In partnership with the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), the PCC has posted a series of videos about our duty to act as faithful citizens. Topics discussed include pro life issues, immigration, religious liberty, civility in the public square, jobs and unemploymen
Today is Primary Election Day in Pennsylvania. We are voting for judicial and municipal candidates. Polls close at 8:00 pm. Exercise your faithful citizenship. VOTE! For information about polling places and election equipment, go to votesPA.com.
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
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
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
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
America’s Catholic Bishops remind us that, “in the Catholic tradition, responsible citizenship is a virtue; participation in the political process is a moral obligation. All believers are called to faithful citizenship, to become informed, active, and responsible participants in the p