The Unites States Conference of Catholic Bishops clarified its position on giving politicians who support abortion communion by saying a recent vote does not mean a “national policy” to deny them.
President of the Reagan Foundation and son of former President Ronald Reagan said Monday that it is a good thing to see some Catholic bishops standing up against President Joe Biden’s pro-choice stand on abortion.
President Joe Biden went to church Saturday in his hometown a day after U.S. Roman Catholic bishops issued a challenge to him over his support for abortion rights.
U.S. Catholic bishops approved the drafting of a “teaching document” that many of them hope will rebuke Catholic politicians, including President Joe Biden, for receiving Communion despite their support for abortion rights.
U.S. Roman Catholic bishops are due this week to discuss whether politicians, including President Joe Biden, should receive Communion while supporting abortion and LGBTQ rights, a debate that has divided the clergy and laid bare…
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops this week are expected to discuss if pro-choice Catholic politicians should be able to receive Holy Communion. The topic has received renewed attention in the past year because President…
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops posted a rebuke on Twitter this week to President Joe Biden’s Jan. 28 executive order that repeals an order by former President Donald Trump restricting aid to agencies providing abortions overseas.
They share Roman Catholicism as a faith and California as their home base. Yet there’s a deep gulf between Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco and Bishop Robert McElroy of San Diego in the high-stakes…
Some U.S. bishops are advising Roman Catholics to avoid the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, saying it is immoral because aborted human tissue is used in its manufacture.
The president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops condemned Wednesday’s siege at the Capitol and said “we must recommit ourselves to the values and principles of our democracy.”…
The Catholic Bishops of Minnesota have written an open letter announcing the resumption of public Masses as of May 26, in defiance of lockdown restrictions set by the state’s Democrat governor Tim Walz.
The German bishops conference has dismissed a warning by high-ranking Church figures that the coronavirus crisis has furnished a pretext for government overreach and the squelching of liberties.
The French Catholic bishops have approved the removal of references to the sex of parents on children’s baptismal registry forms.
Los Angeles archbishop José Gomez has issued a New Year statement condemning violence committed in God’s name such as the beheading of Christians by jihadists in Nigeria last week.
Bishops from the U.S. and Mexico held a highly political Mass at the border separating their two countries on Saturday morning, insisting in a statement that “there is no ‘us’ and ‘them.’”