"Politics, according to the Social Doctrine of the Church, is one of the highest forms of charity, because it serves the common good."
Our faith calls us to "meddle in politics" and protect the vulnerable in our society. The Minnesota Legislative Session opens on February 11, 2020. There are many chances to join with others at the Capitol to raise our Catholic voices!
Catholics at the Capitol, held in odd-numbered years, is a chance for Catholics from all over Minnesota join with our bishops to pray and advocate for justice. Check back in January 2021 for more details!
JRLC Day on the Hill is co-sponsored by the Minnesota Catholic Conference. The 2020 JRLC Day on the Hill will be April 1st. Registration is now open.
Capitol 101, held in even-numbered years, is a chance for Catholics to gather at the Capitol to experience the lawmaking process, learn how you can plug in as a faithful citizen, identify key issues, and pray for your legislators. The upcoming Capitol 101 events are April 16 from 9:30-noon and May 7 from 1:30-4.