November 14-16 in Baltimore

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) will gather for their annual Fall General Assembly, November 14-16, 2016, in Baltimore, Maryland. 

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

“We are with You” Say U.S. Bishops in Calling Elected Officials and Americans to Work Together to Welcome Refugees and Immigrants Without Sacrificing Core Values, Security
Bishops Vote on New USCCB/MRS Chairman, Extending Retirement Fund for Religious, Permanent Subcommittee on the Church in Africa, at General Assembly
U.S. Bishops Discuss Ways the Church in America Can Assist Persecuted Christians in the Middle East During Fall General Assembly
Bishops Approve Canonical Step for Sainthood Causes
Obispos estadounidenses lanzan proceso nacional misionero y de consulta con católicos latinos
U.S. Bishops to Launch Nationwide Consultation and Missionary Effort with Latino Catholics
Cardinal DiNardo Elected USCCB President of U.S. Bishops, Archbishop Gomez Elected Vice President.
Bishops Vote on 2017-2020 Strategic Plan, Encountering the Mercy of Christ and Accompanying His People with Joy, at General Assembly
Chairman of USCCB Special Task Force Reports on Findings and Recommendations Aimed at Healing and Lasting Peace in our Communities
U.S. Bishops to Concelebrate Mass at St. Peter Claver During Fall General Assembly
USCCB President and Vice President Candidate List Released; Elections will take place at Fall General Assembly in Baltimore
U. S. Bishops to Vote for Chairmen-Elect of Five Committees at Fall General Assembly in Baltimore, Nov. 14-16.
U.S. Bishops to Meet November 14-16 in Baltimore; Address from Archbishop Kurtz, election of new USCCB president, report from Peace in Our Communities task force.


Bishops praying at the USCCB General Assembly 2016 November
U.S. bishops at the General Assembly 2016 Fall Meeting held in Baltimore. The bishops in opening prayer at the beginning of the afternoon session.