Make the Trip to Catholic Days at the Capitol and Make a Difference

Scheduled for March 3-4, 2015, Catholic Days at the Capitol provides the opportunity to put into action our faith’s call to political responsibility and allows us to strengthen the presence of our Catholic values in the public square. By joining with Floridians who share our faith to advocate for laws that protect and defend human life and dignity, we can give a voice to some of the most vulnerable and marginalized populations in our state and help promote the common good for all of Florida’s residents.

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Make the Trip to Catholic Days at the Capitol
and Make a Difference. 

 

Scheduled for March 3-4, 2015, Catholic Days at the Capitol provides the opportunity to put into action our faith’s call to political responsibility and allows us to strengthen the presence of our Catholic values in the public square. By joining with Floridians who share our faith to advocate for laws that protect and defend human life and dignity, we can give a voice to some of the most vulnerable and marginalized populations in our state and help promote the common good for all of Florida’s residents. 

Catholic Days activities include:

  • A legislative briefing on policy issues affecting human life and dignity
  • Pre-scheduled meetings with lawmakers
  • A luncheon for Catholic Days participants, Florida’s bishops and legislators
  • Group photos of each diocesan delegation with their bishop
  • Tours of the current and historic capitol buildings
  • 40th Annual Red Mass of the Holy Spirit celebrated by the bishops of Florida to pray for those working in the legislative, judicial and executive branches of government

Take a moment to watch the following brief, two-minute video to learn more about the Catholic Days experience.



Registration forms and contact information for diocesan coordinators are available on the website of the Florida Conference of Catholic Bishops at www.flacathconf.org/CDAC. Pre-Registration is required.

Don’t delay, registration deadlines are approaching!