Bishop Advisory Committee

To have an even better understanding of how to best serve the Church and respond to emerging needs, Leadership Roundtable has established an advisory committee of U.S. bishops.

Consisting of bishops who represent the breadth of the Church in the United States, the Bishop Advisory Committee provides advice to  Leadership Roundtable’s board and executive leadership, but does not have a governing or directive role. Leadership Roundtable created the committee to both tap the wisdom of the bishops and to offer an opportunity for bishops to further build collegiality and have candid conversations about matters of importance. 

The Bishop Advisory Committee consists of 13 members who have been asked to assist with the following:

  • To read the signs of the times and identify critical leadership and management priorities facing dioceses and the Church in the United States.
  • To provide frank and even critical advice and feedback on Leadership Roundtable activities and plans for best serving dioceses.
  • To interact with lay experts on a variety of temporal topics.
  • To serve as ambassadors, to champion and promote Leadership Roundtable’s mission and its resources.


Archbishop Borys Gudziak

Archbishop Hebda

Archbishop Lori

Archbishop Rozanski

Bishop Bartchak

Bishop Biegler

Bishop Caggiano

Bishop Cepeda

Bishop Christensen

Bishop Knestout

Bishop McKnight

Bishop Scharfenberger

Bishop Toups

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