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Catholic Coalition for Church Reform (CCCR)

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Council of the Baptized (CoB)

 

 

CCCR and CoB need your financial support.

We are a growing number of Catholics stepping up and claiming our voices in the Church.

We’ve been taking action, providing a forum for questions of conscience, and giving voice to the faithful in our Archdiocese:

  • Claiming a voice in selecting our next bishop
  • Raising concerns about Church teachings on sexuality, marriage, and family
  • Calling for an Archdiocesan Pastoral Council that is transparent and includes voices from all segments of our community

To continue our work and take it to the next level, we need to raise $100,000 for this next year.

Please give prayerful consideration to becoming a sustaining supporter by signing up to make automatic monthly contributions.  Any amount is welcome and appreciated.

Simply click here to donate with credit card, or click here to use your bank.

(A fundraising letter will be mailed out soon. Your early contribution reduces that cost.)

You are CCCR and CoB!

Together with your interest, participation, and financial support, we’ll all make it work.

Click here to view our Accomplishments to date

Click here to view our initiatives for 2016 and beyond

Click here to view proposed budget.

Featured Items

Council of the Baptized Open Forum, March 13, 2018

  

Join the discussion of our Vatican II orientation with theologian Catherine Michaud, C.S.J. on Tuesday, March 13, 7:00 p.m.  It is at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, 700 S. Snelling Avenue in St. Paul. 

Deepening our Vatican II Spirituality

Like many church councils before it, Vatican Council II effected an enormous change in the spiritual identity of Catholics. Still, fifty-six years later, Catholics feel insecure about what the Council has called us to embrace. Questions still nag at us. We are asking, among other things:

  • *How did this enormous change happen?
  • *Why did it happen?
  • *Why, over five decades later, does there seem to be such resistance to this Council? 
  • *What exactly does it mean to be a Vatican II Catholic? What is a Vatican II spirituality?


 

Join the

CCCR/Council of the Baptized Lay Network

to connect  parishes and deaneries

for a strong lay voice on matters of concern in our Archdiocese. 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

Please register your name, email address, home address, and parish (if any). 

We need your home address to place you geographically in the Archdiocese.  Thanks..

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