The U.S. bishops had a day of closed-door meetings in Baltimore on Thursday and are now headed back to their dioceses.
It was a busy week, where some headlines were made.
Here’s a recap:
- The bishops elected a new President and Vice President.
- They helped three American women get one step closer to sainthood.
- They unveiled some new plans for a pilgrimage to the Eucharistic Congress.
And, in this midterm election year, the bishops discussed how they can guide Catholics when they hit the polls.
National Correspondent for The Tablet and Crux, John Lavenburg has been with the bishops all week in Baltimore. He joins Currents News to break down the week.