EDITORIAL: With the election of the former diplomat and current shepherd of the Archdiocese for the Military Services to serve as conference president, the bishops have a leader who is well poised to continue to build unity among the U.S. episcopacy and with the Holy See.
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‘The answer is not violence. The answer is not killing. The answer is love and support.’
Bishop Daniel DiNardo from Galveston-Houston, Texas, was one of several bishops who spoke up in favor of delaying revisions to the document.
In his role with the bishops’ pro-life committee, Archbishop Lori has spoken out repeatedly in favor of assistance for pregnant women and against President Joe Biden’s advancement of abortion.
The archbishop has been a staunch defender of religious-freedom protections for those serving in the military.
Here are 10 things to expect from this week’s gathering.
In an EXCLUSIVE STORY the Register reported this week that the Health and Human Services Department is planning new rules to mandate healthcare providers to comply with abortion and gender-transition agendas, dismantling religious liberty exemptions. Register staff writer Peter Jesserer Smith has the scoop. And what are the takeaways from the U.S. Bishops’ fall assembly? Register National correspondent Lauretta Brown reports from Baltimore.
“All of us understand that you have to be pastoral in dealing with these situations and that it is really important to have a dialogue with the person, for us as bishops,” Archbishop Aquila said.
Cardinal Mahony Attacks Fellow Bishops in an Interview Published by Vatican News Service Ahead of USCCB Vote
Despite the interview’s headline, Cardinal Mahony makes no call for “dialogue” with his brother bishops.