Making Sure Our Water Works

The ubiquity of water in the most essential acts of human life makes it unlike any other substance. As the Catechism of the Catholic Church affirms, “by its very nature, water cannot be treated as just another commodity among many.” … Continue reading →

Minnesota, Our Common Home: A Resource for Evangelization

Statement from Minnesota Catholic Conference (MCC) Executive Director Jason Adkins in Response to Misleading Article Appearing at ChurchMilitant.com December 2, 2019 We were disappointed to read Church Militant’s misleading and agenda-driven posting about our educational resource, “Minnesota, Our Common Home.” … Continue reading →

2017 Session Recap

Session is over and a budget has been created for the next biennium. Here’s how key MCC legislation fared: Opportunity Scholarships left out. For the second year in a row, the Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit program was cut from the … Continue reading →

Making Sure Our Water Works

In the Land of 10,000 Lakes, it can be easy to take water for granted—it is literally all around us, even more so in the rainy month of April. But as the recent water crises in Flint, Michigan, and the … Continue reading →

Encouraging New Growth in Family Farming

  The decline of small, family farms and rural communities isn’t just a problem for small-town residents or American Gothic enthusiasts. It carries with it consequences for all Minnesotans that we should address. That’s why the Minnesota Catholic Conference has … Continue reading →