For a bill to become a law in Pennsylvania, it must pass through a political process that is more challenging than merely following the legislative procedures. PCC’s Communications Director, Amy Hill, explains how a bill really becomes a law in this audio clip. [audio:https://w
“I’m just a bill and I’m sitting here on Capitol Hill.” If you are of a certain generation, you probably learned about the legislative process from this memorable cartoon jingle. How a bill becomes a law is one of the basic lessons everyone learns in youth.
The Catholic Church faces an urgent call to evangelize the new “digital continent” of social media, according to a presentation to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) at their annual Fall General Assembly. Bishop Ronald Herzog of Alexandria, Louisiana, a member of
St. Thomas More was an enormously successful lawyer, diplomat, statesman and writer in the 16th century. This courageous saint was beheaded for standing up for his religious beliefs against the English rule. He lived – and gave his life – for the truth.
As part of an effort to educate citizens about candidates and their positions on issues important to Catholic voters, the Pennsylvania Catholic Conference (PCC) sent a questionnaire to candidates for statewide office to give them the opportunity to make their positions known on key is
Read the responses of candidates for U.S. Senator and governor to PCC’s election questionnaire and the latest legislative update in the Fall 2010 edition of PCC’s Viewpoint newsletter. PLEASE NOTE: The most up-to-date election information is posted in the Faith & Polit
The staff of the Pennsylvania Catholic Conference (PCC) sat down with the two candidates for U.S. Senator and the two candidates for Pennsylvania governor to discuss their positions on issues of concern to Catholics. As part of a statewide effort to educate people about candidates, th