Catholics for Choice has a number of special projects dedicated to issues central to our mission. Please visit the websites listed below to find out about some of these initiatives. If you are interested in getting more involved with CFC or any of these projects, please email us.
Abortion in Good Faith is a campaign that seeks to lift up the voices of everyday Catholics nationwide who believe that all women deserve the right to equitable reproductive healthcare, including abortion access —no matter how much money they have, where they live or what they believe.
Faithful Providers: On the frontlines of abortion care, there exists a network of healthcare workers whose deep religious faith compels them to provide abortion care because they know it is morally and ethically necessary to fulfill both their professional oath and their spiritual calling, especially in areas where abortion provision is culturally unacceptable or illegal. Their pledge to follow their own conscience and respect women’s right to do the same is a profound testimony that neither God nor faith can be domesticated by a vocal minority of religious and political extremists.
The Coalition for Liberty & Justice is a broad alliance of faith-based, secular and other organizations that works to ensure that public policy protects the religious liberty of individuals of all faiths and no faith and to oppose public policies that impose one religious viewpoint on all.
Condoms4Life, an ongoing project of Catholics for Choice, is an unprecedented worldwide public education effort to raise public awareness about the devastating effects of the bishops' ban on condoms.
Catholics in Public Life is a nonpartisan public education initiative that helps Catholic policy makers clearly articulate prochoice positions grounded in progressive Catholicism and sound public policy. The resources available through Catholics in Public Life are designed to help Catholic policy makers effectively promote policies that ensure access to comprehensive sexual and reproductive health information and services.
An initiative supported by hundreds of organizations and thousands of people worldwide to challenge the status of the Roman Catholic church at the United Nations. The "See Change" Campaign believes that the Holy See, the government of the Roman Catholic church, should participate in the UN in the same way as the world's other religions do—as a nongovernmental organization.
The Global Interfaith and Secular Alliance: Working for Reproductive and Sexual Health and Rights (GISA) is a coalition of faith-based and secular organizations from around the world working to counter religious extremist forces that seek to curtail global progress on reproductive and sexual rights.