USCCB Launches Heart of the Revival Weekly Newsletter

USCCB Launches Heart of the Revival Weekly Newsletter

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishop’s Secretariat of Evangelization and Catechesis has launched its Heart of the Revival weekly newsletter for ongoing inspiration and information as we journey forward toward the 2024 National Eucharistic Congress....
Illinoisans Support Rate Cap on Personal Loans

Illinoisans Support Rate Cap on Personal Loans

Predatory Lenders’ Predictions of Gloom-and-Doom Fail to Materialize as Consumers Embrace Illinois’s Interest Rate Cap. Illinoisans support the 36% Rate Cap on personal loans and employ a variety of different ways to handle an emergency need for cash–disproving the...
Amendment to Health Care Right of Conscience Act Passes IL General Assembly

Amendment to Health Care Right of Conscience Act Passes IL General Assembly

Senate Bill 1169 passed both the Illinois House and Senate during the recent veto session in Springfield. CCI opposed this bill, which amends the Illinois Health Care Right of Conscience Act to clarify that the Act does not allow for conscience objections to be raised regarding requirements relating to COVID-19, such as vaccination requirements.
CCI opposes amendments to the Health Care Right of Conscience Act

CCI opposes amendments to the Health Care Right of Conscience Act

There is an attempt during this Fall Veto Session in Springfield to amend the Illinois Health Care Right of Conscience Act in order to remove the ability of someone to make a conscience objection to COVID-19 vaccine mandates in Illinois. The bishops of Illinois oppose any amendment to this important Act.