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Category: USCCB fall assembly

Eastern Church has lessons on synodality for the West, archbishop says

BALTIMORE — Between COVID-19, secularization and polarization, Archeparch Borys Gudziak of the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Philadelphia, has plenty of reasons to feel gloom. Yet, during the past year, he chose instead to “surrender” himself to God, daily saying the prayer of surrender: “Jesus, I surrender my life to you, […]

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CRS stresses unity in its efforts to serve people around the world

Catholic Relief Services has demonstrated how it has worked with other Catholic agencies as “one church” to respond to debilitating humanitarian crises around the world, CRS leaders told U.S. bishops gathered for their fall general assembly.

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Bishops encouraged to be creative as synodal process begins

The synodal process the church is entering into is meant to show that “no one is unimportant in this time of listening,” Bishop Daniel E. Flores of Brownsville, Texas, told his fellow bishops gathered for their annual fall general assembly.

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Prelates walk in solidarity with abuse victims on last day of bishops’ meeting

Before Thursday’s executive session to close the U.S. Bishops Conference fall plenary a group of U.S. prelates gathered in the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront hotel lobby, pinned on a blue ribbon, and walked in solidarity with child sexual abuse survivors.

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