“The first week of the session has been filled with opportunities for all people of goodwill to together enact policies that promote a consistent ethic of life and put families first.”
Inside the Capitol: Legislature is back in session; your help needed
‘Families First’ Project, marijuana, abortion at heart of MCC’s legislative focus
With the start of the 2023 Minnesota legislative session Jan. 3, the Minnesota Catholic Conference, the official public policy voice of the Catholic Church in Minnesota, is putting families at the top of its advocacy strategy for the year.
Inside the Capitol: Opportunities for a positive vision of the good
Potential “policy challenges present a tremendous opportunity for Minnesota Catholics to, as Pope Francis has said, ‘meddle in politics’ by proposing a positive vision: the ability to choose what we ought, not the license to choose what we want.”
Guest commentary: ‘O come, let us adore him’
“What if, on Christmas Eve, each parish were to offer Eucharistic adoration before one of the Christmas Masses?”
Inside the Capitol: What do we do after the election?
“We are … excited to announce that the great formation and opportunities to meet your legislators that you’ve had through our Catholics at the Capitol events will now be available every week during the session.”
Detroit Archdiocese, Hallow app launch campaign to share power of Eucharist
The I AM HERE campaign includes a website and social media channels featuring stories of individuals whose lives have been impacted by eucharistic adoration, as well as a series of free audio meditations on the Hallow app to help people pray in front of the Blessed Sacrament.
Eucharist heals from idolatry of ‘self,’ pope says at Mass in Budapest
Presiding over the closing Mass of the International Eucharistic Congress Sept. 12, the pope urged people to make time for eucharistic adoration.
Minnesota parishioner recalls 1941 National Eucharistic Congress
The Pontifical Mass for Children at the Ninth National Eucharistic Congress was held at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds grandstand in St. Paul, the event drew 14,000 upper grade school students from Catholic schools throughout the Twin Cities and suburbs.