Public Policy Insights
The CCC initiates a year-long 50th-anniversary celebration, World Day of the sick; a COVID-19 webinar with Dr. David Chavira; California EITC awareness, and the CRJN's new free Restorative Justice certificate program in this week's Insights.
Bishops urging all to get vaccinated; CA extends the eviction moratorium; Pope asks all to ‘verify’ information before sharing, and Catholic Social Ministry Gathering and Religious Education Congress both virtual this year in this week’s Insights.
The pope and bishops respond to the inauguration of President Biden; events for life taking place throughout the state; Catholic Schools Week, and viewpoints from Bishops Soto and Brennan in this week's Insights.
Governor Newsom releases his initial budget, providing hope, compassion, and support to the most vulnerable during the pandemic; U.S. Bishops call for an end to federal executions, and Pope Francis receives the first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine in this week’s Insights.
CCC applauds increased assistance for low-income Californians; USCCB condemns violence at U.S. Capitol; Catholic moral teaching on COVID-19 vaccines and Bishops Rojas takes leadership of San Bernardino Diocese following Bishops Barnes’ retirement in this week's Insights.
COVID-19 Vaccinations Begin in CA; new CA legislature is sworn in; Pope commits to zero emissions by 2050 and the CCC and SCU join to offer free web-based restorative justice program certificate.
The CA Catholic Conference, Catholic Health Care Ministries and Catholic Charities support COVID-19 Vaccines; Advent resources; Samaritanus bonus on the value of life, and evangelize the web or unplug in this week's Insights.
CA moves counties back into restrictive purple tier and institutes a curfew; USCCB Fall General Assembly wraps up, and Bishop Chairmen call for a halt to upcoming federal executions in this week’s Insights.
Election Day results so far; Pope Francis offers reflections for a post-pandemic world and National Adoption Month in this week’s Insights.
Recursos de última hora para los votantes; la pena de muerte “infectada por el racismo”; Cómo hacer frente al COVID; y el Arzobispo Gregory nombrado al Colegio de Cardenales en la edición de Perspectivas de esta semana