domenica 28 novembre 2021

Stati Uniti
U.S. Bishops’ Fall Assembly Gets a ‘Boost’ From Face-to-Face Meetings

(John Lavenburg -
The annual fall meeting of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) in Baltimore came and went last week without controversy and with renewed camaraderie among the nation’s Church leaders. Bishops said the in-person nature of this year’s meeting, which had been impossible since 2019, paid dividends both for fellowship and accomplishment. Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, of Brooklyn, called it a “boost.” “Many of the bishops are by themselves, and they don’t see other bishops that often, but when we get a chance to come together, old friendships, people who were on committees together, they see one another and it’s a great time,” Bishop DiMarzio said. (...)