Bishop George V. Murry

Birthday: 28 December 1948
Education:

Bachelor’s in Philosophy – St. Mary’s Seminary, Baltimore, MD
Masters of Divinity – Jesuit School of Theology, Berkeley, CA
Doctorate in American Cultural History – George Washington University, Washington, D.C.

Ordination: 9 June 1979
Episcopate: 20 March 1995
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Bishop George V. Murry on the Issues

Viganò testimony

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  • In a letter to his diocese, Bishop Murry urged the Holy See to create a Truth and Reconciliation Commission to investigate the allegations made against ex-Cardinal McCarrick. Murry also wrote that “all Church-related lay people, priests or bishops” who have sexually abused anyone “should immediately resign from ministry.” In addition, Murray stated that any priest or bishop who engaged in the cover-up of McCarrick’s actions “should be removed from office.” (Catholic Diocese of Youngstown)

Amoris Laetitia

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Pro-life leadership

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  • In 2011, Bishop Murry celebrated the Diocese of Youngstown’s Mass for Life. In his homily, Murry stated that “promoting and protection of life” must be our priority because “the life and dignity of the human person are fundamental to the formation of a just society.” (The Catholic Exponent)

Homosexuality

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Abortion politics

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Contraception

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“LGBT” ideology

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  • Bishop Murry added his name to a statement released by the pro-life, pro-family Colson Center for Christian Worldview in 2016. The statement opposed civil protections for “gender identity” and affirmed that people “are created male and female” and that “the family is the wellspring of human flourishing.” (LifeSiteNews)

Liturgy

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Marriage and Family Life

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Education

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