Bishop Oscar Cantú has served as the bishop of San Jose, California, since 2019. He is the chairman of the U.S. bishops' Subcommittee on Hispanic Affairs, and previously served as the bishop of Las Cruces, New Mexico, from 2013-18.

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As a bishop, I was skeptical about synodality. The Latin American church changed that.

Commentary: I must confess that I had concerns about Pope Francis' expressed desire that synodality be implemented at every level of the church's life. In Cuautitlán, my misgivings about synodality were dispelled.


The Paris Agreement and global solidarity

"What kind of hope do we have? The Paris Agreement is important because it deals with great suffering that has overtaken the world," write Bishops Oscar Cantu and Frank J. Dewane.