The New York State Catholic Conference is urging Gov. Kathy Hochul to veto the bill that would legalize “green” burial processes that involve natural decomposition with other organic materials to convert the body into dirt.
NYS Catholic Conference Names Kristen Curran Director of Government Relations
The New York State Catholic Conference (NYSCC) has appointed Kristen Curran to serve as its new director of government relations — a crucial post for the Albany-based conference, which represents the bishops of New York State in public policy matters.
New York Bishops’ Group Urges State Representatives to Support Hyde Amendment Renewal
The New York State Catholic Conference, which represents the bishops of New York in public policy matters, sent a letter to the state’s congressional delegation urging them “to reject taxpayer funding of abortion, and to oppose appropriations bills that do not include the long-standing, bipartisan Hyde Amendment and related pro-life policies.”
New York State Catholic Conference Appoints New Executive Director
The New York State Catholic Conference has appointed Dennis Poust as its Executive Director.
Child Abuse Law Signed in New York Long After Diocese’s Adoption
Fourteen years after the Diocese of Brooklyn began to offer programs in parishes and schools to prevent abuse of minors, Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed “Erin’s Law” on Aug. 29, requiring public schools in New York state to have a similar program.