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USCCB General Assembly - 2015 November


November 16-19 in Baltimore

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) will gather for their annual Fall General Assembly, November 16-19, in Baltimore. 

Monitor this page for the latest USCCB news releases, the agenda, speeches, action item and election results, the live stream and video on-demand. 

Coverage from Catholic News Service.

USCCB News Releases

Pope Francis Sends Letter Commending USCCB’s Collection for the Church in Latin America in Honor of Collection’s 50th Anniversary
Bishops Vote on Pastoral Statement on Pornography, Faithful Citizenship, Revise Strategic Priorities at General Assembly
Bishops Approve Formal Statement, ‘Create in Me a Clean Heart: A Pastoral Response to Pornography’
U.S. Bishops Vote for New Conference Treasurer, USCCB Committee Chairmen, CRS Board Members
Bishops’ Migration Chair: U.S. Should Welcome Syrian Refugees, Work For Peace
Bishops’ Administrative Committee Voices Solidarity in Wake of Paris Attacks, Pledges Prayers for the Suffering, Support for Peace
U.S. Bishops’ Fall General Assembly to be Live Streamed, Live Tweeted, Carried via Satellite, use #USCCB15 Hashtag
Bishops to Vote on New Introductory Note, Limited Revisions to ‘Faithful Citizenship’ Document at General Assembly
U.S. Bishops To Meet November 16-19 in Baltimore, Address Conference Priorities, Statement on Political Responsibility
Bishops to Vote on Formal Statement on Pornography at November General Assembly
U.S. Bishops To Vote for Conference Treasurer-Elect, Chairmen-Elect of Six Committees at Fall General Assembly in Baltimore


General Assembly 2015 Fall Meeting
U.S. bishops at the General Assembly 2015 Fall Meeting held in Baltimore. The meeting opens with a statement on religious persecution.

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