In today's Catholic Daily Roundup, top stories include the issues that did well this election cycle, what's in store for the next two years in Washington, and Pope Francis' vision for bishops.
"To love God and neighbor is not something abstract, but profoundly concrete: it means seeing in every person and face of the lord to be seres, to serve him concretely. And you are, dear brothers and sisters, in the face of Jesus" --Pope Francis
Today's Mass Readings: "I tell you, in just the same way there will be more joy in heaven over one sinner who repents than over ninety-nine righteous people who have no need of repentance" (Luke 15: 1-10)
After the Election:
- The GOP came out on top this midterm cycle, some argue with special help.
- Take a look at the issues that did well, and what this week's election could mean for 2016.
- With a Republican Senate, what options does Obama have for the next two years?
Pope Francis News:
- Francis attempts to clarify any ambiguity around his power to fire bishops.
- Find out which process Pope Francis calls, "so long and burdensome, they don't favor [justice], and people give up."
- Pope Francis says, "every bishop must have Jesus as his model and guide, who, as the good shepherd, 'came not to be served, but to see,' and gave his life for his flock."
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