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U.S. bishops’ Labor Day statement calls for economy that works for all

The “present ills of our economy” invite Catholics to reflect on ways to propose new and creative responses to vital human needs in a post-pandemic world, said Archbishop Paul S. Coakley of Oklahoma City, chairman of the U.S. bishops’ Committee on Domestic Justice and Human Development, in the U.S. bishops’ annual Labor Day.

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Synod small groups: focused on our future

My niece recently headed back to college. The State Fairgrounds gates open the day this paper arrives in homes. These are among the signs that the long-awaited fall 2021 is coming quickly. I say long-awaited because life in our parishes and schools, we pray, will be back to a new normal after Labor Day. Soon thereafter the Synod Parish Consultation Process with Small Groups will begin at each parish. Archbishop Hebda has repeatedly shared how he views it as providential that we will emerge from the strange past 18 months journeying together as an archdiocese, focused on our shared future, through the Synod Small Groups.

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