In today's Catholic Daily Roundup, top stories include the executive action announcement and what it means for both parties, last nights shooting at FSU and what the future looks like for the Keystone Pipeline bill.
"We must care for our sister the Earth, our Mother Earth, so that she does not respond with destruction" -- Pope Francis
Today's Reading: "For the Lord takes delight in his people, he honors the poor with victory." (Psalms 149:4)
In the News:
- Obama has plans to announce executive action on immigration reform tonight at 8 PM EST, some wonder what this could mean for both political parties.
- At Florida State University last night, a gunman open fired into the library wounding 3 people.
- The Keystone Pipeline failed to pass by a narrow margin this week, but this Senator says they will be ready to vote again and pass the bill in January when the GOP is running the senate.
Pope Francis and church News:
- Only a month after the Extraordinary Synod came to a close, the Vatican is already sending out documents to help prepare for 2015.
- Cardinal Sean O'Malley reflects on his '60 minutes' interview.
- Pope Francis speaks again for the hungry, critiquing the global market system.
- And back in September the USCCB sent a letter to Obama supporting his steps on executive action for immigration reform.
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