More than 1,000 Minnesota Catholics — including 73 from the Diocese of St. Cloud — came to St. Paul March 9 to deliver a heartfelt message to their elected representatives: “Catholic voices count!”
MCC supports efforts to expand school choice, oppose assisted suicide, regulate commercial surrogacy and increase aid to poor families.
Family aid, surrogacy and school choice among issues receiving attention during 2016 session By Maria Wiering For The Visitor The Minnesota Legislature reconvenes March 8 for its 2016 session, scheduled to end May 23. For the Minnesota Catholic Conference, the public policy voice of the church in Minnesota, a shorter session than last year’s means […]