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The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops is meeting this week and so far, Archbishop Christophe Pierre asked the bishops to walk with young people; Archbishop Joseph Kurtz had his final address as president; and the bishops supported a statement urging protection of migrants. There is much more to come, so follow all of the news here.
In other news, columnist Mariam Williams acknowledges her disappointment, a panel at Georgetown University spoke of the 'forgotten' that propelled Trump to victory and Muslim Americans reassure their children. You can keep up with all of the post-election news here.
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- Ontario sisters answer call, welcome Syrian refugees in Canada
- Q & A with Sr. Kate Kuenstler, advising the laity when their parishes face closure
- Islam, Christianity: We are sisters and brothers
In other news around the web:
- Trump says same-sex marriage law is settled, abortion isn't
- While Mormons nationally stuck with Trump, in Utah he lagged
- Many in Washington region turn to church for answers, hope with Trump administration
- Hijab-wearing student threatened with being set on fire
- American Nazi Party literature shows up in Montana
- In troubled Newark archdiocese, hoping its new leader is a pastor, not a prince
- No one knows what Trump will mean for the Middle East, not even Trump
- 'Products of the soil': Identity crisis in an Indian Catholic church
- Will Steve Bannon be the anti-Semitic firebrand in Trump's inner circle?
- List of gay Church of England clergy published
- Trump protestors target Dallas' First Baptist Church
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