In this podcast produced by the Missouri Catholic Conference (MCC), we will dive deeper into public policy issues from a Catholic perspective.
Biodiesel’s Impact on Climate Change
Donnell Rehagen, CEO of Clean Fuels Alliance America, headquartered in Jefferson City, discusses the impact biodiesel fuel has on the environment, public health, and the state of Missouri.
Bishop Shawn McKnight (Diocese of Jefferson City) discusses how Catholics can form their consciences in order to answer the Church’s call to faithful citizenship.
Consistent Life Ethic
Aimee Murphy, a Catholic, describes why she created Rehumanize International, a nonpartisan, secular organization dedicated to bringing an end to all aggressive violence against humans.
Immigration and The Church
Marie Kenyon, attorney and director of the Peace and Justice Commission for the Archdiocese of St. Louis, details her experience at the border and explains how Catholics are called to support immigrants and the law.
History of Catholic Education
Mike Hoey, former director of the Missouri Catholic Conference, explains the history of the Blaine Amendment in Missouri and how its anti-Catholic language kick-started the MCC’s role in defending Catholic education at the capitol.
The Pro-Life Movement Post-Roe
Carter Snead, law professor and director of the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame, and Jamie Morris, legislative counsel for the MCC, discuss the significance of the Court’s decision in Dobbs and what is next for the pro-life movement in this episode of MCC from the Capitol podcast.