Catholic Current – Week of November 3, 2022
Four committee chairmen called on Congress to be in “radical solidarity” with women and babies. Read their letter to policymakers (pdf) and the related story from Catholic News Service.
November is Black Catholic History Month. Related resources and information about the six African American men and women on the road to sainthood: https://www.usccb.org/committees/african-american-affairs/road-sainthood-leaders-african-descent
The USCCB Fall Plenary Assembly will take place November 14-17. More information about the event, votes, and live stream: https://www.usccb.org/news/2022/us-bishops-meet-nov-14-17-baltimore-will-elect-new-usccb-president-vice-president
The Pope celebrated Mass on All Souls’ Day and prayed for the cardinals and bishops who have died in the past year. Read the related CNS story.