2021 MCC Virtual Annual Assembly

This fall, the MCC is once again hosting our Annual Assembly in a virtual format. As we did in 2020, we have released a collection of episodes of MCC from the Capitol all at once for you to enjoy at your leisure. 

COVID-19 Resources

Coronavirus has disrupted the normalcy of our lives — we've gathered together resources to help you through these challenging times.

Preserve the Hyde Amendment!

Click here to learn more about why keeping the amendment intact is an important pro-life concern.

CIVILIZE IT: Dignity Beyond the Debate

"Civilize It is about making room in your heart for those with whom you disagree. We are called to recognize that each one of us is a beloved child of God and to respond in love to that reality. Civilize It is a non-partisan call to focus on the dignity of all people, even when we disagree, and to put faith in action by bearing witness to a better way forward."

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"A good Catholic meddles in politics, offering the best of himself - so that those who govern can govern. " - Pope Francis, 2013

2021 MCC Virtual Assembly opening remarks Archbishop Mitchell T. Rozanski

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