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Colorado Catholic Conference

The Colorado Catholic Conference is the united voice of the Catholic bishops of Colorado in public policy. Basing its mission on the Gospel of Jesus Christ, as expressed in Catholic social teaching and the consistent life ethic, the Conference acts cooperatively to insure a dignified and productive life for all Coloradans and provides opportunities for Catholics in Colorado to carry out their responsibility to participate in political life.

A letter from the bishops of Colorado on COVID-19 vaccine mandates

We, the Catholic bishops of Colorado, consistent with our previous letters on COVID-19 vaccines, affirm that the use of some COVID-19 vaccines is morally acceptable under...

Colorado bishops issue letter on the Hyde Amendment and other pro-life Congressional policies

We, the Catholic bishops of Colorado, urge Congressional Representatives to support the Hyde Amendment and the Walden Amendment. We also ask the Faithful to...

Biden Administration instates moratorium on federal executions

On July 1, 2021, the Biden Administration ordered a halt of all federal executions. The Justice Department will review the policies and practices of federal execution during the...

Colorado Catholic Conference: Tell Congress to say ‘no’ to taxpayer abortions

Starting this week, the House Appropriations Committee will consider their Fiscal Year 2022 appropriations bills. Unfortunately, House Democrat leadership on the committee has already...

Victory for religious liberty: Fulton v. City of Philadelphia

On June 17, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously ruled in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia that the city of Philadelphia discriminated against Catholic Social Services (CSS),...

Colorado Catholic Conference 2021 Legislative Recap

On June 8, the First Regular Session of the 73rd General Assembly adjourned. Over 600 bills were introduced this session. Policy primarily focused on transportation,...

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