- Jan 20, 2020
While the United States has “come a long way” in addressing racism and injustice, much more remains to be accomplished to achieve the dream of “the beloved community” envisioned by the late Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., the president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops said.
Catholic leaders call for peace and de-escalation of tensions with Iran.
Decrying the acts of religious violence that have taken place during the Christmas season, the president of the U.S. bishops declared: “Violence in the name of God is blasphemy.”
For a second year in a row, clergy abuse scandals dominated headlines in the U.S. Catholic Church.
It will come as no surprise to anyone who has followed Los Angeles Archbishop Jose H. Gomez that immigration reform is at the top of his priority list as the newly elected president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.
The U.S. Catholic bishops elected their first-ever Latino leader of the conference.