About the U.S. bishops meeting in June 2019

AUSCP asks the U.S. Bishops: CLICK HERE

Bishops in Baltimore vote for three accountability measures. Read USCCB Release HERE

Bishops approve revised Catechism wording on Death Penalty. READ HERE

Bishops move forward on third party reporting of abuse allegations against bishops. READ HERE

USCCB: the basics. There are 441 active and retired Catholic bishops who oversee 196 Latin- and Eastern-rite dioceses and archdioceses and one "personal ordinariate" (for former Anglican groups and clergy in the United States who became Catholic) in the United States and U.S. Virgin Islands. This includes 15 cardinals: six who lead archdioceses, five who are retired and four in other positions. More from NCR

What’s on the bishops’ agenda: The bishops will discuss and vote on bishop accountability measures to respond to the abuse crisis and will also hear reports from the National Advisory Council and an annual progress report by the National Review Board. The bishops will also discuss and vote on the National Directory for the Formation, Ministry, and Life of Permanent Deacons in the United States (2nd edition). News release from the USCCB

The must-do agenda for the bishops: OPINION by Michael Sean Winters

Conservatives still rule U.S. bishops’ conference. Report by Heidi Schlumpf in NCR