Members of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) will gather for the 2024 Spring Plenary Assembly in Louisville, Kentucky June 12-14.

Assembly Proceedings:

Public sessions of the assembly on June 13 and 14 will be livestreamed:

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The plenary will begin with an address by the Papal Nuncio to the United States, Cardinal Christophe Pierre. The bishops will hear from Archbishop Timothy P. Broglio of the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA, president of the USCCB. Prior to the public sessions, the bishops will spend time in prayer and fraternal dialogue with one another.

What will the U.S. bishops’ agenda include?

A full schedule is anticipated including the following:

During the plenary, the bishops will receive updates on various issues and initiatives. The meeting agenda is not yet finalized and therefore, subject to change. However, it is expected to include updates on: the Committee on Migration; the bishops’ national mental health campaign; the Synod on Synodality; the Task Force for a National Directory for Instituted Ministries; the National Eucharistic Revival and the National Eucharistic Congress; and the National Review Board. The bishops will also hold a consultation on opening the cause for beatification and canonization of Adele Brise (OSV News). View the complete public session agenda.

Votes are expected on a number of action items including:

They will also be reflecting on positioning the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) for the future.

View/download Public Session Agenda – coming soon!

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