, but will hear a presentation on a potentially far more significant undertaking: a three-year Eucharistic Revival initiative.
The question of “Eucharistic coherence,” Bishop Paprocki wrote, “has taken on heightened urgency with the election of President Biden, a Catholic who promotes the evils of abortion, same-sex marriage, and transgenderism.”
Recent incidents include a Jewish man being attacked in Times Square by a group of people yelling anti-Semitic slurs, and a pro-Palestinian group in Los Angeles attacking restaurant diners while using anti-Semitic slurs.
Archbishop Cordileone ‘Deeply Grieved’ by Attempts to Delay Consideration of Eucharistic Teaching Document
Cardinal Blase Cupich of Chicago had recently written to the president of the U.S. bishops’ conference, Archbishop Jose Gomez of Los Angeles, asking that any discussion of “Eucharistic worthiness and other issues raised by the Holy See” by the bishops be postponed, until the conference can meet again in-person.
The Vatican’s statement, from Cardinal Luis Ladaria, exhorted the bishops to “serene” dialogue among themselves, to ensure that they “agree as a Conference that support of pro-choice legislation is not compatible with Catholic teaching.”