Editor's Notebook — Nov. 14 Good morning!

Here are some headlines to get your day started:

At the conclusion of their fall meeting last evening, the U.S. Catholic bishops released this statement on their ongoing fight against the HHS mandate.

Newly elected USCCB president says he's rooted in simple values.

A leader of Caritas in the Philippines calls the damage from Super Typhoon Haiyan "unimaginable." Read our editorial here.

As talk about Common Core standards grows, we've got the full story.

An Italian prosecutor warns that Pope Francis may be in danger from the mob.

According to Minnesota Public Radio, police are investigating new evidence of allegations of clergy sexual abuse in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis.

A debate over ads at a Catholic school have spawned a public conversation about "faith versus feminism."

And in his homily this morning, could Pope Francis have given a hint as to where the Vatican is leaning on Medjugorje?

Have a great day!

Gretchen R. Crowe is editor of OSV Newsweekly.