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USCCB General Assembly - 2014 November

 

November 2014 USCCB General Assembly

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) 2014 Fall General Assembly will take place in Baltimore November 10-13.  You can access links to live video of the public sessions, related USCCB news releases and coverage from Catholic News Service on this page. Links to the agenda, speeches, votes and other material  will be posted in the right hand column of this page.

USCCB News Releases 

Bishops to Vote on Proposal to Revise ‘Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services’ at November Meeting
 
Bishops Assembly To Vote On Liturgical Items At November Meeting
 
U.S. Bishops to Vote for Conference Secretary-Elect, Chairmen-Elect of Five USCCB Committees at General Assembly in Baltimore
 
U.S. Bishops To Meet November 10-13 in Baltimore, Hear Address of Archbishop Kurtz, Celebrate 225th Anniversary of Archdiocese

LATEST NEWS & CNS COVERAGE 

Liturgical items top agenda at USCCB general meeting in Baltimore

By Mark Pattison Catholic News Service

WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Liturgical matters will take center stage on the agenda of action items at the fall general meeting of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, to be held Nov. 10-13 in Baltimore.

There will be five liturgical items up for consideration. All are subject to amendments from bishops. All but one require approval of two-thirds of the bishops, followed by final approval from the Vatican.

Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz of Louisville, Kentucky, who is president of the USCCB, will deliver his first presidential address. He was elected to a three-year term last November. As is customary, Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, apostolic nuncio to the United States, also will address the assembly.

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