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Montana Catholic Conference

The Montana Catholic Conference serves as the public policy branch of the Catholic Church in Montana, and the liaison for Montana's Roman Catholic bishops with state and federal government. Inspired by Scripture and Catholic social teaching, the conference seeks to advocate for the weak and vulnerable and act as a catalyst for the transformation of society.

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Montana State Legislature

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MCC Post election Statement 2020 FINAL

COVID-19 and the Catholic Church in Montana

For information about the response to the Coronavirus by the Diocese of Great Falls-Billings, please click here.
For information about the response to the Coronavirus by the Diocese of Helena, please click here.

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Walking with Moms in Need

On January 22 we commemorated a tragic anniversary—47 years since the U.S. Supreme Court rendered its landmark decision Roe v. Wade. I dare say it is impossible to name a judicial decision over the last half-century that has been more divisive or impactful at almost every level of our culture.

Ponder for a moment what 62 million additional people in this country over those years would look like. What good we would have encountered and experienced from the presence of those precious lives! 62 million masterpieces of God’s creation revealing to the world the depths of God’s love for us—each of us.

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Policy on Political Action - UPDATED!

**Diocesan Policy on Advocacy, Lobbying, and Political Action**

Montana Catholic Conference Advocacy Alert Network

During the legislative session, the Montana Catholic Conference sends out an electronic newsletter to all those who have joined the Alert Network.

The newsletter highlights bills the Conference is actively working on or is following and lists upcoming hearings of interest. If there is an issue with which the Conference needs assistance, a Call to Action Alert is sent out to network members so that they can easily contact their legislators using their Catholic voice to advocate on the issue.

You must subscribe to the Network to receive the newsletters and "Calls to Action." Join the Network by clicking HERE. You may opt-out at any time.

Key Challenges Facing American Catholics


Our First, Most Cherished Liberty
(A statement from the USCCB Committee for Religious Liberty)

Conscience Protection

Religious Liberty at Home

International Religious Freedom


Information and Resources on Combating Racism

Open Wide Our Hearts: The Enduring Call to Love (A Pastoral Letter on Racism from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops)

Planning to be in the Helena area?

Stop by the Montana Catholic Conference office at 1313 11th Avenue.

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