Michigan Catholic Conference has received the MarCom Gold Award from the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals for the production of its DVD “The Science of Stem Cells: Finding Cures and Protecting Life.”
MCC released the following statement after the House Judiciary Committee heard testimony on legislation that seeks to destroy human embryos for research purposes.
A new statewide poll on the subject of stem cell research has found that 80 percent of Michigan Catholic residents are opposed to measures that would kill the human embryo so the stem cells can be removed.
Michigan Catholic Conference President and Chief Executive Officer Sister Monica Kostielney, R.S.M., made the following statement regarding the formation of the ballot question committee “Stem Cell Research BQC.”
In an effort to communicate the Catholic Church’s teaching on human life as it relates to adult and embryonic stem cell research, the Michigan Catholic Conference has launched a monumental internal statewide education program that includes over 500,000 Catholic homes and nearly 800 parishes.
Michigan Catholic Conference Vice President for Public Policy Paul A. Long made the following comment today after President Bush vetoed legislation that would have required national funding for research that kills human embryos.
Michigan Catholic Conference Vice President for Public Policy Paul A. Long made the following statement today after the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld Michigan’s Legal Birth Definition Act as unconstitutional.
MCC President and Chief Executive Officer Sister Monica Kostielney made the following statement regarding the issue of assisted suicide as it relates to Jack Kevorkian’s release from prison.
In an effort to communicate the Church’s support for immigration reform that respects the dignity of immigrant laborers, the diocesan bishops of Michigan have composed a Statement on Federal Immigration Legislation.