Florida Conference of Catholic Bishops Applauds Governor’s Approval of HB 1411

Tallahassee (March 25, 2016) – The Florida Conference of Catholic Bishops applauds Governor Rick Scott’s approval today of HB 1411. This new law protects the health and...

Marco Rubio Rallies at Palm Beach Atlantic University

United States Senator from the State of Florida, Marco Rubio, paid West Palm Beach a visit in his final push for the polls. Nearly 1,600...

Oklahoma legislature passes bill making it a felony to perform abortions

Lawmakers in Oklahoma approved a bill Thursday that would make performing abortions a felony and revoke the medical licenses of most physicians who assist...

Clarification on the Funding of Abortion Clinics

According to the office of Governor Rick Scott, many media outlets have been misreporting the facts on HB 1411, legislation signed last week that...

Governor Rick Scott Signs Bill Protecting Pastors

TALLAHASSEE - Governor Rick Scott signed a bill into law on Thursday, March 10th, 2016 protecting will pastors and priests who refuse to perform...

Florida’s Catholic Bishops Release Statement Marking 43rd anniversary of Roe v. Wade

Saddened by yet another anniversary of the January 22, 1973 U.S. Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion, the Catholic bishops of Florida recognize in...
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Catholic Church and The Right to Religious Freedom

For the past two hundred years people were brought up to understand that religious freedom was the first freedom. “A government that doesn't acknowledge limits...

Amendment 2 – Concerns to Weigh Before Voting

On Election Day, Floridians will vote on an amendment to the Florida Constitution that would allow the "use of marijuana for debilitating medical conditions."...

Joint Letter To Congress: 26 Organizations Urge Passage Of Conscience Protection Act Of 2016

WASHINGTON—The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) joined twenty-five other major pro-life, religious, and health care organizations on April 19, 2016 urging the U.S....

Jacksonville Voters – Is Their Voice Being Heard?

Do you think that the citizens of Jacksonville should be able to repeal laws passed by the City Council that are unjust?