“Bishop Robert McElroy, Bishop of San Diego, will give an important lecture to kick-off the election year. The Bishop will lay out the moral parameters and principles we should consider in deciding for whom and for what to vote. This timely lecture will initiate a year of important discussion as we determine the future of our country and world.”
The above comes from a press release from the University of San Diego, which announces the lecture on Thurs., Feb. 6 at 4-5 pm in the Kroc Institute theater.
A Jan. 31 story from Church Militant pointed out that McElroy:
– once called faithful Catholics opposing homosexual behavior a “cancer” in the Church
– at the U.S. bishops meeting in November, said that abortion should not be considered the “preeminent” issue of our time
– at a June 2019 conference on the environment, said we in the U.S. “have rejected the only realistic pathways that have emerged to heal our broken planet”