WASHINGTON (USCCB) - Archbishop Wenski reiterates Pope Francis' call for an inclusive economy; Says college debt, lack of stable jobs keeping young people from starting families; Calls for increased solidarity, more and better jobs, immigration reform
WASHINGTON–Today, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced that it is issuing an additional set of interim final rules to implement its requirement that health plans, including employer-sponsored plans, provide for sterilization, contraception, and drugs that can cause an abortion. In response, Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz of Louisville, Kentucky, president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), provided the following statement:
Each election cycle, the Florida Conference of Catholic Bishops conducts the Candidate Questionnaire Project to assist Catholics and the broader community with the obligation to become informed voters.
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Statement from the Florida Conference of Catholic Bishops in response to the ruling by Judge Robert L. Hinkle in the consolidated cases of Brenner v. Scott and Grimsley v. Scott
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Guidance for pastors and parishes as they facilitate the involvement of the faithful in appropriate election related activities.
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