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USCCB affirms pope’s description of surrogacy as turning a child into ‘an object of trafficking’

Pope Francis told diplomats Jan. 8 that he finds surrogacy "deplorable" and would like to see the practice universally banned.
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Bishops’ assembly sees abortion ‘pre-eminent’ in faithful citizenship, mental health, evangelization 

Excitement about the impacts of the National Eucharistic Revival in local dioceses, support for the nomination of St. John Henry Newman as a doctor of the church, and the approval of supplements to the bishops' teaching document on "Faithful Citizenship" ...
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U.S. bishops open fall assembly with prayer, reflection and a Mass for peace

Archbishop Timothy P. Broglio of the U.S. Archdiocese for the Military Services, who is president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, led his brother bishops in prayer for wisdom as they began their fall plenary assembly in Baltimore Nov. ...
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Two U.S bishops launch National Catholic Mental Health Campaign and novena amid crisis

(OSV News) — Two U.S. bishops have launched the National Catholic Mental Health Campaign, amid a global crisis in mental health and a decline in mental health resources in the U.S. The campaign was announced Oct. 10 to coincide with World ...
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The House Speaker race over, here’s what Catholics can expect from the next Congress 

WASHINGTON (OSV News) — Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., was elected Speaker of the House Jan. 7 after a tumultuous process that stretched across the first week of the new term. The 118th Congress began in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 3, ...
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