USCCB Updates

Bishops from North America, Europe Call for Courage to Bring About Peace in the Holy Land

WASHINGTON—Calling for dialogue between Israeli and Palestinian leaders, representatives of Catholic bishops’ conferences from North America and Europe, including Bishop Gerald Kicanas of Tucson, Arizona, gathered in Jerusalem and appealed for “tolerance and

World Day For Consecrated Life Set For February 4-5 In U.S.

WASHINGTON—The 16th annual World Day for Consecrated Life will be observed in parishes in the United States the weekend of February 4-5.

Bishops from North America, Europe Call for Courage to Bring About Peace in the Holy Land

WASHINGTON—Calling for dialogue between Israeli and Palestinian leaders, representatives of Catholic bishops’ conferences from North America and Europe, including Bishop Gerald Kicanas of Tucson, Arizona, gathered in Jerusalem and appealed for “tolerance and

World Day For Consecrated Life Set For February 4-5 In U.S.

WASHINGTON—The 16th annual World Day for Consecrated Life will be observed in parishes in the United States the weekend of February 4-5.

Religious Leaders Join Together In Support Of Marriage, Religious Liberty

WASHINGTON—Leaders of some of the largest religious communities in the United States have joined together in an open letter to all Americans to voice their shared concern for marriage and religious freedom.

Bishops Hail Court Decision Upholding Religious Liberty

WASHINGTON—“It’s a great day for the First Amendment,” said Bishop William E. Lori of Bridgeport, Connecticut, chairman of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Ad Hoc Committee on Religious Liberty.