National Catholic Rural Life Conference

 National Catholic Rural Life Conference

  

 

The National Catholic Rural Life Conference (NCRLC) seeks a living community in which people and the natural world are given the respect deserving of their creation by a loving God. In such a society, every person is valued, the Earth is carefully stewarded, the poor are fed and community life is nourished by public and private deeds.

  

The National Catholic Rural Life Conference serves the mission of the Church by communicating a Catholic perspective and urging public action on rural life and environmental issues.

  

Since its inception in 1923, the Conference has been committed to challenging and enabling rural people to participate in the Church’s evangelizing ministry and to live the faith that does justice.

  

The National Catholic Rural Life Conference is a membership organization and depends on the commitment of its members to carry out its mission. The Conference welcomes all people who share its social justice and respect of Creation mission to join as active members