Indiana Catholic Conference

Indiana Catholic Conference

Victoria Arthur

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Senate bill aims to modernize program for families in poverty

The year was 1988. In world news, the Iron Curtain was on the verge of collapsing. The World Wide Web was first discussed as a concept. “Rain Man” topped the […]

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Bill would protect conscience rights of health care professionals

As a family practice physician and a devout Catholic, Andrew Mullally runs a medical office that is unabashedly pro-life. That’s why prospective patients are told up-front what he and his […]

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Senate hears testimony on reform of payday lending industry

One by one, they described the devastation that they believe one industry has inflicted on the most vulnerable people in Indiana. They represented churches, veterans’ groups, social service organizations and […]

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House bill outlaws brutal later-term abortion procedure

Sue Liebel had just completed the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., last week when her focus turned back toward Indiana. The longtime pro-life advocate was asked to comment […]

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Senate bill would place limits on predatory lending

For someone in desperate financial straits, the colorful signs and billboards entice and offer hope: Need cash now? Loans in minutes. No credit check. The storefront operations that promise relief […]

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ICC set to monitor Indiana General Assembly 2019 session

There are some new voices at the Indiana Statehouse following the midterm elections of 2018, but one remains constant — that of the Catholic Church. As lawmakers reconvened in Indianapolis […]