- Jun 20, 2021
At this week’s emergency immigration meeting a prominent moment for Bishop Mario Dorsonville was a conversation he had with an El Salvadorian bishop who described the growing emptiness of some of his diocesan towns.
“God is always with us, in good and beautiful times and in difficult times, when we are happy or when we have a sadness,” Archbishop José H. Gomez of Los Angeles told unaccompanied immigrant minors at a Mass May 30.
Archbishop José H. Gomez of Los Angeles, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, and the prelate who chairs the USCCB’s Committee on Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs decried a recent rise in anti-Semitic attacks in the United States as “contrary to who we are called to be as the people of God.”
Two U.S. archbishops responded in dismay Tuesday night to a report that a number of their contemporaries sent a letter to Archbishop José Gomez in an effort to suspend discussion of the subject of Eucharistic coherence at U.S. Bishops’ June meeting.
Over the centuries, popes have always found plenty of ways to speak without using words, especially when words might be inconvenient or hard to take back.
Organizers of the 17th Annual Walk for Life West Coast in San Francisco Jan. 23 expected hundreds of attendees this year, figuring concerns about COVID-19 and political unrest would keep pro-lifers away.
Over 40 top professionals from multiple fields came together for a virtual conference in mid-January to discuss how to live together in unity and promote the common good.