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Have the Bishops Become Tea Party Republicans?

Deal W. Hudson
November 24, 2014

“Since most of the Catholics in Congress are both Democrat and pro-abortion it will be a hard sell, and the dissident Catholics in Congress are not used to getting the hard sell from USCCB lobbyists.” 592 more words


Why Catholics Will Not Get Abortion Out of the Health Care Bill

Deal W. Hudson
Published August 3, 2009

The Congress and the White House have little to fear from the bishops’ official statements opposing the abortion provisions in the health care bill. 848 more words


U.S. cardinal to the undocumented: you can 'come out of the shadows'

The vice president of the U.S. bishops’ conference has said that charitable immigration reform must address the needs of both legal and illegal immigrants, encouraging the latter to come forward and receive help. 827 more words


Does the USCCB Understand Subsidiarity?

Deal W. Hudson
Published January 3, 2011

The plan of House Republicans to read the Constitution aloud on January 6, the second day of the 112th Congress, has provoked jeering from the liberal media. 733 more words


USCCB Migration chairman welcomes Obama Administration announcement of relief for immigrant families

President cites urgent pastoral need for a more humane view of immigrants
Action keeps families together and protects children
Migrants are brothers and sisters to be welcomed, respected and loved… 325 more words


USCCB Secretariat on Cultural Diversity in the Church to assess the pastoral needs of Asian and Pacific Island Catholics in the United States

In the coming months, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ (USCCB) Subcommittee on Asian and Pacific Island Affairs and the Secretariat of Cultural Diversity in the Church will conduct a nationwide assessment of the pastoral needs of Asian and Pacific Island Catholics. 366 more words


USCCB chairmen welcome FCC chairman’s proposal to permanently raise funding for program assisting Catholic Schools with Broadband Internet Access

Two U.S. bishops applauded a proposal by the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission that would help provide sustainable broadband capacity to Catholic schools. In a November 18 letter, Archbishop George J. 312 more words