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 Catholic Public Policy 
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"So that with one mind and one voice you may glorify God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ." Romans 15:6
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News & Events
The 108th Tennessee General Assembly has completed...  
Action Alert - The three Bishops of TN, Bishops Steib...  
CATHOLIC ADVOCACY NETWORK LEGISLATIVE UPDATE 3-31-14...  
Survey - Uninsured rate drops; health law cited...  
Catholic Advocacy Network Alert--Vote NO on HB 1724...  
Monday - 02/24/14 - 1:00pm - LP 29 - Joint Council on Pensions and Insurance...
 
Catholic Public Policy Commission of TN 2-23-2-14, Alert: Wednesday 2-26 House Bill 190...  
Last Monday Governor Haslam presented his State of the State address on February 3rd. ...  
 
Recording of Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship Presentation

At your request, we've created a recorded presentation from the USCCB Department of Justice, Peace and Human Development on Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship (FCFC). Catholic leaders can play the 30-minute presentation at any event or gathering where there is an internet connection. It covers the basics about FCFC and makes practical suggestions about how Catholics can live out the call to faithful citizenship year-round. Access the recording here.
 
The Tennessee Catholic Public Policy Commission was founded in 1983 as the public policy voice of the Catholic Church in Tennessee. The CPPC serves in this capacity so that the Catholic Church's position on public policy matters may be presented with one voice to the executive, legislative and judicial branches of state government.

By giving witness to Gospel values in public affairs, the Tennessee Catholic Public Policy Commission public policy staff assists the bishops of the three Roman Catholic Dioceses in the State of Tennessee: Diocese of Memphis, Diocese of Nashville and the Diocese of Knoxville. Be sure to click on the link to join our mailing list and stay involved with the hot topics including News, State and Federal Legislation and Events.




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