WASHINGTON—The Feb. 1 Notice of Proposed Rule making from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services related to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) shows some movement by the Administration but falls short of addressing U.S. bishops' concerns...
Catholics in the Diocese of Fort Worth are urged to use the list below to contact their legislators and speak out against this unjust ruling.
Members of the Senate and Congress who represent the Fort Worth Diocese:
Contact - The White House
District 6 - Congressman Joe Barton
District 12 - Congresswoman Kay Granger
District 13 - Congressman Mac Thornberry
District 17 - Congressman Bill Flores
District 19 - Congressman Randy Neugebauer
District 24 - Congressman Kenny Marchant
District 26 - Congressman Michael Burgess
District 31 - Congressman John Carter
On Monday, May 21, 2012 Bishop Kevin W. Vann announced that the Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth filed suit in Fort Worth federal court seeking to halt unprecedented attacks by various federal agencies on religious freedom.
Little Sisters of the Poor regarding the HHS Mandate - July 18, 2012
The Church is committed to Universal Healthcare Coverage - May 24, 2012
Texas Bishops Endorse Lawsuits Defending Religious Freedom - May 22, 2012
Cardinal Dolan Applauds Church Agencies Challenging HHS Mandate - May 21, 2012
Bishops Issue Call To Action To Defend Religious Liberty - April 12, 2012
USCCB President, Cardinal Dolan, Sharply Criticizes HHS Mandate - February 13, 2012