A year and a half after the Vatican ordered the main representative group of U.S. Catholic sisters to place itself under the control of three U.S. bishops, many sister-leaders still consider complete compliance with the order ‘unacceptable,’ the head of the largest order of sisters in the Western Hemisphere said Thursday (Aug. 2). By Joshua J. McElwee, National Catholic Reporter
Read McElwee’s entire article, “Key U.S. Sister: Vatican’s LCWR Order ‘Unacceptable,'” by clicking here. McElwee also reports today that Archbishop J. Peter Sartain, whom the Vatican appointed to oversee U.S. sisters, will attend LCWR’s 2013 General Assembly, which takes place Aug. 13-16 in Orlando, Florida — Vatican-Appointed Overseer to Attend LCWR Gathering.
As LCWR 2013 General Assembly Approaches, Key U.S. Sister Says Vatican’s Order Is ‘Unacceptable’