Catholics in Annapolis is February 21!


Join Catholics from across Maryland at Catholics in Annapolis on Thursday, February 21 to stand up for life, justice and human rights. Catholics in Annapolis is your chance to get inspired and meet face-to-face with your legislators to share with them the Church's position on important issues.

Your help is needed this year to stop a proposed pro-abortion constitutional amendment, to help secure scholarships for low-income students, to stop the legalization of assisted suicide, and to protect human rights. We need your voice in 2019!

We will kick off the evening by praying the Rosary for our elected officials, led by Maryland’s bishops. After that, you will hear from inspiring speakers on several key issues before heading into your legislators’ offices to meet face-to-face and share the Church’s position. The evening will end with a reception with beer, wine, and food from Light House Bistro Catering – a social enterprise of the Light House Homeless Prevent Support Center, an Annapolis nonprofit that provides shelter, employment and opportunities to individuals experiencing homelessness.

Catholics in Annapolis is free, but registration is required. Visit to register. Or call the Maryland Catholic Conference at 410-269-1155 for more information.

Need a ride to Catholics in Annapolis? Be sure to sign up for the bus nearest you. Buses will depart from regions across the state. Visit for more information and to reserve your seat on a bus!

For more information or to register, contact Frank Ragone at 


Catholic Advocacy Network (CAN) 

(a project of the Maryland Catholic Conference)

The Catholic Advocacy Network provides a quick way for you to communicate with your elected officials on issues that are important to you.  The Network does its work via letters, telephone calls, and visits to legislators during the annual Lobby Night that is held in Annapolis each year during the month of February. 

To register to receive alerts on pertinent legislation, along with messages to send to your elected officials go to the Catholic Conference Website or contact Marsha Raymond, our Director of Social Justice.


Stand Strong in the Public Square: Candidates Respond to Survey – Election November 4See where the candidates for U.S. Congress, Maryland Governor and the Maryland General Assembly stand on the critical issues. View their responses to the Maryland Catholic Conference’s survey at

Remember to Vote & Make Your Voice Heard on Primary Election DayThere's still time to learn where the candidates for U.S. Congress, Maryland Governor and Maryland General Assembly stand on critical church issues. Candidate surveys are available on the Maryland Catholic Conference website at