Interview: Bishop Stowe wants the USCCB to take Pope Francis’ priorities seriously
The election Archbishop Timothy Broglio to lead the conference suggested to Bishop Stowe that “we’re definitely not going to be going in the direction of Pope Francis any more than we have, and that’s unfortunate.”
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With several of his cousins and their children and grandchildren present, Pope Francis celebrated Mass in the Asti cathedral, giving a nod to his family roots and drawing people’s attention to the root of Christian faith: the cross of Jesus.
Christian leaders should “be courageous and search together” for a solution that will bring a common celebration of Easter every year, the pope said.
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