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CCC Statement on CA Response to Dobbs Leak

California Catholic Conference (CCC)

The California Catholic Conference is the official public policy voice of the Catholic Church in California.  We advocate with policy makers and the public to advance the Catholic vision of human life and dignity, the good society, and concern for those who are poor and vulnerable.  We educate Catholics and the general public.  We empower Catholics to put their faith into action consistent with Catholic teaching.

Pray for Dobbs

The Case that could overturn Roe v. Wade

In the USA, abortion takes the lives of over 600,000 babies a year. Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health could change that.

 

The Mississippi law at stake in this case bans abortion after 15 weeks. The question before the Supreme Court is whether all pre-viability bans on elective abortions are unconstitutional.

 

This is the case that could could overturn Roe v. Wade—the Supreme Court decision which made abortion legal in all 50 states.

California Future of Abortion Council's 'Report' is Disappointing, Deceptive

The report seeks to make California a "sanctuary" state for abortions

The California Future of Abortion Council released a report titled, "Recommendations to Protect, Strengthen, and Expand Abortion Care in California" as a direct response to the Dobbs v. Jackson case that has the potential to overturn Roe v. Wade. The report is of great concern since it proposes a full expansion of abortion in our state, fully funded, for anyone. 

Visit the resources below to learn more about what is being proposed and raise awareness in your community. Unite in prayer and take action to prevent this from happening. 

Resources

For more information on current public policy issues contact Abraham Joven, Director of the Office of Advocacy and Justice for Immigrants at (909) 475-5351 or ajoven@sbdiocese.org