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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. 

Call to Action also met this weekend and Franciscan Fr. Richard Rohr opened the conference. Also, a panel of young adult Catholics discussed their search for community and identity.

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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