Catholic Youth Advocacy Network Day, 2011


Join Catholic high schools and colleges from around California to advocate for the marginalized and most vulnerable.  

Cathedral of The Blessed Sacrament in Sacramento, CA.  March 22, 2011.

What is Catholic Youth Advocacy Network Day?

The goal of the Catholic Youth Advocacy Network Day is to have young leaders across the state interface directly with our state legislators on issues to protect the most vulnerable throughout our state.

Students research and carefully select issues that can feasibly make an impact to improve the conditions for California.

2011 Issues:

1.  Juvenielle Life without Parole, (LWOP)

2.  Food Safety: Increasing Hunger Rates

3.  Human Trafficking: (Focus on Labor Trafficking)

4.  FY 2011 Budget:  Increasing college tuition costs

Where do I get more information?

We just established the date and location at the Cathedral of The Blessed Sacrament in Sacramento, CA.  March 22, 2011. We are setting up a Facebook page and initiating communication to Diocesan Social Justice Administrators across the state.

Please come back to receive links and more information.  Please spread the word to interested high school and college Catholic school students.  This is a wonderful event to make a positive and beneficial difference.

For more information, please contact Mrs. Linda Wanner with the California Catholic Conference:  or Michael Accorsi at Archbishop Mitty High School:

Thank you!