Maryland

Maryland Maintains Marriage

Maryland defeats same-sex marriage bill. Thank you to everyone who prayed and made their voices heard! You made the difference and gave support to legislators to vote their conscience.
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Support Marriage

Our bishops issued a joint statement today urging your continued advocacy in support of marriage. Read it here and contact your delegate today! http://bit.ly/fMCCTg


Maryland Catholic Conference
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The Maryland Catholic Conference represents the mutual public policy interests of the Archdiocese of Baltimore, the Archdiocese of Washington and the Diocese of Wilmington.
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Make your voice heard in Annapolis

Make your voice heard in Annapolis at Catholic Lobby Night on Feb. 21! Meet your legislators. Talk about the issues. Pass this on! REGISTRATION REQUIRED. RSVP & info: http://www.mdcathcon.org/lobbynight


Maryland Catholic Conference
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The Maryland Catholic Conference represents the mutual public policy interests of the Archdiocese of Baltimore, the Archdiocese of Washington and the Diocese of Wilmington.
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Ask your state delegate to cosponsor the BOAST Tax Credit

Ask your state delegate to cosponsor the BOAST Tax Credit and support our schools and students through scholarships, grants and enrichment programs. Send a quick and easy email at http://capwiz.com/mdcath/issues/alert/?alertid=25840661


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Protect Marriage in Maryland!

Protect Marriage in Maryland! Contact your state senator immediately urging opposition to SB 116, a bill that would drastically alter the definition of marriage. For a quick and easy way to email your senator, go to http://capwiz.com/mdcath/home/


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MCC's Advocacy Day

What to expect for Maryland's 2011 leg session? Sign up for MCC's Advocacy Day - Nov 13 http://bit.ly/bEOpgJ


MCC Advocacy Day 2010
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The Maryland Catholic Conference represents the mutual public policy interests of the Archdiocese of Baltimore, the Archdiocese of Washington and the Diocese of Wilmington.
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Advocacy Day

As the 2010 elections results are being finalized, our work is just beginning! Continue to make your voice heard by learning how to communicate with the men and women who have been elected to represent your interests during the 2011 legislative session in Annapolis.

The Maryland Catholic Conference invites you to sign-up and attend our first-ever “pre-session” Advocacy Day on Saturday, November 13, 2010 from 8:30 am – noon at the Miller Senate Office Building’s Presidential Conference Center. Visit
www.mdcathcon.org/advocacyday for details.

Sign up for Advocacy Day 2010: Make Your Voice Heard and join Catholics from around the state who want to know:

* Who are our newly-elected legislators?
* What are the important issues for 2011?
* How can we and our parishes get involved?

Learn about the issues, pray for guidance, and act.



Advocacy Day
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"So why does the Church oppose embryonic stem cell research?

SPONSORED BY TAP INTO YOUR FAITH
"So why does the Church oppose embryonic stem cell research?" - A talk by Nancy Paltell

Nancy Paltell, associate director for respect life with the Maryland Catholic Conference, will kick off the first night of A 6-week series. Paltell will explain the ins and outs of stem cell research, the moral concerns with embryonic stem cell research and the great potential of adult stem cell research. She holds a doctorate in analytical chemistry and is a former research scientist with Procter & Gamble.

Join others for a social at 7 p.m. The talk begins at 7:30 p.m. and will be followed by more fellowship and conversation. Tap into Your Faith is geared to Catholic young adults (21-40), but older age groups and people of all faiths are welcome!


Dr. Nancy Paltell to Speak at 'Tap into Your Faith'

Mercy Hospital Launches Cord Blood Program

Mercy Hospital in Baltimore Launches First Public Cord Blood Program in Maryland.Are stem cells saving lives? Yes. Adult Stem Cells. ... For proof, look at little Mason Shaffer, one of thousands saved by adult stem cells thanks to umbilical cord blood.Visit MCC website for details: http://www.mdcathcon.org/respectforlife


Maryland Catholic Conference - Respect for Life
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The Respect for Life Department works to uphold the dignity of every individual from conception until natural death.
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