"You must be guided by your moral convictions, not your self-interest or your attachment to a political party or interest group."
Faithful Citizenship for Iowa Catholics, 2014
To: Iowa Catholic Conference legislative network:
If you’re watching any TV these days, you know that Election Day is drawing near. The Iowa Catholic Conference…Continue
To: Iowa Catholic Conference legislative network
Don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t make a difference in the political arena. Especially when your contacts with legislators are combined with those of your friends and neighbors, I have seen many instances where you have had a real impact. Keep your head up looking for opportunities to help, and your head down in prayer!
Right now we’re asking for your help with three items:
1. We are asking for contacts to Congress…Continue
ALERT – TAKE ACTION TODAY
The U.S. Catholic bishops and Catholic Charities USA have sent an action alert in support of the Second Chance Act. Please send a message to your Senators and Representatives as the bill is starting to move in Congress.
This bill funds many programs that provide crucial employment assistance, substance abuse treatment, housing, mentoring, and other services…Continue
From: Tom Chapman, Iowa Catholic Conference
The Iowa Catholic Conference has released its “Faithful Citizenship for Iowa Catholics” statement in advance of the 2014 mid-term elections. The document, signed by the diocesan bishops of Iowa, includes a list of questions that all are encouraged to ask of candidates for office.
“A fundamental test of the morality of public policy is whether it supports or threatens human life and the common good,” the statement reads. “We reject the…Continue