MCC from the Capitol

MCC from the Capitol is the official podcast of the Missouri Catholic Conference. This great collection of episodes covers topics ranging from immigration to religious liberty, COVID-19 vaccines and legislative priorities.  Listen today!

COVID-19 Resources

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

Medicaid Expansion Resources

Thank you, Missouri citizens, for voting to expand Medicaid!

Click to learn more about church teaching relating to Medicaid.

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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The Missouri Catholic Conference is the public policy agency of the Catholic Church in Missouri. The conference promotes the common good by advocating for public policy that upholds the sanctity and dignity of all human life.


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David Bereit's Keynote Address at the 2019 Annual Assembly

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

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