Grant your faithful, we pray, almighty God, the resolve to run forth to meet your Christ. Christmas is coming; the race is on – shopping, baking, cleaning, decorating, socializing. Most of us run around a lot this time of year; but toward whom are we running – the Christ child or the
Catholic advocates in Pennsylvania have been growing in number and becoming agents for change in laws that respect life, support Catholic education, uphold religious liberty and more. As Catholics we have a moral obligation to get involved with the public debate. When we fulfill this
As Catholics, we are called to be conscientious citizens. We must take an active role in the public policy debate by speaking out to defend the dignity and rights of all.The PCC invites you to become part of a grassroots advocacy network that will provide information and education abo
Take action and send an e-mail message to your state legislators on the latest issues through the Pennsylvania Catholic Advocacy Network. Or get your legislators’ contact information so you can visit their offices, call, fax or write a letter.
The United States Catholic Catechism for Adults (U. S. Conference of Catholic Bishops 2006) states, “Catholics must participate in political life and bring to bear upon it – by their voice and their vote – what they have learned about human nature, human destiny, and God’s will for hu