Tag Archives: Missouri Catholic Conference

Missouri House votes to end abortion ‘sanctuaries’

The Missouri Catholic Conference is hailing legislation passed by the Missouri House of Representative that seeks to stop the creation of abortion “sanctuaries” in Missouri.

MCC Annual Assembly focuses on Mercy

The Missouri Catholic Conference, the public policy agency for the Catholic Church in Missouri, was founded in 1967 in response to the educational discrimination of parochial and private schools.

MCC 2016 Annual Assembly to focus on “Year of Mercy”

How can Catholic citizens better live out the virtue of mercy in today’s society?

Families still struggle 23 years after U.S. bishops’ challenge

How much have things changed since the U.S. bishops issued their pastoral, “Putting Children and Families First.”

World needs to give, seek forgiveness, speaker says

“I apologize” and “I forgive you.”

MCC Assembly will focus on challenges of families, marriage

Catholics from all corners of Missouri are invited to the state capitol Oct. 4 for the 19th annual Missouri Catholic Conference Assembly.

Religious liberty is in jeopardy, Archbishop Lori tells Missourians

Free exercise of religion, guaranteed by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, means much more than the right to attend worship services.

Legislature overrides Nixon’s veto of religious freedom bill

Every vote counts.

MCC Assembly: Priest lauds Civil War bishops

So how volatile was the climate in Missouri at the dawn of the Civil War?

MCC staff reports successes in the state legislature

MCC: Expect a bill to restrict late-term abortions to become law this year.

September 24, 2017
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph