In this issue of the Texas Catholic Voice: Executive Director Jennifer Carr Allmon discusses initiatives to combat human trafficking… Education Department thanks Sr. Kevina Keating for her service… A Message from Jennifer Allmon, Executive Director While it is only the third week of Advent, this is our last TCV for the year. I pray that…

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In this issue of the Texas Catholic Voice: Executive Director Jennifer Carr Allmon discusses the dangers of payday lending…. Education Department wraps up fall accreditation… An update on the capital punishment case of Rodney Reed … A Message from Jennifer Allmon, Executive Director As we enjoy our Thanksgiving leftovers, we are also being bombarded with…

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In this issue of the Texas Catholic Voice: Executive Director Jennifer Carr Allmon discusses how Catholics can help bring civility to our political discourse…. Congratulations to three of our dioceses on their work to promote priestly vocations!… Adoption Awareness Month resources… Our Public Policy Outreach Coordinator visits Corpus Christi… and more… A Message from Jennifer…

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In this issue of the Texas Catholic Voice: Executive Director Jennifer Carr Allmon reviews Respect Life Month…. School accreditation visits begin… Comment letter regarding proposed SNAP rule changes… News from the Archives… and more… A Message from Jennifer Allmon, Executive Director October is Respect Life Month for the Catholic Church in the United States and…

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The TCCB recently submitted comments to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) regarding proposed rule changes to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). The TCCB called upon the USDA to withdraw the rule changes affecting categorical eligibility or grant a demonstration waiver for state flexibility related to clients in innovative programs on the path to…

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A Message from Jennifer Allmon, Executive Director During legislative session advocates trek to Austin to express their wishes, call and write their legislators, and organize others to pass legislation, but too often that is the end of engagement on the issues. Most legislation requires the hard work of state agencies to implement effectively — but…

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Upon request from Catholics across the state, the TCCB created a new resource page where you can find links to helpful ministry resources in Texas. The first item that we have created a page for is “Immigrants and Refugees.” You can find that link here or under “Pastoral Resources” –> “How You Can Help” in…

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From USCCB Pro-Life Action Alerts:  Do you think that doctors should be forced to perform abortions or “gender transition” procedures against their beliefs? Or that taxpayers should be forced to pay for them? If the answer is NO, please send a comment to the Department of Health and Human Services today! A little background: In…

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