Catholic Citizenship News
Catholic Citizenship News
Are you looking for an easy way to stay informed of public issues in New Hampshire?
The Diocese of Manchester publishes an e-mail newsletter called Catholic Citizenship News to inform Catholics about important public policy matters facing our elected officials. Catholic Citizenship News provides briefs on legislation as well as information about Catholic social teaching on some of today's pressing issues.
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- Quick Facts about Catholic Citizenship News:
- Get the breaking news. Catholic Citizenship News will be delivered to your e-mail inbox on a regular basis during the NH legislative session or as issues arise.
- Get the facts. Catholic Citizenship News provides a brief summary of the public issues with links for more information on Catholic social teaching and legislative current events.
- Issues to Watch. Some of the current issues of concern to Catholics in New Hampshire include bills regarding parental notification before abortion, physician assisted suicide, death penalty, expanded gambling, human trafficking, and same sex marriage.
- Take Action. Catholic Citizenship News will link you to resources on how to get involved.
Tell Your Friends and Colleagues about Catholic Citizenship News:
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