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USCCB: International Conference Seeks to Enrich Ministry to Catholic Indigenous Populations

USCCB: National Migration Week Highlights “Overlooked Right” Not to Migrate

USCCB: Labor Day 2023 Statement Focuses on “Radical Solidarity” and Ongoing Support for the Well-Being of All Families

USCCB: Bishop Chairmen Issue Reflection on World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation and the Season of Creation

Adore Jesus’ Real Presence in the Eucharist, Pope Tells U.S. Catholics

Catholics need to recover a sense of awe and adoration before the Eucharist, knowing that it is "the real and loving presence of the Lord," Pope Francis told members of the committees organizing the National Eucharistic Revival and the National Eucharistic Congress in the United States.

‘Mary, Explained’ Series Addresses Marian Devotion in Arlington Diocese and Beyond

In preparation for its upcoming golden jubilee in 2024, the diocese has launched a three-year effort to prepare for the celebration. 

Congress Must Act Against Online Child Exploitation, U.S. Bishops Say

Congress must act to help prevent the exposure of children to online pornography and to combat online exploitation and abuse of children and other vulnerable people, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) said Wednesday.

Oklahoma Board Approves First Catholic Charter School in the Country

The Statewide Virtual Charter School Board voted 3-2 to approve St. Isidore of Seville Catholic Virtual School in a three-hour-long meeting.

Pope Francis Names Two New Auxiliary Bishops for San Diego Who Immigrated to US as Teens

Pope Francis on Tuesday appointed two new auxiliary bishops for San Diego who both immigrated to the U.S. as teenagers.

USCCB: U.S. Bishops’ President Asks Faithful to Pray for Pope Francis’ Speedy Recovery