During the abortion debate, Strickland insisted abortion needed to remain the ‘preeminent’ issue for the USCCB
Outside the hotel where the U.S. bishops convened for their annual fall meeting, Bishop Joseph Strickland of Tyler, Texas led a group of more than two dozen pro-life Catholics in praying the rosary.
As a cold, damp wind blew off the harbor just a few steps away, Bishop Strickland knelt on the brick pavement, remaining on his knees the entire time as he sought God’s intervention to renew the Church.
With his rosary in hand, Bishop Joseph Coffey of the Archdiocese of the Military Services soon joined those gathered around Bishop Strickland and prayed.
“As we enter into these glorious mysteries, celebrating the glory of your Son, and celebrating your glory that is always a reflection of the glory of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, help us to turn from sin and share in the smallest glimpse of that glory, as you strengthen us to live the Truth of the Gospel,” began Bishop Strickland, introducing the Glorious Mysteries.
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