Imagine the good we could do if Minnesota’s 1.1 million Catholics came together as one voice in defense of life and dignity….
Minnesota Catholic Conference (MCC) is expanding the Catholic Advocacy Network through parish relationship-building across the state.
And, we need your help.
Today’s most effective public advocacy is driven by relationships. To build these relationships, MCC is looking for enthusiastic, faith-filled Catholics in the pew to help grow the Catholic Advocacy Network “on the ground” —in our parishes, schools, communities, and at the Capitol.
These Catholics will serve as Legislative District Leaders and Parish Points of Contact to help spread the word about critical life and dignity issues of concern for Minnesota Catholics, and to help build the Catholic Advocacy Network in their parishes and communities.
Learn more about the positions available below. Decide if you are the right fit. Then, fill out an application to apply!
Catholic Advocacy Network volunteering positions
LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT LEADER
A Legislative District leader works directly with the Minnesota Catholic Conference outreach and lobbying team to share advocacy opportunities and public policy updates with Parish Points of Contact, as well as assist MCC in organizing in-district grassroots outreach efforts with area Catholics. There are 67 Legislative District Leader positions, one for each of Minnesota’s Legislative Districts.
Legislative District Leader profile and list of duties CLICK HERE
Legislative District Leader application CLICK HERE
PARISH POINT OF CONTACT
A Parish Point of Contact stays abreast of current MCC activities and advocacy efforts of the Catholic Advocacy Network, and works in partnership with his or her Legislative District Leader to disseminate Catholic Advocacy Network updates and advocacy opportunities within his or her own parish community.
Parish Point of Contact profile and list of duties CLICK HERE
Parish Points of Contact application CLICK HERE
Both are volunteer positions requiring minimal hours per month.
For questions and application submission, contact:
Jack Lawlis, Policy and Outreach Coordinator