MCC in the News
Religious leaders against off-shore drilling plans By Abigail Worthing Staff Writer Biddeford/Saco Courier 3/22/2018 SACO – A group of religious leaders from Maine have joined with others from across the country in signing a letter put forward to… Read More
from the Portland Pres Herald, What is the message our society is giving to students like Meghan Scott Curran from Falmouth, who is performing at Footlights Theatre in a play about the Holocaust? Through the voices of survivors,… Read More
from the Portland Press Herald 3.14.2018 Those reading Scott Thistle’s March 9 front-page article “Bill outlawing gay ‘therapy’ clears hurdle” might draw the mistaken conclusion that all Christians in Maine share the Christian Civic League’s view of L.D…. Read More
by WGMEThursday, February 22nd 2018 PORTLAND (WGME) – Dozens of immigration activists gathered in Congress Square Thursday. They want protections for so-called “Dreamers.” They’re hoping to send a message of encouragement to Senator Susan Collins, who was… Read More
The rally comes as the Senate prepares to vote on the bill later this week.
As lawmakers move ahead in the budget process, we pray they will vote for the vulnerable and voiceless. BY BONNY RODDEN / SPECIAL TO THE PRESS HERALD FALMOUTH — There’s an inconvenient truth when it comes to cutting taxes: You… Read More
Fowsia Musse during a recent Communities Against Hate meeting in Lewiston.
by SUSAN SHARON / MAINE PUBLIC / NOV 6, 2017
from the Portland Press Herald, August 3, 2017 Sen. Susan Collins deserves our thanks for putting people above politics. By bucking her political party and voting along with Sen. Angus King to oppose the “skinny repeal” of the… Read More
from the Maine Beacon, June 25, 2017Members of Faith in Public Life and Mainers for Accountable Leadership rallied in Portland’s Lobsterman Park on Friday to urge Senator Susan Collins to oppose the Republican health care repeal plan. “Speaking… Read More
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