Every five years, the Farm Bill – a massive piece of legislation which addresses farms, food, and foreign aid – is up for reauthorization. The amount of good this money does is almost immeasurable, and as our office has a special focus on rural life, poverty, and global solidarity, we are especially interested in what happens with this process, i.e. how much money is allocated and how it will be used.
This year, the Social Action Office of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati is partnering with the Catholic Conference of Ohio, the dioceses of Columbus and Cleveland, and Bread for the World to offer events in each of these areas of Ohio. Each of the events will be held from 7:00-9:00pm and will be offered in person and streamed online.
Cleveland’s presentation will be held at St. Monica Parish in Garfield Heights on Thursday 4/27.
Cincinnati’s presentation will be held at the Community of the Good Shepherd in Cincinnati (8815 E Kemper Road) on Thursday 5/4.
Columbus’s presentation will be held at the Martin de Porres Center in Columbus on Wednesday 5/10.
Registration to attend in person is requested, and it’s required to join virtually. If you have any questions, please let Andrew know.