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 2022 midterm elections did not deliver the anticipated Red Wave that was expected to carry the Republicans back to power in Washington, D.C. It did bring some major surprises, however, and left the GOP poised to block President Biden’s agenda for the next two years. What were the biggest takeaways from the midterms? This week on register Radio, we are joined by Lauretta Brown, Register staff writer, who has been covering the midterms. And then, we talk with Register Senior Editor Jonathan Liedl about the upcoming USCCB Fall General Assembly.
NEWS ANALYSIS: With the previous term’s vice president ineligible to serve as president, there’s more in play in this year’s election than usual.
Archbishop Gomez said the proposed document will focus on “the beauty and power of the Eucharist.”
Ordained a priest in 1959, Archbishop Pilarczyk was consecrated auxiliary bishop of Cincinnati in 1974, serving also as the vicar general for the archdiocese.