The General Assembly is scheduled to reconvene in Regular Session on January 6, 2021.
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Our Religious Freedoms & Principles At Risk With Remote-Control Government
On Wednesday, January 6th, the Connecticut Legislature begins its 2021-2022 session in Hartford with a ceremonial swearing in. It will be done outdoors to comply with social distancing requirements. Then, for the foreseeable future, all lawmaking will be done by remote, the public will not be allowed in the Legislative Office Building or State Capitol.
And the Legislature must decide by early February whether to extend extraordinary executive powers to Gov. Ned Lamont.
These have been challenging times for all Americans and residents, but the Connecticut Catholic Public Affairs Conference is very concerned about denying the public the right to fully exercise their constitutional right to address concerns to their government.
Connecticut Catholic Conference Executive Director, Chris Healy, Releases Statement on Current Congressional Efforts to Eliminate the Hyde Amendment
Connecticut Catholic Bishops Release Pastoral Letter entitled "Respect Life Month" 2020 and the 25th Anniversary of "The Gospel of Life"
October 18, 2020
The Bishops' letter addresses the important role Catholic teaching places on the value of human life in all aspects of our society. It is a call to value life and turn away from the violent aspects of our society that threaten it on a daily basis.