Faith and Politics

PCC interviews with statewide candidates

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
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PCC mourns loss of Archbishop Schott

The Pennsylvania Catholic Conference (PCC) is saddened by the news that Metropolitan Basil M. Schott, Archbishop of the Archeparchy of Pittsburgh, died on Thursday, June 10, 2010.  He will be laid to rest next week.
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2010 PA Primary Election Results (unofficial)

The unofficial results of yesterday’s primary election are posted on the Pennsylvania Department of State website. The following statewide candidates won their party’s nod for the general election in November.
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Get to know the candidates Primary Election May 18, 2010

As part of a statewide effort to educate people 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
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A Pennsylvania primary election primer

Tuesday, May 18, 2010, is primary election day in Pennsylvania.
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Primary election edition – Viewpoint Spring 2010

Read the responses of candidates for U.S. Senator and governor to PCC’s election questionnaire and the latest legislative update in the Spring 2010 edition of PCC’s Viewpoint newsletter. PLEASE NOTE: The most up-to-date election information is posted in the Faith & Pol
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April 1 is Census Day

If you haven’t mailed back your Census Questionnaire, please do it today! Census data determine how more than $400 billion in Federal funds are distributed to communities each year. Mailing back a questionnaire is cheap, but in-person enumeration is expensive: if everyone across
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Internship opportunity at the PCC

Pennsylvania Catholic Conference (PCC) in Harrisburg, PA is seeking an intern for the spring, summer or fall term.
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Counting all Pennsylvanians: 2010 U.S. CENSUS

Every election year the Pennsylvania Catholic Conference (PCC) encourages people to register to vote and cast their ballot. Every vote matters and PCC reminds Catholics particularly that “the Church’s obligation to participate in shaping the moral character of society is a requirement
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