To conclude a video message announcing the U.S. bishops’ conference’s new mental health campaign, Archbishop Borys Gudziak closed with a message for anyone who is suffering a mental health challenge or has a loved one in that situation: “I want you to know we are with you.
As parents around the country recently moved their children into dorm rooms for their first year of college, many might wonder how their sons or daughters will do academically or fit in socially, but another question some are asking is if their children will stick with the faith tradition they were raised in.
Multiple leaders among the U.S. Catholic bishops came together earlier this week to encourage lawmakers to explore online protections for children, and now the bishops are encouraging Catholics nationwide to do the same.
A U.S. bishop said the Federal Drug Administration should reject a unanimous vote by a panel of advisers May 10 recommending that it allow a birth control pill to be sold over the counter without a doctor’s prescription.
The chairman of the U.S. bishops’ Committee on Laity, Marriage, Family Life and Youth said he was “gravely disappointed” by the U.S. Senate’s passage of the Respect for Marriage Act.
Following the untimely death on Sunday of Los Angeles basketball superstar Kobe Bryant, the city’s Catholic archbishop offered prayers and condolences to his family.