ARIZONA CATHOLIC CONFERENCE BISHOPS’ STATEMENT OPPOSING THE LEGALIZATION OF RECREATIONAL MARIJUANA VOTE NO ON PROPOSITION 207 Consistent with our long-standing position, the Bishops of the Arizona Catholic Conference remain opposed to the current initiative (Proposition 207) to legalize the recreational use of marijuana in Arizona. While we are concerned for several reasons, our opposition is
DECLARACIÓN DE LOS OBISPOS DE LA CONFERENCIA CATÓLICA DE ARIZONA QUE SE OPONEN A LA LEGALIZACIÓN DE LA MARIHUANA RECREATIVA Vote No en la Proposición 207 De acuerdo con nuestra posición de siempre, los Obispos de la Conferencia Católica de Arizona nos seguimos oponiendo a la iniciativa actual de legalizar el uso recreativo de la
John McCain is an American hero who served his country with the utmost admiration in both the Navy and the U.S. Senate. His patriotism and dedicated service will long be remembered for generations to come.
ARIZONA CATHOLIC CONFERENCE BISHOPS’ STATEMENT OPPOSING THE LEGALIZATION OF RECREATIONAL MARIJUANA June 30, 2016 The Bishops of the Arizona Catholic Conference oppose the campaign to legalize the recreational use of marijuana in Arizona because it is harmful to both children and families in Arizona. Legalizing the recreational use of marijuana sends a message to children
ARIZONA CATHOLIC CONFERENCE 2016 LEGISLATIVE WRAP-UP By Ron Johnson Arizona Catholic Conference Arizona Catholic Conference Has a Very Successful Legislative Session On May 7th, the Arizona Legislature adjourned sine die at 5:45 a.m. after spending 117 days in session. In total, almost 1,400 pieces of legislation were introduced with just over 400 of them becoming
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Ron Johnson, Executive Director Arizona’s Catholic Bishops Urge Congress to Seek Non-Violent Solutions in Syria PHOENIX (Sept. 9, 2013) — The Bishops of the Arizona Catholic Conference have written to Arizona’s congressional delegation expressing their concern over potential military actions in Syria. The Arizona bishops urged them not to resort to
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Bishops Kicanas and Olmsted offer their prayers in the wake of the tragic shooting that took place on January 8, 2011, in Tucson.
Dear Governor Brewer, Speaker Adams, and President Burns:
As the Bishops of the Arizona Catholic Conference, we want you to know that our thoughts and our prayers are with you at this time of unprecedented challenge to our State.
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