By joining the Florida Catholic Advocacy Network (FLCAN) you can help promote laws that are consistent with Catholic teachings on respect for life, concern for the environment and social justice. Here’s what you need to know!
What is the Florida Catholic Advocacy Network?
An online community that exists to connect, educate, and mobilize Catholics on public policy issues of concern to the Catholic Church in Florida.
Why should I join?
Pope Francis reminds us, “Each son and daughter of a given country has a mission, a personal and social responsibility.” As Catholics we are called to participate in public life and to apply Gospel values to our political activities as joyful advocates for life, dignity, and the common good.
How do I join?
Just fill out a simple and secure form at this website:
You can also connect with FLCAN here or find us on Facebook (@flaccb) and follow us on Twitter (@flacathbps).
Who organizes the Florida Catholic Advocacy Network?
FLCAN is a service of the Florida Conference of Catholic Bishops, the nonpartisan, public policy voice of the Catholic Church in Florida. Their mission is to serve as liaison to state government on matters of concern to the Catholic Church.
The network provides the opportunity to collaborate with Catholics throughout Florida and across the nation to encourage lawmakers to protect all human life, defend the dignity of the most vulnerable members of our society, and promote the common good.
FLCAN allows you to speak out on behalf of the poor, the disabled, the sick or dying, the unborn, the elderly, families and children, immigrants, the imprisoned, and others in need.
By raising our voices together, we strengthen the presence of the Catholic faithful in the public square!
FLCAN subscribers receive via email:
- Action alerts on key bills at both the state and federal levels that allow for quick and easy messaging to elected officials
- Reports, summaries, and educational materials that identify legislative proposals affecting issues important to our faith
Join the Florida Catholic Advocacy Network (FLCAN).