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bishop's copy of the document, Archbishop Daniel Buechlein, chair of the USCCB Committee on Catechesis, suggested that "consideration be given to consulting with high school religion department chairs and teachers" (personal communication, 1 April 2005).
Though her verdict (rightly, to my mind) falls more positively on Hehir's perspective and the NETWORK and USCCB approaches, she recognizes the many positive elements to Baxter and Pax Christi.
Delisle, a spokesman for the Diocese of Worcester, said the USCCB has issued several statements on the Iraqi conflict.
They suggest convening educational, business, and community leaders, leaders of Catholic colleges and universities, the Committee on Education of the USCCB, and the National Catholic Educational Association, all of whom are in positions to create and influence the vision and then, without delay, act on it.
Since then, Bishop Gregory has further proven his leadership ability by serving on and chairing many important USCCB committees.
The Catholic Advocacy Portfolio, designed for HNW and institutional investors, seeks to match the performance of the broad equity market while meeting and exceeding the USCCB Guidelines through a combination of security screening and active corporate participation.
th] anniversary of Nostra Aetate, co-sponsored by the USCCB and Catholic University of America in Washington, D.
According to a press release from the bishops' conference, in February the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) instructed the USCCB to revise the ERDS' language "to ensure that Catholic health care institutions neither cooperate immorally with the unacceptable procedures conducted in other health care entities with which they may be connected," referring to agreements that are sometimes made in mergers with non-Catholic institutions.
Kathy Saile, director of the USCCB Office of Domestic 5ocial Development, responding jokingly to a question about how to talk to legislators about social issues (Feb.
Description of India ashram (hermitage), which Liz Gilbert (played by Julia Roberts) visits, in "Eat Pray Love" review by Media Review Office of USCCB published on its website, includes: "The unhealthy atmosphere of semi-idolatrous worship.
Indeed, if the USCCB could find a way, with the help of the Roundtable, to centralize the purchasing of health insurance for all church employees in the U.
Director of Planning and Information, USCCB Secretariat for Pro-Life Activities