- Jan 28, 2020
A U.S. archbishop has called on the international community to renew a commitment to peace in the wake of Turkey’s incursion into Syria.
Amid rising tensions between the United States and Iran, Archbishop Timothy P. Broglio of the U.S. Archdiocese for the Military Services called on President Donald Trump’s administration to seek “sustained dialogue … to de-escalate the current situation that is a danger to both the region and the world.”
Days after the Trump administration announced it was placing new restrictions on U.S. travel to Cuba, a U.S. archbishop issued a criticism of the policy, saying the transformation of the island — and the survival of the Church there — depends on outside contact.
Antinuclear activists from the Cold War-era are seeking help from a younger generation to put an end to nuclear weapons.
Archbishop Timothy Broglio, chairman of the U.S. bishops’ conference international justice and peace committee, has expressed his unease at the United States’ decision to withdraw from a Reagan-era nuclear arms treaty.