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U.S. Bishops invite Catholics to take part in ‘9 Days for...

WASHINGTON -- The 10th annual "9 Days for Life" novena, sponsored by the U.S. bishops' Committee on Pro-Life Activities, takes place this year from...

Chairman of the USCCB’s Committee of Justice and Peace accepts pledge...

CLEVELAND -- The chairman of the U.S. bishops' Committee on International Justice and Peace welcomed a pledge by five nuclear powers to prevent the...

What the bishops had to say on the Eucharist: Richard Doerflinger

On Nov. 17, the assembled Catholic bishops of the United States overwhelmingly approved "The Mystery of the Eucharist in the Life of the Church"...

Visiting Jerusalem reminds us faith can be strengthened by envisioning the...

Any Christian who goes to Jerusalem will come away inspired by the experience of visiting a city where Jesus walked. Of course, as with all...

U.S. Bishops ask Catholics to ‘pray a novena for religious liberty’...

SALT LAKE CITY -- The U.S. bishops have urged Catholics to pray a novena for religious liberty in the nine days leading up to...

Bishops need prayers as they weigh future of life in local...

This editorial "Don't forget to pray for our bishops as they meet in Baltimore" published online Nov. 2 by Our Sunday Visitor, a national...

Helping us to truly understand the meaning of the Eucharist —...

At their fall meeting, the U.S. bishops will have a chance to review, amend and vote on a draft statement titled "The Mystery of...

Resources for the Month of the Rosary from the USCCB

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has resources for those looking to have a more full experience while praying the Rosary, or those...

In letter to Sec. of State Anthony Blinken, USCCB urges U.S....

WASHINGTON -- The chairman of U.S. bishops' committee dealing with international affairs has called on the United States to move toward preventing a modern-day...

U.S. Bishops Labor Day statement: Now is time to “build a...

WASHINGTON  -- The "present ills of our economy" invite Catholics to reflect on ways to propose new and creative responses to vital human needs...

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