USCCB Updates

New Poverty USA Website Offers Statistics, Stories, Resources To Catholics

WASHINGTON—Catholics can learn about the state of poverty in the United States and concrete ways they can make a difference at a new website from the the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). The site,, was launched August 15 and offers tools and resources to spread the word abo

Passing Of Nellie Gray, March For Life Founder, Mourned By Pro-Life Spokeswoman

WASHINGTON—At news of the death of Miss Nellie Gray, founder and long-time organizer of the annual national March for Life in Washington, Deirdre McQuade, assistant director for policy and communications at the Pro-Life Secretariat of the United States Con

Labor Day Statement Says Renewed Respect For Workers Is Key To Renewed Economy

WASHINGTON—People of faith stand with people who’ve been left behind and should seek economic renewal that makes workers and their families a central concern, according to the annual Labor Day Statement from the Committee on Domestic Justice and Human Dev