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President Joe Biden, a Catholic, excluded the Hyde Amendment from his budget request to Congress for the 2022 fiscal year.
According to Archbisop José Gomez, Msgr. Jeffrey Burrill was not accused of misconduct with minors, but resigned immediately ‘to avoid becoming a distraction to the operations and ongoing work of the Conference.’
A proposed federal spending bill is the most extreme pro-abortion funding bill in the history of the United States, said the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) in a statement on Tuesday.
Spokesperson Chieko Noguchi said she hopes the information will “bring some measure of peace to the victims and a heightened awareness so that this disturbing history is never repeated.”
Bishop Mark Brennan of Wheeling-Charleston, West Virgina, and Bishop Jeffrey Monforton of Steubenville, Ohio, said the bishops are responding to an apparent lack of belief in the Church’s teaching on the Eucharist.
‘First Things’ published the San Francisco shepherd’s paragraph-by-paragraph response to the ‘statement of principles.’
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.
‘I believe unborn children need the president of the United States and members of Congress on both sides of the aisle to be their friends and advocates,’ said Rep. Chris Smith, R-N.J., on Tuesday, before the House of Representatives on Wednesday rejected an opportunity to vote on a prohibition of taxpayer-funded abortion.
The bishops’ voted overwhelmingly to support the creation of a unified and comprehensive approach to ministry for America’s Indigenous peoples.