The Catholic Bishops of Louisiana urge all to fulfill their civic duty and satisfy their obligation to participate in the political process by voting during the Louisiana elections. View the LCCB Public Policy Guide.
The bishops of Louisiana have communicated their concerns with the AHCA to Senators Cassidy and Kennedy via written letters. Their concerns are rooted within both the foundational theme of Catholic Social Teaching - the Life and Dignity of the Human Person - as well as the Option for the Poor and Vulnerable. There are provisions
"An acceptable health care system provides access to all, regardless of their means, and at all stages of life. Such a health care system must protect conscience rights, as well as extend to immigrant families." "...the discussion draft introduced today retains a "per-capita cap" on Medicaid funding, and then connects yearly increases to formulas that
Robert M. Tasman was named executive director of the Louisiana Conference of Catholic Bishops (LCCB) on July 1, succeeding Daniel J. Loar, who was director for the last 12 years. Rob has served since 2008 as associate director. The executive director serves as the chief lobbyist for the Catholic Church before the Louisiana Legislature, Office
After over a decade of service to the Catholic Church at the state Capitol in Baton Rouge, Daniel J. Loar, the Executive Director of the Louisiana Conference of Catholic Bishops (LCCB), has announced his retirement. The Louisiana Catholic Bishops have named Robert M. Tasman the new executive director effective July 1. In the name of
God, Master of this passing world, hear the humble voices of your children. The Sea of Galilee obeyed your order and returned to its former quietude. You are still the Master of land and sea. We live in the shadow of a danger over which we have no control: the Gulf, like a provoked and