The following statement regarding the separation of families upon entry at the U.S. border was released June 20, 2018: As Christians and Catholic religious leaders, our hearts are broken whenever our sisters and brothers suffer injustice. Many of us minister in border communities. We see the desperation of families fleeing violence and death in their… Read more »
We are moved by the anxiety and suffering of the Dreamers to escalate our accompaniment and our resistance to injustice, especially as the March 5th deadline approaches.
With the passing in Rome of the former Archbishop of Boston, Bernard Cardinal Law, the Major Superiors of Men of the United States again affirm their wholehearted support for the victims of sexual abuse by clergy and religious, and apologize for the sins and crimes of our brothers.
The NAC is an independent panel of nationally recognized experts who volunteer their time and which advises CMSM on all matters related to the protection of minors for religious institutes of men in and throughout the United States. Dr. Len Sperry will replace Dr. Kathleen McChesney as Chair and Steve Levatino will replace Dr. Rolando Diaz.
As Catholic religious leaders in the U.S., CMSM is sick with grief and disgust at the recent decision by the administration to put children and young people in abrupt uncertainty by ending DACA.
CMSM Media Release - Boycott Illegal Settlements - 3-30-2016
CMSM Media Release - Criminal Justice Reform - 11-17-2015
Media Release: CMSM National Assembly 2014 - 08-11-2014
CMSM Statement on Use of Chemical Weapons in Syria - 09-06-2013 (Media Release)
CMSM 2013 Assembly Media Release, 08-12-2013
Letter to Pope Francis, 03-14-2013
Letter to Pope Benedict XVI, 02-20-2013
CMSM Statement on Immigration Reform Proposals, 02-04-2013
CMSM 2012 Assembly Media Release, 08-06-2012
2012 CMSM Comments on the LCWR Situation, 06-08-2012
CMSM Media Release - Transition in Leadership, 03-19-2012