MCC in the News
Maine Compass: The moral case for Mainecare We can’t sit back and watch as an important part of the safety net is dismantled.
The Kennebec Journal, May 17, 2017 Whenever I find myself in a confusing situation that requires a decision, I find it helpful to fall back on simple moral truths, such as “don’t forget to say please and thank… Read More
from the Bangor Daily News, Opinion, 5/8/2017 The Maine Council of Churches strongly supports all efforts to fully fund drug and alcohol treatment programs in Maine. In the early 1930s, when people addicted to drugs and alcohol were… Read More
The Sun Journal, Tuesday, January 31 Maine Catholic Bishop Robert Deeley and other religious leaders in Maine condemned President Donald Trump’s ban on some Muslim countries, saying it goes against Christian teachings and what the country stands for…. Read More
Bangor Daily News, Jan. 30, 2017 Religious leaders in Maine on Sunday and Monday condemned President Donald Trump’s executive order banning immigration from seven Muslim nations.
The Rev. Larry Weeks of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Portland, the Rev. Jane Field, executive director of the Maine Council of Churches, and the Rev. Todd Glacy of Sacred Sound and Living focus on their hearts …
Letters to the Editor, Current Publishing –October 28, 2016 In the heat of the outrage over Gov. LePage’s unseemly voicemail to Rep. Drew Gattine, D-Westbrook, I was impressed that Westbrook held a rally, not for revenge, but for decency,… Read More
Letters to the Editor, Kennebec Journal/Morning Sentinel, October 19, 2016 click here to read the full letter.
By The Forecaster on October 17, 2016. click here to read the letter.
From Maine Things Considered, October 20, 2016, click here to listen.
The Maine Council of Churches reminds voters that effectiveness is never a litmus test for morality. From The Portland Press Herald, September, 2016, click here to read the full article.