On March 16, a gunman killed eight people during a series of shootings at three massage parlors in the Atlanta area.
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The working group, formed in November, met twice and produced two recommendations by the end of the year 2020.
The Archdiocese of Washington did not immediately respond to comment on Roker’s report.
The USCCB’s correction, which takes effect Ash Wednesday (Feb. 17), was prompted by Vatican concerns over doctrinal precision and fidelity to the original Latin.
While the tweets criticizing the USCCB’s Inauguration Day statement confirmed his preference for finding common ground with Catholic politicians like Joe Biden, they also revealed a willingness to openly confront his brother bishops.
The bishops’ conference’s Jan. 22 response emphasized Church teaching on abortion and said Catholics cannot support abortion. Their statement also emphasized politicians’ responsibilities to reject a right to abortion.
The overt criticism of the USCCB came after Cardinal Cupich published a separate statement on his website that did not include certain critiques.
Archbishop Cordileone Prays for Joe Biden on Inauguration Day, States His Support for USCCB President
On Wednesday, Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco welcomed Archbishop Gomez’s “timely call for healing as a country as the new administration assumes office.”