In keeping with its decades-long tradition, the Pennsylvania Catholic Conference (PCC) has published election resources to inform Catholics about a wide range of issues before the November 6 elections. “The Catholic Church regards voting and civic engagement as a moral responsibility,
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) sharply criticized a new HHS “preventive services” mandate requiring private health plans to cover female surgical sterilization and all drugs and devices approved by the FDA as contraceptives, including drugs which can attac
On February 23, 2011, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops issued the following from Anthony R. Picarello, Jr. of the Office of General Counsel: “Marriage has been understood for millennia and across cultures as the union of one man and one woman. Today, the President has
Most people understand at an elementary level how a bill becomes a law and how the judicial system governs our daily lives, but an often-ignored source of law are rules and regulations that stem from the executive authority of the president or a governor. While the Church is vigilant
We live in a remarkable time. The amount of information at our fingertips about the upcoming election for president is amazing. Type “Barack Obama” or “John McCain” into your favorite internet search engine, you get at least 70 million hits each for candidate.