Public Policy Insights
The CA Bishops announce a program aimed at combating racism; Bishops opposing Props 14 and 20; how to CA support wildfire victims; legislation to take action on now and a final push to ensure all are counted for the Census in this week's Insights.
California legislative session comes to a close; webinar series celebrating 'Season of Creation'; Catholic Labor Network hosting online Mass and COVID-19 hotspots in close-quarter facilities in this week's Insights.
The Bishops oppose Prop. 20 to protect criminal justice reform; supporting dioceses and parishes ravaged by wildfires; coping with anxiety, and lawmakers grapple with looming eviction "cliff" in this week's Insights.
The Bishops oppose Prop. 14 and embryonic stem cell funding; the importance of Catholic public participation; Faithful Citizenship bulletins available and the CCC launches a redesigned website in this week's Insights.
A bill to protect parish volunteers information advances; social encyclicals and the upcoming election, Catholics getting creative in practicing the faith during the pandemic, and participation in the 2020 Census in this week’s Insights.
California Bishops join amicus brief to ensure funding for Catholic schools; the USCCB presses Congress for emergency aid for Catholic schools and AB Lori on the Church's teaching and 'Black Lives Matter' in this week's Public Policy Insights.
RECOSS releases a video to help COVID-19 ravaged communities; the USCCB reacts to new DACA restrictions; vacancies in the prison chaplain program; and demand equitable relief funds for Catholic Schools in this issue of Insights.
The California Conference of Catholic Bishops are calling for the safe and quick re-opening of schools following Governor Gavin Newsom’s order that all schools in counties on the COVID-19 watchlist begin the year using the distance learning model.
With deaths in California soon to exceed 7,500 people and cases doubling every 26.3 days, Governor Gavin Newsome has reinstituted restrictions on places of worship, restaurants, gyms, salons and other operations in most of the Golden State.
The California Catholic Conference of Bishops released a statement this week in response to the removal of St. Junipero Serra statues in San Francisco and Los Angeles.